No word if these are legit, but Arkham Asylum on the PC looked stunning, so why can’t the sequel look this good? Plus Catwoman’s here, so these have to be real. Please let these be real.
Can you imagine going through an entire rollercoaster ride without any expression? That’s exactly what this guy managed to do. We did see him blink a couple of times, though.
The gorgeous new Xbox Live Arcade game features some of the most incredible water effects ever in a game – and the best part is that it’s a major gameplay element. The fire ain’t half bad either.
But for the fact that those are real bamboo sticks being eaten, we’d swear this video is just a bunch of guys in panda suits. Love the dude on the left consuming mass quantities laying on his back.
So you’ve finally located all 500 of those damned agility orbs, so what’s next? Ruffian is taking wraps off this downloadable pack today which turns Crackdown 2 into a giant physics sandbox.
Apple’s colorful new take on the nano changes things up with a tiny 1.48″ x 1.61″ x 0.35″ anodized aluminum case and a multi-touch interface for controlling your tunes.
Mauro Canfori’s TEEbooks wall shelves provide support while keeping out of sight. They simply vanish once items are placed onto them, and the modular design make them easy to customize.
This wireless controller features concave analog sticks and a d-pad that can shift between the “disc” format and the more accurate “plus” format. The color-coded buttons will be missed though.
The Funny Or Die team prove that bowling can be fun to watch. The tricks are lame at first, but quickly become hilariously ridiculous. We are now fans of outdoor bowling. And bowling victory poses.
A family in Honshu, Japan live under a set of stairs, but not in the way you think. The stairs in this case also doubles as the roof of the house. The playful design also happens to provide good insulation.
Think plush toys are too sappy puke puke cute? We believe you’ll reevaluate that conclusion after checking out these bloody and subversive ones handcrafted by Berlin-based artist Patricia Waller.
If you struggle to keep your email box tidy, Google’s new tech might help. Gmail Priority Inbox uses fancy algorithms to automagically put your most important messages at the top of the list.
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