And we thought we had mad dance moves. These kids bust out their best OutKast on their Wii. And while Justin and Jeremy are twins, the boy on the left seems to have a better grasp on the lyrics.
You don’t need a microwave or sandwich grill to make delicious hot sandwiches. All you need is a plain ol’ toaster and Toastabags. They’re reusable up to 50 times and are dishwasher-friendly.
Paul Octavious provides a fresh, dynamic yet familiar perspective, capturing the hypnotic swirl of vinyl records as they spin. Features records of the Beatles, Firefall, Dan Fogelberg and Burl Ives.
Comedy trio Mega64 presented this parody of the original Deus Ex to the developers of the sequel, who were no doubt blown away that these man-children were capable of recording a video.
Too lazy to call heads or tails? Making a choice doesn’t get simpler than this. Made of “old English pennies, flattened, stamped and polished by hand.” If Two-Face was British, he’d probably use this.
Feeling a bit lonely? He may only be a clone of the ball from Robert Zemeckis’ classic, but this replica is still a dependable buddy, ever smiling and ready to listen. Tom Hanks’ blood not included.
If there’s one thing that JÃ¶rg Sprave knows how to do well, it’s making over-the-top, yet deadly weapons. His latest project definitely fits the bill – a portable guillotine to deal with the undead.
Flip the lid on the stylish black metal P 6520 watch from Porsche Design, and it reveals a liquid compass for helping you find Magnetic North. As a Porsche, it’s appropriately limited to 911 units.
The no-necked Oswald C. Cobblepot and his goons take on The Dark Knight in Batman: Arkham City. We’re not sure what to make of the cockney accent though. Watch to the end for a special cameo.
The primates from Rise of the Planet of the Apes have a score to settle, and from the looks of this footage released for Comic-Con this week, they’re not going down without a major fight.
Nintendo continues to build upon the The Legend of Zelda with Skyward Sword, a prequel to Ocarina of Time. The game takes advantage of the Wii MotionPlus to provide more complex combat.
What’s not to like about corgis? Here, Penny, the stubby-legged welsh corgi tries out for the doggie rodeo with a tiny rider strapped to her back. Hang on for a wild ride on a tiny buckin’ bronco.
(NSFW: Language) Low blows are illegal in professional combat sports, even in mma. Not in the (fictional) ABB though – here it’s all nut shots, all the time. Featuring UFC star Kenny Florian.
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