Vault of Glass vs. Crota's End: The Destiny Comparison We Had To Make

If you're still playing Destiny these days, if you're in deep enough to obsess over tiny details and require advanced tips, you're probably no stranger to the game's two raids. » 1/26/15 3:00pm 30 minutes ago

10 Weirdest Projects That George Lucas Has Been Involved With

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This past weekend, George Lucas released his fairytale musical fever dream, Strange Magic. A movie in which fairies sing ELO and Lady Gaga for 99 minutes. But that wasn't the only bizarre venture that Lucas has tried to develop. Here are the 10 weirdest projects Lucas worked on throughout his career. » 1/26/15 2:30pm 59 minutes ago

How To Protect Your Information From The Internet

Do you know how much of your personal information is floating around? It's more than you think and very easy to find. Phone numbers, home addresses, email accounts. As my recent story about gamers who got swatted showed, anybody can become a target. You don't have to be someone with a million followers. Social… » 1/26/15 2:00pm Today 2:00pm

Former Doctor Who to Play One of Marvel's Creepiest Villains

Of all the many bad guys in the Marvel Universe, the one that's always disturbed me the most has been Zebediah Kilgrave, otherwise known as the Purple Man. The guy's superpower is make people do whatever he says. Gross, no? And now he's going to be played by David Tenant, one of the most affable actors to ever play… » 1/26/15 1:33pm Today 1:33pm

Get a Free 2-Weeks of Crunchyroll Anime: Stream the Full Catalog Ad-Free

Crunchyroll, one of the top destinations for current and classic anime, is offering Kotaku readers a free two-week trial of their Anime Membership. In addition to streaming their entire anime catalog ad-free, you'll get access to the anime simulcasts - getting the latest anime episodes the same day they're released in… » 12/13/14 3:09pm 12/13/14 3:09pm

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DreamHost is offering Kotaku readers a year of web hosting and a domain name for just $2.95 a month, 67% off the regular price. Build the site you've always dreamed of from the ground up and get all the key features you need to keep it running efficiently, all for only $35 annually. Use promo code kotaku295. » 1/16/15 3:36pm 1/16/15 3:36pm