MGS fans will love Flash Gear Solid VR Trainer; it not only includes the much-beloved cardboard box but it can be played both top-down and from a first person view. Thanks, Ray!
While we were mildly disappointed by Lambo’s Estoque, Peugeot’s RC Hymotion4 concept is a stunner in terms of looks, mileage and speed: it gets 52.3 mpg and goes 0-60 in 4s.
Shown at ResFest 2006, The Tale of How is brilliant yet twisted, with Monty Python-esque animations and a truly trippy soundtrack. So that’s what happened to the Dodo bird…
You can never have too many 18.4″ laptops: Acer’s 8930 Gemstone will max out with a T9400 CPU, 4GB RAM, a GeForce 9700M GT, Blu-ray, HDMI out, 802.11 Draft-N and 2x320GB drives.
Coming out two weeks before the film on 11/4, the Quantum of Solace game is looking downright fantastic, with solid, visceral takedowns and Daniel Craig’s voice to add realism.
TN Games’ 3RD Space Vest is finally adding support for World of Warcraft players; the vest offers 3D “tactile sensory stimuli,” no word yet on whether the vest will Stop Poking Me.
The perfect gift for your robot overlord, Tokibots are solid metal alarm clocks, replete with bolts, springs and articulating limbs. Our top pick: TANK, who likes demolition derbies.
Ergonomic mice aren’t anything new, but HandshoeMouse’s saddle shape seems to make sense: the entire hand rests on the mouse, allowing it to relax and minimize tension.
The Germans are known for producing solid goods, and das Panzerbike is no exception: touted as the world’s heaviest bike at 4.7 tons it’s powered by a 12 cylinder tank engine.
Ninna Helena’s Powernap Chairs look downright dangerous; they’re made with laser cut 1.5mm steel which is welded together; it’s padded with hard foam so you don’t impale yourself.
OMF-LEGO: check out these pics from Zombie Apocafest, which took place this weekend in Seattle at BrickCon 2008; it was sponsored by The Brothers Brick, BrickArms and Valve.
Forget dainty netbooks: Dell’s 17″ M6400 laptop is top of the line all the way, with a 1 GB Quadro FX 3700M card, quad core CPU and a whopping 16 GB of RAM. Thanks, Craig!
With respect to our Japanese friends, Commando 2 is still a very fun, side-scrolling shooter. Packed with weapons and bosses, it’s set in World War II China during the occupation.
Always eager to gobble up twisties, Mazda’s 2009 MX-5 receives a 500 rpm rev limit boost, a crisper, sportier engine note, a refreshed give-point grille and wider rear bumper.
Plaid seems way old school but it actually works quite well with these Nike Air Force 1 Premium ’07s; the upper is a mix of brown leather in the front and tartan flannell in the back.
Keith Loutit combines the now popular tilt shift technique and stop motion photography in this quirky video. It’s filmed at Tamarama Beach in Sydney, Australia.
Prepare for Dia de Los Muertos with this awesome Muerte Dulce t-shirt; it’s got a great New Orleans kitschy skull thing going, with three colors dyed into a black American Apparel tee.
Although light on action, this latest cinematic trailer for Halo Wars explores a bit of the backstory to the game; it’s set at Harvest, approximately 20 years before Halo: Combat Evolved.
While $2k seems steep for an isolated exercise machine, we like the Ab Solo’s creative merger of shooting hoops and doing crunches; it even keeps score. Feel the burn!
Boy Genius Report has snagged some BlackBerry Storm 9530 docs with specs and more; it’ll sport a 3.25″ 480×360 screen, portrait and landscape views, and a 3.2 MP camera.
A direct challenge to Amazon’s Kindle, Sony’s PRS-700 is an ebook reader with a 6″ touchscreen that reads finger swipes; there’s still no wireless, but we dig the slate color scheme.
Yet another crazy French bastard, above is a video of human bobsled Jean-Yves Blondeau (aka BuggyRollin) racing Japanese biker George Takahashi. Staged, but still fun.
The Space Wreck is a t-shirt you’ll need to inspect closely; it sports an exploded, armor-plated sailing ship cruising the cosmos (for lusty three-armed space wenches, no doubt).
Honda’s DN-01 is designed to rope-in riders looking for alternatives to gas guzzling cars. It gets an automatic transmission with manual shift mode, low seat height, and storage.
It may be nearly two years old, but Neverwinter Nights 2 still continues to see action on our PC. Above is a trailer for its expansion pack Storm of Zehir; it’ll be available Nov. 18.
This tennis sneaker collab between Alife Rivington Cub and Lacoste looks great, with high-contrast colorways. The white and red are already sold out, but black and purple are still available.
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