Teeny Cartridge | Look how tiny the Vita's Memory Stick is. Soooooo tiny that Action Figure Edgar Allan Poe wants to use it to write creepy poetry on.
Those of us that remember them still miss the arcade emporiums of yore, even is they reeked of cigarette smoke and too much body odor in too small a space. More »
So, you've got a 3DS and quickly availed yourself of its relatively new stereoscopic video recording capabilities. The work you've filmed with Nintendo's little gaming handheld will melt faces. More »
What Valve did this year seemed impossible: they improved on the perfection that was the first Portal. That feat was accomplished, surprisingly, by making everything about players' return to Aperture Science less perfect. More »
Even the mainstays of a Playstation platform, games like Hot Shots Golf, sing on the PS Vita.
Sure, Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational feels like it sort of tacked on the touch and motion controls, but the core gameplay of this golf game remains as fun as any of the titles in the franchise. More »
The Nintendo Download ends the year on a high note with the release of Terry Cavanagh 's indie darling VVVVVV on the 3DS eShop, adding a 3D twist to the game's already twisted gravity platforming. More »
The Playstation Vita's Escape Plan is a charming, clever side-scrolling puzzle game sure to win over the hearts of anyone considering a Vita purchase.
In the game you need to maneuver Laarg and Lil through a labyrinthine series of puzzle and trap-laden rooms. More »
The full trailer for the Dragon Age anime we spoke about earlier this month has been making the rounds. it's 106 seconds easily as enjoyable as any 106 seconds I spent trudging through BioWare's sloppy sequel. More »
Welcome back to the Kotaku Game Club. Today we're wrapping up our discussion series on The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, and 2011. Since we've all (hopefully) completed the game, let's talk about the game's final dungeons and the ending.
Since we'll be discussing the entire game today, including... More »
Among the games loaded up on the Playstation Vita Sony lent us last week there was one game I had very little interest checking out. Once I did, I couldn't stop tinkering.
ModNation Racers: More »
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