Tag Archive: BadAss


In all the recent Batman games (Arkham City, Arkham Asylum, Arkham Origins), I’ve always thrilled to Bat-grapple my way to the roof tops, occasionally base-jumping down to glide kick some nasty thug just asking for that special brand of Bat… Read more ›

Mobile developer Vivid Games has dropped a new trailer for its forthcoming open world actioner Godfire: Rise of Prometheus and — wow! If I wasn’t excited about getting my Greek mythological badass on prior to watching these tantalizing glimpses of what’s… Read more ›

If you’re like me, spending $ 60 on a game these days is rare. I may have too many game consoles connected to my television, and I may have way too many games on my Steam account, not to mention my… Read more ›

This badass business card is made from an iPhone screen

Every year at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, a million and one business cards get handed out. Most end up in a desk drawer or, worse, the circular file. But last year one card stood out. This glass business card is made… Read more ›

Badland game adds a new set of bad-ass missions

Frogmind’s excellent Badland has just been updated — adding ten new levels to what was already a fantastic game. For those who haven’t played it before, Badland is well worth downloading. It’s a flapping game, but one that will cleanse your… Read more ›

Is This the Most Bad-Ass iPhone 5 Case Yet?

ElementCase is now selling (for pre-order) the limited edition Sector 5 Black Ops iPhone 5 case for military and espionage types.

It features a non-glare anodized finish with super gripping edges, back and corner.

It comes with a “tactical holster” and a “non-glare privacy screen” and “Black Ops CNC machined amber RF inserts,” whatever the heck those are.

It’s not cheap, though. The SRP is $ 199.95, and it ships December 6.

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Pelican’s S140 Elite Tablet Backpack with its waterproof/crushproof/apocalypse-proof compartment

Pelican made a name for itself making tough cases for the military, firemen and other hazardous sorts who generally place their delicate gadgets in harm’s way. Now they’ve taken their extreme-environment case technology and built four new backpacks around it — two of which have crushproof/waterproof compartments.

The four new ProGear Sport packs have user-unfriendly model numbers, so bear with me here: the laptop-carrying S100 Elite  [Read More...]