Like kids with matches and gasoline, the Spore devs invite the jokesters at Robot Chicken to create their own Galactic Adventures; bananas in dresses and farting frogs, anyone?
It’s amazing what a little voice work, a sweet soundtrack and anti-aliasing can do, but this launch trailer for Terminator: Salvation has our hopes way up for the game; it’s out today.
We like this new trailer for Resonance of Fate (aka End of Eternity), but it seems to be a bit too American: the last half is filled with fast action sequences and the heavy metal-ish music.
This Trek Parody is not only a funny spoof of the new Star Trek film, but also shows off The Sims 3 movie mashup tool; it’ll let you boldly go where no machinima has gone before.
Pirate Defense is yet another tower defense game (and not much of a looker), but gets interesting once you use traps; it takes some getting used to, but is worth the Yarrs and Arghhs.
We initially thought all this ginormous custom Halo PC map of Hyrule needed to be perfect was Link, but it looks like they’ve got that covered, too at 1:06; truly epic, ARKaMAN.
We almost wet ourselves watching this fantastic gameplay trailer for Uncharted 2, set in a war-torn city; Drake’s actions are so expertly blended into the game it feels like a movie.
Spoiler alert: this Meet the Spy video is our favorite out of the other “Meet the…” videos for Team Fortress 2; we won’t ruin the ending, but watch every character closely for their tells.
While it doesn’t show us everything we want to see, this Mass Effect 2 Prelude in advance of E3 gives away just enough with an emphasis on intense combat and a darker storyline.
Gift cards are the ultimate in generic gifts, but this Gift Card Puzzle Vault ensures your friends have to earn it; the ball bearing maze must be solved in order to access the goodies inside.
Get those credit cards out 5/19, because this launch trailer should put those of you on the fence about Bionic Commando over the edge with awesome music and a swinging montage.
Capcom drops an early Xmas gift with Encyclopedia Gigantica, a must for Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite players; it’s unfinished but will fill up before the game’s June release.
This How the West Was Won video for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is how trailers should be done: it starts off with cutscenes and finishes with plenty of gunslingin’ in-game action.
Get ready to wet yourself with this 9 minute Hunting the Big Sister trailer; it’s narrated by BioShock 2’s Creative Director and talks about Little Sister adoption and long walks in the ocean.
Get a peek at Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (game) roster above with both in-game and standalone renders; we’re digging camo-jet Breakaway and the hulking Long Haul.
The Retro Mini is a slightly cheaper version of the FC Mobile II with a smaller 2.4″ screen; it’s a portable console that reads NES cartridges and sports built-in speakers and TV-out.
This action-packed multiplayer debut trailer for the Ghostbusters game shows there’s nothing like catching ghosts with a bunch of friends; just be sure you don’t cross those streams!
Check out this excellent preview video for inFAMOUS; it gives some background on your character (he’s a bike messenger) as well as the implications of good/bad moral choices.
Will/AyesDyef has a brilliant Team Fortress 2 / N64 Super Smash Bros. mashup that matches shot-for-shot the intro of the latter, albeit using the zany characters of the former.
This Forgotten Secret trailer for White Knight Chronicles starts off with butterflies and ballroom dancing; in other words, it’s ripe for all the slick sword-swinging mayhem afterwards.
At $200, you could get a real guitar in place of Logitech’s new Wireless Guitar; still, for hardcore Rock Band/Guitar Hero players, you can’t beat the $50 price drop over the previous edition.
Basically a 21st century version of Running Man, Gamer is a near future film about gamers who control death row inmates in combat; cheesy or cult classic? We’ll find out 9/4.
Forever vaporware due to 3D Realms’ closure, Duke Nukem Forever goes out with one last bang in this video; it’s unfinished work, but still pretty sweet. Note: NSFW nudity at 0:49.
Freelance artist Steven Lefcourt’s 8-Bit Fatalities desanitizes some of our favorite games and gives them a bloody dose of reality; think Animal Planet meets Mortal Kombat.
Alright, so nobody really loves traffic, but I Love Traffic gives us a peek into the harried lives of traffic lights; it starts off easy but quickly turns frenetic, making accidents a near inevitability.
Yes, that’s a question mark in our title: we really doubt this video is in-game footage for Beyond Good & Evil 2, but even if it’s pre-rendered, it puts Mirror’s Edge’s parkour to shame.
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