We could deal without the continuous operatic wail in the background, but this trailer for Japanese action RPG Demon’s Souls is an absolute eyeful for medieval fantasy fans.
With declining marketshare, Motorola might want to consider Brad Mitchell’s MotoFocus concept; two touchscreens allow for dynamic displays that separate work from play.
Not sober (or conscious) enough to remember last night’s New Year festivities at the stroke of midnight? Check out these New Year 2009 firework videos from around the world: Vimeo, Youtube.
What 9ff’s Porsche-based GT9R lacks in style, it makes up for in raw power: limited to 20 street legal cars, it sports a twin-turbo 1,105 hp engine that’ll go 0-60 in 2.9s. Thanks, Jason!
Satirical spin-off The Colbert Report is known for its pun-laden verbal metaphor teasers; the video above is a rapid-fire collection (hat tip to Comedy Central) of the show’s 2008 intros.
Inspired by vintage biker culture, Japanese-based Calee’s leather wallets are handmade with the price to match; thickly stitched edges and brass studs give these a high end look & feel.
What better way to ring in the new year than with a bid for world domination: Battle Gear offers both offensive and defensive modes, with a vast selection of land, air and sea units.
Specially created for the 25th anniversary of Casio’s venerable G-Shock brand, these three figures (limited to 100) aren’t for sale but are on display at various Casio stores in Japan.
A step above casual, we had a hard time choosing just one of D Collection’s stylish jackets; suit-like features, versatile pockets and an excellent fit make these real head turners.
A New York City tradition since 1907, yesterday’s Times Square Ball was double-sized with 32,256 LEDs, yet was 20% more efficient than last year’s ball. It’ll also remain up all year.
Although details are light, we’re excited by the Oppo Muse G11; it’s a portable game emulator with an SNES-like d-pad, PlayStation buttons and a 3.2″ swiveling touchscreen.
NYC bike culture comes alive with this video from the New York Bike Dreams photo exhibit in Tokyo; the tricks are off the cuff, with nothing sped up or slowed down. Thanks, Brian!
Digital camo on the outside and solid inside, we like how Maharashi’s Reversible F67 jacket lets you choose between urban and preppy casual with slash pockets on both sides.
While it’s not exactly the kind of freebie we like to feature, Richard Garriott’s Tabula Rasa will be free to play until the end of February when the sci-fi MMO gets shuttered.
Too large to be a netbook with a 12.1″ screen yet running an Intel Atom CPU, Asus’ S121 appears to be an upsized Eee S101 with a larger keyboard and chintzy textures aplenty.
Easily one of the most prolific artists around, Chuck Anderson has released Wandering Off Into Space, a gorgeous 64-page book filled with his art; it’s limited to 2k pieces.
Nothing does it for us like clean design, so these Adidas BW Army Mids are a must-buy; casual yet upscale with white leather and a high tongue, these’ll make your denims pop.
What if Wall-E were real? Anthony Meadows’ Wall-E: Down to Earth (Part 1, Part 2) is a beautifully shot using a JVC GZ-HD3 with music from the soundtrack and Thomas Newman.
While we’re expecting a copyright take-down notice any day now, this Star Wars clock by YOUgNeek has us reminiscing of Death Star trench runs and days spent womp-rat hunting.
Inside Digital Foundry has some demo gameplay up for Ninja Blade; it’s visually similar to the trailer, which is a good thing, although there’s a heavy reliance on Quicktime events.
If you’re tired of memorizing numbers, Wordlocks let you secure your bike or other precious goods with the good ol’ English alphabet; up to 100k word combos are possible.
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