It’s not as large as the Alien Queen, but this Lifesize Alien Bust more than makes up for it with its horrifically awesome details; it’s created from the same molds used in the original movie.
It may be technical and a bit abstract, but FPS players will enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at Running Man; it’s an upcoming preview slice (similar to Bullseye) for Interstellar Marines.
This Flowfield Pathfinding trailer for Supreme Commander 2 may be boring graphics-wise, but it’s very exciting for RTS fans: the UW algorithm blows traditional A* out of the water.
Show your coworkers who’s boss with this Alien 18″ Figure (22″ when upright); it not only includes an extendable inner mouth, but everything from the neck to the tail articulates.
Stay a-head of the Overwatch with this 1:4 scale Headcrab Plush; measuring only 6″ it can only wrap its claws around tiny noggins, but at least you’ll only need a tiny crowbar to kill it.
If you liked yesterday’s 1945A, Project Arbiter takes two steps back to 1943 but at least four steps forward in terms of awesomeness; mobile armored suits in WW2 = nuts!
It’s hard to differentiate the gameplay from the cinematics in this Gameplay Reveal trailer for Transformers: War For Cybertron, but that’s a good thing; Autobots roll out 6/22/10.
The “A” stands for alternate reality in Ryan Nagata’s 1945A, shot on a $2,000 budget; in it, the Nazis spring a lumbering diesel-punk surprise on the Allies just before the end of WW2.
Info on Metro 2033’s beasties oozes out slower than Moscow traffic at rush hour, but this fast-paced Kill or Be Killed trailer gives us a few more glimpses at their monstrous Dark Ones.
True to its name, Infinite Space is surprisingly deep for a DS game; this Domination Trailer shows off ship customization, which is enough to make any space geek trip the light fantastic.
Make time traveling a total blast from the past: The Time Traveler’s Handbook teaches you how to survive the Black Death, play Mayan football, tackle a T. Rex, and more.
Dawn of War II: Chaos Rising’s new units sow chaos of their own in this explosive trailer; it includes the Weird Boy, Librarian, Tyrant Guards, Genestealers, and Wraithguards.
It wasn’t humanoid like the Final Five, but this Cylon Teddy Bear will at least warm your heart before raining nukes on the Colonies; it’s equipped with the Larson Scanner LED KIT.
If you’ve run out of Wonderflonium, fear not: Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog arrives on Blu-ray 5/25/10; it’ll include audio commentary, a making-of documentary, and bonus footage.
Loaded with an arsenal that rivals small countries, this 12″ Sarah Connor figure will send any cybernetic organism packing; includes assault rifle, shotgun, pistol, and combat knife.
We’re the first to admit we don’t quite get Mongrel’s Creed, but we’re intrigued by its mix of dystopic sci-fi and black comedy; no word on when the full 11 minute short will be released.
We’re up to our pointy blue ears in Avatar parodies, but The Midnight Show’s Avatar… with Babies will make you a true Pandora believer … or it’ll make you poop in your pants.
R2D2 phone home: E.T. apparently wasn’t the only extraterrestrial stranded on a strange world in this Moon Wars t-shirt, although we regret to inform him that that’s no moon.
Mega Man 8-Bit Deathmatch mixes Mega Man with Doom 2, turning the original 8-bit sprites and textures into a 3D shooter; the fan-created game aims to recreate Mega Man 1-6.
At nearly 8 feet tall and weighing over 1,200 lbs, we’re not sure if we’d rather be stuck with this Alien Queen Sculpture or the real thing; it’s made from over 4,000 pieces of recycled steel.
Hasbro’s Star Wars AT-AT gets galactically sized; 24″ tall and 28″ long, it fits up to 20 figures inside and includes a zip-line, articulated legs, LED lights, sounds, and a pop-out speeder bike.
Firefly captains can learn the New Canaan run with the Atlas of the Verse: Volume One; the giant 12″x16″ book features 26 full-color pages and 11 planetary systems on 100 lb. paper.
Its signature howl is the last thing SG-1 wants to hear, but this Death Glider makes an ideal gift for Goa’uld and Tau’ri alike; it includes a Stargate/DHD diorama and is limited to 1500.
There’s no word on a U.S. release, but we’re liking Zonad’s mix of quirky humor, 50s-style American suburbia and B-movie sci-fi themes; it’s due out in Ireland March 19, 2010.
Death metal band Madder Mortem’s video for Where Dream & Day Collide is a sci-fi mashup that’s too good to pass up; it’s a delicious blend of steampunk, fantasy, Avatar, and The Matrix.
It’s a pity this District 9 Arc Generator is sold out, because we’d love to get our hands/claws/whatever on it; the full-size movie replica is limited to 200 pieces (may require alien DNA).
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