For all the Peter Frampton wannabes out there, this quick and dirty mod uses a Nintendo DSI, Korg DS-10 and a bendy straw to alter your voice in a way that’s similar to a talkbox.
Minimal talking, lots of action, and superbikes is just the way we like it: this video for Tekken 6 is basically one long, gorgeous character intro. Note that it cuts out abruptly at the end.
If you can ignore the atrocious English, this Item Getter trailer is like watching a Hayao Miyazake film; it’s a DS RPG that allows users to create their own items through alchemy.
Got movie buff friends? Packed with over 1,500 examples from 15 countries over the past 60 years, Modern Movie Posters is a giant 500-page coffee table book for cinemaphiles.
Currently in closed beta, Parabellum is a free-to-play MMO/FPS; the angst-ridden trailer above gives a quick glimpse into a near-future New York besieged by terrorists.
Auditorium is an intensely atmospheric musical instrument game with puzzle elements, with the payoff being a coherent piece of music; it’s best understood by simply playing it.
Perfect for those with thrill-seeking Type T personalities, The Sharp End is an exhilarating rock climbing video with everything from free solos and high-lining to BASE jumping.
And a million fans cried out in joy: eFx Collectibles’ 23″ long X-Wing is based on the original miniature, with S-foils that open and close and Luke Skywalker in the cockpit. Thanks, Pek!
Much loved on the DS, Meteos Wars is making its way to XBLA this Wednesday; it’s basically a falling blocks game oft compared to Lumines, except it depends on speed and reflexes.
Fresh from Resident Evil 5′s viral-ish website, this video focuses on protagonist Christopher Redfield; it mixes live action actors in the beginning with zombie-laden gameplay at the end.
We first mistook this for an Iron Man statue, but it’s actually a villain from Marvel’s Thor universe called The Destroyer; true to form, it’s studded head to toe with rivets and spikes.
This World of Goo Design Tour video lets us see a game through the eyes of another developer, specifically David Rosen of Wolfire; we think it’s a must see for aspiring game designers.
Dawn of War II is one of those games that gets better every time we see it; this Blood Ravens trailer focuses on our favorite marines as they slash, snipe and slaughter for the Emperor.
Ireland isn’t much known for its vodka, but Drinkhacker is waxing positive over Boru Vodka; this quintuple distilled drink is available in both flavored and unflavored varieties.
You have to be pretty lazy to need a device to throw paper airplanes, but this Paper Plane Launcher is an ideal gift for office workers; it’ll shoot paper death at speeds of up to 30mph.
Not only is Trine one of the prettiest platformers we’ve seen, it looks pretty fun too; it reminds us of a side-scrolling version of Diablo, with puzzles and physics-based objects.
80s horror flicks don’t get any more hardcore than Friday the 13th, so we’re eagerly anticipating the 2009 remake; it’s filled with pretty, stupid people just waiting to get machete’d.
Bats, skulls, spiders and a wicked deck: Skate Bat has got it all, so it’s too bad this 7″ figure is limited to only five pieces. However, a second colorway is planned for Spring 2009.
GameRadar has put together a fun little comparison between Fallout 3 and real-life D.C.; the verdict: Bethesda got things pretty darned close, albeit with some artistic license.
Let freedom ring with Red Faction: Guerilla’s latest trailer; the rebels use everything from giant hammers and mining equipment to mechs to hit back at their EDF oppressors.
Screamers 2 isn’t exactly Oscar material, but its blend of low-budget sci-fi horror and its Philip K. Dick lineage makes us plenty happy. That, and Peter Weller, because he’s so the man.
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