The classic snowboarding game gets a fresh coat of paint, taking a decidedly more serious approach than its cartoony parents. As long as the gameplay is as solid as the earlier games, we’re good.
The Cat Diaries presents a peek into the world of cats; 9 dynamic kittehs armed with collar cameras show what they’re doing when we’re not looking. Go on, check it out; ignore what curiosity did.
Chef Steve demonstrates how to make a new junk food delicacy – buffalo fried gnocchi. If you want to make some, just be prepared for super-heated potato projectiles whizzing around your kitchen.
A look at the career mode in Fight Night Champion. Like THQ’s UFC game, you’ll need to manage your time between training and promoting, and spend points towards a variety of skills and attributes.
If superheroes were real, there’s no doubt that their cities will leverage them for tourism. These comic posters do just that, but in an understated manner. Gotham’s Tourism Board sure is creepy.
Made of stainless steel and mirrored glass, with genuine skate trucks to complete the look. Also comes with a set of skate stickers. A quirky holiday gift for skaters. Just make sure they don’t ride it.
Commander Shepard’s latest mission is simple: defend Earth. Our planet is on the verge of being decimated by a massive alien force, unless Shepard can summon and bring help in time.
Qian Yiran “Eye of the Storm” digital watch has a gaping hole where it’s face should be, instead showing the time by marking the spots where the minute and hour hands would be around the edges.
Andrew Zuckerman shot 175 animals – ranging from parrots to bears – all foregrounded in nothing but white backgrounds, urging the viewer to pore over the details of each portrait.
The oenophile in your life will appreciate The Durand, a handsome and simple wine bottle opener that removes old and fragile corks whole and undamaged every time. (Thanks Lucas!)
A while back, a leaked Comic-Con trailer made the rounds, but we finally have Marvel’s official trailer for the hotly-anticipated action flick starring Chris Hemsworth and his mighty hammer.
The Chameleon X-1 has a dirty little secret. On top, it just looks like an ordinary, but stylish optical mouse. But flip it onto its back, and it conceals a full wireless gamepad with 14-buttons.
As the Space Shuttle program comes to an end, a team from NASA created Ascent using footage captured by cameras that monitor shuttles as they take off, at up to 60,000 frames per second.
Stateside Ricky Gervais and Karl Pilkington fans, rejoice: An Idiot Abroad, the show sending travel-averse Pilkington around the globe, is coming to Discoveryâ€™s Science Channel in January next year.
An skeptical American priest travels to Italy to study at an exorcism school and gets just a little bit more than he bargained for in Mikael HÃ¥fstrÃ¶m’s The Rite, starring Anthony Hopkins. Coming 1/11.
TRON: Legacy will be released next week, but if you canâ€™t wait, try out The Legacy of the River suite at the Ice Hotel in Sweden; chances are youâ€™ll be rocking out to Daft Punk while youâ€™re there.
We couldn’t make this stuff up. This 1600-pound bison actually rides shotgun in the car, but when he heads off to the bar he does drink beer. It was on CNN, so it must be true. (Thanks, Dan!)
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