Warfare | TOKYO, JAPAN: Square Enix showed off the CoD Jeep at a recent press event. (Photo: Game Watch Impress)
The Xbox is ten years old this week. For those who have enjoyed playing games on either the original console or its successor the Xbox 360, it's a time for heartfelt congratulations.
For Sega fans, it's a time for warm, if slightly tragic, reflection.
By the time the Xbox was released in November... More »
The Fascinating Tale of PixelVixen 707, The Internet's Most Famous Imaginary Female Video Game Critic
This is so cool. I'm not sure how many of you are aware of PixelVixen707-she was a video game blogger named Rachael Webster who was smart, opinionated, and quickly rose to a good amount of visibility back in 2008. More »
I love burgers. Perhaps you love burgers. When I go to Los Angeles for E3, the first thing I do? Go to In-N-Out and eat burgers. When I go to the Tokyo Game Show? More »
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a big game. Players will want to save their progress along the way. And this is apparently causing players problems on the PS3 and making some call the game "broken". More »
There was a lot of hype for the ill-fated LEGO Universe. Mostly because it was an MMO using LEGO, but also because the early stuff people saw of the game looked amazing.
The final product rarely met those expectations, and will be shuttered on January 31, 2012. More »
And you think server downtime is bad. Spare a thought for players of Japanese/Korean MMO M2, which thanks to a little accident has actually been deleted. More »
You are looking at a cosplay that was 8 months in the making. Eight months that were totally worth it. You are looking at cosplayer NealBomBad's Cecil Harvey from Final Fantasy IV. More »
Got tips for our editors? Want to show the world your latest creation? Ready to anonymously share an unannounced game? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or leave us an anonymous voicemail at (612) 568-2581.
Click here for the Speak Up or Tips forums. Want a more "blog-like" look? Click the button up top next to "Top Stories."
Want even more Kotaku? Want to know which of your friends read us? "Like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.