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.
If Santa’s Rocket Sleigh wasn’t enough, this Super Sled by Ky Michaelson (known as The Rocketman) is a Radio Flyer with aluminum rails and an actual rocket strapped to the back.
You may remember Shane Acker’s post apocalyptic 9 short; above is the Tim Burton-produced trailer that adds voiceovers yet remains faithful to the original’s style.
Proof that a game doesn’t need fancy graphics to be fun, Frantic is a scrolling space shooter that looks nearly hand-drawn yet is a blast to play; the retro soundtrack also rocks.
Move over, Justice League and X-Men: these scientist action figures by Oddfellows are the real deal, with posed 2.5″ vinyl versions of Einstein, Tesla, Newton, Darwin and Curie.
Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? True Jedi Masters won’t settle for anything less than this life-sized R2-D2, complete with retaining bolt, lights and sounds. Limited to 250.
This fan-made Thundercats trailer is surprisingly good; it’s amazing what some snazzy editing (check out that virtual grey face paint on Hollywood actors) and dubbed lines can do.
Our favorite psychotic rabbits with aggression issues have a very special holiday message courtesy of Ubisoft; there’s nothing quite like having yuletide joy screamed at you.
Above: Burnout Paradise remixes “Twas the night before Christmas…” with gameplay videos of the Jansen 88 special hovering and flamin’ through the streets of Paradise City.
Few monster films are as revered as 1954′s Godzilla, and this innovative 3-D Poster (part of the Real Artwork Series) brings the venerable kaiju film to life; it measures 11.5″ tall.
Merry Christmas, Master Chief: Microsoft has dropped a grunt-astic amount of info on Halo Wars, with detailed UNSC and Covenant descriptions, artwork and in-game screenshots.
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