Take a trip down acid-spit-covered memory lane with this Heritage Developer Diary for Aliens vs. Predator; it discusses how the new game expands on the original 1999 classic.
SNL’s MacGruber flick gets a second green-band trailer; it’s about the same length as the NSFW red-band trailer, but manages to squeeze in quite a few new mullet-tastic scenes.
The trailer is nearly as dark as the plot, but we’re fired up over Season of the Witch; the supernatural thriller starring Nic Cage and Ron Perlman hexes its way into theaters 3/19/2010.
It looks purely visual, but it’s what’s beneath the waves that counts in this Silent Hunter 5 trailer; campaigns are dynamically driven by player decisions with 160 ports and 10,500 ships.
Bullseye is just a training course and not the actual game, but it’s a bullseye in terms of proving that Interstellar Marines is more than vaporware; play it for free in your browser here.
LOST gets redone 24-style, with the events leading up to and surrounding the crash of Flight 815 occurring in order; it’s a great refresher for LOSTies, but neophytes still need an orientation.
Ion Audio’s Twin Video makes vacation movies twice as grueling: the two-way camcorder records both the subject and the person holding the camera in PiP or split-screen modes.
Because nothing beats skydiving through a puzzle while listening to classical music: Gordon Luk’s Skybox is a simple, yet addictive 3D action puzzler game for the iPhone/iPod Touch.
Financed by Absolut Vodka and due out globally 3/2010, I’m Here is a 30 minute short film by Spike Jonze about anthropomorphic robots and mice; yup, absolut-ely not ordinary.
Because a big, bad weapon requires big, slightly NSFW badasses: set to Queens of the Stone Age, this Single Player trailer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is truly bad to the bone.
European audiences watched it in 2008, but The Red Baron finally makes it over the pond to US theaters in 2010; the film dramatizes the life of WWI ace Baron Manfred von Richthofen.
It’s okay to question the chain of command, but that’s assuming you know the rules of the game: Marco Polo Submarine shows that even among superpowers, nobody wants to be It.
UK indie dev Mode 7′s Frozen Synapse boils down the tactical game to its bare (but beautiful) essentials in the trailer above; it’s of course turn-based, but lets you try out test moves.
NIER gets a second trailer that only barely teases the story, but it’s worth the somewhat cringe-inducing voiceover with more glimpses at the gameplay and a few short but epic visuals.
As relief efforts continue in Haiti, MÃ©decins Sans FrontiÃ¨res (Doctors Without Borders) shows us their inflatable hospitals; they’ve been working non-stop to set up a 9-tent, 100-bed unit.
MTV’s latest abomination is a surprisingly good fit for our favorite Italian plumbers: Jersey Shore: Super Mario Bros. is a sordid tale of family dysfunction, overalls, and blue shells.
Release date and pricing details are TBA, but these screen shots for Final Fantasy I and II are cause enough for celebration: both games are coming to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Get ready to kick some Collector ass through the Omega-4 mass relay 1/26/10: celebrate Mass Effect 2′s arrival next week with this absolutely epic launch trailer. Thanks, IceBone!
It didn’t do well in theaters, but we’re still rootin’ for Astro Boy as a robot-tastic flick; it arrives on Blu-ray/DVD 3/16/2010 with deleted scenes, featurettes, and two new animated scenes.
All news should be like NMA News: the Taiwanese network explains NBC’s Late Night Wars between Coco and Leno using CG animations, the Incredible Hulk, and fecal matter.
You’ve seen his moves even if you haven’t seen his face: Johnny Nguyen was a stunt double for Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man 2 but stars in Clash, a Vietnamese martial arts flick.
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