This Getting Started trailer for The Saboteur shows it’s not all stealth and subterfuge; anyone who gets to race cars, blow up blimps and liberate France is having a pretty good day.
Filled with sci-fi size charts, gladiator comparisons, and tie-tying flow charts, Visual Aid’s posters are heaven for infographic lovers; they’re from the two books of the same name.
Shipping 12/15/09: Hangover gets an unrated edition, available on Blu-ray and DVD; both will include a Map of Destruction and Gag Reel, but only Blu-ray includes PiP commentary.
Decked out with a view of the Tokyo skyline, Nike’s Pikasso Windrunner provides an easy out if you prefer something more subtle: it’s reversible with a clean black tonal on the inside.
It’s official: Ukrainian-developed Metro 2033 has been picked up to THQ; it’s a Russian version of Fallout, albeit with recent technology that’s more on par with Modern Warfare 2.
Short of drinking it, Bacon Jam is the fastest pork-to-bloodstream pathway around; chunkier than Baconnaise, its onion and spice mix makes it ideal for BBQs, burgers, and bypasses.
Slightly NSFW: Watching the Legend of Link’s Distractions, it’s a wonder Link ever got anything done; then again, chasing chickens may have less to do with ADD than a lack of free will.
It’s a pity these Greedy Genius Dynos will be Europe-only for Spring 2010: we’re feelin’ the mix of canvas, full-grain leather and metallic patent leather, all dressed in a swank royal blue.
It may be called Season of the Witch, but this teaser (which shows a shaggy, medieval Nick Cage opposite Ron Perlman) screams zombie-flick: how do we know? “Cut off the head!”
Hello, social network, goodbye, social life: details are scarce, but Civilization Network is Sid Meier’s next great world building game and will be played on Facebook; it’ll launch in 2010.
It may lack the permanence of traditional graffiti, but that may not be a bad thing: Video Graffiti is part art, part tech demo as it uses rollers with LEDs that are motion-tracked by a projector.
The EV-Cub is a green version of Honda’s ridiculously popular 50cc Super Cub motorbike; along with the EV-N, it’s part of their research into short-distance commuter vehicles.
A story as full of hot air as Balloon Boy was destined to become a meme, but this UFO t-shirt by Glennz is the best Mylar mashup we’ve seen by far; Unidentified Fake-Out, indeed.
Now available: Vista is no more than a bad, forgotten party with Windows 7, which promises faster performance, better compatibility, multi-touch support and a revamped taskbar.
Rock music fans will be howling at the moon with this second trailer for The Wolfman, which swaps the haunting ambience of the first for fast cuts and even faster violence.
Available November with AT&T and T-Mo, BlackBerry’s Bold 9700 is a slimmer version of the first Bold with a 480×320 screen, trackpad, faster CPU, OS 5.0, 3.2 MP camera, 3G and Wi-Fi.
Ferrari’s 430 Scuderia goes into overdrive with Novitec Rosso’s Edizione 747; a supercharged 4.3L V8 pumps out 747 ponies (from 510 hp), hits 0-62 in 3.4s and tops out at 218 mph.
Kiel Johnson’s giant Cardboard Twin-Lens Reflex Camera looks cool enough as he builds it in the time-lapse video above, but here’s what wowed us: it actually takes pictures.
Vael Project’s Fall 2009 line harkens back to old-school shoes with hand-sewn, welted and oiled full-grain leather, albeit with modern silhouettes, EVA sockliners and American-Hide laces.
Your inner caped crusader won’t want to miss Marvel’s Create Your Own Comic: make and print up to a 22-page comic book with dozens of characters, backgrounds and layouts.
Endorsed by Lance Armstrong, the LS9.9IC Indoor Cycle may be purely stationary but features like a Kevlar drive belt, cantilevered brakes, and an air fit saddle make it almost road-ready.
Launching 11/5 in Japan for the Playstation 3, 3D Dot Game Heroes has us giddy for its 3D voxel approach to retro-style, 2D graphics; no word yet on an international release date.
Made by two car designers, Industrial North’s watches are engineer-friendly; laser cut faces reveal Fibonacci and Geodesic patterns, while cases are CNC machined and spark eroded.
Some say it’s not as strong as Season 1, but Flight of the Conchords’ second season still split our sides; I Told You I Was Freaky includes notable classics like Sugalumps and Friends.
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