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Active Duty Marine is Making a Video Game About Zombies

Zombies, man. Everyone loves killing zombies. 22 year-old Marine Sergeant Jacob Way is betting that video game players love killing zombies enough to make room in their libraries for one more zombie-slaying simulator. More »


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The Only Japanese Video Game Starring...Bruce Willis, Mike Tyson and...Alfred Hitchcock?

If you're the kind of person that believes violence isn't the answer, then I have just the game for you. I hope you're good at trivia questions instead, because otherwise you won't get far in SNK's 1991 quiz-em-up Quiz Daisousa Sen – The Last Count Down. More »


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Watch Someone Play Mass Effect 3 for 60 Minutes

Many people already have access to the Xbox 360 demo for Mass Effect 3, so naturally, there are people recording the thing like crazy and uploading videos to YouTube. More »


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The Very Best In Cosplay: Lindze

Kotaku's journey around the very best cosplayers in the world continues this week with a look at American costume builder, model and make-up artist Lindze.
A make-up artist by trade, Lindze is an example of quality over quantity: More »


Masters of Their Domains

The Very Best In Cosplay: Lindze

Kotaku's journey around the very best cosplayers in the world continues this week with a look at American costume builder, model and make-up artist Lindze.
A make-up artist by trade, Lindze is an example of quality over quantity: More »


Masters of Their Domains

The Very Best In Cosplay: Lindze

Kotaku's journey around the very best cosplayers in the world continues this week with a look at American costume builder, model and make-up artist Lindze.
A make-up artist by trade, Lindze is an example of quality over quantity: More »


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