Anime and gaming convention Momocon is on day three of it’s newly extended four-day run, which leaves plenty of time to check out some cosplay, buy some vintage video games and maybe watch a Kotaku writer judge an indie game contest.
Atlanta cosplayers are just the best, and they proved it at last weekend's MomoCon. Man Tifa? Done. Kingdom Hearts Batman? No problem. Solid Snake sneaking behind Mega Man? How many would you like?
On no less than two separate occasions have I ventured to the Atlanta's Battle & Brew game bar, with the intention of writing a feature on the popular hangout for fans of video games, e-sports, anime and everything else under the brilliant geek sun. Now that they've made their own promotional video, I don't have to.…
Crime is a constant feature of video games writing. Somewhere, someone is doing something illicit with them—sometimes comically stupid, sometimes tragic. Games and consoles are currency, objects of dispute, sometimes even weapons themselves. Kotaku's Police Blotter is here to round up the latest in games crime.
It's not every day you find a Kotaku editor in downtown Atlanta. Normally I'm about 10 miles north, but for Dragon Con 2011 I'm making an exception.
Sony Online Entertainment's massively multiplayer superhero game DC Universe Online launched yesterday, and I was not there to see it. What diabolical villain kept me from playing a major MMO release on day one?
Tragic news coming out of Atlanta tonight, as a 40-year old man has been shot and killed after interrupting an armed hold-up at a GameStop store in Conyers.
Capcom has completed testing its Fight Club events in the western and northern U.S. and is ready to bring Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 to where the real fighters live - Atlanta, Georgia.
Tomorrow the Gwinnett Center in Atlanta will be transformed into a battleground, as the southeast regional Pokémon video game championship pits Pokémon against Pokémon, brother against brother. It'll be like the Civil War, only cuter, and without the city burning down.
MomoCon has filled the campus of Georgia Tech in downtown Atlanta with cosplayers, and video game fans are there in force. Check out characters from Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Miles Edgeworth, BioShock, Brutal Legend, and more!
If you're in the Atlanta area this weekend, you'd be remiss if you didn't stop by MomoCon, the largest free admission fan convention in North America, featuring anime, manga, gaming, comics, and a special Sunday panel session with yours truly.
Electronic Arts is taking a serious look at the land of grits and fatback for a development center that could employ up to 300 people. Atlanta and Savannah, Ga., are in the running, along with Louisiana.