Mailman vs. Video Game -The disc was intact, but not for the mailman's lack of trying to squash my copy of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Salutations on Samhain, Kotakuites. Halloween falls on a Monday this year, which means that many of you are nursing candy hangovers after dressing up this weekend. More »
With fewer and fewer children donning costumes and hitting the streets every year to celebrate all things sweet and spooky, the Halloween tradition is alive and well in the virtual worlds of today's massively multiplayer online games. More »
I'm writing this in short bursts at the keyboard, stopping every sentence or two to swivel in my chair slightly, turn a little toward the television and pick up a controller.
A, A, A. More »
Battlefield 3's launch was plagued with online issues, blocking gamers from going online with the popular multiplayer shooter, booting others and causing wide-spread server issues. More »
While conceived as a device meant to expand the reach of Microsoft's Xbox 360 gaming platform by allowing people to play video games without the need for controllers, the Kinect has always been destined for a broader future.
Last November, when the Kinect array of microphones, sensors and cameras... More »
Cut the Birds is awesome. Not the game itself, mind you. Just the premise. I mean, it's not often you see a cheap knock-off go after not one game, but two.
In case you haven't worked it out by the subtle title, Cut the Birds (maybe they even stole the name...from Crecente) is Angry Birds meets... More »
The mailman may have squashed our copy of the Wii's new Zelda game, but that doesn't appear to have impacted the quality of the game's intro. Fresh from Nintendo to our Wii here at Kotaku, behold the first few minutes of The Legend of Zelda: More »
Sexism in games remains an unsolved problem, it's clear. Some of you will be nodding along, and some of you will hear the s-word and roll your eyes and go, "oh, this again?" You guys can piss off-–go click on some new screenshots or a trailer consisting of a release date slowly fading into view. More »
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