This Making of Coruscant video for Star Wars: The Old Republic has us excited: the devs discuss never before seen areas and emulating the sheer scale of the planet-spanning city.
Rumored to use the Unreal 3 engine, Dust 514 is an MMOFPS that’s part of the EVE universe; swapping boots instead of battlecruisers, the trailer above feels like BSG on a micro scale.
Packed with plenty of combat gameplay, this Anger trailer gets to the heart (and heads, and limbs) of Dante’s Inferno; it focuses on Dante’s primary weapons: his scythe and cross.
“Shot” at 1 million FPS using an infrared chronograph, engineer Werner Mehl has released 10 minutes of bullet impact videos at an effective shutter speed of 1.5 nanoseconds.
The trailer for Toy Story 3 is finally out: we won’t spoil it for you, but it suffices to say we get to see several old characters in a new light–and in the case of one, a brand new language.
Alfa Romeo’s Mito supermini almost looks too cute to play defender, at least until it opens a can of whoop ass on gas pumps in this Space Invaders TV ad; it’s directed by Spy Films.
Our ears are still ringing from the singing, but we’re digging this launch trailer for action RPG Demon’s Souls; it’s now available for the PS3 and includes a 40 page artbook and soundtrack.
In stark contrast to Zombieland, Woody Harrelson’s role in The Messenger is somber one: he plays a U.S. army captain tasked with notifying relatives of soldiers killed in action.
Mix old-school GTA’s top-down gameplay with hordes of zombies and enough Type-O to open your own blood bank and you’ve got Zombie Driver: the game is due out in November.
Narrated by Lance Henriksen (Aliens’ Bishop android), Nightmares in Red, White and Blue is a documentary about America’s obsession with horror films; it’s also available as a book.
Available today on PSN, Critter Crunch is a bit like Kirby meets Puzzle Fighter; called a Barf in the Night, the trailer above does the impossible by making binge eating cute AND competitive.
If you can get past the mismatched ethnicities, this Live Action trailer is easily the best fan-made Tekken video out there; it was originally made for a G4TV contest but missed the deadline.
This latest trailer for GTA: Liberty City Stories left us hankering for Miami Vice, but we ain’t complaining; watch this and we guarantee you’ll grow out a mullet and wear white suits too.
Watch out for squash shrapnel: the Giant Pumpkin Cannon is a 97-foot steel barrel that hurls pumpkins at 600 mph up to 4,000 feet using two 1,000 gallon drums pressurized to 50-100 PSI.
Proof that one should seek enlightenment by sitting under a tree, not by surfing social networks: Facebook Quota Buddha is what happens when you preach Sex and the City.
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus‘ new theatrical trailer doesn’t disappoint: running a minute and 43 seconds, there’s a bit more plot exposition and plenty of new footage.
Set to Lou Reed’s “Perfect Day”, the epic battlefields of Empire: Total War take on a somber and hauntingly beautiful tone with this machinima video; war… it’s caaannon-tastic!
We would argue the 336 page Football Fan’s Manifesto is biblical in importance: its Ten Commandments cover fairweather fans (boo!), gloating (aye!) and superstitions (jinx!).
Set up in Stockholm by Volkswagen, this piano staircase resulted in 66% higher use; tickling the ivories and burning calories = win-win situation (except for escalator salesmen).
The mindless ruminations of Peppy and gang seem juvenile in Star Fox in Iraq, at least until they lead to a sudden philosophical epiphany: that, and a crapload of barrel rolls.
It may look goofy, but there’s no denying the WaterCar Python’s street- and lake-cred: it can go 0-60 in 4.5s on asphalt and tops out at 60 mph on water thanks to V8 Corvette LS engine.
Burning Man has always been strange even by attendee’s standards, but this time lapse really highlights its surreal nature–from dusty daylight shots to dazzling night scenes.
Watch all 20 minutes of Turbo (we previewed it here) for free online; it’s a mashup of Tron and The Karate Kid and was shot using a RED camera by USC film school students.
If you’ve had a hard time wrapping your mind around Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising’s features, this Launch Trailer says it all: co-op gameplay and one shot kills in a military sandbox.
Beethoven’s legendary 5th Symphony goes graphical with a visual score that serves as a temporal and physical play-by-play: each color represents one of 12 distinct instruments.
In theaters 2/19/10, we’re already sold on Shutter Island’s criminal island premise–throw in Martin Scorsese with Leonardo DiCaprio and Ben Kingsley and you’ve got a bonafide thriller.
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