Not only is Trine one of the prettiest platformers we’ve seen, it looks pretty fun too; it reminds us of a side-scrolling version of Diablo, with puzzles and physics-based objects.
80s horror flicks don’t get any more hardcore than Friday the 13th, so we’re eagerly anticipating the 2009 remake; it’s filled with pretty, stupid people just waiting to get machete’d.
Giving retro a glossy, feature-laden shine, the PlusDeck EX not only boasts a 7.1 surround sound audio card and FM radio, but will rip your legacy cassettes to your PC via USB.
Bats, skulls, spiders and a wicked deck: Skate Bat has got it all, so it’s too bad this 7″ figure is limited to only five pieces. However, a second colorway is planned for Spring 2009.
GameRadar has put together a fun little comparison between Fallout 3 and real-life D.C.; the verdict: Bethesda got things pretty darned close, albeit with some artistic license.
Although by no means a powerhouse, Canon’s 10 MP Powershot SD790 boasts excellent image quality, a vibrant 3″ screen and solid build quality; it looks pretty slick, too.
Riced out aero-kits aren’t for everyone, but NISMO’s 370Z S-Tune kit works well with its love-it or leave-it notched headlights; also upgraded: the brake pads, suspension and mufflers.
Let freedom ring with Red Faction: Guerilla’s latest trailer; the rebels use everything from giant hammers and mining equipment to mechs to hit back at their EDF oppressors.
Despite an all-seeing eye with Illuminati overtones, Anthony Aguero’s Unity t-shirt has only good intentions: the sharp graphics perfectly match its “Unity Through Art” message.
Screamers 2 isn’t exactly Oscar material, but its blend of low-budget sci-fi horror and its Philip K. Dick lineage makes us plenty happy. That, and Peter Weller, because he’s so the man.
Perfect for the landlubber in your life, 826 Valencia’s Missing Limbs poster is like an insurance policy for pirates: it shows doubloon payments for missing legs, arms and fingers.
Celebrate 2009 with Krug’s On My Own Terms luxury champagne case; it includes six bottles of their Grand Cuvee along with a personalized plaque affixed to a cellar case.
With 2 hours of video via a microSD card, a durable aluminum case, mounting system and oversized button, the VholdR wearable camcorder is ideal for recording outdoor shenanigans.
They’ll be collectible some day, so don’t pass up these free Gmail stickers from the Googleplex; you’ll get a glittery envelope icon, keyboard shortcuts and some funky unicorn thing.
Revealed earlier this fall, Apple’s In-Ear headphones are finally available; better than the stock phones that come with your iPod, they include a remote, mic and three silicone ear-tips.
If the $260k pricetag on Chevy’s C6RS Corvette gives your wallet hurtin’, Ridemakerz’ 1/14th scale models are a bit more affordable, with both remote-controlled and free-wheel chassis.
Wanted’s latest trailer reveals more of the gameplay; based on the Jolie/Freeman assassin movie, there’s a clear focus on the use of cover (think GoW) and curved bullet shots.
Roger Dubuis’ Easy Diver SED watch bares it all with a gorgeous open skeleton set in a 48mm titanium case; the hand-wound movement is tied to a 60-hour flying tourbillon at 7.
The iPhone finally gets tactile feedback with this amazing iPhone coffee table by iLounge readers; made with corrugated cardboard, the icons are actually built-in coasters.
Don’t let the name fool you — the Android Dev Phone 1 is simply a SIM- and hardware-unlocked version of T-Mobile’s G1, available to Android Market devs for a $25 setup fee + $399.
The winners of the CGTalk forums’ Star Wars steampunk contest are up, and man are they sweet: you’ll see everything from steam-powered AT-ATs to a pistol-packin’ Princess Leia.
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