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We enjoy a good Gears of War montage like anyone else, but this one holds a special place in our hearts. This minute long massacre features Aaron Griffin whom happens to be voiced by Ice-T. Yes we know ‘Ice Loves Coco,’ but apparently he loves kicking ass as well.
The Rocketeer just celebrated its 20th anniversary a few days back, we feel old, how about you? In what can only be interpreted as a tribute, an animator by the name of John Banana and his team have put together a short. We must say the presentation is pretty nice and if this got the official nod from Disney for a straight to blu-ray release, we’d be all over this. Take a look at all the animated nostalgia after the break.
Shortly after releasing their official Kinect SDK for Windows, developers have already started cranking out interesting tools. A gent by the name of Kevin Connolly has put together the Minority Report experience that people visualize when Kinect comes to mind. Thought it is still a work in progress, it is pretty darn cool. Be sure to check out the video after the break. We have to warn you that you may hear his mouse crying in the background, since this could very well be its replacement someday.
It’s probably not a good idea to ask a room full of people to put their cameras away, because you’re going to show them something “super confidential.” However that’s exactly what Nokia CEO Stephen Elop did. Codenamed “Sea Ray” pictured above is the first Nokia phone to officially be running the Windows Phone OS. This device favors Nokia’s N9, but make no mistake about it, its running Windows 7 Mango. We’re gonna chalk this one up as a publicity stunt, either that or Stephen Elop being too gullible for words. Short video along with a couple more still shots after the break.
When we first saw Kinect a couple of years ago we instantly wondered how first-person action would feel without a controller. In today’s age, everyone seems to associate first-person gaming with military-style shooters. It’s almost as if classic arcade rail shooters have been almost completely forgotten. So what happens when you take a Microsoft’s motion sensor and mix in a little grindhouse action? You walk away with something known as Rise of Nightmares, which reminds us a lot of House of the Dead. Don’t believe us? Take a look for yourself! Full video after the break.
While making an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime shared a few upcoming titles. For starters Reggie showed some Kid Icarus AR gameplay, then showed a taste of Skyward Sword. As you’ll most likely be able to tell from Jimmy Fallon’s enthusiasm the games are pretty cool. Of course Reggie had to close things out with a touch of the new Wii U and this time the console got a little face time! The Focus was still on the controller, but hey at least the machine was there. Though he didn’t give up an official release date, he did say that the new system will release after April 2012. So by our count, we’d expect to see something released either just before or immediately after 2012′s E3. Oh and here’s a little spoiler, Reggie gave everybody in attendance a copy of Ocarina of Time 3D. Check out the energetic video after the break.
It appears that somebody threw the switch on Verizon’s YouTube channel leaking an ad for an unannounced Honeycomb tablet. The device featured in the commercial only bears Verizon branding, but looks a whole lot like a follow up to the Motorola Xoom. Though this would be extremely early for a Xoom sequel, stranger things have happened. This could also be an ad for the Xoom getting the highly anticipated LTE upgrade. Whatever the case may be, it appears a new Honeycomb tablet is bound for Verizon. Take a look at the video after the break.
Nothing like a good teaser to tease! L.A. Noire’s ‘Nicholson Electroplating’ DLC case will be up for grabs next Tuesday. Detective Cole Phelps will have his work cut out for him. If you listened carefully you heard the name of a famous aviator during this intense trailer. We can’t help but remind you that you can score all of the game’s DLC by picking up the Rockstar Pass for $12.