We still don’t know what the acronym stands for, but Star Trek: DAC at least has several new tantalizing gameplay screens for us to chew on; do we detect the faint aroma of Netrek?
Sporting the police imposter outfit from The Dark Knight, this MMSDX Joker is so-named for the creepily realistic eyes which actually roll and are detailed down to the translucent iris.
It may sound like Pokemon but Curve Studios’ Explodemon! is more like MegaMan; it’s a 2.5D action platformer which uses–you guessed it–explosions as its chief game mechanic.
It’s been in Supermandolini’s store for some time, but these Golden Track coasters are a must for any racing fans; the set of six 9x9cm coasters assembles into a toy racetrack.
Whatever your bike–road, mountain or BMX–Spoke POV lets you customize your wheel using 30 LEDs; you’ll get a kit with software for using your own bitmap images.
At some point we’ll tire of all these Dark Athena trailers, but not today: Enemies of Riddick is a nice rundown of the games chief’s baddies, with some satisfying payback at the end.
Epic space battles, maniacal villains and cherubic heroes with wild hair: Infinite Space’s trailer honors anime’s grandest traditions and is based on Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End.
A play on the much grander Hubble Telescope, ENESS’ Humble Telescope isn’t actually a scope at all: it simulates the nightsky in 3D wherever you point it, even during daytime.
TRU Vodka is very green: with one tree planted per bottle and other eco-friendly measures, two independent studies have confirmed it as the most carbon negative product ever.
We truncated Aaaaa!’s name for brevity, but beyond its crazy name we also like the concept: your goal is to fall through various waypoints, no doubt screaming all the way down.
We had hoped for a PS3 price drop from Sony, but we’re at least somewhat happy for the budget gamer crowd: the PlayStation 2 will be $30 cheaper at $100 starting April 5th.
Short, sweet and bloody, above is the cinematic intro for The Godfather II, narrated by Dominic; it’s recaps the Five Families war and picks up the story in Cuba; the game will be out 4/7.
Fans of the first Matrix, it’s time to choose: The Matrix 10th Anniversary includes the movie on Blu-ray, a 37 page book, and numerous commentaries, featurettes and trailers.
Post-apocalyptic MMORPG Fallen Earth had literally fallen off the earth for us, but this recent trailer shows they’re alive and kicking; no release date yet, but watch the other videos here.
Get your mad scientist groove on with these custom steampunk goggles; they feature a five lens system that includes a large flip down magnifier and two smaller flip downs on either side.
It’s not top-shelf machinima, but we’re still floored by Halo: All I Play-Oh; it’s a music video by Usethefork set to Jude Kelley and Dan Amrich’s Halo parody of RHCP’s Snow.
True to its name, Two Rooms is a puzzle game where you’ll need to move two entirely separated pieces to reach a common goal; you’ll need to use sliding walls, crates and buttons.
Bike locks are often portable and flimsy or solid and unwieldy, but Abus’ Bordo is an innovative foldable linkage lock made from hardened steel, giving it the strength of a U-lock.
The jury’s still out as far as Terminator: Salvation’s actual gameplay is concerned, but we’re digging the intro cinematic above; it shows the player evading numerous HK-aircraft.
The final project for U. of Derby student Jason Heredia, the Arcus Collapsible Guitar folds down to half its size; Floyd Rose locking nuts reduce the need to retune after collapsing.
The distinctions between the reasons in this Top 10 trailer are blurry at best, but that’s not the point: Prototype will be a boon for anyone who appreciates wanton acts of destruction.
While the first Ice Age 3 trailer introduced Scratte, Scrat the squirrel’s love interest, this second trailer is a proper intro to the plot at “large;” it ain’t called Dawn of the Dinos for nothing.
This debut trailer for Bad Company 2 doesn’t show gameplay, but it’s the most succinct (and badass) explanation of rock/paper/scissors and its relevance to war we’ve ever seen.
The Wii lags behind the PS3 and Xbox 360 in terms of graphics, but the video above shows what Super Smash Bros. Brawl would look like at 720p thanks to a Dolphin emulator.
This challenge room walkthrough for Arkham Asylum shows why superpowers aren’t necessary to make a game fun; be sure to pick your jaws up off the floor when you leave.
This Carlsberg Vintage No. 2 claims to be one of the most expensive beers in the world, and at over $300 a bottle we won’t argue; it’s limited to 600 bottles and brewed in Copenhagen.
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