It’s still cold here, so we’re glad Alpha Industries is offering this classically styled fighter pilot jacket. We like the knit trim and the “Remove Before Flight” keychain. It also reverses to bright orange, making you visible for rescue missions.
Robert Leckie’s Helmet for My Pillow gets a re-issue for its TV adaptation in HBO’s The Pacific; it’s the real account of a WW2 Marine who fought in Guadalcanal, New Britain, and Peleliu.
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!
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.
Saving Private Ryan arrives on Blu-ray 5/4/10: it’s a two-disc set with 2.35:1 1080p HD, English 5.1 DTS-HD audio, and 3 hours of bonuses including 8 featurettes and 2 documentaries.
It looks purely visual, but it’s what’s beneath the waves that counts in this Silent Hunter 5 trailer; campaigns are dynamically driven by player decisions with 160 ports and 10,500 ships.
Actual aviators may want to look elsewhere, but Wings of Prey is ideal for casual WW2 fighter fans; it includes six theatres of war, 50 missions, 40+ planes, multiplayer, and future DLC.
Own a piece of WW2 history with this Spitfire Sculpture; limited to 24 pieces, it’s crafted from the Spitfire engine of an RAF ace who fought in the Battle of Britain; #13-24 sit on engine conrods.
While we’ve enjoyed the tactical and strategic aspects of R.U.S.E.’s past trailers, this gameplay trailer focuses on the macro-level of war: namely, explosions, and lots of them.
With a typical patrol running 10 hours, it’s best that periscope up equals upgraded graphics; this 3D Engine trailer shows off submarine sim Silent Hunter 5’s new graphic engine.
Nothing beats repurposing a giant gun, especially when it’s used to take out Nazis: this explosive AA Gun trailer for The Saboteur wraps up with a pair of big, blimpy bada-booms.
History Channel’s WWII in HD comes to DVD/Blu-ray 1/15/10; culled from 3,000 hours of footage and soldier’s diaries, the 3-disc set features nearly 8 hours of full color video in Dolby SS 5.1.
This Getting Started trailer for The Saboteur shows it’s not all stealth and subterfuge; anyone who gets to race cars, blow up blimps and liberate France is having a pretty good day.
Sam Van Olffen’s WW2 Dieselpunk reimagines Allied and Axis leaders with steampunk bodies and armies; Stalinator may be steely, but Churchill Omnicron looks ready to kick Nazi ass.
We’re not quite sold on Wolfenstein, but this Zeppelin Trailer is a Nazi hunter’s dream: you’ll get to take out everything from jetpack Nazis and ghoul Nazis to plain old ugly Nazis.
Inglourious Basterds gets a second trailer which is even more irreverent than the first, albeit with some tidbits on the plot: it’s essentially an amped up version of Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie.
This trailer for The Saboteur reveals little, both in terms of gameplay and censored naughty bits; still, we’re intrigued by setting: it’s an adventure serial-style FPS set in WW2.
Just in time for their 5/13 release date, this launch trailer for Battlestations: Pacific is basically war porn: it’s filled with dizzyingly fast edits plus bullets and explosions galore.
This Battle for Leyte Gulf trailer for Battlestations: Pacific reenacts the infamous kamikaze runs on the American carrier fleets during WWII and sends chills up our spine every time.
Remember Indiana Jones, before it was ruined? This cinematic intro for Wolfenstein is nothing short of bad ass, with plenty of Nazi butt kicking and secret weapons a-la Temple of Doom.
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