Turns out that Rango the video game could be as good as last year's Toy Story 3.

I loved Toy Story 3, but more importantly Tristan loved it and he's the one saying Rango could be better. I'll be checking it out tonight probably.

Totally unrelated, how weird is it that THQ sent me two remote control quadracopters in the mail? So weird, even if a form of them appear in Homefront.

Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeSixty-Year Old Technology Could Change the Face of Gaming

The future of gaming is more than 60 years old. Back in the 1950s, researchers started playing around with a technology that would allow them to store data in a form of memory that had no moving parts. More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeIndie Gaming's Weird Winner Nidhogg, Acted Out For You

What is Nidhogg? It's an orange man vs. a yellow man. It's a fencing football game. It's about dragons and it's the winner of the 2011 Nuovo Award, which means its great at being experimental/artsy/peculiar More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeFirst Look At The New Silent Hill Movie's Leading Lady

The second Silent Hill movie-based on the third video game-is now filming, with the newly revealed Adelaide Clemens taking on the role of Heather Mason, the playable teenage daughter of Harry Mason from Silent Hill 3. Silent Hill: More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeThe Dark Knight, Too Triumphant?

Batman can't fly. Not in the comics. Not in the movies. Not even in the upcoming video game Batman Arkham City, despite what you might infer from some of the game's screenshots. The Dark Knight of Arkham City nevertheless seems like a more powerful Batman than the one we last played in Batman... More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeBattleheart Is A Touching Take On Strategy Role-Playing

Bringing together a party of four diverse fantasy adventures on the field of battle has never been quite as touching as it is in Mika Mobile's Battleheart for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeGeneration Kill, Hurt Locker, Black Hawk Down, All Are Inspiration For Battlefield 3

You can't make a first-person shooter without a story driving it. Gone, it seems, are the days of Battlefield games that are just that: A virtual battlefield. That doesn't mean that Battlefield 3 will be any less a Battlefield game, just that it won't just focus on the multiplayer gaming that made... More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeKotaku Looking for Eager Interns in NYC

Aspiring writers: Kotaku is bringing in another round of editorial interns! Do you… • Live in the New York City metro area? • Are you over 18? More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeCan You Beat A Computer At One Of The World's Oldest Games?

As the world continues its love affair with Watson. the Jeopardy champion computer, The New York Times creates a simple online game that demonstrates how an artificial intelligence can outsmart a human at a slightly simpler game. More »


Homefront's In-Game Quadracopter Comes to LifeSee Wonderland Torn Apart In Alice: Madness Returns

After seeing countless teaser trailers and bits of concept art of American McGee's Alice: Madness Returns, how does the gameplay footage stack up? It's even better. More »


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