Can’t wait for Fable 2 to come out on Tuesday? Check out this trailer, which shows off the first ten minutes of the game; frankly, we’re quite impressed with how cinematic it all feels.
More gear for your ultimate bachelor pad: the Optime Strategies Table is an updated version of the classic face-to-face arcade cabinet; you can also surf the internet and play MP3s with it.
After a long hiatus, Red Faction is back, with its third iteration taking place on a terraformed Mars. The trailer above marks the end of their beta (and of FPS views); the game will launch 1/09.
48 years in the making, The Last Drop is a run of 1,347 bottles blended from 82 whiskies, which come from many distilleries that no longer exist; they’re bottled straight from the cask.
Based off of 2001′s Space Tripper, Astro Tripper is a side-scrolling shooter that features fat power ups, a pseudo 3D environment and 1080p HD graphics. It’s coming to the PS3 “soon”.
Atari ST, Amiga and C64 gamers should fondly remember Carrier Command; a new version is finally on the way and should arrive in 2009. Scope the teaser above for some juicy visuals.
There’s nothing like a Darth Vader bowling ball rolling down your lane to force push those pins into submission; made by Vis-a-Ball, there are other notables like Yoda and Boba Fett.
Although official plans for a US release are murky, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days should please Nintendo DS fans. It focuses on Roxas between Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II.
R2D2, eat your heart out: Thingamagoops are mini synthesizers that change frequency and pitch based on ambient lighting; in short, they’ll beep and blink up a storm.
This video for Call of Duty: World at War faintly echoes Killzone 2, albeit with over-acted and corny phrases no one would ever shout over multiplayer; thank god it’s action packed.
Wooden Path reminds us of those sliding image puzzles we played with as a kid. It can be a bit frustrating, but the zen-like burbling water kept us from punching our monitor.
Much love for no-DRM devs Stardock, whose Sins of a Solar Empire will be getting its Entrenchment expansion soon. You’ll not only get new cap ships, but gigantic starbases as well.
So advanced it requires Flash 10, Hobnox’s Audiotool is essentially a virtual Roland synthesizer that allows you to create your own electronic music; it looks and sounds freakin’ awesome.
JAQK Cellars’ California wines seem more at home in a Vegas nightclub than a musty wine cellar with playful casino-themed labels; they even sell JAQK-branded playing cards.
With a bridge straight out of an Apple store and a rejuvenated cast, these stills from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek remind us this ain’t your daddy’s Enterprise; Sylar as Spock rocks our socks.
Aptly titled “Anything Goes”, this Far Cry 2 video gives a brief rundown of the various factions; it’s also filled with more explosions and shooting than you can shake a bazooka at.
This custom Wall-E by Morpheus looks pretty good in wood, which is unfortunate because it’s totally one of a kind and was a gift to PIXAR exec John Lasseter. Still, a geek can dream…
With Nintendo passing on a US version of Mother 3/Earthbound, a group of fans translated the entire RPG; after nearly two years of hard work, it’s done. Thanks, Thundercross!
Hayao Miyazaki fans are gonna love Ninokuni, Studio Ghibli’s first major foray into the gaming world with Japanese developers Level-5: think Howl’s Moving Castle meets Totoro.
They won’t be released until March 2009, but this 400% Daft Punk Be@rbrick twin pack is all kinds of awesome; they stand 28cm tall. If you can’t wait, you can get ‘em in Japan on 10/24.
Liquid City is a beautifully illustrated urban anthology of comics from artists primarily based in Southeast Asia. Stories vary from charming to post apocalyptic and can be previewed here.
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