Duke Nukem's on a Roll | A games store employee applying price tags supplies this zinger. Not sure I'd pick that up used. (via Reddit.)
Only four of the sexy robot designs from Transformers: War for Cybertron ever made it toy store shelves, a tragic missed opportunity. To ensure they don't miss a second time, Hasbro and High Moon Studios are planning a much bigger toy line for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. How big? Combaticons, transform and form Bruticus. That big. More »
We saw a lot of Lego sets at the New York Toy Fair on Sunday. Sadly, Minecraft Legos did not make an appearance, but we did get to play around with figures from Star Wars: The Old Republic, The Lord of the Rings, and a whole bunch of superhero franchises. More »
There's another unhappy dice roll to come, one that MLB 2K12's development team has no control of: Whether they're even working on this game next year. 2K Sports' license with Major League Baseball expires this year, something that's been brought up every year since MLB 2K9 landed with such a gut-churning thud three years ago. More »
Sega will release a sequel to Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing this holiday season, Kotaku has learned. Toys associated with the franchise were displayed in a booth at the Toy Fair in New York this Sunday, where an attendant confirmed that Sega is making a sequel to the franchise-crossing kart racing game. More »
We've heard (as far back at 2010) Sony admit that it blundered big time by not publishing Demon's Souls in North America. Now we know why they passed. Shuhei Yoshida, Sony Computer Entertainment's head of product development, told Game Informer that he played two hours of the game as it was close to final, and walked away convinced it would be terrible. More »
This is an update to the Portal Core Space mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and it references the Meme Who Must Not Be Named. But it does so quite hilariously—and loudly. Turn your volume down before playing. It's not NSFW, just loud.
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