Sure, it’s a rip-off of Improv Everywhere’s pranks, but this Saatchi & Saatchi conceived ad for T-Mobile is top-notch stuff; it was filmed with 350 dancers in London’s Liverpool Street Station.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Directed by Melih Bilgil, History of the Internet starts from the early days of Arpanet to the modern-day development of TCP/IP; we like the way he puts it in perspective of world events.
In the best traditions of “shoot first, ask questions later,” Mechanical Commando is a robotic remake of the classic NES’ Commando; our trigger finger still aches (in a good way).
Directed by Justin Lin (who made the better of the F&F sequels), Fast & Furious has a new trailer up; it starts with fast-paced foot chase and finishes with Vin Diesel being… Vin Diesel.
It’s a bit out there, but The Next 100 Years forecasts the next century of world events; it’s written by George Friedman, whose clients include the Fortune 500 and foreign gov’t agencies.
It’s no stretch to say that NPH has been on a roll as of late: this past weekend’s SNL was capped off by an orchestral homage to the Doogie Howser theme. We cried at the end too, bro.
Few things are more hated than Nazis, zombies and entitled coeds, but Dead Snow dares to combine them all into a bloody Sundance film; this has epic win splattered all over it.
One thing we learned in our days drinking studying at college is that you can never have too many party games; MySims Party is coming to the Wii and the DS with 50 mini games.
Fresh from IMAGI (who brought us the Astro Boy and Gatchman teasers), T-28 is a resurrection of the Tetsujin manga; it hasn’t been picked up by a studio per se, but it sure looks promising.
Improv Everywhere’s annual No Pants subway ride went off without a hitch (or britches) on January 10, with over 2,500 pantless riders in 22 cities around the world. Mmm, legs…
Created by Simon Fraser University student Evan Miller, Hunted Forever is a fast-paced platformer with echoes of Mirror’s Edge; it’s one of Time magazine’s top games of 2008. Thanks, Victor!
Customizable karts, physics-based effects and an open art and scripting system to encourage custom mods: Zero Gear has all the makings of an uber-Mario Kart. Thanks, Robert!
Think Ocarina x 5: above is Stanford’s Mobile Phone Orchestra (MoPhO) playing Stairway To Heaven with their iPhones and special glove speakers at The Crunchies 2008.
Think T-rex meets Starship Troopers meets the Zerg: this faction trailer for Dawn of War II shows off the Tyranids, whose ferocious, swarming hordes send happy shivers up our spine.
Coming to theaters January 23, Hajirai Machine Girl is not for the faint of heart; only in Japan would a machine gun emerging from a bikini girl’s behind seem even remotely normal.
This gameplay video for Yakuza 3 is light on any real innovation; it’s just a dude in a suit wailing on victim after victim in street brawls, but with the moves of a UFC/WWF fighter.
We love developers who don’t take themselves too seriously, and Flock! doles it out in bales of wool: this funky action puzzler lets you fly a UFO, abduct sheep and carve crop circles.
We’re looking forward to Afro Samurai come 1/27, and this GameTrailers preview doesn’t disappoint; the game is bloody, but in a fluid, cell-shaded way that borders on visual poetry.
As Killzone 2 creeps closer to its 2/27 release date, this run-and-gun preview gives a decent rundown of the games’ use of cover, the Sixaxis controller and multiplayer modes.
The video above shows a year’s worth of edits to the OpenStreetMap in glorious, world-spanning detail; the effort is akin to an open source version, wiki-fied version of Google Maps.
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