Glu, the developers of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, have now teamed up with Britney Spears for what feels like a sequel to their smash hit. Way back in 2014 (I know, practically ancient history), I wrote an article about Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, because in a pre-Snapchat world, I felt that Kim needed a little…
I've been waiting for years to put a link at the bottom of a Kotaku story to the fabulous What Would Tyler Durden Do. Today, I get that chance.
Well now we know where one of those 25 million copies of Ubisoft's Just Dance games ended up: In Britney Spears' living room, where the all-singing, all-dancing performance artist recorded her son Preston getting down to a little "Shake Your Groove Thing".
Chase's dad is working out. Part of his workout regimen involves getting the hell down with some Britney Spears jams in Just Dance 2. We are the ones who benefit from Chase's sneaky video of dad getting loose to "Toxic."
Britney Spears is on the cover of British publication Pop Magazine. The images, the work of one of Japan's most famous artists, feature Britney in a bathing suit and a wedding dress. If only it were that simple. It's not.
After nearly a decade of trying, Microsoft still hasn't cracked the Japanese market with its Xbox consoles. We're not quite sure why, what with savvy cross-promotions like this!
Yahoo! has published their list of the most searched terms of 2008, and popular free MMO Runescape has actually made the cut, coming in at number 5, beating out Naruto, Jessica Alba, and Lindsay Lohan.