SNL’s MacGruber skit hit the big time last weekend in a series of flagrant shill ads for Pepsi; name change to “Pepsuber” + MacGuyver cameo + everyone dying anyway = epic.
Our favorite powerless superhero gets his ass handed to him by his butler in this hilarious Batman Gets Pwned video; he may be the Dark Knight, but his gaming skills are teh suxorz.
Adopted by the UN in 1948 and signed by 48 countries including the USA, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights gets a modern, yet poignant update in this video; thanks, Ash!
We can’t wait to see the Wolverine movie, so we’re happy to say that this trailer for the video game is equally promising; Logan really takes out a can of whoop ass in this one.
The upcoming G.I. Joe movie will either answer a thousand childhood prayers or utterly destroy them, but this first ever trailer looks very promising; it’s like 24 meets Crysis.
Most of the free games we feature are quick and dirty, but Divine Generals is a strategy game a-la Civilization with armies, buildings and research; in short, plan on a long lunch break.
The plot for Red Faction gets a comprehensive workup in the full trailer above; we’re most impressed by its cinematic qualities, which are on par with previews we’d see in a movie theater.
Based off a successful 2006 novel, we like the quirky feel of this trailer for The Damned United; it chronicles the short and largely disastrous tenure of Leeds United coach Brian Clough.
We’re not sure how long this trailer will stay up, so get it while it’s hot: this latest Star Trek trailer offers a few snippets of a bruised Kirk and the Enterprise with guns ablazin’.
Just in time for today’s big game, Blood Bowl has finally dropped a full trailer; nothing mind blowing here, but tons of bone crunching; who knew dwarves had a running game?
Fresh for the Superbowl, the first Transformers 2 teaser is up and it features: 1) stuff blowing up, 2) more stuff blowing up and 3) really large stuff blowing up; consider us gob smacked.
While previous trailers for Batman: Arkham Asylum have been annoyingly vague or artsy, this breakout video has us positively stoked in a way we haven’t felt since Dark Knight.
Many of you are too young to remember The Thing, but this short by experimental band Zombie Zombie uses GI Joe figures shot in hi-def to recreate the classic horror movie.
Time travel sounds like a good idea, unless your past self turns out to be a dick: this short with Paul Scheer will make you reconsider your plans to finally build that flux capacitor.
There are few things as annoying as infomercials, and this WTF Blanket video takes them to task; it’s a hilarious voiceover and parody of the Snuggie ad. Warning: profanity.
James Leng’s Glowing Cities video looks pretty enough, but our jaws really hit the floor when we realized each squiggle was an entire city; it spans from the Midwest to San Francisco.
Three years have passed since our favorite plumbers went on their last adventure, but Mario & Luigi RPG 3 will arrive in Japan on 2/11; there’s still no word on a US release date.
The countdown clock on the Final Fantasy XIII homepage is no more; in its place, a snazzy, fast-paced trailer with predictably gorgeous graphics and English subtitles for the gaijin.
We can always count on glorious leader Kim Jong Il to save the day: he plans to tow The Moon to North Korea just for kicks–that, and to piss off those smug Yankee bastards.
First a fantasy football board game, then a 1995 MS-DOS port, Blood Bowl is coming to multiple platforms Q2; this Goblins vs. Orcs trailer actually shows off only two out of eight races.
It takes a little while to get going, but this latest Matt Hazard gameplay trailer had us in stitches by poking fun at Japanese RPGs; we never understood those damned ellipses either.
Fallout 3’s Operation: Anchorage is finally out for the Xbox 360 and PC; with cloaking units, epic historical battles and new technology, this add-on is what DLCs are all about.
Deafening, dangerous yet oh-so-colorful, Jason Mika and David Umlas’ fire art is a pyrotechnic wonder; they burn salt-laced propane because, in their words, “People cheer.”
Crank: High Voltage is the sequel to the original 2006 film; Jason Statham still stars as a hitman, this time with an artificial heart that he needs to periodically jump start to stay alive. Thanks, J!
Unlike yesterday’s Aliens Must Die, Space Pips is quite a bit more fun and frenetic, with responsive controls, plenty of upgrades and debris that sounds a bit like wind chimes.
It’s old news for music majors, but Axis of Awesome shows that it only takes four chords for a hit song; realizing Blink 182 and A-Ha are related = shivers down our spine.
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