Day After Tomorrow’s Roland Emmerich is ending the world yet again with 2012; this teaser with some seriously screwed monks above really is just that: a teaser. Click here for plot spoilers!
With spinning saws aplenty, Grendizer is at the top of our awesome robots list: directed by Paolo Lamanna, the action-packed video above also has Cinema 4D outtakes at the end.
As if we hadn’t been sold long, long ago on Left 4 Dead, this minigun gameplay video is icing on the cake. Bloody, bloody icing with lots of carnage, but tasty icing nonetheless.
With Mirror’s Edge out, players may experience a strange feeling of deja vu with this LBP mashup video; totalitarian governments are no match for the cutest runners on earth.
Cued to Daft Punk’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger and Around The World, this stop motion video perfectly illustrates London’s frenetic pace. Trip across the pond, anyone?
Created for Saturn (think Best Buy for Germans), Evolution of Technology mixes robots and biology to explain survival of the fittest; apparently, we all evolve into hot, blue-skinned babes.
Joe Esposito crooning You’re The Best to a Street Fighter II gameplay montage just seems transcendent; we can only hope the Capcom gods deign to include this in-game one day.
No, these actors haven’t gone mad: the desk lamp above is AUR, an MIT robot that uses a hybrid control system that lets it react to and interact with on-stage performers.
Neo should be happy the Matrix didn’t run on Windows, or he’d be subjected to the scenes in this hilarious video; it’s filled with Microsoft in-jokes, including the dreaded BSOD.
MotorStorm: Pacific Rift is shaping up to be an awesome party game; this trailer shows off 4-player split screen, wicked avatar customization and hair-singeing jumps over lava.
This Eve Online trailer for the Quantum Rise expansion lays it on thick, with “breaking news” of a surprise invasion. The real star of the show: enhanced stability and gameplay tweaks.
levelHead isn’t new, but this crisp Vimeo video does a much better job at showing off the spatial memory game; it uses a Sony Eyetoy, solid plastic cubes and runs on Ubuntu and Debian.
Being 80s/90s kids, we’re happy to see Weird Al at it again with White & Nerdy; this music video’s been out for a little while but we like the way it speaks to nerds of all colors (and species).
Made with AfterEffects in only 20 hours, this Mega Man stop motion video by Nicolas Menard features paper cutters of death, dangerous Oreos and a hat tip to classic Nintendo controllers.
With a Warner Bros live-action Akira due in 2009, American Akira is both hilarious and terrifying, similar to what might happen if Michael Bay made a Transformers movie. Oh, wait…
Although we liked Reverie, we prefer Akihabara News’ use of the EOS 5D MKII in Tokyo Reality for its multiple “day in the life” shots; if you like people watching, this is your video.
GPG’s Demigod isn’t an easy game to define–an RTS version of Diablo? A DotA descendant? Either way, it looks pretty fantastic from the trailer above; expect it to arrive February 2009.
Reza Dolatabadi’s Khoda looks rotoscoped, but it’s actually 6,000 individual paintings created over the course of two years and compiled into the five minute “psychological thriller” above.
Repo! The Genetic Opera has all the makings of a cult classic: it’s a rock opera-musical with human organ repo-men, 64 songs and Paris Hilton; it hits select US theaters November 7.
25 years after the original Run-D.M.C., the Reverend shows he’s still got it; this time, he’s beatboxing to Beethoven with his two sons on Wii Music: “Follow the note and rock it out!”
Made for the Discovery Channel, this video is a funky time-lapse animation of eight artists expressing the fate of the world on a circular wall in Cape Town, South Africa in July 2008.
With the presidential elections behind us, it’s time to turn to the hotly contested Palpatine and Calrissian race; yes, that’s really Billy Dee Williams trying to unite Jawas and Sandpeople.
This trailer for the upcoming Quantum of Solace game shows its COD4 lineage with many familiar moves: cover, dash and switch make a comeback, as well as our fave: blind fire.
It was bound to happen: PSN member RRR30000 has recreated the first level of Gradius in LBP; it’s fully playable and includes an amazingly detailed (and dangerous) boss at the end.
This isn’t the first thousands of photos film we’ve featured, but Micah Spears’ Digital Human focuses on the pervasive nature of tech in our lives; the NYC street scenes are particularly telling.
Developed by MIT and UMass students, the Mobile Dextrous Social (MDS) Robot is now available for sale. It can manipulate objects, as well as interact verbally and with facial expressions.
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