This Sci vs. Fi doc for Mass Effect 2 sounds technical, but it actually waxes philosophical on having a free world with a fixed ending, the virtues of sci-fi, and the interactivity of games.
NSFW or anyone who’s had breakfast: this Killing Moves trailer for Aliens vs. Predator is so brutal and fast-paced we had to take a breather; seriously, not a good day to be a colonial marine.
Mass Effect 2’s Soldier class gets a gun-slingin’ trailer above; it’s the only class that can use assault rifles and all special ammo types, plus the concussive shot and adrenaline powers.
The Transformers: War for Cybertron video we teased last month? It’s back as a two minute trailer and it’s utterly awesome: Optimus and Megatron: “One shall stand…one shall fall!”
Mass Effect 2’s Subject Zero gets in Shepard’s face in the trailer above; the human biotic is also psychotic, unpredictable, and always pissed off–in other words, a perfect squad member.
The Rocketeer: The Deluxe Complete Edition is a tribute to Dave Stevens, who sadly passed in 2008; his comic inspired the 1991 film and is included along with never-before-seen drawings.
No kid on Beeblebrox would play space cowboys and indians without a thermionic shield emitter, but Mark finds out the hard way about his backwards neighbors in this Not Cool tee.
Post-apocalyptic horror shooter Metro 2033 gets a second Underground trailer; we’re introduced to the player’s character and learn about humanity’s mutant party crashers, the Homo Novus.
Moon lands on Blu-ray 1/12/2010; the mind-bending, character-driven sci-fi film is a mix of 2001 and Solaris and stars Sam Rockwell on a solitary three-year lunar mining mission.
Get up close and really personal with the Vanguard class in Mass Effect 2, which features a new biotic charge ability; use it to either quickly flank enemies or flee in a hurry.
Bill Owen’s District 9 case mod is Wikus-worthy: hand-weathered and distressed with rust surfacing and bullet holes, it includes the Prawn-DNA canister, alien lettering, and MNU logo.
Sure, Junkworks’ E.T.A. may be a sci-fi short film, but interstellar truck driver Marvin is a not so far-fetched look into our futures where life imitates art–however horrifyingly banal.
Arnold really meant it when he’d be back: this 12″, 1:6 scale T-800 figure is a spot-on replica of the Governator in Terminator 2, complete with detachable left endoskeleton arm.
NSFW: Duke Nukem Forever will forever be vaporware, but that hasn’t stopped fans; this live-action trailer is what the game should have been–campy, cigar-chomping, and kick-ass.
History Channel’s Life After People: The Series begins where the original film left off, with in-depth looks at the decay of cities like L.A. and London; it includes 10 episodes on 3 discs.
It’s a somewhat incoherent mix of Star Wars, 2001, and 2012, but sci-fi short film Energy Hunter scores points for excellent cinematography and some truly stunning locations.
MST3K fans will always watch movies with Tom Servo and Crow in mind, but these laser-cut Mst3shades literally keep them in your field of vision; plans here; Ponoko-version here.
Shipping 2/27/10, the 9″ tall Dr. Horrible Animated Maquette is more wonderflonium than horrible; it’s limited to 1,000 statues and includes his goggles and Freeze Ray gun.
Although perfect for JJ Abram’s new, sexi-fied film, these 7mm Star Trek Wetsuits are styled after The Original Series; choose from Command Yellow, Science Blue, and Engineering Red.
Shunichi Makin’s been busy ever since his mini-HAL 9000; he’s created not one but three super-deformed versions of Iron Man in papercraft, each with 3-4 printable PDF files.
It’ll be 2010 before we can name everything on this Science Fiction Screen Print; it’s a giant 14″x34″ poster with 61 robots, 58 aliens, and 30 icons from sci-fi film, tv, books, and games.
Quietus (Part 1, Part 2) is a glacially slow sci-fi short but still intriguing; it was shot on an 8k budget, filmed in the style of Kubrick’s 2001, and uses the same Death Valley locations as Star Wars.
Queen fans may want to plug their ears, but Luke Ski’s Battlestar Rhapsody is a parody fit for an Opera House; best lines: “All the Hell, WTF, FTL!” and “Nothing frakking matters to me…”
Despite exposition courtesy Dicaprio, this trailer for Inception does little to help us understand its plot; still, we’re liking the mind games aspect of this sci-fi thriller, due out summer 2010.
Though far shorter than previous trailers, these Assassin and Savage trailers for Mass Effect 2 manage to be both entertaining and succinct; in the deep words of Grunt: “I love to fight.”
Bioware co-founder Ray Muzyka gives us an overview of Mass Effect 2’s new features in this Upgrades Interview; he covers the improved combat system, exploration, and progression.
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