Without seeing any gameplay, we were already excited for the next Bioshock game. Now that we get to see it in action, we’re enraptured (but not in Rapture.) Katamari pots-and-pans kill FTW!
America has Star Trek, and Japan has…lots of things actually, but Space Battleship Yamato is one of them. We think Kirk and Picard are no match to the Yamato‘s Capt. Epic White Beard.
Square Enix was kind enough to point us to the English version of the TGS Trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Watch it again to leran more about the plot, as told by gruff and manly voices.
Paul Smith’s take on the trainer shoe hybrid has a two tone gray leather and suede upper. The logo is on the tongue of the right shoe, in case you have trouble figuring out which is which.
Tateossianâ€™s contemporary watch cufflinks display the watch mechanics on the interior, offering endless gadget appeal while finessing formal attire with a fashion-forward flourish. (Thanks Ron!)
The guys do their best to create more viral video magic, with mixed results. The one shot, no edit clip must have taken a million takes, but we’re more impressed with the dogs than the song.
The Peek 9 is a strange beast, basically a smartphone without the phone. It has unlimited text messaging and email, reads attachments, and has facebook, twitter and Google Maps support.
Studio Ghibli and Level 5 might have a masterpiece here. Never in our wildest dreams did we think we’d someday have what amounts to an interactive Ghibli film. International release please!
We can either treat it as a cheap way of cashing in on an aging franchise, or we can look at it as a lightsaber bottle opener. It’s modeled after Luke’s saber, but if you’re buying, you already knew that.
Designed by Ideo for Spanish bank BBVA, the new ATM offers more privacy and is easy to use and understand. It also remembers and provides quick links to a customer’s most used transactions.
Try saying that ten times fast, then once your done with that, check out this early teaser showing off gameplay from the sequel to the classic TTT, more than 10 years after its PS2 debut.
Haunting imagery from 1945 to 1962, when the US military was detonating hundreds of nuclear bombs in the atmosphere; photographers struggled to document the destructive effects of the explosions.
Is there an age limit for playing with toys? Nope – that’s why we like these cool hot wheels remote control cars (video above), with rc control right on the case, which fits in a pocket. (Thanks Peter!)
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