The Best Videos Of The Week

Maybe you were swamped at the office this week and couldn't check your favourite video sites. Or maybe you could use a distraction. Whatever the case, we've got you covered. Here are some of the best videos we watched during the week that was.

What Microsoft Thinks the Future Will Look Like

Two things. One, we're going to need a lot of hand sanitiser if Microsoft is right about the all-touch-everything future. Two, I'm surprised how much I like Microsoft's vision-it's futuristic, natural and metro-y. View »

The 10 Best Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson Lines... In The World

He might not be as fast as Tanner Foust or as handsome as John Hamm, but he got you and your mum and your mum's mum to start talking about cars. Here are what Jalopnik readers consider to be Clarkson's 10 best lines from Top Gear... View »

The Blizzcon 2011 Costume Contest Winner Must Be Seen to Be Believed

In a show filled with people dressed in cardboard copies of World of Warcraft armour a woman dressed up as the Adjutant from Starcraft completely stole the show at BlizzCon's 2011 costume contest. View »

Where Tokyo Meets Blade Runner

Phew. All this video game stuff, especially Battlefield 3 stuff, is wearing me out. Time to take a few minutes to chill, relax, watch a soothing movie where footage of modern-day Tokyo is played to the accompaniment of the Blade Runner soundtrack. View »

Drunk Driving PSA Proves Everyone In New Zealand Is Funnier Than You

Have you ever seen a drunk-driving PSA aimed at teens that doesn't condescend to its audience and absolutely nails the humour? Now you have. View »

Conan Knows How We're Really Using Siri

Apple's recent ad highlights the productive ways Siri can be used, like for scheduling meetings, firing off text messages or reminding you of appointments. But Conan's crack editing team enhanced that ad with a glimpse at how iPhone 4S owners are probably actually putting Siri's infinite wisdom to the test. View »

This Pac-Man Video Proves Children Are The Ultimate Video Game Peripherals

Not only did Nathan and Jen Glemboski use the lure of sweet, puffy marshmallows to lure their child into playing a real-life version of the arcade classic Pac-Man, they then sent the link into a gaming blog for our amusement. View »

Watch Pumpkins Getting Smashed (And Unsmashed) In Super Slow Motion

Sure, it was an iconic band some decades back, but have you ever actually smashed a pumpkin? What about watching them get shattered to bits and put back together at 1000fps? View »

The 10 Coolest Cars In TV Show Intros

How else is your TV hero going to crash into all those cardboard boxes, through those panes of glass or over that explosion other than with some awesome car? View »


Comments

    Yay for game related news...oh wait...

      Kotaku US continues to amaze and astound.

    Well, I enjoyed the videos Matt.

    The Microsoft "future" video isn't so amazing - but that page has a link to the AT&T 1993 predictions - and they are SCARY close to how our world actually is. Borrowing books on the internet? Done. GPS in most cars? Done. Pay-toll automatically? We have that. Send emails and notices to almost anyone at anytime anywhere? Yep, got that too. Watch films at your convenience at the touch of a button? Yeah, we have that. What was amazingly futuristic in 1993 is commonplace and ordinary today. I can only imagine what the world will be like in another 18 years, provided we haven't nuked ourselves to oblivion by then.

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