Buy the one 1978 animated film to rule them all with Lord of the Rings: Remastered Deluxe Edition; it includes remastered audio and video plus a 30 minute interview with director Ralph Bakshi.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 moves from the dusty streets of Panama to snowy Port Valdez; the map pits US versus Russian forces in an attempt to secure the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline.
Lost Planet 2 doesn’t just arrive digitally in May 2010 but also physically with two bad-ass PVC mecha figures via Kotobukiya; each stands 5.5″-6″ tall with over 20 points of articulation.
Based on the DC-Vertigo comic, this trailer for The Losers is a bit of A-Team mixed with Kick Ass; in theaters 4/9/2010, it tells the story of a betrayed Special Forces team out for revenge.
San Francisco gets a nose job courtesy the not-so-friendly skies in this debut trailer for Vanquish; details are scarce, but the game is helmed by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami.
Retro Thing’s Clear Classic USB Joystick is a true retro blast with Atari 2600 emulator w/80 games and MAME support; also: connect it to an arcade joystick plus 8 additional controls.
You shall not pass until 1/29/10 at 10 am PST for this Exclusive Gandalf premium format figure, which features a switch-out hatless portrait; also available is a regular, non-switchable version.
Assassin’s Creed 2’s first DLC literally takes flight with the Battle of Forli ($4); it takes us into Sequence 12 with more joy rides aboard Leonardo’s fantastically infernal flying machine.
It doesn’t take a detective to figure out how amazing Heavy Rain’s graphics are, but this To Catch A Killer trailer blows the case wide open with gorgeous real-time in-game footage.
Get one of the best movies (mob or otherwise) ever made: Goodfellas 20th Anniversary Edition is a 2-disc Blu-ray set with booklet, commentaries, featurettes, and feature-length documentary.
This Episodes IV and V trailer for Lost Planet 2 has no shortage of epic scenes; it’s filled with mechs, subs, satellite cannons, pirates, deserts, ice ages, and oversized headgear.
Sing (or stomp) a sweet tune with Apogee’s GiO; the USB guitar interface is controlled by foot and includes five effects buttons, five transport control butons, and next/previous buttons.
No More Heroes 2 goes ballistic with snakes, buffaloes, and luchadores in this launch trailer; we’d say it’s NSFW, but that assumes you can comprehend its special brand of insanity.
Get a double-dose of Akira Kurosawa’s legendary samurai-meets-spaghetti western flicks with the Yojimbo & Sanjuro two-pack; it’s an HD 1080p 2.35:1 transfer with Dolby Digital 3.0.
Due out on the Wii 3/23/2010, Red Steel 2’s Caldera Trailer sets the scene for one heckuva wild west east showdown: martial arts cowboys with swords and gatling guns? Count us in!
Available June 2010: LEGO fans will get their bricks in a bunch over this set of 16 collectible minifigs with unique parts and accessories; even worse for the wallet: they’ll be blindboxed.
Super Street Fighter IV has a peculiar animated style for its trailers, but this Juri trailer is actually animated anime-style; it’s available with the game in Japan, but no word on a US release.
In US and Canadian theaters Spring 2010, Reel Injun is directed by Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond and is both an insightful and entertaining look at the mythical Hollywood Indian.
No, you’re not seeing things: Gears of War heroes Marcus and Dom not only muscle their way into this Lost Planet 2 trailer but will be in the Xbox 360 version of the game itself.
Ah, Mass Effect 2, you manage to squeeze in one more trailer for 1/27 or 1/28, but at least it’s a badass one: bounty hunter and merc Zaeed Massani is a free, zero-day DLC.
Star Wars: The Old Republic’s Timeline Series continues after a long pause, but this sixth episode was worth the wait: a massive Sith onslaught sends the Republic reeling on all fronts.
Make your day with the Dirty Harry Collection (Blu-ray/DVD), due out 2/16/2010; it’s cheaper than the Ultimate Collection by leaving out extras, but still includes all five films.
Rico sweetens the pot with a free DLC for those who preorder Just Cause 2; it includes a Chaos parachute, Chevalier Classic car, assault rifle, Rico’s signature gun, and hovercraft.
Budda and Mark Nason team up for the MN-100, a 100 watt three-channel tube guitar amplifier head wrapped in Nason’s leather; also: the MN-412, a similarly wrapped 4×12 cabinet.
Sure, Flexy may be an uglier version of the Slinky, but it’s made from 100% recycled cardboard; even better: it not only doubles as a rolodex but as a Mortal Kombat weapon.
A follow-up to the teaser, this Shipyard trailer gives us our first continuous look at Split/Second’s gameplay; over a minute long, it feels like an amped-up version of Burnout’s crash mode.
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