We’re agog over these latest Star Trek Online screenshots, albeit briefly. It’ll be awhile before the MMORPG finishes, so for now we’ll busy ourselves scrubbing plasma conduits.
Drinkhacker has nothing but praise for Oronoco Rum; made in Brazil, this white rum goes down smooth with a vanilla nose. The palate borders on creme brulee with cinnamon notes.
Oxeye’s Harvest is easily one of the best indie games we’ve played; essentially a gorgeous version of tower defense sans walls, it was recently submitted to the 11th Annual IGF.
Made for Disney’s Experiment 626 Tour, we’re digging everything about this Ultra Iron Stitch by Ultraman from the rivets down to the tribal patterns; it’s on display at DNM in Hong Kong.
Just in time for Half-Life’s 10th anniversary, this trailer for Black Mesa shows off both the devotion and the incredible quality of work coming out of this fan-made Half Life 2 mod.
There’s nothing quite like Denis Leary’s legendary rants, so we’re looking forward to Why We Suck: his new book explores why we’re fatter, dumber and lazier than ever. Thanks, Thomas!
Playing now at select LA and NYC theaters, Special is a dark, yet funny indie flick about a doped-up comic book fan (played by Michael Rapaport) who believes he has superpowers.
Our Japanese counterparts always seem to get the best collector’s editions, and this one for Resident Evil 5 is no different; it comes with a USB drive disguised as a T-virus vial.
We’ve had our beady eyes (and pointy ears) on this Star Trek Mark IX Tricorder for awhile; it’ll finally be available in December. In the meantime, check out the early video review above.
The Dalmore 50 is a bit misleading, as it actually contains whiskey distilled over 140 years ago; to put this into perspective, this is before even the Statue of Liberty or Eiffel Tower were built.
The Destroy All Humans series has jumped the shark for some, but we’re salivating over Path of the Furon’s improved damage realism, new aerial battles and five open worlds.
Weather tough economic times and simultaneously enjoy some good ol’ coin-op nostalgia with these Arcade Piggy Banks; they’re available in either Tetris or Breakout versions.
Perfect for desk jockeys, My Robot Calculator not only does arithmetic but sports two clamps for hands that hold pens and knick knacks; he also has a magnetic back for paperclips.
Gamers looking for Black Friday deals should visit Amazon; they’re knocking up to 50% off new games, including Far Cry 2 ($38), Fallout 3 ($30), and Call of Duty: WaW ($50).
More machinima craziness with this Wasteland Dancin’ video for Fallout 3; it uses the “Umpa” mod which basically puts everyone from Mr. Burke to the Enclave in a groovin’ mood.
After bemoaning the lack of a hidden volcanic base in Mastermind, lo and behold we stumbled across an actual LEGO Volcano Base, complete with laser cannon and lava pit of death.
We don’t understand a lick of Japanese, but that doesn’t make this trailer for Yakuza 3 any less cool: it’s a shame that the previous game flopped in the states, as this one will be Japan-only.
Futurama’s “A Tale of Two Santas” is one of our favorite episodes, so we’re itching to get our mitts on this two-fer, which includes both the bad and the ugly: Robot Santa and Santa Bender.
As if Defense Grid wasn’t enough, Savage Moon is another Tower Defense-type game. It’s coming soon to PSN with equally amazing graphics and is $10 cheaper than the former.
Fox NFL Sunday might want to rethink Cleatus’ contract; he meets The Day the Earth Stood Still’s supersized Gort with predictably explosive results in this short but satisfying trailer.
Part Wolverine and part Creature from the Black Lagoon, “Midnight Snack” Muraida is clad in a black colorway with 6 articulation points; it’s limited to 200 pieces and goes on sale 11/28 here.
Team Fortress has always been quirky, but this machinima video turns its zaniness into a virtual art form, with Lord of the Dance like death sequences and tennis with rocket launchers.
Soldner-X is coming to the PSN 12/4 for $10, and with it they’ve dropped a second trailer to entice lolly gaggers. Nothing too new here: just tons of explosions, but we ain’t complaining.
Coming to theaters 12/19 and directed by Darren Aronofsky, The Wrestler stars Mickey Rourke as a retired wrestler returning to the ring for a last bout; the trailer above absolutely rocks.
Despite its simple appearance, IncrediBots is surprisingly addictive: use three basic joints and shapes to build everything from Rube Goldberg machines and rag dolls to catapults.
Just in time for Black Friday, Nintendo is dropping two DS Lite bundles for those of you yet to join the dual-screened masses: a red New Super Mario Bros. and a blue Brain Age, both for $150.
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