The limited edition Madden 11 Air Trainer 1.2 is wrapped in brown pebbled leather, has a football play inscribed at the back, and has Drew Brees’ pre-game chant sublimated on the sock liner.
Samsung’s BD-C8000 Blu-ray player offers a 10.3″ LCD screen and even supports 3D playback – on 3D televisions, but not on the built-in screen. Still, it’s worth a look if you want Blu-ray on the go.
This 4-way mashup seamlessly combines the music of Tom Jones, Rick James, Prince and MC Hammer. We’re not sure whether to dance or close the browser. Where’s Rick Astley when you need him?
Much of what we’ve seen of HTML5 has been about its native video playback, but it might someday challenge Flash, as is evidenced by these early games built using the fledgling standard.
We’re not sure that this miniscule amplifier will really put out much power, but it’s still nifty to have a tiny little Marshall stack along with your car keys, no? Grab a bunch and look extra cool.
What better way to end the week, but with a little Survivor? This isn’t just any 1980s hair band. This geeked-out 21st century update is performed entirely on iPads, courtesy of Jordan Hollender.
Wouldn’t it be nice to live in a neighborhood where an awesome X-Wing fighter mailbox like this one wouldn’t be vandalized or flat out stolen by punks? For us urban dwellers, we’ll admire it from afar.
How could you possibly improve upon such a classic scene from a classic movie? Replace half of the actors with cats. On second thought, maybe it’s not an improvement, but it’s definitely weird.
We’re not sure if the kids in this PokÃ©mon music video are serious or if they were trying to be funny. Either way, their video alternates between hilarious and disturbing.
The third Bioshock takes place years before the events of Rapture, in the floating city of Colombia, held aloft by giant balloons. The wide open spaces belie the cramped confines of the earlier games.
This fool thought it would be awesome to dance in the middle of the road. You know what’s going to happen next. The Inception soundtrack heightens the suspense, and the laughs.
The hype machine is in full force in the developer’s diary for Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood. Aside from ridiculous gimmicks and marketing speak, the clip focuses on the story and history of the game.
This is how they do it in the (Middle) East. This is the Black Spider, although if you ask us it looks more like a beetle, but that’s not the point. The point is, this is what “spare tires” mean to sheikhs.
Whether you think it’s sacrilege or not to create an Americanized version of the BBC’s popular Top Gear, the History Channel is going through with it anyway. We’ll reserve judgment for now…
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