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We’re man enough to confess our man crushes, but this Guitar Hero: World Tour ad is almost too much; it’s got Tony Hawk, Michael Phelps, A-Rod and Kobe doing Risky Business in their skivvies.
Similar to Marka’s Mini-Gods, Headphonies are portable speakers with an urban vinyl twist; they’re actually made with ABS plastic and will be released in limited editions of 500-1000 in November.
Critical thinking champion and Bad Astronomy founder Phil Plait has written Death from the Skies. It’s a collection of plausible end of the world scenarios, sans the 2012 doomsday hype.
A mix of open-source goodness and flashing lights, Monome is like a mixer that interacts with you; its buttons are largely trivial, but that hasn’t stopped it from developing an active community.
While we’re still smarting over the film’s eight month delay, this new full-length 1:30 trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince has us giddy like a bunch of first-year Hogwarts students.
Villains don’t get much better than Nazi Zombies: Call of Duty: WaW players who beat the game will unlock this special co-op level, which features unlimited waves and buyable barricades.
Alpay Kasal, a god amongst men: his interactive mirror is a study in human computer interaction, but frankly we just want to draw funny mustaches and play space invaders on it.
Baconnaise’s concept just seems so wrong that we can’t help but love it: it’s mayonnaise that is flavored to taste like bacon; the spread comes from the makers of Bacon Salt.
Sanskrit epics and techno-fantasy blend awesomely in this teaser for MBX; it was conceived by acclaimed comic artist Grant Morrison under Liquid Comics (formerly Virgin Comics).
Combining two increasingly archaic devices, Caran d’Ache’s heavily detailed 1010 fountain pens are filled with watch gears and even have a clip that resembles a watch hand.
Here’s to you, Barney: although it seems to be available only in Europe, iFoods.tv’s Niall Harbison gives a glowing video review of Duff Beer above; it’s brewed in Belgium.
Coming to theaters 1/23, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans is a prequel to the first two movies; it focuses on Lucian’s revolt against head vamp Viktor. Rhona Mitra is a total babe, btw.
For the Trekkie in your life: these Star Trek Nutcrackers feature our favorite overacted captain and his pointy-eared sidekick. Keep those long Vulcan fingers to yourself, Spock.
It’s tough to go wrong with a name like Burn Zombie Burn: this brawler is coming to PSN next year and will include six levels based on horror B-movies; play alone or with friends.
As if the regular Dark Knight Blu-ray version wasn’t compelling enough, this two-disc limited edition set is available 12/9 and comes with a Bat Pod and display stand: daddy wants.
It’s been two years since the X3 series has seen an update; X3: Terran Conflict is available at Steam as a standalone expansion, and judging from the sweet trailer above it’s a winner.
We’re robo-crushin’ on DJ Sures’ modded Wall-E: he takes Disney’s cheap $40 single-motor version and gives it multiple servos and a freakin’ personality, all with only 7 hours of work.
Logitech has finally weighed in with its own wireless Guitar Hero controller, and it’s a looker: materials include a rosewood fingerboard and metal frets. Also: a Neck Slider for World Tour.
Add Big Bang Mini to your “play while drunk” list: it’s a crazed version of Galaga, with 100 levels of clowns, monkeys and superheroes that explode like a mega July 4th/New Year’s party.
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