This latest Fly High trailer for Wheelman has us even more excited over the Burnout meets GTA hybrid; Vin Diesel’s character carjacks by leaping from one vehicle to the next. Thanks, Janne!
GlueFO 2.0 is a sticky remake of Asteroids, where your ammo comes from the targets themselves; although controlling your ship is easy, it’s balanced by the frenetic pace of the game.
While Wolfenstein’s first trailer was merely good, this latest Occult Trailer is flat-out fantastic; it’s filled with eye-watering energy weapons, explosions and disintegrating Nazis.
This isn’t the first time Mega Man has dipped his toe in the third dimension, but Peter Sjâ€šÃ Ã¶â€šÃ Ã‡strand’s trippy, swooping 2.5D version of Mega Man 2 stays true to his 8-bit NES roots.
Demigod’s Vampire Lord trailer gives us some juicy gameplay details; you’ll get minions a-la Overlord, tactical “war points” like DoW2, and super zoom-out like Supreme Commander.
We’re really looking forward to the coming of age plot of Overlord II, as revealed in the trailer above; also: a tyranny system which lets you choose between destruction and domination.
Frontline Defense doesn’t innovate the tower defense genre, but we still wasted a good hour on it; it has a near-future feel to it, mixing infantry and machine gunners with Tesla towers.
It’s unclear whether “What’s In The Box” is a fan-made film or a viral video for Half Life 2: Ep. 3, but it’s absolutely awesome; we’re not sure how long it’ll stay up, so watch it now!
A Bejeweled-like game that lets you easily layoff folks and use bank bailouts, Layoff seems tasteless at first. However, each victim has a story, making it poignant social commentary.
Apple’s iPhone OS 3.0 gets several much requested features: copy and paste, MMS, over 1,000 new API functions, and Spotlight; it’ll be available for free to iPhone owners this summer.
Our eyes are watering, but in a good way: this debut trailer for as-yet unnamed Game #3 is epic both in terms of action and music; it’s by the same folks who did Castle Crashers.
This trailer for Alpha Protocol finally gives us gameplay to chew on; the RPG focuses on a CIA agent who is betrayed by his superiors and forced to uncover a conspiracy.
Replica starts off a simple mimicry game, but just wait until they introduce 180 and 90 degree transformations; dust off those spatial orientation skills, because you’ll need ’em.
Skin on the iPhone isn’t a new concept, but this Pin Up Weather app makes it just barely safe for work, with an often scantily-clad girl that teases you until you get the day’s forecast.
Turn 24’s Jack Bauer into a chick, put him/her into a Splinter Cell-ish stealth game and you’ve got the gist of Velvet Assassin; you play a spy sent to infiltrate German lines in WWII.
This Invisible Predator trailer for Arkham Asylum shows off what we like best about Batman: namely, his use of stealth (dropping in from above: sick) and abundance of gadgets.
Google Earth 5.0 also comes with enhancements for the other (red) planet: Mars will get nearly-live imagery from the Odyssey and Reconnaisance Orbiter as well as 3D viewing.
Call of Duty: World at War’s Nazi Zombies mode gets a proper trailer above; it’s an all-you-can-eat zombie buffet, filled with swarms of crawling undead, cola powerups and electric gates.
Filled with Zack Snyder/300-style slo-mo shots and a rockin’ sound track, we were amazed that this gorgeous Beauty of Power trailer for Infamous uses only in-game footage.
Most games are about avoiding death, but Bloody Fun Day lets you play as the Grim Reaper himself; it’s a puzzle game where your goal is to kill–but with an eye on sustainability.
We’ve always liked the “OMG they’re invading America!” shock value of World In Conflict, and this launch trailer for Soviet Assault is no different; “war comes home” 11/09.
Phone consolidator GrandCentral is back, this time as Google Voice; it’s still not available to the public, but has been retooled to be an email inbox for voicemail messages.
It’s titled Weapons & Vehicles, but this trailer for Red Faction: Guerilla really should be called Freaking Awesome Explosions; we’re most excited about the way buildings disintegrate.
The Wii has been hurting for a good FPS, but this Conspiracy Trailer for The Conduit looks solid: the story is about an alien invasion of Washington, D.C. via the eponymous Conduits.
Just in case you thought Wolverine’s claws were decorative, this Uncaged Trailer is basically 1 minute 40 seconds of Logan tearing into everything; dude’s got serious issues.
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