This was inevitable but certainly unexpected.
During last night’s string of shows at PAX East, Anamanaguchi revealed that they’re “doing the music for Scott Pilgrim the video game” that’s being published by Ubisoft. According to Attract Mode, O’Malley is heavily involved with the game to ensure it doesn’t, you know, …
Welcome to another episode of the Techland Show. Lev is still out this week on vacation, but fret not, he makes his triumphant return next week with Gabe and Tycho from Penny Arcade! So please stop complaining about the lack of Lev around here. It really does wonders for the morale of the Hive Mind. Really.
We went for the trifecta …
Doug and I are here in Boston prepping for PAX East and we stumbled upon this live action trailer for Ubisoft’s upcoming Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. As good as Activision’s Modern Warfare series is, I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for the Ghost Recon series. This, of course, shows zero gameplay, but hints at …
The Universal Gadget Wrist Charger (ThinkGeek.com, $35) is as nerdy as it is useful. Check out the above video for more information about the product and how you can win it away from yours truly. I’m going to miss it terribly.
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It’s amazing what a little menacing music can do to a film clip.
Here, we get an awesome glimpse at Han Solo’s reaction to Leia’s revelation that Luke is actually her brother. Yeah, that kiss was the retrospective “ICK” heard round the world. Enjoy.
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This week, Steve and I break down the 96th day clause, Warlock lovers, Hit-Girl’s foul mouth, my love of sound manipulators and Lucy Van Pelt.
If anyone has seen Lev Grossman, please give me a call. I’m worried.
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I took a look at the HP Mini 5102 netbook and recorded the entire process in the above video. I cut out the bad stuff and left in the good stuff.
I reviewed the base level model, which sells for $415. It’s got a 1.66GHz Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard drive, 4-cell battery and Windows 7 Starter. The screen measures 10.1 …
Made for anyone whose shameless Web presence was cut short due to family members infiltrating social media, this video has been gaining viral-levels of attention this week. On the surface, it pokes fun at the ‘clueless’ appearance of older family members’ attempts at navigating social media, when it’s actually proving that maybe it’s the …
Like any other day, I’ve been cruising the Web looking for neat content to share with you guys. It’s unclear if any of you fine patrons of
Nerd World Techland are interested in board sports, so I passed on the Channel Islands (PRODUCT) RED Double Helix M-13 and the Teva Illum sandals, which I find stupid. Oh, and don’t even get me …
The book trailer for the upcoming Austen-zombie prequel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls dropped today in all it’s gory brilliance.
Here, we get a first look at the Bennet girls in training to kick ass and defend their home from the undead, plus a montage of a few great zombie slays. Though book trailers can be …
As you all know by now I rarely watch trailers or leaked footage of any movie I’m mildly interested in. Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming Predators reboot is no different. The above clip was revealed at SXSW. I don’t know anything other than the “original” Predator making an appearance along with an “updated and nastier breed.” Enjoy!
Oh NASA, your nerdy space musicals delight me so.
This five-minute ditty features a NASA scientist who explains the infrared technology of the Spitzer Space Telescope and its difference from other telescopes like Hubble.
Infrared/ Capturing the heat instead/ There is light in the sky that we can’t see/ In the darkest parts of the …