Yesterday, When I was Young

Yesterday, When I was Young | The Nintendo GameCube display at the Toys 'R Us in Times Square on Nov. 19, 2001. The console celebrated the 10th anniversary of its North American release today. (Getty Images)

Yesterday, When I was YoungHere's Your First Look at Minecraft on the Xbox 360

It's Minecon Weekend and that means we're getting the first look at Mojang's hit game on Microsoft's game console. Feast your eyes on the blocky wonderment up above and get ready for more news as we get it. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungEA Being Taken to Court Over Broken Battlefield Promise

EA promised PS3 owners a free copy of Battlefield 1943 when they picked up Battlefield 3. When they didn't come through, they upset a lot of gamers, both for the bait-and-yank and for the shoddy manner with which it was announced. And they might have got away with it, too, if it wasn't for those darned lawyers. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungSaints Row: The Third: The Kotaku Review

Saints Row: The Third is a celebration of the player's ego and of his or her power—it's a joyous, wholehearted embrace of the "you" as it applies to video games. Who is the most important person in the world? You are! Who gets all the toys? You do! Indulge yourself, this game tells us. Stop tripping. The world's ours. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungShould You Buy Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: Defiance? No.

This week, all the attention's going the big-boy versions of Modern Warfare 3. But there's a DS game, too. This version exists only as part of Activision's strategy to carpet-bomb their games onto every platform possible. The hook to get folks to buy it is that it bridges the story gap between Modern Warfare 2 and Modern Warfare 3. And, yes, it's a T-for-Teen COD game, one that Activision can dangle in front unsuspecting, M-for-Mature phobic parents this holiday season. Was it worth the effort? We're gut-checking this one... defiantly. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungStreet Fighter x Tekken To Feature Inter-Franchise Cross-Dressing. Seriously.

The characters of Street Fighter x Tekken are going to be trading more than blows. Capcom and Namco's characters are going to be swapping outfits when the martial arts mash-up hits next year. The shots over at Capcom Unity show Tekken's obese ass-kicker Bob in a Ryu-style gi and Street Fighter mainstay Chun Li in a Panda suit. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungThe Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: The Kotaku Review

As I played the new Skyward Sword, my sense that I might be playing the best video game of the year was at war with my feeling about what it seems this Zelda series had become. Then I played the game for 27 more hours. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungMinecraft Scores Perfect First Review, Game Selling at One Every Five Seconds

Minecraft is meant to come out today, but Eurogamer already had a chance to play through the game and... beat it. That's right the retail version of Minecraft has stats, buffing and an endgame with poetic pay off. It also is a game that warrants a perfect score from the reviewer Alec Meer. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungRockstar's Dan Houser Teases Bully Sequel, Max Payne 3 DLC

Lots of people loved Jimmy Hopkins, the squinty-eyed protagonist of Rockstar's Bully. The academic open-world title didn't set the kinds of records that a Grand Theft Auto game does but it's remained a favorite in the hearts of many gamers. In an interview with Gamasutra's Chris Morris, Rockstar co-founder Dan Houser teases that a Bully follow-up is one the things that the developer's juggling in its schedule. More »


Yesterday, When I was YoungBetter Red than Dead in Cosmonauts

There was this old hippie at a newspaper I once worked for, a guy who took a great interest in any New York Times obituary of a prominent Russian. He was your basic-as-bread conspiracy theorist, convinced the Soviets put a human—well, a human body, anyway—on the dark side of the moon. "They couldn't accept not trying," he said, like a lunar landing was a football game. He would have loved Cosmonauts. More »



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