Do you remember the moment when you learned how to play video games? When the joystick or the gamepad stop being a foreign object and started feeling like a part of your body? Maybe you do; maybe you don't. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a game that puts you back in touch with that sensation, using an unorthodox…
Scott Bradlee & Co decided to bring us a funky fresh take on one of the '90s greatest animated shows, Animaniacs!
If you watched my other video on Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons, you know that it's a game about two sons going on a quest to save their sick father. The characters speak only gibberish, yet the game still does a fantastic job of giving these two boys fully realized personalities just through the way they interact…
So far, Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons isn't a particularly challenging game, yet it demands more of my attention than most games by asking me to control two characters at the same time. The presentation is excellent, and I love watching all the different animations when the two brothers interact with people in the…
Commenter Madammina's tale of playing through Kingdom Hearts with her little brother reminds us how much fun it is to play video games with our loved ones in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
A 13-year-old boy in Solon, Ohio, took a trip to juvie hall earlier this month after reportedly assaulting his twin brother with a broken chair leg because he wouldn't give him a turn at the PSP. Where's the brotherly love?
At first blush, you might think the older kid on the left is faking the tears. But at right, one sees only the authentic, thousand-yard stare of a younger brother caught up in more trouble than he can possibly imagine.
Season 4, Volume 1 of Adult Swim'sThe Venture Bros. is now out on DVD, and that means you can finally live out your discomforting boyhood fantasies of palling around with pedophilic bodyguards, Machiavellian monarchs and washed-up super-scientists—anytime you want!
Sixty five years after the end of World War II, the second world war seems to have lost its attraction for video game developers.
Not only do you get to use a bat symbol to target bad guys and items anywhere on the screen for your batarang, but when you get to play as the Joker, that's right, play as the Joker, you can use a handbuzzer on enemies that delivers so much juice it shakes the mini-figs to pieces.