Action video makers Corridor Digital have created a very cool fight sequence using stop motion techniques that make it look like gravity was thrown out the window. The scene is super cool and you will certainly want to watch the video below a few times at least.
A robot battle challenge was made last week by MegaBots, Inc. and now Suidobashi Heavy Industry in Japan has responded. It seems that the company likes the idea of pitting their giant robots against each other in a duel.
There are several kinds of robots; those that are built scientific research, those that are built for factory tasks, rescue robots, and more. Some are built simply to fight other robots and then laugh at the other guy and brag.
The latest sport taking the world by storm is Roomba knife fighting. You can see the fight in the video below. Both Roombas have knives taped to them as they try to pop each other’s balloon as if in Mario Kart battle mode.
I’ve seen some pretty awesome videos involving Tesla coils over the years, but I have to say this is my new favorite. This video was captured at the recent Belfast Festival at Queens, Ireland, and it involves a couple of dudes going all Raiden on each other, firing bolts of electricity at one another.
I remember my first water balloon fight as if it were yesterday. I probably would’ve filled up those darned balloons way quicker if I had one of these Tie Knot Water Balloon Fillers, because I was clobbered and drenched to the bones by my unrelenting cousins.
…it’s just that this sort of brotherly love tends to be more about punching and less about hugging. Call it the Super Smash Bros. Call it domestic violence. But you know everyone wants to see this guy’s DSi when he whips it out in public!
Looking for something to give you the power to kick, punch and super combo your way through the day? Why not start the day right with a 24-pack of this sugary-sweet Street Fighter energy drink?
The cherry-flavored drink should give you enough raw energy to beat-’em-up just like Ken or Ryu.
These little toy robot kits from Japan do one thing and one thing only. They beat the crap out of each other.
Tamiya’s Robocraft boxing robots come in a kit that’s easy enough to assemble if you know your way around a screwdriver.