If you liked Zombie Fluxx, you’ll love Last Night on Earth; it’s a board game with beautiful photos and artwork, a modular board, eight heroes and even a CD soundtrack; thanks, Matt!
As important to 90s adventure games as StarCraft was to the RTS genre, Steve Purcell’s iconic Sam and Max duo are getting a slick, 1000pc limited edition polystone statue.
Don’t let the zen-like music or lack of pieces fool you; Perfect Balance is in many ways harder than 99 Bricks as you try to keep pieces from toppling despite control over the drop point.
Starring a familiar (if not nameable) cast, Alien Trespass is an homage to sci-fi B-movies with flying saucers, rayguns and one-eyed aliens; it’ll see a limited release April 3.
Holy Taco’s Honest Movie Posters cut through the marketing B.S. and truthfully retitle several famous flicks; ironically, we’d be more likely to watch these movies with Taco’s new titles.
If your desk is more work hazard than workspace, this USB Construction Site with daisy chain-able pieces will save innocent coworkers from being absorbed into your clutter.
Cedric Ragot’s Spykee VOX robot will be in production soon; this dangerous looking ‘bot responds to voice commands, can be controlled via the internet and features an iPod dock.
Three years have passed since our favorite plumbers went on their last adventure, but Mario & Luigi RPG 3 will arrive in Japan on 2/11; there’s still no word on a US release date.
We’re still saving our opinions for the upcoming movie, but these Watchmen Kubricks (available 6/09) are pretty awesome, film or no film; the Comedian and Rorschach are our faves.
The countdown clock on the Final Fantasy XIII homepage is no more; in its place, a snazzy, fast-paced trailer with predictably gorgeous graphics and English subtitles for the gaijin.
First a fantasy football board game, then a 1995 MS-DOS port, Blood Bowl is coming to multiple platforms Q2; this Goblins vs. Orcs trailer actually shows off only two out of eight races.
It takes a little while to get going, but this latest Matt Hazard gameplay trailer had us in stitches by poking fun at Japanese RPGs; we never understood those damned ellipses either.
The Great Office War is only a distant memory, but this RC USB Tank Missile Launcher promises to renew the cubicle arms race; control up to 4 tanks via your PC with a 12 foot range.
Hurricane Custom Billiards’ Predator pool table is a thing of beauty; it exudes cool industrial vibes with powder coated steel, maple veneers, glass rails and stainless steel cables.
Fallout 3′s Operation: Anchorage is finally out for the Xbox 360 and PC; with cloaking units, epic historical battles and new technology, this add-on is what DLCs are all about.
Crank: High Voltage is the sequel to the original 2006 film; Jason Statham still stars as a hitman, this time with an artificial heart that he needs to periodically jump start to stay alive. Thanks, J!
Talk about a two-fer: not only does Boba Fett strike a bad-ass pose in this animated-style statue, but he’s backed with a freshly-frozen Han set in a Carbonite slab; it’ll be available 9/09.
Unlike yesterday’s Aliens Must Die, Space Pips is quite a bit more fun and frenetic, with responsive controls, plenty of upgrades and debris that sounds a bit like wind chimes.
If you’ve yet to score a copy of Burnout Paradise, Ultimate Box is a quick and dirty way to get caught up; it includes the Cagney update as well as the Bike, Big Surf Island and Party Packs.
Zombie Fluxx is a card game with dynamic rules where the living are as much an obstacle as the undead; cards like “Zombie Jamboree” and “Brain Sandwich” make this a keeper.
The trailer above for Star Ocean: The Last Hope is a bit like Final Fantasy meets Mass Effect; word is it’ll be more team-focused with a 4-party system when it drops 2/24 in North America.
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