Three-hundred and sixty-five days of Photoshopped pain, all at once, all for you. Tasked with combining up to five (or more) of 2014's most popular 'Shop Contest subjects into one majestic gestalt, the final image manipulation battle of last year yielded spectacular results.
It's that time of year again, when we pick a selection of our most popular 'Shop Contest subjects of the year and has our creative readers mash them up into a fine paste, all in the name of memories. What can we make with these five things?
Remember late last year when Spider-Man dropped that Good Morning America correspondent on her head? How about the time the news anchor wondered who this 4chan guy was? Here's 15 minutes of the year's best news bloopers to help ease us laughing into the new year.
Remember that horrible-looking Rambo FPS? Seems like so long ago, right? But it came out this year. A shaky start, but things got better from there. Thank God.
2014 was a big year in video games. Maybe not the biggest, but alongside some disappointments came some truly great games. This video covers pretty much all of them.
It's been six weeks since the Gamergate campaign first started. Now, for the first time, thousands of people are uniting under a single banner to call for it to stop.
Every year, on the first Saturday in May, comic book creators and publishers collaborate with comic book stores around the world to give out free books to once and future fans. It's not too late to participate.
2014 is still young and the bets are still on, so what will it be for video games in this new year? Comic-creating duo Cara Ellison and Elizabeth Simins think they have some really sound ideas.
We know what video game stars should be working towards in 2014, but what about video game companies? Yesterday we posted some jokey promises protagonists should make for 2014, and in response Kotaku reader Arden posted a list of proposed promises video game companies should be making. They're pretty great.
Why use a stuffy, modern 2014 calendar to keep track of the new year when you can travel back in time to groovy 1975? Cartoonist Mark Anderson dusted off this amazing 1975 calendar to give us 12 months of merry Marvel mayhem. Mmm.
2014?! Thank god. I was really getting tired of 2013. Hopefully 2014 will be rays of sunshine and progress and happiness to make up for the sludge that was 2013. Some prominent video game characters are with me on this. Let's check in.
Aiming for a night in for New Year's Eve? Especially if you live in a big city and want to avoid obnoxious crowds, I imagine you might be. So here are a few drinking game suggestions that involve a console and a couch and some friends. Oh and your alcohol of choice. Fun night: secured.
2013 was a great year for gaming. After what was accomplished this year, let's see what Japanese game developers hope to do in 2014.
As 2013 draws to an end, we look forward to 2014. And with a new year, comes new resolutions – even for game developers.
Good news: Fable Anniversary has a release window. Bad news: it's next year. Lead designer Ted Timmins took to Lionhead's blog today, letting fans know the Xbox 360 remaster of Fable: The Lost Chapters needed more time, and the game is now slated for a February 2014 release.
Wizards of the Coast has turned Magic: The Gathering — Duels of the Planeswalkers into geek Madden, each year releasing a fresh set of cards, formulating new challenges, and unleashing them upon a card-collecting public that never stops wanting more. This year's entry reaches a little further than 2013's iOS, PC,…