A super-sized version of the Alcohol Shot Gun, the Beer Blaster loads entire beer cans and fires a stream up to 10 feet; be sure to check out the beer ammo belts and quickfire holsters.
Star Wars fans, welcome “home”: Home One is a 7 foot long LEGO reproduction of the Mon Calamari flagship; it’s built from 35,000 pieces and a chain of internal LED lights.
We’re really looking forward to the coming of age plot of Overlord II, as revealed in the trailer above; also: a tyranny system which lets you choose between destruction and domination.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs may be a family film, but it appeals to our geek hearts with a clutzy inventor/hero who solves world hunger–albeit with a few not-so-tiny issues.
This 1:6 scale mini-Space Invaders Piggy Bank is a multifunctionalist’s dream: it not only stores your 100 yen coins, but actually lets you play Space Invaders on its LCD screen.
Frontline Defense doesn’t innovate the tower defense genre, but we still wasted a good hour on it; it has a near-future feel to it, mixing infantry and machine gunners with Tesla towers.
The SRV-1 Blackfin is a fully assembled surveillance robot that you can control via the web using a Java-based console; it’s customizable with open source code and schematics.
It’s unclear whether “What’s In The Box” is a fan-made film or a viral video for Half Life 2: Ep. 3, but it’s absolutely awesome; we’re not sure how long it’ll stay up, so watch it now!
A Bejeweled-like game that lets you easily layoff folks and use bank bailouts, Layoff seems tasteless at first. However, each victim has a story, making it poignant social commentary.
Emergency and Survivor’s Club teach you how to survive, but Forbidden Knowledge takes the opposite tack: it teaches you how to start riots, make crop circles and brew moonshine.
Nominated for both an Oscar and BAFTA award, Jasper Morello is an amazing 30-minute steampunk short film from 2005 that is now watchable in its entirety on YouTube.
Our eyes are watering, but in a good way: this debut trailer for as-yet unnamed Game #3 is epic both in terms of action and music; it’s by the same folks who did Castle Crashers.
Essentially a glorified iPod Dock with 2.1 audio, Spalding’s iHoop features a suspension cradle to protect your iPod; it also comes with a 1/8″ mini plug for other mp3 players.
This trailer for Alpha Protocol finally gives us gameplay to chew on; the RPG focuses on a CIA agent who is betrayed by his superiors and forced to uncover a conspiracy.
Replica starts off a simple mimicry game, but just wait until they introduce 180 and 90 degree transformations; dust off those spatial orientation skills, because you’ll need ‘em.
Turn 24′s Jack Bauer into a chick, put him/her into a Splinter Cell-ish stealth game and you’ve got the gist of Velvet Assassin; you play a spy sent to infiltrate German lines in WWII.
Whereas Emergency gives survival tips, The Survivors Club delves into the psychological profiles of actual survivors; you’ll also be able to get your own Survivor Profile and Survivor IQ.
This Invisible Predator trailer for Arkham Asylum shows off what we like best about Batman: namely, his use of stealth (dropping in from above: sick) and abundance of gadgets.
As much as we like the T-600 endoskeletons, we actually prefer this 1:6 scale John Connor figure; the details are smokin’, from the tactical body harness to the M4A1 with sight.
We frankly want these PSP Sours simply for the PSP-shaped cool metal tin; they’ll come in blue screen (raspberry) or red screen (cherry) and can be preordered by the dozen for $32.
Call of Duty: World at War’s Nazi Zombies mode gets a proper trailer above; it’s an all-you-can-eat zombie buffet, filled with swarms of crawling undead, cola powerups and electric gates.
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