Eight-day-old Charlotte already has a favorite Fallout 4 companion. You’ll have to check out photographer Lauren Petersen’s website for more from the shoot, as we pretty much just blew our cute budget for the year.
Steam has some pretty hilarious things to say about its baby-killing game. Who would have thought?
Years ago, Fallout fans discovered that it was possible to escape the opening area of Fallout 3 at the start of the game, thus allowing players to go through a game as a baby. It was a fun trick, sure, but it seemed untenable for an entire game...until now.
This little guy might only be two years old, but damn, Rage Against The Machine speaks to him.
This week in Shanwei, China, a mother gave birth to one big baby (pictured). How big? Try 7.12 kilograms—that's 15.6 pounds. And that's not even the biggest baby born in the country this month.
Here she is, and doesn't she look adorable? This is Tali'Zorah, and that is indeed her entire full first name. She was born this weekend to a couple in North Carolina and yes, she is named for the Mass Effect character. BioWare, the studio behind Mass Effect, tweeted out her picture as a tribute this afternoon.
"Tomorrow my daughter is scheduled to be born," wrote a soon-to-be-dad named Adam last night. "Since day 1 her first name was always going to be Tali'Zorah. ... My wife fell in love with the name during our first playthrough of [Mass Effect] many years ago."
Look Out, It's a ... Kung-Fu Dragon Baby?
Sadly, most of my friends who do currently have infants are not of any particular nerdly persuasion, and I do not yet have children. Clearly, the only solution is to badger my gamer friends into having babies.
Whenever I post a story about a parent neglecting their children while playing a massively-multiplayer online role-playing game I can't hide my disgust for that sort of person, so you can imagine how I felt about myself this weekend when my two ten-month-old children left the house in the middle of a boss fight.
While it may seem like a video of me singing to my two children as they bounce along to a song Will.I.Am did for Sesame Street a few years back, this is a video about SoulCalibur V.
As we approach the point of total global Angry Birds saturation, one important demographic has been left out of the fowl-flinging sensation: Babies. Rovio's new partnership with baby product company SwaddleDesigns might stop infants from crying over lack of spilled pork.
About six months ago, Bethesda Softworks' Pete Hines figured Feb. 18 was the perfect day to conceive a child, as the baby would be due on Nov. 11, the ship date for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. One couple conceived well early of that, but their baby's birth will still forever be associated with the game.
Finding time to play normal video games as the father of newborn baby boys is tough enough as it is. I was certain my thirst for massively multiplayer online role-playing games would go unquenched in the face of fatherhood. Then I discovered the joy of dailies.
Last weekend I spent nearly $100 on new clothing for E3 2011. Now my flight is cancelled, I'm not going, and the only question I have is how are two unborn babies going to come up with the cash to pay me back?
Why do human children learn to walk so much easier than robots do? Because babies learn to crawl before they walk. University of Vermont robotics expert Josh Bongard demonstrates how robots develop faster when their bodies change with their brains.
Commenter Jopeter explores the joys of trying to balance gaming with a newborn baby in today's installment of Speak-Up on Kotaku.
It's time for our mostly daily Kotaku science post! Today we take a look at an important scientific study that has found that babies can't tell human beings from humanoid robots.
It's time to take sides in Dead Space 2! Will you be a fully armored, armed to the teeth member of the Sprawl Security Team, or a creepy baby-headed monster that hungers for human flesh?
Children and adults with movement impairing handicaps have access to many devices to help them get around, but what about disabled infants? Researchers have come up with a baby-moving robot that uses a Wii Balance Board as its guide.