While this preview for the upcoming PlayStation Move control system is in Japanese, you don’t need a translator to get how the system will work, plus a nice sneak peek of some Move games, too.
A couple of commercials advertising a cream that cools and relieves itchy groins. We don’t know what’s funnier – the commercials, or the fact that this Delicare-M cream actually exists.
The sequel to last year’s hit PS3 game is already looking good, even though it won’t be released until December 2011. Cole MacGrath returns with a new look, new voice, and new weapons and powers.
(NSFW) On his way to save Princess Peach for the billionth time, Mario just can’t take it anymore and vents his frustration in a string of profanity. To be fair, it’s not as if she can fight Bowser, can she?
Tattoos can be a wonderful way of self-expression, or they can be a shameful reflection of the person wearing it. So if you’re going to get one, at least make sure your tattoo artist can spell.
A parodying subculture has developed in Amazon’s user reviews section, in part because some items are just begging to be ridiculed, from the legendary Three Wolf Moon shirt to the can of Uranium Ore.
If you love using notepads to draft your poems, sketch your designs or just plain doodle, you’ll probably love Marc Thomasset’s concept, a notebook with unconventional and playful lines.
The newest trailer for Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage shows us a little bit of good vs. evil gameplay and some butt-kicking martial arts moves. Coming in the Fall of 2010 for PS3 and Xbox 360.
This clever ad for HP Photosmart printers was shot by printing out each frame of its animation in real time. We’re amazed they didn’t jam or run out of ink. Nothing like a little movie magic.
Lionhead Studios recently gave a peek into the combat and in-game graphics of upcoming RPG Fable III. Melee weapons, guns and magic are still at the hero’s disposal, along with counter-attacks.
Stubbs is a good boy. He knows all sorts of commands, like “sit”, “fetch”, “smell other dog’s butts”, or “be uncooperative”. We’re wondering how he was trained, and who trained him.
The Camden 50th anniversary package not only involves cosmetic upgrades; it also makes the Mini speak. The engine, climate and coach each have their own voices and can even talk to each other.
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