Dog Days of Christmas | Kane & Lynch 2 evidently can be had at a stocking-stuffer price at reader Vincent K.'s local Walmart.
There is, officially, a new gaming machine on the market. The PS Vita went on sale in Japan today. Kotaku's Brian Ashcraft has comprehensive coverage of the device—what you get, what you don't, what it sounds and looks like. More »
Did you buy a 3DS back when it cost $250, then watch the price drop $80 and take Nintendo up on their offer to give you 20 games as an apology? If so, then you can get the second half of that apology right now. More »
Chet Holzbauer can't remember any other gift from that mad Christmas Day scramble 20 years ago. As far as he knows, the cacophony of torn paper came to a stop, like the needle coming off a record, when he and his brother unwrapped Tecmo Super Bowl. More »
Need for Speed World introduced its first "premium elite" car and, yeah, based on the sticker price, we'd say it qualifies. The Koenigsegg CCX Elite Edition is on sale in the in-game store for $100. But wait! If you act now, you can get this car for only $75! They'll even throw in a passenger-side floormat (I think.) More »
Hey, so the ESRB released its ratings certificate for Kinect Star Wars, let's read along: "In this action game, based on the Star Wars universe," mmhm, yeah, "players use their body movements to perform activities," right, gotcha, "that include dance tournaments—" Fuck the heck? More »
Done with that Zynga story? Thought that was all the economics you were getting today? Nope. While he's not recommending investor action, writer Paul Manwaring did some number crunching and conservatively valued Team Fortress 2's unique items economy at, oh, about $50 million. More »
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