This latest trailer for G.I. Joe isn’t too revealing–we get a glimpse of The Baroness and a snow scene–but it does show the film’s lighter side with Marlon Wayans hamming things up.
From the same team that brought us iFart and iMullet, Talkbox is a bit more socially acceptable: it converts your voice into Peter Frampton with 30 guitar, bass and funk tracks.
You won’t turn into Nathan Drake (or get a date with Lara Croft), but Sacred Myths Legendary Puzzles is a series of seven individual puzzles; each gives hints to solve the next.
While it won’t transform your DS Lite into a Cybertronian, this DS Lite Transformers Kit makes up for it with a ridiculously embellished stylus; choose from Bumblebee or Megatron.
It’s no surprise, but Japan’s getting taken over by 59-foot tall giant robots: first, the 1:1 Gundam, and now a similarly-sized Tetsujin which will be permanent installed in Kobe this October.
Andrew Bell’s Never Look Back is well-known to vector artists and has been recreated as a set of an O-No Sushi urban vinyl figures; it’ll come in a limited edition blue and standard red.
Using a variety of airplane, automobile and other industrial parts, Guy Robot is a taste of robotic heaven: each one-of-a-kind ‘bot is handcrafted and includes its own biography.
Strange casting decisions aside, we’re cautiously optimistic over this first (relatively short) trailer for M. Night Shymalan’s live-action version of The Last Airbender; thanks, Brian!
The strangest thing about this Uncle Gary trailer for Saints Row 2’s UnKut DLC isn’t really Gary Busey’s maniacal laughter; it’s that we think it’s pretty normal behavior for him.
This Ghostwire trailer is as creepy as the game’s concept; you’ll use your DSi to hunt for EVPs (electronic voice phenomena) as it blends real-life with (hopefully) simulated ghosts.
Tekken 6’s Limited Edition is a smorgasbord of goodies: you’ll get a wireless filght stick and artbook; Gamestop buyers will also get a Cardboard Tube Samurai courtesy Penny Arcade.
A hybrid of the KAWS Companion and Hajime Soroyama’s Future Mickey Mouse, the Soroyama Companion is a 13″ is fully posable with a metal finish; it’s due out 6/27 at Kawsone.com.
With comparisons to Being John Malkovich, Cold Souls is definitely not for everyone; starring Paul Giamatti as…Paul Giamatti, this trailer is part sci-fi, part neurotic introspection.
ToneMatrix is a sinewave synthesizer with a series of triggered steps; confused? Just press the buttons and you’ll get what it is: a highly addictive music/noise app. Thanks, Mike!
Inglourious Basterds gets a second trailer which is even more irreverent than the first, albeit with some tidbits on the plot: it’s essentially an amped up version of Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie.
Proof that even stodgy socialists needed to get their button mashing on: if you’re in Moscow, visit the Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines; it’s filled with 37 machines from the 70s and 80s.
With only a few days before it shows in theaters, this latest clip from Transformers 2 shows Sam turning his kitchen into a robotic version of Gremlins; the film comes out 6/24.
Wii-only shooter The Conduit launches June 23; check out this DC/Launch Trailer, which mixes energy weapons and Washington’s greatest landmarks (with predictable results).
Wearing a full-sized Marshall amp on your waist is a surefire way to break your back, but this Mini Guitar Amp is designed for portability; it runs on a 9V battery and includes a belt clip.
Yanks will have to wait for ArmA II, but this UK Launch Trailer should tide us over for now: with no scripts, preset pathways or outcomes, it could be pure genius or utter disaster.
This 1:6 Godfather Figure is an offer we can’t refuse: a Sideshow exclusive, it’s a 12″ replica of Don Vito Corleone (played by Marlon Brando) and includes his chair, cat and glasses.
Created in 2007 by students Johann Henkel and Andi Kern, the Cue VJ is a 15.4″ touchscreen tablet with a linear knob/fader; updated for 2009, we’d recommend a multi-touch UI.
Formerly distributed exclusively to casinos, these Bee Stingers playing cards are now available on premium Aristocrat stock; they sport faded white borders to prevent cheating.
You won’t need to be an origami master to fold this papercraft Ninja Gaiden, which is why it’s full of win: simply download the rar’d PDF here to build yourself an 8-bit diorama.
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