From the same team that brought us Super Stardust HD, Dead Nation is yet another zombie brawler–but we’re liking the semi-realistic graphics and visceral weaponry effects.
Logitech’s Unifying Receiver finally gets playmates: the Performance and Anywhere Mouse MX’s use Darkfield Laser Tracking that can work on nearly any surface including glass.
British-based Noble’s M600 is now official: it packs a twin-turbocharged 4.4L V8, carbon fiber body panels and a svelte curb weight of 2180 lbs, all good for a 0-60 of 3.0s.
Swank it is not, but this Marvel Comic Mural will elevate your geek cred to superhero status; it spans 9′ x 15′ and is plastered with comic book covers from the X-Men, Hulk and Thor.
Cowboys are sadly a dying breed, with well-dressed ones even more so: The Cowboy in the Continental Suit is a wordless, slickly shot film featuring real-life rider Rocky McDonald.
Video game consoles killed the arcade star: this 8-Bit Stickup t-shirt gets metaphorical with upstart gunmen (Nintendo, Sony, Sega, etc.) wiping out the establishment (coin-op arcades).
It’s hard to imagine Uncharted 2 getting any better, but this Fortune Favors trailer hits it out of the park with a nearly continuous stream of gorgeous visuals and actions sequences.
A big name for a big product: Sony’s BDP-CX7000ES is a giant Blu-ray changer, with a capacity of 400 Blu-ray discs, DVDs and CDs; it also supports upscaling and Dolby/DTS.
At a savings of $15, the Doctor Who Helmet Pack consists of three of WETA’s first 1/4 scale helmets from his worst enemies: the Sycorax, Sontaran Officer Linx and Ice Warrior.
Proof that the pen is mightier (and bloodier) than the sword, this Murder Ink Stick Notepad includes 300 chalk outline-shaped notes along with an appropriately blood-spattered pen.
Gung-ho American patriots are going to wince at this savagely disastrous Squad Stories trailer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, but don’t worry: the Reds get theirs in the end.
Reminisce with old fighter jock buddies in style at the Phantom Bar; it features four F-4 Mk 7 ejection seats around a table made from a C-119 transport’s original cowl.
Due out 9/9/09, Abbey Road Remastered is the result of a four year effort that used new tech alongside vintage equipment; the result is the highest fidelity Beatles catalog ever.
Hot on the tentacles of the Gorillamobile, the Gorillatorch is a 65 lumen LED flashlight on a tripod; it comes with magnetized feet and rubberized surfaces to prevent scratching.
This Omega trailer for Mass Effect 2 starts off about a mining facility, but “Grunt” steals the show: he’s a reckless Krogan with a penchant for making a mess out of everything and everyone.
Green is the word for Gravis’ Fall 2009 line, painted with an equal opportunity brush to bags, caps and kicks; it’s not a subtle green, either: think bright like a stop light. Thanks, Evan!
Flash mobs can be annoying, but nobody can turn down Hawaiian music: staged by a San Francisco hula school, the Hit and Run Hula troupe does exactly that at an Apple Store.
Available 9/1/09, Sony’s 120GB PS3 Slim uses 32% less space and 34% less power and cost $299; it’ll launch alongside firmware 3.0, minus the ability to install other OS’s. Thanks, Dwayne!
Online gamer show The Guild’s Do You Wanna Date My Avatar left us confused, but in a good way: it’s simultaneously geeky, cheesy, pithy and, most surprisingly–sexy. Buy the MP3.
Those freaky robo-squid from The Matrix still give us nightmares, but they’ll be out later this year in wicked 1:16 Sentinel figures; each sports fully articulating tentacles and mandibles.
Boxer briefs go bushido with Samurai Underwear: each design is named after famous shogun or samurai, and is breathable, moisture wicking, and itch free; fiefdom not included.
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