The trailer is in Japanese, but it still doesn’t detract from the gorgeous anime-style graphics of this game. We hope it plays as good as it looks. Coming to North America and Europe in 2012.
An infection that turns humans into horrible Christopher Walken impersonators. Also they eat people. P0KYPAC probably thought of the title first and just couldn’t let the wordplay go to waste.
Rise and Shine: The Jay DeMerit Story is the true story of a young American’s dream of playing pro soccer in Europe; the film chronicles his rise from park leagues to starting in the 2010 World Cup.
This 2007 video may feature Formula Vee racer Robbie Allen somersaulting his vehicle in a crash, but we bet that’s the second reason you rewind it for a better look. Too bad it was just the nose.
(NSFW) The music video for Fantasy by DyE. Animation director JÃ©rÃ©mie PÃ©rin and his crew are French, but their product is undoubtedly Japanese. In the best and worst ways possible.
The stylish Oakley Full Metal Jacket titanium watch comes with a removable single face that can be mounted on a pocket watch chain or used as a conventional wrist watch. (Thanks Dane!)
We’re enjoying British game show host Bradley Walsh’s attempts to stay collected while stifling laughter at a question he reads aloud in this clip from ITV1’s The Chase. (Thanks James!)
The name may bring back memories, but there’s nothing old-school about this RAZR. It’s slimmer than iPhone 4, has a 1.2 GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, shoots 1080p video, and 4G LTE support.
Here’s Naughty Dog’s official launch trailer for the gorgeous and thrilling Drake’s Deception, revealing key plot points and mysteries that set Nathan’s latest epic adventure in motion.
Another eye-popping time-lapse, this one shot in Iceland during the Summer, when the sun never sets, and light remains 24 hours-a-day. Shot by Joe Capra over 17 days and from 38,000 images.
More is revealed in the second trailer for Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, as Holmes and Watson must contend with the criminal mastermind Professor Moriarty, Holmes’ evil, intellectual equal.
Here ye, greedy NBA players: don’t think for a minute you couldn’t get replaced by this number one feline draft pick. Looks like all the moves are solid, plus, bonus: payment in Friskies.
Look beyond Lytro’s unusual form-factor to its groundbreaking light-field technology, which eliminates the need to focus, and lets you refocus your images at any time after you snap them.
Jonathan Mann has a new iPhone 4S, and a little song (and a little thing) for Siri, his personal, virtual assistant. Despite his pleas, it doesn’t sound like they’ll be getting hitched any time soon.
The crisp and clean e-tron Spyder concept is 5+” longer than the R8 and has an all-new plug-in diesel hybrid-electric drivetrain. The 69-cell lithium-ion battery pack lasts 9.1-kilowatt hours.
Apparently frustrated by the oversaturation of cat videos on YouTube, Hugapug the pug takes out her aggression out on some poor, unsuspecting dogs trapped inside this computer monitor.
Illustrator Mr Whaite envisions classic movies as animated neon images, capturing the essence of the original film with bold, glowing lines. We only wish they were actual neon signs.
Tel-Aviv U. demos the perplexing properties of quantum superconductors which will leave non-science types scratching their heads, and us wanting hoverboards made from this stuff.
Powered by a Samsung Galaxy SII and LEGO NXT, the CubeStormer II robot beat the human record for solving the Cube, with a time of just 5.35 secs. We certainly can’t rearrange stickers that fast.
A puppet play depicting what happens after a whale dies. The whole concept doesn’t seem particularly intriguing, until the final part where you find out just how significant the whole process is.
Keep your drink hot or cold with these reusable cups made from recyclable polypropylene. The protective silicone bands also have drink order markers. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe.
The whole Cowboys and Aliens thing turned out to be a bust, maybe the Cowboys and Zombies thing will work out better. If you like the idea, then support sneakyzebra’s latest video project.
You wouldn’t want to run into this kid in a dark alley. While we actually don’t get to see too many of his Zui Quan fighting moves, he could definitely kick the crap out of you with one of his flips.
Looking for something cute and cuddly for your couch? These plush (and vocal) Aperture Science turrets won’t hate you – especially if you knock them over on their side. Out mid-December.
A documentary about male punk rockers (and other influencers of the culture) and their transition from being poster boys of anarchy to being the quintessential figures of authority – fathers.
The Lift is an adjustable t-strap that secures your luggage and provides multiple additional handles. Has a seatbelt-style buckle for easy attachment and removal and a front plate for luggage tags.
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