We thought Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One was all about multiplayer, but it’s good to see that Insomniac hasn’t ignored single-player either. Too soon to tell about all the side-scrolling, though.
You’ve seen drag races before, but never one quite like this. Motor Trend lines up 11 of the greatest drivers’ cars (and drivers) in a totally unscientific, totally awesome bit of hardcore automotive porn.
Suriviving Progress is a documentary about the double-edged sword of human advancement and the certain end that faces us all, unless we commit to use less and produce only what is needed.
You’re sipping on your morning cup of Maxwell House… as you ease into the day, you near the bottom of your cup… about ready for a refill… when TINY SHARK! SWIM! PADDLE FASTER! RUN!
And we thought Maru only liked boxes. Apparently we were wrong. In fact, the world’s most popular cat doesn’t seems to love paper bags just as much – and the more humiliating the situation, the better.
Junaid Chundrigar’s tribute to old American cartoons. The lesson? Instead of getting married, get some sheep and take care of them. They’ll take you to places beyond your wildest acid trip. Or not.
From the maker of Buckyballs comes Buckycubes, a cubic version of the popular magnetic toy. Each pack has 125 rare earth magnets that are easier to manipulate, thanks to their stable shape.
Rolls of adhesive tape act as seeds, and the tape makes that familiar peeling sound as they grow. Dutch artist Johan Rijpma spent a total of 6 months to make this stop motion video.
The JC Penney outlet at the Twin Pines Lone Pine Mall becomes a Nike store in this ad for the limited edition 2011 Nike MAG sneakers. Watch a thank you message from Marty McFly himself here.
This ad for the UK’s 2012 Honda Jazz by Smith & Foulkes features a trippy journey from birth to adulthood. We don’t think that a subcompact is the best fit for this ad though. (Thanks, Jen!)
An update to an update, these fresh shoes are part of the Vans California collection. The Wingtip Era sneakers have been given a homier look thanks to the brown leather upper and wool flannel trim.
Shutterlog is a crowdsourced YouTube channel containing videos of the moment when a camera’s shutter release is pressed. Cameron Lew remixed the sounds into a relentless, attacking beat.
Still lurking in the shadows, ready to be fully revealed at this week’s Frankfurt Auto Show, the Rimac Concept One boasts 1088hp and a top speed of 190mph, despite the fact that it’s fully electric.
Crafted from reclaimed gym flooring and powder-coated steel, Mirato’s massive 4′ x 10′ workstation is the perfect computer desk for sports fanatics or just those of you who crave surface area.
This visceral Indonesian film follows the story of a SWAT team trapped in a gritty tenement run by a vicious mobster and his army of thugs. The US release adds music by Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park.
YouTube user MScharosch demonstrates that with nowhere to hop to and nowhere to hide, you might just have to take a leap of faith to keep from croaking. Or in this case, to keep on croaking.
Replicas of Cobain’s “battered and highly unusual” left-hander 1965 Jaguar. Has the same 3-color sunburst alder body (with worn-out finish), dual humbucking pickups and triple knob configuration.
A paintball match in slow motion. Music video for Porter Robinson’s single Spitfire directed by Saman Keshavarz. Shot with a Phantom Flex camera and stitched together as one continuous shot.
Celebrity favorite SUPER sunglasses have created a timeless design with the limited edition 49er, streamlining the classic explorer sunglasses with a slimmer frame. Available in four colors.
An engrossing performance featuring scenes from the Uncharted 3 trailer by sand artist Natalya Netselya. Her medium is a perfect fit for the Arabian setting of Nathan Drake’s latest adventure.
Our dogs would sooner take a finger off than let you put a pile of treats on their noses. Not so for this guy, who has the patience (and balance) of a saint. You dropped a few there at the end, dude.
Freddie Wong shares how his typical workday mornings go. Or at least how gamers imagine it. The first 25 seconds alone make it worth watching. Can you name all the games he referenced?
(NSFW Language) (Spoilers) Michael Hobson made a massive (about five mouse wheel scrolls!) timeline showing what’s in store in the coming years, if movies and TV shows are to be believed.
U.S. Marine Sgt. Blackburn enters the city of Tehran and blows stuff up real good in BF3’s Operation Guillotine, a joint operation to capture key members of the PLR leadership. (Thanks Flex!)
Maybe the whole Pied Piper story had a bit of truth to it, as is evidenced by the crowd of bovines who gather round for a Dixieland jazz performance by The New Hot 5. Next time, start marching.
Yep, Apple lost an iPhone prototype again. Obviously the company is pissed about it, so much so that they made an ad to vent their frustration… and more. Team Coco has the exclusive scoop.
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