Futurama’s “A Tale of Two Santas” is one of our favorite episodes, so we’re itching to get our mitts on this two-fer, which includes both the bad and the ugly: Robot Santa and Santa Bender.
As if Defense Grid wasn’t enough, Savage Moon is another Tower Defense-type game. It’s coming soon to PSN with equally amazing graphics and is $10 cheaper than the former.
Fox NFL Sunday might want to rethink Cleatus’ contract; he meets The Day the Earth Stood Still’s supersized Gort with predictably explosive results in this short but satisfying trailer.
Part Wolverine and part Creature from the Black Lagoon, “Midnight Snack” Muraida is clad in a black colorway with 6 articulation points; it’s limited to 200 pieces and goes on sale 11/28 here.
Team Fortress has always been quirky, but this machinima video turns its zaniness into a virtual art form, with Lord of the Dance like death sequences and tennis with rocket launchers.
Soldner-X is coming to the PSN 12/4 for $10, and with it they’ve dropped a second trailer to entice lolly gaggers. Nothing too new here: just tons of explosions, but we ain’t complaining.
Coming to theaters 12/19 and directed by Darren Aronofsky, The Wrestler stars Mickey Rourke as a retired wrestler returning to the ring for a last bout; the trailer above absolutely rocks.
Despite its simple appearance, IncrediBots is surprisingly addictive: use three basic joints and shapes to build everything from Rube Goldberg machines and rag dolls to catapults.
Just in time for Black Friday, Nintendo is dropping two DS Lite bundles for those of you yet to join the dual-screened masses: a red New Super Mario Bros. and a blue Brain Age, both for $150.
We rely on the Terminator series of films to get our post-apocalyptic fix, so this animated poster just makes us giddy: the transition from downtown LA to a T-101 is brilliant.
We’ve never thought of Mickey as menacing, but this Transformers x Disney mashup (available Feb. 2009) still looks pretty cool: it actually transforms between semi and robot form.
Recorded by The New York Times’ Robbie Cooper, this video shows the faces of various kids as they play video games; we’re pretty sure they’re similar to our own slack-jawed visages.
Like time travel in a bottle, 7th generation winery Sandeman is offering a Porto Century Pack which includes its ten-, twenty-, thirty- and forty-year old Ports in a wooden box.
He may be limited to a single motor, but for $30, Co-Robot does a fair amount of domo arigato, Mr. Roboto: the little guy walks, dances and even picks himself up if he falls.
Simultaneously a hottie and a novel gameplay concept, Prince of Persia’s Elika gets shown off in this new trailer; in many ways, she and the prince use each other as human slingshots.
Forget HDTV: the NFL and 3ality Digital will show next week’s Raiders vs. Chargers game live in 3D at three theaters in LA, New York and Boston. Too bad it’s not open to the public.
Gijs Gieskes’ Strobo VJ is a funky handmade animation sequencer; it uses a Game Boy camera to record animations, and then syncs them to music using LSDJ (also a GB app).
Megalomaniacs can get their game on with Mastermind: the game lets you put your nefarious plans to work with minions and a secret base; too bad it’s not hidden within a volcano.
Plasmic Bricks is a jaw-dropping collection of sculptures by Bryce McGlone, whose biomechanical creations push the limits LEGO art; his most recent piece is based on Giger’s Li II.
Tower Defense fanatics should check out this trailer for Defense Grid: The Awakening; it’s a bit pricey at $20 but if the game is as addictive as it is gorgeous, it will be worth every cent.
ListenToAMovie.com is a godsend for office workers; as the name implies, it lets you listen to complete movies for free. Many of them are fairly recent, including Transformers and Borat.
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