Michael Benson’s Far Out is a space-time-bending 328-page trek through the stars; pictures range from nearby nebulae to the billion-year old galactic light of the Hubble Deep Field.
The brick hits the fan in this initially uber-happy LEGO Universe trailer, but in a good way: filled with pirates, ninjas, rockets, and robots, it’s every boy-at-heart’s dream come true.
Celebrate the David Tennant era with Doctor Who: The Complete Specials; it’s a 5-disc DVD or Blu-ray set that includes Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Waters of Mars, and End of Time.
Post-apocalyptic horror shooter Metro 2033 gets a second Underground trailer; we’re introduced to the player’s character and learn about humanity’s mutant party crashers, the Homo Novus.
The Hit Girl trailer still rocks our purple socks, but this second trailer for Kick Ass gives the other superheroes some screen time while introducing the movie’s decidedly un-super villains.
Final Fantasy XIII’s mile-high Cocoon city gets a mile-high overview in this trailer; it focuses mostly on the new combat system, which includes paradigm shift, summons, and crystal points.
Matthias Wandel’s LEGO Domino Row Builder is a true DIY: he not only made the builder using LEGO bricks and a tape deck motor, but cut the dominoes himself (he’s a woodworker).
Now available: Bayonetta gets a surprisingly tranquil launch trailer above, though like Bayonetta herself it’s really the calm in the middle of a fast-paced, foot-gun-packing storm.
Alex Roman’s The Third & The Seventh is amazing; this full-CG piece is technically a look both through the lens of a camera and aside it, but is best enjoyed abstractly. Thanks, everyone!
We’re not exactly romantic comedy types, but She’s Out Of My League is something most guys (even non-moodles) can relate to: it pairs up geeky Jay Baruchel with a smokin’ Alice Eve.
Projection art gets interactive with Night Lights; it uses twelve 20,000 lumen projectors to amplify body, hand, and phone movements into 5-story images on the Auckland Ferry Building.
Moon lands on Blu-ray 1/12/2010; the mind-bending, character-driven sci-fi film is a mix of 2001 and Solaris and stars Sam Rockwell on a solitary three-year lunar mining mission.
The SLS AMG’s retro-tastic looks may be polarizing, but get ready to see a whole lot more of it: it’s now the cover car for Gran Turismo 5 and gets its victory lap in the trailer above.
Get up close and really personal with the Vanguard class in Mass Effect 2, which features a new biotic charge ability; use it to either quickly flank enemies or flee in a hurry.
Introducing the T-minus Tree: using differential calculus, a car battery, and 32 engines wired in parallel, two DIY’ers find a way to “reuse” their Christmas tree by turning it into a rocket.
Getting uber-pwnd isn’t easy to deal with, but the PWN’D Support Group may be ideal if the only thing you’re L33T at is FAIL; warning: includes borderline pornographic teabagging.
Eirik Solheim follows up his 2008 video with One Year in 120 Seconds, this time shooting 2009 in full motion thanks to a new Canon 5D Mark II and 30 second video clips.
This features trailer for Super Street Fighter IV is indeed super: running over two minutes long, it shows off rival battles, ultra combos, and alternate costumes (Mecha Zangief FTW!).
OnStar’s Mobile app for iPhone, Storm, and Droid literally plugs you into your Chevy Volt: start or charge the car, lock/unlock the doors, or check battery levels, range, and MPG.
We could talk about how Parrot’s AR.Drone is the first quadricopter remotely controlled by iPhone via WiFi, or that it has two on-board cameras, but man–this ain’t no bird, it’s a flyin’ badass.
Even Morrigan would disapprove of the $40 for Dragon Age’s expansion, Awakenings, but admit it: the Darkspawn taint has been calling all of us; it’ll run 15 hours and is due out 3/16/10.
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