Dante’s Inferno finally reveals its gameplay; the trailer starts off slowly, but quickly picks up the pace with demon-rending visuals that should make God of War fans giddy.
Combining two essential items for road warriors, Brando’s USB Hub and Mouse Pad is an interesting mix: you’ll get a 4-port USB 2.0 hub and a retractable mouse pad with LED backlight.
Designed by Academy Award-winning FX artists, this PredAlien concept bust isn’t for the squeamish; it merges two of sci-fi’s ugliest nasties and is individually painted and finished.
An allegory for modern life if there ever was one, this No Exit t-shirt by shows not one but three Pac-Men, doomed to roam their maze in perpetuity; note that the site is Chinese.
The third video for the ongoing Old Republic Timeline series is up; it focuses on the New Mandalore, a dangerous and enigmatic leader responsible for the blockade of the Republic.
Washed down from true black to a crisp grey with subtle creasing and crashing, this pair of Raw Seattle denims is finished with leather flaps on the back pockets and a skull hangtag.
Carriers extends the zombie virus’ incubation period enough to make it interesting: in theaters 9/4/09, the premise is the living are even more dangerous than the undead. Thanks, Mark!
School’s out, which means plenty of tourists showing off their piss-poor picture taking skills; Ivars Gravlejs’ 78 Photography Rules for Complete Idiots is both enlightening and funny.
Celebrating the myriad colors used by Adidas in its 60 year history, these Soles & Stripes Micropacers are a remix of the 1984 shoe and include a mini computer for distance and time.
This Motion Comic trailer is a highly stylized, comic book inspired depiction of Wolfenstein history; think Sin City with Nazis, a hard-assed Allied hero and a mini-gun toting Hitler.
Rob Thomas’ Cradlesong is his first solo effort since re-teaming up with Matchbox Twenty in ’07; a straightforward modern-rock album with broad appeal, it harkens to his pop music roots.
There’s nothing worse than a clogged loo at 30,000 feet, which is why the result of this Airplane Toilet Paper Experiment by Mark Malkoff isn’t too surprising; man, do those toilets suck!
Tryi Yeh’s Google-G0 concept is an experiment in phone ergonomics; the speakers and mic are positioned on the back, which also slides to reveal a customizable keypad and camera.
First-Person Shooter Disease takes a look into the world of a man with Duke Nukem’s Disease; he’s accompanied by Donkey Kong, 2D Side Scroller and Street Fighter sufferers.
Created in Zbrush and finished in Photoshop, Deni Dessatra’s Technographic t-shirt is definitely double-take material; it’s an organo-metallic mix of crows, body parts and beehives.
Much more gameplay in this latest trailer for Section 8, which is starting to look a bit like Halo but with jumping and big armored suits; still, we’ll reserve judgment until it ships 8/25.
Limited to 3,000 pieces, Suunto’s Core Extreme is a premium version of their flagship multifunction watch; it includes an altimeter, barometer, compass and chrono in a black case.
Jason Battersby’s Project Nomad is an ATV with legs; assuming it’s a workable concept, it’d be more versatile over uneven terrain than wheeled rigs, making it a true all-terrain vehicle.
Ridley Scott’s epic Gladiator finally goes Blu-ray 9/1/09; you’ll get a two-disc set with the original theatrical and extended versions in 1080p HD and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.
If New Age mysticism ever replaced medical science in the emergency room, it’d be a lot like Homoepathic A&E, a goofy skit by UK comedy show That Mitchell and Webb Look.
The details are sick on these cold cast bronze Gears of War statues of Marcus, Boomer and Don; 10″-12″ tall and up to 11 lbs, they’re limited to 100 each and an SDCC ’09 exclusive.
Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation, Press "R" for a Random Post | Keyboard Shortcuts: OnOff | Overlays: OffOn
Home | Shop | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | Disclosure | Advertise | Facebook | Twitter | Google + | Pinterest | Tumblr
Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games & Geeks: Technabob | Science Fiction: MightyMega | Cool Cars: 95Octane © 2008-2013 Awesomer Media
Visit our Friends at: Not Always Right