It’s hard to imagine Uncharted 2 getting any better, but this Fortune Favors trailer hits it out of the park with a nearly continuous stream of gorgeous visuals and actions sequences.
A big name for a big product: Sony’s BDP-CX7000ES is a giant Blu-ray changer, with a capacity of 400 Blu-ray discs, DVDs and CDs; it also supports upscaling and Dolby/DTS.
At a savings of $15, the Doctor Who Helmet Pack consists of three of WETA’s first 1/4 scale helmets from his worst enemies: the Sycorax, Sontaran Officer Linx and Ice Warrior.
Proof that the pen is mightier (and bloodier) than the sword, this Murder Ink Stick Notepad includes 300 chalk outline-shaped notes along with an appropriately blood-spattered pen.
Gung-ho American patriots are going to wince at this savagely disastrous Squad Stories trailer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, but don’t worry: the Reds get theirs in the end.
Reminisce with old fighter jock buddies in style at the Phantom Bar; it features four F-4 Mk 7 ejection seats around a table made from a C-119 transport’s original cowl.
Due out 9/9/09, Abbey Road Remastered is the result of a four year effort that used new tech alongside vintage equipment; the result is the highest fidelity Beatles catalog ever.
Hot on the tentacles of the Gorillamobile, the Gorillatorch is a 65 lumen LED flashlight on a tripod; it comes with magnetized feet and rubberized surfaces to prevent scratching.
This Omega trailer for Mass Effect 2 starts off about a mining facility, but “Grunt” steals the show: he’s a reckless Krogan with a penchant for making a mess out of everything and everyone.
Green is the word for Gravis’ Fall 2009 line, painted with an equal opportunity brush to bags, caps and kicks; it’s not a subtle green, either: think bright like a stop light. Thanks, Evan!
Flash mobs can be annoying, but nobody can turn down Hawaiian music: staged by a San Francisco hula school, the Hit and Run Hula troupe does exactly that at an Apple Store.
Available 9/1/09, Sony’s 120GB PS3 Slim uses 32% less space and 34% less power and cost $299; it’ll launch alongside firmware 3.0, minus the ability to install other OS’s. Thanks, Dwayne!
Online gamer show The Guild’s Do You Wanna Date My Avatar left us confused, but in a good way: it’s simultaneously geeky, cheesy, pithy and, most surprisingly–sexy. Buy the MP3.
Those freaky robo-squid from The Matrix still give us nightmares, but they’ll be out later this year in wicked 1:16 Sentinel figures; each sports fully articulating tentacles and mandibles.
Boxer briefs go bushido with Samurai Underwear: each design is named after famous shogun or samurai, and is breathable, moisture wicking, and itch free; fiefdom not included.
Straight from the Paris, Peugeot’s RCZ coupe is official: the 2+2 sports car has a bit of Audi TT in her, but packs up to 1.6L turbo high-pressure engine good for 200 bhp/255 Nm of torque.
Learn how to build your own Dry Ice Cannon above, which can send objects up to 80 m with 22 bar of pressure by mixing dry ice and water; red beret not necessary for max range.
You won’t be mistaken for a boozehound with this leather cocktail bag; it’s packs a stainless steel cocktail shaker, four 10 oz. glasses and three zippered pockets for other goodies.
It’s not very pretty, but armchair space admirals would be remiss to not to try AI War: Fleet Command; it’s a 2D space RTS with up to 30k ships at once and 1-8 players. Demo here.
So hot we had to bleep them, The Hottest F***ing Nuts will put “No pain, No gain” to the test at any sports party: it’s packed with salted peanuts, habanero chiles and jalapenos.
Games aren’t made in cubicles but factories: French magazine Amusement’s Made of Myth feature posits a world filled with forges for Sonic’s rings and discarded Tetris bricks.
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