She's Published - My wife's book is in print. She got her first copy this week. Pretty damn cool to hold something in your hands someone you know, respect and love worked on for so long. Have a great weekend everyone. (Photo by Brian Crecente)
My very favorite video game show of the year, Germany's wonderful Gamescom, kicks off in less than two weeks. Don't forget, this is the show that not only is open to everyone who pays to get in, it also features beer and takes place in a very pretty city.
Here's a quick run-down of the games we've... More »
Q Entertainment makes very pretty games like Lumines and Child of Eden. Games that are nothing at all like Monster Hunter. At the very least, he does walk the walk. More »
One game is called Scrolls. One game is called Skyrim, though, more formally, you'd call it The Elder Scrolls V. Confusing?
Those names are too close, according to lawyers from Bethesda Softworks, the company behind Skyrim and authors of 15-page letter to Minecraft maker Markus "Notch" Persson and... More »
Hello, eerbody! I'm in Dallas, Texas, at QuakeCon, about to have my first play time with id Software's new marquee title, Rage. I hope to write up impressions later, but I thought you might enjoy seeing my notes live as I play.
I'll be updating every five minutes or so.
12:33 The music in the... More »
It was inadvertently games that bring to mind other games week here at Kotaku, featuring four mobile games reminiscent of past and present hits and one game about nuts. More »
What if Wikipedia cost $3 to read, wasn't updated, wasn't complete and was rated 3/3 on some scale that registers sexual content? Sold? What if it was on the Xbox 360?
Perhaps you should watch my video impressions of such a beast, called Wiki Read, before you answer these questions. More »
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