Glasses-Free 3D | Spike Lee, screening his latest feature Red Hook Summer at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, enjoyed some downtime with a 3DS at a promotional event held by Nintendo this past weekend. (Jason Merritt, Getty Images).
How does one of the greatest fighting games of all time wind up one of our least favorite gaming apps of the week? Was it the power of Chopin, the combination of Minesweeper and Minecraft, or the $11.99 price tag? More »
Well, while I was probably wrong to initially say that 3D cinema was "worse than Satan", I can safely say that I am pretty sure I will never, ever be able to get behind smell-o-vision-enabled films—or especially smell-o-videogames. More »
The newest version of Minecraft greets players with the sentence "You are a NIGGER," if they switch their language settings to Afrikaans, the language spoken in South Africa and Namibia. More »
It was kind of surprising that Mass Effect 3's multiplayer looked better than expected. But this trailer makes it look like must-play content. More »
When a commenter on the website of Legend of Grimrock asked about clickable on-screen arrow navigation for the upcoming indie dungeon crawler, developers said they had no plans to implement such a feature. When they found out why the commenter asked, they quickly changed those plans. More »
In July of 2010 late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon attempted to play ten different games on ten different consoles in one minute. He only played nine. Not ten, but still impressive, at least until Ohio's Ryan Sullivan did 13. 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."
Try KotakuCore and you'll get news and opinion about video games minus our coverage of gaming culture and the cultures with which gaming intersects.
Want even more Kotaku? Want to know which of your friends read us? "Like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.