It was one helluva surprise for E3-goers, but Final Fantasy XIV is official; exclusive to the PS3, the trailer above shows a return to steampunk/fantasy sensibilities; PS: Chocobo at 1:00!
Available outside Europe in August, Samsung’s Pixon12 features a 12MP camera with Xenon flash, 3.1 AMOLED touchscreen, 30fps 720×480 video recording, Wi-Fi, and HSPA speeds.
Making the best out of the loss of his eye, Rob Spence teases his Eyeborg implant–a wireless video camera in his eyesocket; its shows clips from Fox News, Jimmy Fallon and more.
The real story behind The Wizard of Oz gets told with this Heartless t-shirt; the truth is, there was no wizard–just a series of black market organ heists led by Dorothy “House-Dropping” Gale.
Created by students at Supinfocom Arles (a French computer graphics school), Machu Picchu is an expertly animated short about the hazards (and drug-like highs) of Incan airspace.
It’ll be another century before we seeing anything like this in real earth orbit, but this fantastically detailed LEGO Solaris 8 Space Station has us dreaming of sweet zero-g adventures.
LucasArts’ Monkey Island is back–twice: SOMI: Special Edition is a re-imagined version with new graphics, sound and voice, while Tales of Monkey Island will be a five episode saga.
Monkey see, monkey do the cha-cha: Evolution of a Dance Party is both a study in social inhibitions and a spontaneous show of goofiness; in other words, just give us an excuse to dance!
Masked Venetian revelers are perfect cover in this lush cinematic trailer for Assassin’s Creed 2; it’s basically a Renaissance version of the first one, this time packing hidden guns.
Show your neighbors who’s king of the sod with the Mow-Aerator; the 1.5″ spikes attach to your riding mower’s tires, letting you mow and aerate your lawn at the same time.
The Big Easy turns into the Big Queasy with hordes of undead in this video for Left 4 Dead; it’s a brief teaser, with just enough time to get acquainted with the new quartet of survivors.
The gadget management gurus at Bluelounge have released CableDrop; it’s a clip with an adhesive backing that keeps cords from in place and lets you channel them as you wish.
It’s not as artsy as the first trailer, but this second trailer for Storm Warriors makes up for it with dozens of fight scenes, plenty of dialog (in Cantonese) and swarms of flying swords.
Belkin’s TuneBase line adds hands-free calling to its features; both models pipe music to your car stereo, via an auxiliary input with the TuneBase Direct or wirelessly with the TuneBase FM.
Oft-mentioned in the Halo mythos but never fleshed-out, the fall of Reach gets its own game; Halo: Reach is due out Fall 2010 and focuses on the events before the first Halo.
We thought this was Wii parody, but Microsoft’s Project Natal is the (pseudo) real deal; hammy paid actors and fake games aside, we’re intrigued by the controller-less interface.
We finally get some gameplay to chew on for Halo 3: ODST in the trailer above; Master Chief will be missed, but the revamped graphics and new abilities have us cleaning our battle rifles.
NauticFish’s Waterwall Pro 500 watch looks good on land and underwater, with 500m of resistance, a 120-click diver bezel, Luminova phosphorescent dial and 4.0 mm sapphire crystal.
No longer hamstrung by that silly “there can be only two” rule, this E3 trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic packs more Sith than you can shake a lightsaber at and is flat-out awesome.
School’s out and summer is upon us, which means hordes of tourists; for those who prefer to be left alone, Reason Clothing’s Go Love Your Own City is a polite way of saying GTFO.
Andy Doro’s Electronic Dreams Table is literally a bright idea: 60 LEDs light up when electromagnetic devices are nearby, thanks to circuits that detect energy using induction coils.
Men have largely moved on from saving damsels in distress to cooking juicy ribeye steaks, but this Swashbuckling BBQ Sword lets them do both; it’s a 19″ long skewer with double-tongs.
Things are looking up for Neal Bailey’s self-named Bailey Blade XTR: it now has private financing, a larger facility and a slew of new pics; it’ll pack a 5.4L V8 good for 750hp.
After their Sex & Violence trailer and now this cinematic E3 trailer, it’s becoming clear that BioWare is positioning Dragon Age: Origins as the RPG of choices for badasses everywhere.
This ain’t your garden-variety tool: Leatherman’s Vista Hunting Pruner carves up terrain, not tulips, with a serrated knife, saw, wire-cutters, screwdrivers, and awl–all in a fold-up design.
Breno Pineschi’s Suco de Laranja is a stop-motion video that uses oranges, melba toast and a juice squeezer to create a synthesizer that any DJ would love to take for a spin.
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