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Standing desks are popular, but choosing a good one is no easy task. You could go with a motorized, whole desk replacement, or DIY a simple solution. You could even buy an adjustable attachment to go on top of your existing desk. Let's talk about what you may need in a standing desk, what you can get for your…
Using more than two monitors used to be a luxury for those with the biggest PC building budgets. These days, large, high-resolution displays are affordable, and graphics cards are more powerful than ever. If the thought of gaming (or working) on three displays at once entices you, here's how to make it happen.
Reader Jayesh wanted a desktop that was playful, but also helped him get things done, so he took his love of Limbo (the game, not the the theological concept) and put together this desktop, symbolizing the struggle to get things done while simultaneously putting all his tools at his fingertips.
You may not immediately think "gaming" when you think "Mac," but there are tons of games for the Mac these days, and some of the most popular PC games are also available for OS X. Let's take a look at a few ways to make those games run as smoothly as possible.
We like a good game, and if you've frequented Wallpaper Wednesday you know we like showcasing the great video game art inspired from the classics. It never stops, and so here's another great collection.
The controller customization experts at The Controller Shop asked if we wanted to review one of their magical creations. I said sure. They asked what sort of controller they should send. I left it up to them. Wise decision.
You can never have too many giant killer riding robots. Thanks to Armored Core V's customization options, you'll soon be able to put that ancient wisdom to the test.
Square Enix parades the troops and dresses up the King of Hell in his Sunday finest in the latest video for Army Corps of Hell, the PlayStation Vita's most colorfully-titled launch game.
Commenter Balmung of the Azure Sky has been thinking about Pokémon lately, and believes it's high time the franchise gets the modern-day makeover it desperately needs. How would you folks bring Pokémon up to date? Speak Up on Kotaku, I choose you!
If the text flashing by in this trailer are to be believed, Relic Entertainment has managed to cram 1.8 billion different ways to customize Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine's six multiplayer classes, a number at least 1,000 times larger than the amount of people likely to care.
High Moon Studios breaks down multiplayer characters in Transformers: War for Cybertron into four distinct classes represented by four different vehicle types. Are you a car, truck, tank, or plane?
NaturalMotion's Backbreaker might not have the official NFL license like Madden does, but who needs that when you've got the tools to make the football team of your dreams at your fingertips? I'm going to call mine the Atnalta Falchions!
Atlus' "ultimate love letter to retro gamers" 3D Dot Games Heroes features a main character so powerful that dragons consider him a boss fight. Funny, he just looks like a pile of blocks to me.
Last month's teasing comes to fruition as NCsoft pulls back the curtain on City of Heroes Issue 16: Power Spectrum, putting the power to customize powers in the players' hands.
In Lost Planet 2 there is no main character, instead you are the main character, one that can be customized and made to spank him or herself in a square studded helmet and chain-framed bikini.
In the latest edition of their Champions Online Q&A feature, developer Cryptic details how powers in their upcoming superhero MMORPG can be tweaked by players for a more customized hero.