The trademark main entrance, the visitor center and a damaged fence from Jurassic Park, all built around a lucky Leopard tortoise called Louie by Oliver Turpin.
You know, where you can frolic with foxes.
"Cute" is not normally a word I'd use to describe Grand Theft Auto...unless it has been miniaturized. Then GTA becomes so adorable you could just eat it up.
Some gamers who've already picked up Nintendo's new-and-improved 3DS have discovered a wonderfully squee-inducing secret buried inside the console. If you tap out the beginning notes of Mario's iconic theme music when in the browser menu, the interface will turn into the classic block-breaking arcade game Breakout.
Everything about this is small: the screen's less than an inch across, the resolution's 96 by 64 pixels and it costs $75. The whole thing's so cute if it was a dog it would wear a dress and live in a handbag.
Aww. Now I can't stop thinking about cosplay couples growing old together, never feeling too old to hit the convention circuit to share their love of dressing up as their favorite characters.
Better avoid fire with these awesome Pokémon, made by Instagrammer Jakecarter14, using materials found in nature.
Two years ago, "bobaepapa" uploaded a video of a baby that was super excited to see her mom, but also waaaaay too sleepy. It was an insanely cute combination—so much so that the video became viral hit. You might've watched it, and then never thought about this baby again.
At its heart, Attack On Titan is incredibly unsettling. I mean, it's about giant humanoids eating humans for seemingly no reason whatsoever; of course it's unnerving. So you look at this animation by riseken—which recreates some of the early plot of Attack on Titan—and you're just like, wow, it should be wrong to…
Ever wanted to go to sleep on fluffy bread? Or curl up in creamy sweets? Now you can—sort of!
Usually, when you think that it might be cool if you could buy all your friends a copy of the game you're playing—so you can play together—it's just an idle fantasy. kaiaminalcrossing actually did it with Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and they threw the most charming party for the presents, too.
Veteran gamer EquinnoxX documented how he modified an old Contra cartridge with a proposal message to his girlfriend at the end of the game. Knowing that Contra is not necessarily the easiest game to beat, it feels like a somewhat cruel—but nevertheless fantastic—way to do it.
There's something about the way iluWinter mimics League of Legends champions here. It's not just that she tries for both the male and female voices—which not all of the compilation videos of this sort do—but that you can tell she's having a lot of fun. Enough fun that you can forgive the voices which don't hit the…
Road construction isn't what I would call "cute". It's hard work. Dangerous. Sweaty. There's nothing cute about that. Japan, however, might beg to differ.
We hope your mother has enjoyed her Mother's Day so far, and if you're a mother, that you have as well. In the spirit of the day, Bethesda offers this video of one of Dishonored's developers explaining to his mom what he does for a living.
No, this isn't particularly spectacular for a mod, much less one for ArmA II, but it is one made by a six-year-old boy, who was curious why his dad spent so much time in front of the computer. When Myke Henkel told his son he was making things for a video game, son Samael insisted on building something himself. So the…
Happy Valentine's Day, Kotaku! May you have a lovely, romantic, and very red February 14.
Yesterday, a good friend of mine invited me to speak at an after-school game club in East Harlem about the game industry. As an adult, it was one of those very illuminating and humanizing experiences that reminds you exactly what it was like to love games dearly when you're 11 years old. Trust me, the kids are…