New York Comic Con -Either that's some pretty great Chris Tucker cosplay, circa Fifth Element, or the stand-up comic, turned actor decided that the New York Comic-Con was the best place to dodge the foreclosure notices.
Rocksteady's follow-up to its acclaimed 2009 Batman: Arkham City is a fantastic sequel. It'll be out soon for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 (and on PC this November). More »
Fusion Genesis is meant to be a mix of a twin-stick shooter and a massively mulitplayer online game. But it felt more like a space combat game than an MMO.
The Starfire folks, all ex Rare developers, explain that the game pulls in friends to populate your games so that you're never gunning against... More »
The Batman: Arkham City new copy-only Catwoman content issue won't be affecting used sales at GameStop, as an internal memo reveals that customers purchasing the game preowned will score a Catwoman code as well. More »
The official first day of New York Comic-Con is today but press, VIPs and a select number of lucky attendees got to walk the floor of the Jacob Javits Convention Center before the hordes swarm on it this weekend. More »
This is Why Batman: Arkham City's Locked Catwoman Content Makes Buying the Game New the Wiser Choice
One of the teased elements of Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham City is the ability to play as the caped crusader's frenemy/love interest/ally Selina Kyle, aka the Catwoman. More »
I don't need to see Optimus Prime or Megatron. They can save the large scale battles for future trailers. Hell, I don't even need color. Just give me Grimlock and I'm good. More »
A first for the franchise, Assassin's Creed: Revelations will be playable in full 3D across all three platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, with the console versions supporting both stereoscopic 3D and TriOviz's Inficolor 3D glasses. More »
Last year, the people who made Guitar Hero and Rock Band made the best game for the Xbox 360's Kinect sensor, the hands-free dancing game Dance Central. More »
I had a chance to talk Kevin Conroy, the man who's given voice to Batman for the last decade and more. The veteran actor talks about what it was like coming back to the video game medium for a second time as the Caped Crusader and the challenges of playing such a well-known character.
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This big-ass arcade machine stands 11 feet tall. It would require quarters 3 1/2 inches in diameter. The trackball is 4 1/2 inches wide. The screen is 73 inches. More »
If you've read our Batman: Arkham City Gut Check, you'll see that what most impressed Team Kotaku about the sequel is how Rocksteady Games scaled everything from their initial Bat-outing to be bigger and better. More »
Video game stores everywhere are forced to carry action figures this Sunday, when Activision releases the toy-powered Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure. In the meantime, check out what Activision unleashed all over my computer desk today. More »
Announced earlier this week, Activision's in-development Men in Black video game will be tying into the sci-fi film franchise's currently filming threequel. More »
I captured about three minutes of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive while walking around New York Comic-Con on Thursday.
The game isn't open for the public to play, but rather is hosting a slew of pro-gamers who are checking out Valve's latest version of their mod-friendly shooter.
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The original Dead Rising featured a full set of Mega Man armor and a functional Mega Buster. Well, if Capcom's bringing back Frank West, why not bring back a Mega Man costume? More »
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