NetherRealm Studios talks about the X-Ray Attack, a new feature in Mortal Kombat that lets players see the bone breaking and flesh bursting damage they inflict. These are finishing moves, aren’t they?
We’re not sure what’s taken so long, but here it is. The Android Market finally gets a web store. It has a neat feature that will have iOS users green with envy: apps are automagically installed wirelessly.
These awesome LEGO minifigs are the work of Julian Fong. We can’t believe they’re not official. Fong initially made minifigs of DC superheroes, but is now working on Street Fighter minifigs.
This new website collects doodles, napkin sketches, scribbles and concept drawings from game developers. Some result in amazing games – like Cannabalt, while others never see the light of day.
Paul Giamatti and Amy Ryan star in this dramedy about an disenchanted attorney who spends his nights coaching high-school wrestling, and stumbles onto a star wrestler in the course of his business.
The unconventionally styled Agility Global Saietta is a zero emissions all-electric sports bike that will come in a 50 or 100 mile range; power to weight ratio is 675 hp/ton. Shipments begin in April.
Cadillac’s 2011 CTS-V Black Diamond edition offers 3 coats of aluminum-flaked SpectraFlair paint, 19″ wheels and Brembo brake calipers; interior features Sapele wood accents and Recaro seats.
Belgian premium cable network Prime promotes its impressive lineup of American TV shows with a truly inspiring montage of miniature dioramas, each representing a different series. Well done.
Artist Motoi Yamamoto uses salt to design intricate and deeply personal floor sculptures, which he calls his Labyrinths, to honor his sisterâ€™s memory; salt symbolizes purification and mourning in Japan.
The Brocial Network is a mock trailer that parodies The Social Network by exploring the elite world of bros, drinking, and all-out fratastic-ness (also known to some as craptastic-ness). (Thanks Colt!)
The Esper Dominoes can communicate with each other wirelessly, so that other pieces can fall even without actual physical contact. Pieces can also be programmed to fall based on their number.
Graphic design student Luca Lago Batmanized several Star Wars characters. His conversion process was pretty simple: give a character bat ears and add “bat” to its name. It’s super-effective!
Along with this trailer, system requirements have been released: 2GHz Core 2 Duo/2GHz Athlon 64 x2, 2 GB RAM, NVidia 8800GT/ATI 3850HD 512Mb RAM. Or you could just get an Xbox 360 or PS3.
It’s shaped like a tin can, but is actually made of a plastic-like material called PLA. It’s microwavable, durable and 100% biodegradable. It can even be crushed, just like real tin cans.
The people who made this squirrel maze built it in installments over a period of two weeks. When the rodent mastered the first part, the maze was extended, the nuts placed farther away, and so on.
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