Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen isn’t Oscar material, but its over-the-top special effects make it “Prime” for home theaters; it’s available 10/20/09 in a two-disc Blu-ray or DVD set.
Few games have had as many trailers as Batman: Arkham Asylum, but as the game rolls toward release (9/25), this last trailer is perhaps the most relevant: it’s a history of Arkham.
Liked by everyone except for one loopy branch manager, you’ll need to play this The Office edition of Clue to find out who killed Toby; familiar items from the show serve as game pieces.
Twice delayed, The Wolfman stars Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins; we hope the 2/10/2010 premier date sticks, as this hauntingly beautiful trailer has us howling for blood.
Azeroth is broken and reforged in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm: it features two new races (Goblins and Worgen), raises the level cap to 85, adds flying mounts and more. Thanks, SJ!
Unparalleled beauty, freedom, and excitement take on very different meanings in this GC 09 trailer for Just Cause 2; it’s dressed up like a vacation commercial gone explosively wrong.
LEGO’s Motorized AT-AT stands a foot tall and also walks while moving its head up and down; it’s got four minifigs including Luke Skywalker on a grappling line. Thanks, Thorir!
James Cameron’s Avatar debuts with a lengthy teaser; in theaters 12/18/09, the alien/sci-fi movie looks gorgeous, but may have been over-hyped. Note: watch directly here.
Due out Spring 2010, Nike’s Method line of putters is official; it consists of 5 models, all with polymer grooves that dampen vibration and put forward spin on the ball.
We can almost picture a medieval battlefield with this fantastic Chain Mail Chess Set; it’s made by artisan David Austin and consists of precisely 42,256 rings.
Available for pre-order: Metroid Metal Varia Suite is classic Metroid music played by a real band; they’ll debut live at PAX, with the official release set for 9/8/09.
Definitely worth the wait, the much-anticipated Guild Wars 2 gets one heckuva debut trailer: tipping the scales at 5-minutes, it’s a satisfying blend of cinematics and gameplay.
Buying Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is a foregone conclusion for hardcore Snake fans, but this lengthy trailer should seal the deal: it’s nearly 9 minutes of gameplay.
Filled with rockin’ music set to equally rockin’ visuals, this Brutal Warrior trailer for Brutal Legend has us totally sold on the game; bonus points for the metal spider and Ozzy cameo.
Staffed with Shaun of the Dead lookalike bartenders, Donny Dirk’s Zombie Den is a decidedly undead unfriendly bar: it’s got a chainsaw in the corner for those special outbreaks.
Dr. Nefarious is up to his old tricks in this Destiny trailer for Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time; a little robot who could, the last lombax and time travel = “destined” for success. Thanks, Calvin!
So realistic it’d fool a Vulcan, the Tricorder PMP-09 is a working audio and video player with 2.8″ TFT screen, 12 LCARS interfaces and six skins including Borg and Medical tricorders.
Sci-fi steampunk flick War of the Worlds: Goliath gets a proper trailer, and boy is it awesome: think ID4 meets anime with turreted robots, souped-up biplanes, and giant airships.
From the same team that brought us Super Stardust HD, Dead Nation is yet another zombie brawler–but we’re liking the semi-realistic graphics and visceral weaponry effects.
It’s hard to imagine Uncharted 2 getting any better, but this Fortune Favors trailer hits it out of the park with a nearly continuous stream of gorgeous visuals and actions sequences.
At a savings of $15, the Doctor Who Helmet Pack consists of three of WETA’s first 1/4 scale helmets from his worst enemies: the Sycorax, Sontaran Officer Linx and Ice Warrior.
Gung-ho American patriots are going to wince at this savagely disastrous Squad Stories trailer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, but don’t worry: the Reds get theirs in the end.
Due out 9/9/09, Abbey Road Remastered is the result of a four year effort that used new tech alongside vintage equipment; the result is the highest fidelity Beatles catalog ever.
This Omega trailer for Mass Effect 2 starts off about a mining facility, but “Grunt” steals the show: he’s a reckless Krogan with a penchant for making a mess out of everything and everyone.
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