Assassin’s Creed 2’s first DLC literally takes flight with the Battle of Forli ($4); it takes us into Sequence 12 with more joy rides aboard Leonardo’s fantastically infernal flying machine.
Boldly styled, Titan’s Backstage luggage collection should really take center stage; available in 18″, 24″, an 28″ trolleys, each includes a folding system that lets you pack without wrinkles.
Still confused over yesterday’s LOST song parody? io9’s brilliant J.J. Abram’s Board Game is packed with missed turns and other setbacks; in other words, get ready to feel really LOST.
Glashutte’s PanoMaticLunar XL watch is classy yet minimalist; it features a matte gray face in a 42mm stainless steel case with off-center dials, a silver lunar display, and white gold markers.
Benoit Millot’s A Day in Paris is a live-action/CG short that takes the everyday parts of what it means to be a Parisian and merges them into something equal parts wonderful and WALL-E.
Incase’s Maple Leaf Slider Cases are pretty slick, even for non-Canucks; made for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, the hardshell sliders are only available in Canadian Apple Stores.
It doesn’t take a detective to figure out how amazing Heavy Rain’s graphics are, but this To Catch A Killer trailer blows the case wide open with gorgeous real-time in-game footage.
KR3W goes historical and tonal with this preview of their 2010 Footwear line: the Franklin, Jackson, Grant, and Grant Low all sport clean, contemporary profiles while remaining skateable.
Get one of the best movies (mob or otherwise) ever made: Goodfellas 20th Anniversary Edition is a 2-disc Blu-ray set with booklet, commentaries, featurettes, and feature-length documentary.
Leatherman’s new Style CS is a keychain-friendly version of the Skeletool; it measures 3″ long and includes scissors, a knife, screwdriver, carabiner, bottle opener, nail file, and tweezers.
NSFW: Christian Bale’s tirade is last year’s news, but it’s also relevant in a galaxy far, far away: a petulant Dark Side meets an equally petulant Dark Knight in Darth Bale. Thanks, Libby!
Ahoy, Munich: G-Power’s Typhoon “Black Pearl” BMW X5 sports a supercharged 4.8L V8 that makes 625 hp/516 lb-ft. of torque, good for a 0-62 of 4.5s and a top speed of 186 mph.
This Episodes IV and V trailer for Lost Planet 2 has no shortage of epic scenes; it’s filled with mechs, subs, satellite cannons, pirates, deserts, ice ages, and oversized headgear.
Get two tracking surfaces in one with Razer’s Vespula Mouse Mat; it’a dual-sided pad with a smooth finish on one side for speed and a textured finish on the other for control.
The Google Street View Guys are back, this time mapping the entire world from every angle in Google Earth Guys; hilarious yet also a bit sad, at least their odyssey ends with rebirth.
Sing (or stomp) a sweet tune with Apogee’s GiO; the USB guitar interface is controlled by foot and includes five effects buttons, five transport control butons, and next/previous buttons.
Limited to 100 bikes, Victory’s 2010 Vegas LE rides on a torquey 106/6 Speed V-Twin good for 97 hp/113 lb-ft.; it also boasts a 106 graphic, blacked out bits and four paintjobs.
No More Heroes 2 goes ballistic with snakes, buffaloes, and luchadores in this launch trailer; we’d say it’s NSFW, but that assumes you can comprehend its special brand of insanity.
Hot on the heels of their new D-Lux bag, Timbuk2’s Classic Messenger also gets a revamp; the bag includes a side-entry pocket, improved cam buckle, front organizer, and slash pocket.
Get a double-dose of Akira Kurosawa’s legendary samurai-meets-spaghetti western flicks with the Yojimbo & Sanjuro two-pack; it’s an HD 1080p 2.35:1 transfer with Dolby Digital 3.0.
Like a virtual Dorian Grey, HourFace is an iPhone app that not only generates a fairly realistic 3D rendering of your face that responds to touch but can age it (or make it younger).
Exuvius’ Titan Collar Stays not only keep your collars stiff, but are a swiss army knife of sorts: they include a built-in bottle opener and opposing flat Phillips and slot-tipped screwdrivers.
Due out on the Wii 3/23/2010, Red Steel 2’s Caldera Trailer sets the scene for one heckuva wild west east showdown: martial arts cowboys with swords and gatling guns? Count us in!
Apple’s iPad is official: 0.5″ thick and 1.5 lbs, it sports a 9.7″ capacitive multi-touchscreen, 16-64GB flash memory, 1GHz Apple A4 chip, WiFi 802.11n, Bluetooth, and optional 3G.
Available June 2010: LEGO fans will get their bricks in a bunch over this set of 16 collectible minifigs with unique parts and accessories; even worse for the wallet: they’ll be blindboxed.
Super Street Fighter IV has a peculiar animated style for its trailers, but this Juri trailer is actually animated anime-style; it’s available with the game in Japan, but no word on a US release.
Whether you’re an Apple fan or hater, there’s no denying that today is Steve Jobs day: not so coincidentally, this I’m With Cocoa t-shirt parodies another pale, lanky, and geeky celebrity.
In US and Canadian theaters Spring 2010, Reel Injun is directed by Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond and is both an insightful and entertaining look at the mythical Hollywood Indian.
Good news if you like your gadgets green: Lexon has released a rather large line of bamboo gadgets, appliances, and accessories including radios, calculators, and lighting.
No, you’re not seeing things: Gears of War heroes Marcus and Dom not only muscle their way into this Lost Planet 2 trailer but will be in the Xbox 360 version of the game itself.
The Fine Bros.’ epic Answers Song Parody wonders if LOST’s mysteries will ever be found; writers: better pull a rabbit out of a hatch or so help us Jacob we’ll sic the smoke monster on you.
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