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.
Available 9/22, Star Trek: TNG Movie Collection is a five-disc set with Picard and crew (Generations, First Contact, Insurrection and Nemesis) plus a fifth bonus disc; Blu-ray or DVD.
It’s as close to Monaco as we’ll ever get: Logitech’s G27 Racing Wheel is leather wrapped with dual-motor force feedback, a six-speed shifter, 16 buttons and 900 degrees of rotation.
The McQuarrie set of 13 action figures is a piece of Star Wars history; it’s based on the pre-concept character designs commissioned by George Lucas and created by Ralph McQuarrie.
The screwdriver-on-a-keyring idea isn’t new, but it’s tough to beat this pair of Screw Keys: it’s affordable, low-profile and made out of durable blackened steel that’s been heat treated.
This Food Fight t-shirt takes the cherished school cafeteria tradition and goes post apocalyptic, with army soldiers taking on a horde of cherry bombs and lemon lieutenants.
We’re still sore over the delays, but the deities at Blizzard have thrown us a two meaty bones: the first cinematic trailer with Zeratul and an old foe, and 4 minutes of SP gameplay.
Dragon Alliance’s Machine sunglasses are a motley blend of cool industrial vibes plus snowboard aesthetic with nylon shield lenses, a stippled stainless steel frame, and 3 barrel hinge.
CollegeHumor’s Tweetlejuice is so full of epic win we don’t know where to start; it does a spot on impersonation of Beetlejuice, pokes fun at social networks, and throws in the fail whale.
Microsoft’s LifeCam Cinema is the first 720p/30fps webcam and lets you shoot HD video at 1280×720; it also features auto focus, 4x digital zoom and a noise-canceling microphone.
Wookie-sized props to the Make A Wish Foundation: Star Waiters is a 30 min film (it starts 9 min in) that fulfills 6th grader Mitch Kohler’s dream to make his own Star Wars movie.
Sangean’s Radio and iPod Player features a watertight compartment for your iPod and can survive up to a 5 foot drop, making it ideal for rough and tumble worksites and environments.
PS3 and Xbox 360 owners don’t have a monopoly on turtle nostalgia: check out the features trailer above for TMNT: Smash Up, a Wii/PS2 2.5D fighter due out September 2009.
Spyker’s C8 Aileron goes topless with the Spyder (available 1H 2010), which sports a semi-automatic canvas soft-top; the Audi 4.2L 400bhp engine otherwise stays the same.
We almost lost it when Fox threatened to replace the original voice actors, but this set of sixteen 3″ Futurama Mini Figs makes up for it; as Bender would say, buy my shiny metal ass!
Based on the legendary Benrus Type I used by special forces, MKII’s MMT Blackwater is an automatic self-winding watch with shock protection, SuperLumiNova and 200m dive rating.
Coming to XBLA soon, Serious Sam HD is mostly a graphics tweak but we’re still excited over the trailer above; hordes of goofy monsters and gobs of destruction = count us in.
Take your margaritas on the road with Margaritaville’s Explorer: it features a rechargeable 18 V battery pack, pre-programmed drink settings, and a plastic 36 oz jar for durability.
Designed by movie stunt man Louis Kiss, the GRAB-IT Pack is a fanny pack minus the dork factor and also stays out of your way; it includes key, wallet and cellphone pockets.
Plastic utility tables are great, but the Strut Work Table literally lets you strut: 70″ of glass floats on angled shesham legs with stainless steel accents for a stylish, minimalist look.
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