Running almost twenty minutes long, the Episode 5 of Gametrailers’ Resident Evil Retrospective focuses on the uber-successful RE4 with a hat tip to its cinematic counterparts.
Addictive and fast-paced, Death vs. Monstars is a shoot-em-up with quirky graphics and a catchy 8-bit style soundtrack; note: the backwards aiming can take awhile to get used to.
If you’ve got mild ADD like we do, this one-minute, single-take rendition of Forrest Gump is perfect; it was shot by the U. of York Filmmaking Society for the One Minute Film Festival.
At heart just a bunch of nickel particles in a beaker, the behavior of the metallic snakes above is remarkably lifelike; scientists believe they could yield valuable information on emergent behavior.
EVE Online’s Apocrypha expansion rolls out tomorrow, and to celebrate they’ve released the launch trailer above; it’s basically sweet, sweet starship porn, not that we’re complaining.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. breaks the world drifting record by 2000 ft. using an admittedly questionable technique: doing donuts in a 2010 Ford Mustang until his tires come apart.
Those of you still Halo Wars-deprived should check out these Enemy Ocean, Backup and Kidnapping cutscenes; the Warthog filled with Spartans in the last one: awesomeness.
For those of you suffering from post-Watchmen trauma, this Saturday morning-styled Watchmen cartoon is so bright and cheesy it’s almost foul; in short, the perfect hangover cure.
Stalin vs. Martians is the actual title to a ridiculous RTS being developed by three Russian studios; yes, you get to play as Stalin, and yes, it’s actually inspired by Vodka and borscht.
Seed Magazine’s Evolution of Life in 60 Seconds is an accurately scaled video depicting various major biological milestones; humankind is relegated to a blip near the end.
Easily the best X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer yet, there’s quite a bit more to sink our teeth/retractable claws into, with more plot exposition and tons of X-Men character reveals.
Bowja 3 tasks you with guiding a ninja through a series of adventures; you basically click around to progress the plotline, but the story is interesting enough to keep us clicking.
David OReilly’s Please Say Something is at heart a love story, but one so trippy in terms of dysfunctional plot, sound effects and graphics you’ll either be amazed or driven insane.
Keith Jardine and Rampage Jackson give us a taste of UFC 2009 Undisputed in the gameplay trailer above; you know a game is onto something when the slams make you wince.
Above is the second full-length Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince trailer; we agree with VideoETA in that it takes on a darker (but more accurate) tone than previous trailers.
Previously debuted at WonderCon (and today for Watchmen), the latest Trek trailer is fantastic; it lends real gravitas to the movie, elevating it from intergalactic joyride to a bonafide “star trek.”
Filled with cavalry charges, rifle fusillades and glorious naval battles, this launch trailer for Empire: Total War is a must-watch for megalomaniacs; it’s available both at Steam and in stores.
Above is a preview for iPhone game Heroes and Villains, currently in development by Infinite Ammo; you have the choice to help or hurt a helpless citizen by using superheroes.
From the same studio that brought us Full Metal Alchemist, Kurau Phantom Memory’s 24 episodes are available as a DVD box set; you’ll get both English and Japanese audio plus subtitles.
The humble inkjet printer gets top billing with this music video for Mistabishi’s Printer Jam; it’s a purely instrumental drum ‘n bass piece set to great CG work by Kenny Frankland.
Created by legendary 405 director Bruce Branit, World Builder is like a next-gen version of Second Life; it was shot in a single day but required two years of post production.
Now available: Out of Captivity is the harrowing tale of three American civilian contractors captured by FARC and held hostage in the Colombian jungles from 2003 to 2008.
Jon Stewart takes on the media’s clumsy handling of Twitter and questions the purpose of microblogging in general; personally, we can’t wait for someone to create Stalkr and Gruntr.
It’s cobbled together from other videos, but this Launch Trailer for H.A.W.X. adds a nice kick to the near-future flight combat sim with an attack on the Capitol building and Air Force One.
Masters students Brette and Rajinder take video up a dimension with their Spatially Augmented Reality Toolkit; above, embedded photosensors on a box allow for 3D projection.
Easily the best trailer yet for Terminator: Salvation, enough juicy details are revealed that it borders on spoiler territory; appropriately, it emphasizes the human side of the story.
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