That's a Big Touch-Screen You Got There

Minority Report slowly comes into focus... | Attendees at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas go hands-on with a prototype 3M 46-inch touch-screen. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

That's a Big Touch-Screen You Got There

Kotaku's Guide to Gaming in the Year 2012

Another year, another twelve months filled with new game releases, extravagant gaming events, and big hardware releases. How can anyone hope to keep them all straight? More »


That's a Big Touch-Screen You Got There

Iran Sentences Alleged Video Game Developer 'Spy' to Death

A U.S.-born man who appeared to confess on Iranian state television last month that he allegedly spied for America-actions that supposedly included doing work for a video game development studio purported to be a CIA front-has been sentenced to death by the Iranian government.

Iran's... More »


That's a Big Touch-Screen You Got There

The Great Fallout Legal Battle Ends Without a Fallout MMO

As reported last week, the legal battle between Bethesda and Interplay over the final fate of a massively multiplayer online Fallout game has ended in a settlement, one that leaves full control of Fallout intellectual properties in the hands of Bethesda. More »


That's a Big Touch-Screen You Got There

Battlefield Play 4 Free Angers Its Paying Customers

Last month, EA's "EAsy" division, which runs the free-to-play Battlefield Play 4 Free, elected to lower the damage of paid-for in-game weapon add-ons in the interest of balancing the game. More »


That's a Big Touch-Screen You Got There

Jumping and Doodles is all Doodle Sprint is About

Sometimes a blatant clone of another game can be a terrible thing, other times, as contradictory as it is to say, it's not that bad. Doodle Sprint is the latter.
It is a shameless clone of always-runners like Canabalt, asking the player to simply tap (or hold) their fingers on the screen to make a... More »



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