In a world dominated by robot movies, there was Transforminators: this clever parody by IGN mixes Transformers and Terminator, with a brilliant (but fake) Christian Bale voiceover.
Heavy Weapons may look simple but is actually a thinker’s shoot ’em up, with different enemies requiring different weapons; slick graphics and gameplay makes this highly addictive.
It’s not the most exciting trailer, but this video details the various demonic Fallen One creatures you’ll encounter in Diablo 3; you’ll see both concept artwork and character models.
You won’t be rolling up people, cars and cities, but this shiny Katamari Controller by Kellbot is pretty sweet nonetheless; it uses hacked PS2 controllers, Arduino, and an optical mouse.
With clips from LOTR, Firefly, and Star Trek, this fan-made Green Lantern trailer is not only a geek’s fantasy come true but a plea to Hollywood: for the love of God, please make this movie.
Available 5/26, inFAMOUS gets a proper launch trailer above; it meanders a bit but picks up halfway through, presenting you with the choice of being a badass or just an ass.
After an awesome but cryptic teaser, Modern Warfare 2 finally gets its big reveal; from Brazilian ghettos and medieval redoubts to Russian airbases, this trailer is utterly fantastic.
It’s not the official video for Death Cab for Cutie’s “Little Bribes”, but this kickass video by Ross Ching should be; its a masterful blend of time lapse, stop motion, and live action tricks.
With ziplines, chasms and ropes, this multiplayer trailer for Damnation hypes its verticality as a game changer; special modes and maps take advantage of its 3D nature.
And they say being a cop is hard: CafÃ© SerrÃ© is a very short animated film that shows that some police officers can get the job done without lifting a finger. Well, maybe a donut or two.
Starring Bruce Willis, Surrogates blends Blade Runner with The Sims with a near-future world where nearly all humans live their lives through real-life avatars; it hits theaters 9/25.
This trailer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 shows how it’s done: it demos its multiplayer features in one hand and blows the ever-loving crap out of everything in the other. Thanks, Jake!
We hope you can read fast, because this Ghostmatrix printer uses an array of UV LEDs to scan across phosphorescent paper; the result is a stream of letters that slowly fade.
The Rotundus GroundBot may be a security robot, but its ability to go offroad in snow, mud, sand and even water ensures that future human rebels will have nowhere to hide.
This gameplay trailer for X3: Terran Conflict is an unexpected crowd-pleaser, with hordes of ships, the combat and the Battlestar Galactica-style cinematography and music.
If you’ve heard (or experienced) the phrase, “your life flashing before your eyes,” Last Day Dream is exactly that with a short sequence of brief, but moving shots of an individual’s life.
We’ve seen plenty of time-lapse videos, but Static: Pulse is one of our favorites, if only for its subject: shot on Canon 350D and 5Ds, Tokyo comes to life in this video set to “Edge to Life.”
As short and sweet as the name, this debut trailer for Blur goes from zero to obnoxious in about twenty seconds; as Kotaku quips, it’s less a teaser trailer and more a “taser” trailer.
Not much has changed since the first trailer for Tim Burton’s 9: this second trailer is still filled with suspense, amazing graphics and badass rag dolls; in other words, still awesome.
The wisecracking Deadpool is remarkably silent in this Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 trailer, but he doesn’t need words: he lets his fists, grenades and dual-wielded pistols do the talking.
Simon and McBess’ WOOD starts off like an old-time cartoon (and stays monochrome throughout), but the delicious blend of urban graphics and animation style are clearly modern.
Described as “Zelda in Hell,” this Darksiders trailer reveals a familiar plotline (Heaven and Hell do battle on Earth); still, we hope the action-oriented RPG could be what Hellgate never was.
From folks who brought us Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, this internal trailer for Project Trico shows promise with faint echoes of The Neverending Story’s Falkor and Atreyu.
It’s been awhile, but the second Timeline trailer for The Old Republic is up (here’s the first); an unlikely ally in the criminal world helps to lift the Mandalorian blockade on Coruscant.
If you’re as sick of Snuggie infomercials as we are, College Humor saves the day with Snuggie Spin-Offs: this parody takes the backwards robe to even more ridiculous extremes.
Sherlock Homes may be set in Victorian London, but with a wise-cracking Robert Downey, Jr., explosions aplenty and Jude Law as Watson, this trailer is thoroughly 21st century.
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