Cutters - Cut The Rope plushes mint in box, as seen at an Electronic Arts held event in New York City today. (Photo by Brian Crecente)
MapleStory, the blockbuster Korean MMO game, has turned up on more platforms than just the PC. It's on the Nintendo DS, for example! It's also available on Apple's iOS platforms. More »
Commenter BrawlKarter is looking for a way to record his video game footage. Hell, a lot of people are looking to record their video game footage. Let's tell 'em how in today's Speak Up on Kotaku. More »
Bastion is a brand-new game out on Xbox Live Arcade this week. I've been playing it in advance of release for a few days and have been loving it. I'm pretty sure it's very good, but I'm also pretty sure that this is the kind of game people like me who grew up playing the Super Nintendo are... More »
Every two weeks, we weigh in on our favorite selections on Xbox Live's indie channel. These are not Microsoft-approved games. They're created by everyone from the average Joe to upstart game companies, and reviewed by users like you.
We list the stand-outs here and in the Kotaku's Favorites channel... More »
Activision will be tightening up the graphics on 2010's GoldeneEye 007 for the Wii—the re-imagining of the 1997 Nintendo 64 game of the same name—bringing it to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 as GoldenEye 007 Reloaded. More »
A century's worth of traditions spread over 100 teams makes college football one of the top subjects when sports fans start gumming How It Really Oughta Be: More »
For the past few weeks I have found myself returning to my favourite multiplayer game of last year, Battlefield: Bad Company 2. It's a punchy rascal of a game, but it also hints at plenty of things that could be better in the future, and reminds us of lots of things that have been better in the past. Things that might be better in Battlefield 3. More »
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