A Little Tenderness - Kotaku editorial director Joel Johnson whispers sweet nothings into the ear of deputy editor Stephen Totilo after a Ubisoft event in New York City where alcohol was clearly served. (Photo by Brian Crecente)
If an iPhone game can surprise me, like Magnetic Baby does (but just a little), it's because I seem to have become accustomed to playing with gravity and leaping through wormholes and understanding the physics of sentient little blobs in my video games. More »
In the mid 1700's an Arab Amir took on the military might of Dutch colonials occupying Iran's Kharg Island, capturing their fort and liberating the southern Iranian cities from colonial rule. More »
Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer Will Borrow Gun-on-Gun Feel of Call of Duty 4, De-Emphasize Verticality of MW2
A reduction of the number of so-called hotspots on the multiplayer maps of Modern Warfare 3 will alter and accelerate the flow of action in this fall's installment of the Call of Duty franchise juggernaut, one of the game's creators told Kotaku this week in New York City. More »
Buried in today's news that Netflix is now live on Nintendo's 3DS portable was a potentially much bigger piece of information: The mammoth movie and TV streaming service plans to start streaming 3D content soon. But apparently Netflix knew nothing about a 3D service being announced. More »
YouTube user TehN1ppe posts ten hour clips. Ten hours! Ten hours of endless loops, like Mario climbing a vine. For ten hours. Or Mudkip. Yep, Mah, Hiep, Mah, Hiep. More »
Come with me as I explore the magical world of streaming video with the newly-released Netflix app for the Nintendo 3DS. Have all of our portable entertainment dreams come true? More »
Damn, they're cute. Not the girl—her ears. She is a catgirl—a female with cat ears. To underscore their feline traits, some have cat teeth,and even cat eyes. More »
It's finally time. Welcome to the last Kotaku Game Club discussion of Shadows of the Damned. Today we're talking about Act 5, the game's ending and our final thoughts.
It should go without saying, but since we're talking about the ending here, we'll be extra careful: More »
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