Nothing says “Don’t eff with the USA” like a lightsaber-swinging, pistol-packing Obama action figure; he’s also got an array of hand gestures and ties when disguised as the President.
Short of creating interdimensional rifts, this replica SDHPD/Portal gun is about as real as it gets with blue, orange and red LED lighting, a subtly weathered case and blood splatters.
Disguised as a Saleen ‘Stang, Barricade was easily one of the hottest Transformers in the ’07 movie; uber-brick guru Gyuta (who also did Wall-E) is back with an amazing LEGO version.
Own Park Place and Boardwalk in style with this ultra-lux version of Monopoly by Zontik; it’s set on a hand-bound Dauphin calf leather plinth and features silver-gilt pieces.
Most games are about shooting, so were a bit surprised at how much fun Dodge is; your goal is not only to avoid enemy fire, but to lead it right back to them for some spectacular kills.
February 17 is just around the corner, so get your Super and Ultra combos ready while checking out this StreetFighter IV Story Trailer; everyone from Blanka to M. Bison gets a word in.
Thanks to Hungary’s Gamestar Magazine, the entire intro for Killzone 2 is up; it’s a nice mix of Starship Troopers camraderie, slow-mo kill shots and whack-job Visari going ape on TV.
Coming soon to XBLA, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix is Bejeweled on a hex grid from with jewels coming from multiple directions; like PQ, you’ll get special powerups (albeit with a sci-fi twist).
We’re a bit iffy on this early trailer’s graphics, but with Jim Lee at the helm of DC Universe Online, along with 100+ heroes and villains plus Metropolis and Gotham, we’re plenty stoked.
Take Predator and Critters and throw in some Viking warriors and you’ve either got the bomb of the summer or an insanely cool sci-fi flick; either way, the Outlander trailer above rocks.
We’re still trying to count all the turrets on this monster LEGO replica of Space Battleship Yamato; this classic anime actually bested Star Wars at the Japanese box office in 1977.
Brooding boy ninja, musical girl ninja and big ninja with eating problem: yeah, all the archetypes are in place, but we’re still excited over this Mini Ninjas trailer despite the cute overload.
Loved the White Knight Chronicles trailer? this gameplay video has it all: a knight in shining armor, a damsel in distress and some four-legged biomechanical cannon thing from hell.
Some dads are content putting together bikes, but Jeff-O uses bike brake cables and a tire pump to create this Water Bottle Bazooka; he inflates half-filled bottles to 50-80 PSI and lets ’em rip.
It’s like every little boy’s dream: pilot a giant robot through a city and smash everything; Walkie Tonky is a quick and dirty freeware physics-based action game with retro-styled graphics.
Ignoring their obvious phallic properties, these Chubu Mechatrobots by Kazushi Kobayashi are from an alternate reality 1950s; they’re on display at the Tokyo Cultuart shop.
There’s nothing sophisticated about Kevin James’ brand of physical slapstick comedy, but we couldn’t help cracking up over this trailer for Paul Blart: Mall Cop; it’s showing in theaters now.
The moves in Ninja Gaiden generally defy physics, but this video with “Urban Ninja” Xin has him leaping across rooftops and doing flips; true to the ninja way, nobody seems to notice.
Terminator: Salvation isn’t even out yet, but this T-600 bust from the upcoming movie is already available for preorder; measuring 6″ x 5″ x 5″, we dig the creepy base made out of skulls.
Guns and telekinesis can only mean some crazy fight sequences, and this extended clip from Push does “push” the envelope; it could use some finesse, but it’s intriguing nevertheless.
A twist switch on the classic Space Invaders shooter, Split ‘Em Up gives you two gunpods which can be separated into their own units at will; detriment or advantage? Your call.
Considered the holy grail of guitars (Keith Richard and Eric Clapton have played it) the 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard has a 50th anniversary edition out, limited to 500 pieces.
Available 3/13, this Resident Evil 5 Collector’s Edition is packed with goodies: you’ll get a Chris Redfield figure, Kijuju necklace, BSAA patch, steel book and Tricell Messenger Bag.
Bastard vs. Bots is an awesome series of short, animated episodes pitting cowboys, skaters and even Vikings against robots; they’re promo pieces for heavy metal band Black Tide.
Available at the PSN store today, Magic Ball is kinda like Arkanoid, except with destructible 3D environments, trophies, multiplayer and VOIP support … that, and pirates. Yaarrrr.
It’s a “what if?” that nobody’s asked, but we’re happy that YouTube’s elmacbee answered it: he remakes The Dark Knight in the style of a Sunsoft 8-bit game, and it’s retro-fantastic.
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