I just cannot tell. I think this is the winner of last week’s bear mask Photoshop contest, but I’ve seen such horrors. Such maddening horrors.
My boss was dissatisfied with the (nearly) top-tier jacket upgrade Max Max receives in his eponymous game outing. We’ve got this, Totilo.
Last week’s ‘Shop Contest was a call-to-arms against the seasonal pumpkin spice craze. Our readers answered that call with both brutality and heavenly softness.
Today in Unusual Crossovers, we see the protagonist from schoolgirl/murder sim Yandere Simulator moonlight as MGSV’s Quiet.
Planet Minecraft’s first solo contest, Penthouse, Sweet!, came to an end recently. Appropriately enough, the results are quite sweet.
To my knowledge Pumpkin Spice Spam is not a real product, but it very well could be. Nothing is safe. No one is safe. Especially not for this week’s ‘Shop Contest.
Force Friday turned out to be a bust for many hopeful collectors, so we’re going to take out our frustration on an innocent. Sorry, Loopin’ Chewie.
Nintendo’s Super Mario Maker arrives in North America on the 11th of September, allowing Wii U owners to craft their own crazy creations featuring the world’s most famous plumber. Until then, we have Photoshop.
Last week I asked our readers to decorate the LA Convention Center for E3 2015. One person captured the feeling of attending and covering the massive video game trade show better than the others.
We’re a week out from E3 2015, and you probably know what that means—it’s time to redecorate the outside of the LA Convention Center to suit our own twisted visions of the perfect Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Earlier this week Nintendo of America proudly announced that it had hired Mr. Doug Bowser as its new vice president of sales. What I want to know if how he dressed for that interview. I think our readers can help.
So many amazingly horrific entries in last week’s “food”-themed ‘Shop Contest, but the winner is a simple, iconic image of Link from The Legend of Zelda playing the lovely “Song of Ass Storms.”
Nothing goes together like gaming and Hot Pockets, unless the Hot Pockets marketing team is at the helm. Let’s show them how it’s done in this week’s Kotaku ‘Shop Contest.
Last week Disney released an image of the official product packaging for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It was up to our image-manipulating community to package the products—or not, in the case of this week’s winner.
Disney has announced that September 4 is the day all the toys and merchandise for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will hit store shelves. Accompanying the announcement was a blank box with easy to mimic placeholder fonts. IT’S A TRAP!