Designer Alex Varanese illustrations envision an alternate version of the disco era, with the assumption he could go back in time with 2010 technology and market it to a whole new audience.
The role-playing triad – the thief, the knight, and the wizard – returns for more action, platforming and puzzle-solving in Trine 2. The sequel promises an online co-op mode and gorgeous graphics.
While we’re digging the deconstructed vocal and musical stylings of this track, we’re most intrigued by the visuals, composed entirely out of vector illustrations on an old oscilloscope.
The sequel to one of the most innovative puzzlers on the PSP and PS3, Echochrome 2 uses the PlayStation Move as a flashlight that manipulates the shadows of objects to solve platform puzzles.
Russian FMX bike rider Alexey Kolesnikov undertook this incredible stunt for Red Bull, pulling off multiple jumps over an 8.5 ton Kamaz truck as it jumped its own 39-foot gap beneath the bike.
The werewolves and shapeshifters of True Blood don’t got nothing on D.O. double-G, wooing Sookie Stackhouse with his hypnotic flow: ’cause if you live in Bon Temps, you need a Bon Pimp.
Reflections’ classic urban car chase is back, and they’re going back to its roots for this one (which is a good thing). Sit back and watch as the game’s creator walks us through a little bit of gameplay.
Can you believe this will be the fourth Resident Evil flick? Us neither. This time, Alice is joined by Claire Redfield to take down the Umbrella Corporation for good. And they’re doing it in 3-D. Opens 9/10.
OMGWTFBBQ? We don’t know what got into this cat, but it needs an exorcism, and fast. We’re waiting for its head to spin around and for split pea soup to come spewing forth from its eyeballs.
The guys behind this LEGO machine are real pinball wizards. It’s built from ~8000 LEGOs, including 6 NXT robots, 9 touch sensors, 10 light sensors and 4 motors. Only the ball isn’t a LEGO part.
The Downfall meme returns, thanks to the buzzing South African trumpet known as vuvuzela, which is currently annoying the hell out of both viewers and the players at the World Cup.