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The jury’s still out as far as Terminator: Salvation’s actual gameplay is concerned, but we’re digging the intro cinematic above; it shows the player evading numerous HK-aircraft.
From the crew that brought us Escape from City 17, Coke Babies is a literally a giant ad for Coca Cola with humanistic overtones (at least until someone shakes the hell out of a can).
Proof that man can make a sport of anything give enough time (and boredom), above is a video of the Austin Air Guitar Preliminaries; the actual contest begins 5/3, with finals 6/12.
The distinctions between the reasons in this Top 10 trailer are blurry at best, but that’s not the point: Prototype will be a boon for anyone who appreciates wanton acts of destruction.
While the first Ice Age 3 trailer introduced Scratte, Scrat the squirrel’s love interest, this second trailer is a proper intro to the plot at “large;” it ain’t called Dawn of the Dinos for nothing.
This debut trailer for Bad Company 2 doesn’t show gameplay, but it’s the most succinct (and badass) explanation of rock/paper/scissors and its relevance to war we’ve ever seen.
Ideal for defending against space invaders (or annoying coworkers), this Airsoft Gun rig by Jay is controlled with a WiiMote using Python code and an ioBridge 204 module.
The Wii lags behind the PS3 and Xbox 360 in terms of graphics, but the video above shows what Super Smash Bros. Brawl would look like at 720p thanks to a Dolphin emulator.
This challenge room walkthrough for Arkham Asylum shows why superpowers aren’t necessary to make a game fun; be sure to pick your jaws up off the floor when you leave.
Like Samsung’s viral Sheep LED Art ad but for auto enthusiasts, this “Let It Shine” ad uses the headlights of Honda Insights lined up in a grid to create a gigantic LED screen.
Hakodate is likely the first city to destroy itself in an effort to attract tourists: giant robots and squid battle fleets annihilate whole city blocks in the hilariously epic video above.
AKA Apocalypse Meow in the US, Cat Shit One instantly reminds us of George Orwell’s dystopic Animal Farm, with cute animals armed to the teeth. It’s a 12-episode anime series.
No, we’re not talking about a crazy ex here: Scary Girl is fantastic looking game based on Australian Nathan Jurevicius’ artwork; it’s a trippy blend of platforming, fighting, and puzzles.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2′s teaser is funky, yet awesome: it ditches visuals for cryptic soundwaves that soon morph into something much more sinister and ominous.
We thought the original Tesla video was smoking, but ArcAttack’s own rendition of the Legend of Zelda theme with twin Tesla towers ups the ante with HD video goodness.
Filled with flying ninja scrolls and more enemies than you can shake a shuriken at, this debut trailer for Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 rocks; the ginormous Buddha at the end totally pwns.
For better or worse, Twitter has hit the mainstream; Current TV’s Twouble with Twitters tackles tweeters as tactless twits, only to be totally terrorized by the Fail Whale. Thanks, Scott!
Based on an award-winning 1963 children’s book, this first trailer has us cautiously optimistic about the cinematic version of Where The Wild Things Are; it hits theaters October 16.
A retrogasmic blend of pixelated goodness, blippy soundtracks and 2D/3D perspective shifts, this latest trailer for Polytron’s Fez has us uber-excited over the gameplay possibilities.
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