Made from aged brandy in the smallest growing region in Cognac, L’Or de Jean Martell is a blend of eau-de-vie partially dating to 1830; only 120 bottles will be available in the US.
Done Terminating Yourself? Trek Yourself is a bit klunkier and only the Vulcan option is worth your time, but we still had fun giving arch nemeses Bill Gates and Steve Jobs a bowl cut.
Looking like something straight out of Supreme Commander, this Olympus Defense Mecha is pure LEGO awesomeness, from the back-mounted cannon to its fleet of mini Mechas.
Terminate Yourself gives everyone the chance to turn themselves into a cyborg killing machine; we also found it to be surprisingly useful in explaining a lot about certain celebrities.
We’re still waiting for the day games actually look like this excellent cinematic intro for Prototype by Blur; think of it as a better version of NBC’s Heroes blended with I Am Legend.
This seven minute gameplay video of Black Prophecy starts off slow, but the action really heats up around 4:30 and doesn’t let up; register for the space MMO’s upcoming beta here.
Mix equal parts Con Air and Predator and you’ve got Hunter Prey, an indie film by director Sandy Collora about bounty hunters tracking down an escaped convict on an alien world.
Styled like a Saturday morning toy commercial, this hilarious Mythic Map Pack trailer for Halo 3 shows developers do have a sense of humor. Either that, or they’re high as a kite.
The Enterprise Project is an example of promos done right: Star Trek meets urban with these 34″ movie replicas, modded to high heaven by 24 artists including comic book artist Jim Lee.
James Hasskin has taken the Korg Kaossilator, a touchpad synth, and packed it into the shell of a Guitar Hero guitar; the result is a techno-tastic axe mashup with 100 sound effects.
Hot chick comes home, makes a milkshake, spots a monster and wipes out half the apartment trying to kill it: just another day in The Secret World, an MMORPG that mixes modern with magic.
Because using machinery for its intended purpose is so passe: Jed of HackLab takes a laser cutter’s motors and belts out a stirring rendition of the Super Mario Bros. theme song.
This timeline trailer for The Old Republic has us genuinely excited over the upcoming MMO; the Jedi Temple gets leveled, the Republic concedes, and the Sith control half the galaxy.
Bruichladdich’s Octomore Whiskey is the world’s heaviest peated malt at 113ppm, making it three times more peaty than any other whiskey; all 6,000 bottles are already sold out.
While the Overlord is away, the Minions come out to play: Overlord: Minions lets you take control of five minions on the Nintendo DS as they solve puzzles, fight enemies and get minion-y.
It’s only a featherweight at 45 seconds, but this trailer for Fight Night Round 4 demos seriously cool moves including inside fighting, glancing blows and dynamic blood, sweat and tears.
While we’re digging the artsy paper collage look of And Yet It Moves, what we most like about the puzzle/platformer is the ability to rotate the world to achieve your goals. Thanks, Stefan!
Forget humanity’s survival: gear up for an assault on your wallets with this Terminator Salvation card set; it’ll include 90 base cards and random embossed foil and pop-up battle cards.
Free up some room in your wallet and rain papery death on coworkers with the Cardapult: this DIY project is made using only business cards/card stock, rubber bands and glue.
Burn Zombie Burn’s weapons trailer is predictably awesome; everyone loves chainsaws and flamethrowers, but we’re most excited by the lawnmower and (we kid you not) dance gun.
We’re leery of movie tie-ins, but Star Trek: Countdown helps to establish continuity with the last Trek movie (Nemesis); all four comics are combined in this trade paperback edition.
On display at Gallery1988 in Los Angeles, these acrylic paintings by Misha bring together two of geekdom’s most revered franchises: Super Mario Brothers and Star Wars.
It’s not quite Street Fighter IV, but Death Vegas is a sweet flash-based fighting game with comic-book style visuals; play head to head on the same keyboard or with a joystick.
Blade & Soul is an upcoming Korean MMORPG that looks and plays like a manga come to life with acrobatics, bloody fight sequences and ridiculously well-endowed ladies.
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