Sure, Race To Witch Mountain may be targeted for kids and filled with cringe-tastically predictable lines, but we’ll see it for the telekinetic aliens, Matrix-like effects and The Rock.
Generic name notwithstanding, Space War Commander is a slightly more involved version of StarBaron; it’s basically an RTS with overtones of Master of Orion. Demo here.
Black Knight will never replace real chess, but a number of innovations including irregularly tiled boards, unlockable regions, hidden tiles and teleport pads keep things interesting.
Poetically titled 19 Seconds to Find God, this striking LEGO diorama by Brian Kescenovitz instantly makes us think of The Matrix with robots dismembering minifigs left and right.
Cortex Command may be a work in progress, but it’s already loads of fun: this game is all about the explosions, with showers of debris rendered with a detailed physics engine.
Michael Phelps may be milking his moment of fame, but No Limits: The Will to Succeed is an Amazon top seller and getting positive reviews from both athletes and casual readers.
Reviews are mixed over this Japanese-dubbed trailer for Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li; nobody looks like any of the game’s characters, but Kristin Kreuk as Chun-Li = hot.
While we’re sad that SG-1 is no longer with us (at least in episodic form), this 1:129 scale F-302 replica keeps our Goa’uld butt-kicking memories alive; it measures 8″ by 4.5″.
This epic battles developer diary for Battlestations: Pacific is a bit of South Pacific paradise for WWII combat buffs; it’s chock full of both cinematics and gameplay battle videos.
It’s not the first alcoholic energy drink we’ve featured, but Vicious Vodka skips the taurine and guarana and goes straight for pure caffeine; it’ll boost energy without the nerves.
Spacecraft meets papercraft with this Space Origami set, which includes 120 sheets of folding paper and a 32 page book with instructions for rockets, shuttles and astronauts.
Freshly spotted over at Empire Magazine, above are the first three official pictures from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen; we’re having a hard time taking our eyes off Megan Fox.
Putting the wow in WoW, The Craft of War: BLIND is a superbly crafted machinima by Percula with a cool storyline (Blood Elf Rogue + Onyxia) and awesome choreography. Thanks, Ash
Compiled in less than a week by 23 year-old Fredrik Larsson, this one-man Wind Waker music video (a-la Zelda) shows him playing everything from an accordion to a pan flute.
Pyro is a bit like billiards, assuming you set your cue balls on fire and tipped the table over vertically; your objective is to light torches using elastic fireballs and combustible crates.
There are few better ways to celebrate the New Year than with a bottle of Cristal Brut 2000; rated 95 by Wine & Spirits, this golden champagne has a fruity taste with a powerful finish.
Light and portable, this Hill Racer Toboggan features a self-locking, two-way folding system (either flat or as carried like a backpack); it’s made with beechwood, steel and aluminum.
Pirates and mahjong wouldn’t be our first choice, but Mahjong Treasure is pretty fun; this simple game involves matching six-sided pieces with pirates yo-hoin’g in the background.
NotCot has a review up of Rubyy; cool glow-in-the-dark bottle aside, this carbonated energy drink has a citrusy taste and is blended with B-vitamins; drink it alone or as a mixer.
Take your gaming on the road with this converted Suzuki SX4, whose dash has been modified to accommodate two Xbox 360s; the integrated controlled on the wheel is sick!
Get medieval on your coworkers with this Desktop Onager, which hurls erasers and thumbdrives 10-20 feet. It ships as a DIY kit which means ample modding opportunities.
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