Done up like a near-future sales pitch (think RoboCop’s ED-209), this Elite Powered Armor trailer for F.E.A.R. 2 shows how to cruise the apocalyptic supernatural streets in style.
It won’t be winning any awards for the graphics, but Ragdoll Cannon: Remake is deliciously fun; your objective is to hurl hordes of ragdolls at targets spread across 25 levels.
Cloning is apparently the secret to German efficiency, or so goes the VW Golf x Matrix commercial above; it’s supposedly so violent that UK TV viewers can’t watch it before 9 pm.
If you thought Burnout: Paradise was finished with the DeLorean, think again: their Legendary Cars pack includes parodies from Ghostbusters, Dukes of Hazzard and Knight Rider.
Set to the song “Turana Hott Kurdis”, this breathtaking video by Till Credner is a collection of time lapse shots the feature the sun, the moon and the stars wandering across the sky.
Sucker Punch’s PS3-only superhero game, inFamous, is reminiscent of Prototype; it is however fully open-ended, which means we’ll see plenty of third-person mayhem in our future.
A must-watch for Street Fighter fans, this Gouken vs. Akuma video pits Ryu’s trainer against our favorite red-haired baddie; it’s animated in a gorgeously fluid and artistic sketch style.
Called “a near-perfect war film” by Time Magazine, The Hurt Locker follows an Army bomb disposal unit in Iraq; first released in Italy in 2008, it’s due to hit US shores in Spring 2009.
We can’t get enough of these Prototype gameplay clips; the genetically-modified parkour-wielding anti-hero game (due out this summer) looks as sweet as ever, courtesy G4TV.
While we still wish GT 5 Prologue was released in a finished form, we’re still salivating over this video from their Spec III release, which added the Ferrari California and Lotus Evora.
You’ll need to read up on Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. to figure out why Americans are taking out an M1 Abrams, but suffice to say this teaser has our geopolitical panties in a bunch.
Sure, robots could save lives, but truth be told we’ll probably make them serve beer: Jamie Price’s BaR2D2 is an RC mobile bar with an elevator and six-bottle shot dispenser.
There’s nothing like flying through a supernova remnant to give you a bad hair day, but this 3D tour by MIT astrophysicist Tracy Delaney lets you do it safely; it’s visualized using real data.
If you liked the Dissidia trailer but wanted some more meat, the aerial battle gameplay video above should tide you over: dizzying midair combos with Squall vs. Cloud = epic win.
More Lord of the Rings: Conquest goodness for all you Gondor wannabees: while the graphics may not be jaw-dropping there’s nothing quite like watching Gandalf rush a Balrog head-on.
With Djimon Hounsou and Fantastic Four’s Chris Evans, Push is like the cinematic version of Heroes; it focuses on government-hired psychics divided into 10 types of powers.
Even if you don’t know Randy Savage by name, you’ll no doubt recognize his “Slip into a Slim Jim!” tv spots, used to hilarious effect in the Macho Madness mod for Left 4 Dead.
Ever since Back to the Future II we’ve been praying for a Mr. Fusion reactor; San Francisco-based Jim Mason shows how he built a trash-powered “gasifier” to run his Honda Accord.
Filled with surreal landscapes and even more surreal creatures, Zeno Clash is like the spawn of Beetlejuice and Spore; frankly, bashing our way out of a nightmare sounds pretty fun.
The Onion is at it again with this Apple spoof of the MacBook Wheel; it’s similar to The MacTini but better produced. Best line: “I’ll buy just about anything if it’s shiny and made by Apple.”
It may be kid-oriented, but CJ7 is a must-see for fans of Hong Kong-style slapstick comedy; it’s coming to the US 3/14/08 and is directed by Stephen Chow of Kung Fu Hustle fame.
Short of being Fusionman, the wingsuit BASE jumpers in the video above are the closest that man will ever get to flying; it’s pretty sick stuff, especially when they buzz the camera.
Coming to North America sometime in 2009, White Knight Chronicles is a third-person, full-length 100 hour RPG by Level-5; the trailer above is flat-out, jaw-dropping awesome.
An oldie but a goodie, Stackopolis lets you build pixel cities using blocks to a Cowboy Bepop-ish soundtrack. Seems easy, until you run out the clock and get your ass handed to you.
We don’t think we’re sadistic, but there’s just something oh-so-enjoyable (and poetic) about watching the unwitting victims above get punched in the slow motion. Thanks, Maz!
Yes, it’s yet another zombie game, but The Last Stand had us hooked for a solid hour trying to survive twenty successive waves of the undead; hint: invest in a good weapon early.
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