Zombie Baseball combines two American pastimes: baseball and beheading the undead. Rapunzel lofts pitches from above while you slug it out below, with bonus points for decapitation.
We really dig these Space Invaders Cufflinks; they’re simple and straightforward, made with sterling silver and feature a mirror-polish base. The invaders themselves are menacing in matte.
Gene Simmons is our hero–guitar hero, that is. This Axe Guitar (Wii, PS3/PS2) works with both GH and RB and takes badassery to a whole new level; its got both a strum and whammy bar.
With Fallout 3 in stores today, bone up on your post-nucular mythology with this Retrospective trailer by GameTrailers.com; it runs 15 minutes and does have some spoilers.
No, this isn’t the latest Saw trailer; Splatterhouse is a remake of a classic 1988 Namco beat ’em up and will be available mid-2009. The gameplay has a long way to go, but we dig the cinematic.
Physics Invader may not look like much at first, but it’s actually been coded to simulate physical laws, complete with falling debris that can block your shots (and act as impromptu shields).
We’re man enough to confess our man crushes, but this Guitar Hero: World Tour ad is almost too much; it’s got Tony Hawk, Michael Phelps, A-Rod and Kobe doing Risky Business in their skivvies.
Villains don’t get much better than Nazi Zombies: Call of Duty: WaW players who beat the game will unlock this special co-op level, which features unlimited waves and buyable barricades.
It’s tough to go wrong with a name like Burn Zombie Burn: this brawler is coming to PSN next year and will include six levels based on horror B-movies; play alone or with friends.
It’s been two years since the X3 series has seen an update; X3: Terran Conflict is available at Steam as a standalone expansion, and judging from the sweet trailer above it’s a winner.
Logitech has finally weighed in with its own wireless Guitar Hero controller, and it’s a looker: materials include a rosewood fingerboard and metal frets. Also: a Neck Slider for World Tour.
Add Big Bang Mini to your “play while drunk” list: it’s a crazed version of Galaga, with 100 levels of clowns, monkeys and superheroes that explode like a mega July 4th/New Year’s party.
You’ve likely caught glimpses of those smokin’ Red Alert 3 babes, but EA has finally done us a favor and combined them onto a single wallpaper. Waging war is officially teh sex.
This latest gameplay trailer for Red Alert 3 gives a sneak peek into its many new units; Tanya apparently time travels, but there’s nothing more badass than the Empire’s Shogun Executioner.
Spoiler alert: this ten minute Dead Space video is packed with all the myriad ways you can die in the game; if you don’t feel like hurling your previous meal, take a pass.
Kings Island is basically a free online version of Diablo, down to the gothic fonts; the plot is a bit WTF (you’re supposed to battle farmers and farm girls) but it’s still nicely polished.
Metroid: Confrontation is a tech demo for AM2R, a Metroid II fan remake by DoctorM64; while the full version is still in the works, the demo is plenty playable and available for download.
Tom Clancy’s EndWar is available for nearly every platform under the sun, but we actually like the simplified DS and PSP versions most; they’re turn-based with 20 units per faction.
Midnight Club: Los Angeles is now available and with it this launch trailer, which essentially acts as a grand tour of Southern California. The only problem? Traffic is never this light in LA.
From the same team who brought us Max Payne, Alan Wake is about an insomniac horror writer who travels to a sleepy small town. Fortunately for him, things go horribly wrong.
Star Wars: The Old Republic is the MMO successor to Knights of the Old Republic, and is a partnership between BioWare/EA and LucasArts. It’s in pre-alpha with no release date specified.
With Quantum of Solace just around the corner, this teaser for Sega’s upcoming Alpha Protocol has us donning our spy gear in anticipation; it runs on Unreal Engine 3.0 and releases 3/09.
It’s been ages since we played Minesweeper on the PC; this free Flash version is a nice update, with a Wild West setting (of all places). Not revolutionary, but it’s a fun time waster.
Although it’s not scheduled for release stateside, this Dragon Quest IX trailer really wowed us with the DS’ graphic abilities; the game features co-op multiplayer and turn-based combat.
With release day (11/4) just around the corner, this will likely be one of the last Resistance 2 trailers: titled “Last Hours,” this video shows off zombies, Nathan Hale, and 27 cent gas.
Can’t wait for Fable 2 to come out on Tuesday? Check out this trailer, which shows off the first ten minutes of the game; frankly, we’re quite impressed with how cinematic it all feels.
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