Avatar Kinect got its big reveal this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, but the long-rumored PlayStation Phone did not. And hours ago, at its own event, Nintendo marched out the 3DS and eight titles due for its Japan launch.
Welcome to the first full week of 2011. More coverage is still flowing back from Las Vegas, where CES is winding up. Elsewhere, reviews of Back to the Future: Episode One, ilomilo, and Lost In Shadow, plus news that Augusta National and The Masters would make their first appearance in a mass-market video game, rounded out the week of highlights in Kotaku's original reporting.
Reviews, Previews, Hands-On and Impressions
Review: ilomilo's Surprising Depth Is A Matter Of Perception
Review: 'Lost In Shadow' And The Six-Hour Wait For A Wonderful Eureka
Pinball FX2: Marvel Pinball Tingles My Silver Ball Sense
Review: Back To The Future Episode 1 Doesn't Hit 88mph
iGame of the Day
Super Mario Bros. By Way Of Edward Gorey, On An iPhone
Flying Hamster Teaches Us about The Beer And The Bees
Perfect Cell Is A Great Escape
Colorbind Is The Excellent iPhone Game I Meant To Buy
The Excellent iPhone Game I Bought Because Of A Misunderstanding
The PSP For Girls
So, This Kinect Thing Is Popular With The Humans
This PSP Is Black And White And Final Fantasy All Over
Gaming's Newest Console Is...A Bunch Of Blocks?
Why Minecraft Is So Damn Popular
No Love For Store-Exclusive Bonus Items
One Valid Excuse For Sucking At Fighting Games
Where Do You Buy Your Video Games?
Are You A Video Game Hoarder?
In Search Of Serious Science Fiction Gaming Epics
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