Playing Zompocalypse isn’t braaaiiinn surgery; this simple side scrolling shooter has you fending often overwhelming hordes of zombies; it even supports Xbox 360 wireless controllers.
Luxury carpeting, boardroom seating and a PS3: believe it or not, we’re desribing the Knight XV, a fully armored, badass man-tastic SUV with 40″ tires and a bio-fuel powered 6.8L V10.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Fujitsu laptops, the Lifebook 1630 tablet PC sports a 8.9″ touchscreen; despite its netbook size and 2.2 lb weight, it runs on Centrino 2 with a Core 2 Duo CPU.
Oh double entendres, how we love thee: The Midnight Flasher won’t score any political correctness points, because he’s got an EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM lens and he ain’t afraid to use it.
Repo! The Genetic Opera has all the makings of a cult classic: it’s a rock opera-musical with human organ repo-men, 64 songs and Paris Hilton; it hits select US theaters November 7.
22 inch shoes, airport strut arms and a man-eating grille up front: this Cadillac VRS Sport Rod has a big DO WANT stamped on it. It’s powered by a 6.0L 400hp engine in a fiberglass body.
Dynasty Warrior’s frenetic hack and slash gameplay comes to life with these sweet chibi-style urban vinyl figures; due to release in late Feb. 2009, you can preorder a box of 12 of them now.
Hot in black and limited to 1,000 pieces, Audemars Piguets’ Royal Oak Offshore Survivor watch has us lusting over its ultra-light titanium and ceramic case and luminescent hour markers.
We’re usually looking at the front of monitors, but iZ3D is releasing a series of custom-painted 22″ LCD monitors which range from industrial to hot rod; it’ll take 3-4 weeks to paint.
Your girl is probably not gonna talk to you for a few days, but this kitschy Alien Abduction Lamp Concept is geek decor at its finest; you can even choose from bovine and human abductees.
25 years after the original Run-D.M.C., the Reverend shows he’s still got it; this time, he’s beatboxing to Beethoven with his two sons on Wii Music: “Follow the note and rock it out!”
A chimera of sorts, Fujitsu’s 1.32 lb Lifebook U820 has a netbook-like Atom Z530 CPU yet a swiveling, tablet-like 5.6″ touchscreen. Also bundled: 1GB RAM, GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Ernesto Carrillo has taken LEGO’s Technics to the next level with real-life and fictional supercars, modeling everything from the frame down to the suspension and engine block.
A perfect match for the Dog Tags we featured earlier, this Invaders t-shirt by gamer-friendly apparel brand J!NX brings back old-school arcade days; note: it’s selling fast, so order soon.
Forget those cheapy video game steering wheels: Trackstar 6000 is high-end racing gear for hardcore gamers, with cast aluminum pedals and friction-free, fluid damped steering.
99 Bricks looks like Tetris, but strips away the walls and adds basic physical laws to turn it into a teetering version of Jenga. As one commenter notes, it’s addictive but frustrating.
Deuce’s Magna Game Sets give backgammon, chess, checkers and dominos a modern makeover, witih features such as stained and varnished wood, magnetic dice and silvered elements.
After a leaked version was pulled this summer, the official Monsters vs. Aliens trailer is back and with a few extra scenes featuring the chief villian Gallaxhar; the movie hits theaters 3/27/09.
The styling isn’t as manly as we’d like, but Sperian’s Anti-Mine Boots will kick any other boot’s ass: they’re made with a Kevlar outsole whose special “V” shape deflects the force of an explosion.
Made for the Discovery Channel, this video is a funky time-lapse animation of eight artists expressing the fate of the world on a circular wall in Cape Town, South Africa in July 2008.
Przemyslaw Kucinski’s artwork can best be described as organo-metallic, with pieces that are both sci-fi and sensual; he hasn’t updated since 2006, but there’s still over 5 years of work.
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