Gamer Jason Cirillo is a goldmine of historical gaming trivia, with the Bit Museum video above as fascinating as it is freewheeling. Nintendo used to sell playing cards? Funky!
We’ve seen plenty of stop-motion vids, but this music video directed by Cesar Kuriyama takes the cake, with 45,000 images shot by a Nikon D200 over the course of 14 months.
Not only is Trine one of the prettiest platformers we’ve seen, it looks pretty fun too; it reminds us of a side-scrolling version of Diablo, with puzzles and physics-based objects.
Let freedom ring with Red Faction: Guerilla’s latest trailer; the rebels use everything from giant hammers and mining equipment to mechs to hit back at their EDF oppressors.
Wanted’s latest trailer reveals more of the gameplay; based on the Jolie/Freeman assassin movie, there’s a clear focus on the use of cover (think GoW) and curved bullet shots.
The Witcher is making his debut on consoles, and this Rise of the White Wolf trailer gives us a sneak peek; no gameplay, but the mock swordplay in the cinematic is plenty sweet.
Putting Halloween costumes everywhere to shame, Casey Pugh’s Daft Punk helmet is made with a cheap motorcycle helmet and an animated, Arduino-powered 16×5 LED matrix.
Saying French prankster RÃ©mi Gaillard has a pair of big ones is a big understatement; watch what he pulls at the end of this real life Mario Kart video: Remi my man, you are a god.
Venkman, Egon, Ray and Winston, oh how we’ve missed thee: this Ghostbusters trailer is powered mostly by nostalgia and ectoplasm, but we don’t care; who you gonna call?
We think we’ve finally figured out why the Riddick series has done so well with this fresh Assault on Dark Athena video: Vin Diesel’s gravely voice makes anything sound badass.
It’s stuff like this machine gun-equipped Ripsaw MS1 UGV that makes us fear the inevitable robot rebellion, but for now it’s fun to watch it tear through terrain like tissue paper.
Black Dynamite’s blatant blaxploitation is ironically poignant; coming out in 2009 but filmed like Shaft in the 70s, it may be offensive, but at least it offends everyone equally.
With Prince of Persia coming out this trailer may be the last, but it’s a good one: it makes true on its “Epic Gameplay” title, with plenty of seat of your pants acrobatics and sword fights.
Uncharted has been called the male version of Tomb Raider, but we’re extra excited over this teaser for Uncharted 2; it’ll premiere 12/14 on Spike TV at the Video Game Awards.
We’ve always loved World of Warcraft’s celebrity commercials, but this one with Ozzy Osbourne is hilarious: it features him “gently” discussing who the true prince of darkness is.
Last night’s The Daily Show has John Oliver taking on the Mumbai terrorists; while we don’t want to make light of the tragedy, he really sums up how we feel about those motherf***ers.
Never egg on a man with a gun: The Last Eggtion Hero is a sticky, yolk-stained mix of Aeon Flux, Mirror’s Edge and The Matrix; roosters everywhere are understandably mortified.
Al Seckel’s Levitating Water Machine appears to float water droplets in midair, but actually uses a timed strobe light; we expect to see this in hotel lobbies and trendy restaurants soon.
This trailer for Ninja Blade is quite possibly the densest one we’ve ever seen: it squeezes in space combat, flying zombie bats, VTOL aircraft, and ninjas with a flare for the theatrical.
With the job market in the tank, Johnny Burko is a timely read for 21st century job seekers: it mixes manga-style illustrations with six essential steps to building your career.
Marching to the beat of his own drum “Egyokeo” reconfigured drumKat MIDI drumpads to act as virtual frets; it literally lets him bang out tunes on Guitar Hero and Rock Band.
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.
The Simpsons’ penchant for cultural relevance shines as bright as an Apple store in yesterday’s Mypods and Boomsticks episode; it’s brimming with “Mapple” and “Steve Mobs” in-jokes.
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!
It’s no secret the folks at the International Space Station have the best scenic views on (and off) the planet; check out this spectacular aurora borealis footage shot by Donald R. Pettit.
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