Just when you thought the holidays were ending, along comes an entire week of super-speedy runs through your favorite games for an excellent cause. It’s time for Awesome Games Done Quick. Let’s watch together!
Now that all of the announcements and new trailers have dropped, it's time for more panel discussions and live game demos on the second day of Sony's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas. Let's watch!
Sony's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas kicks off today with the keynote at 1 pm Eastern, with plenty of panels featuring the latest and greatest games all weekend long. Watch it live on Twitch right here.
A competition in Salem, Oregon later this Saturday will give folks nostalgic for The Oregon Trail—i.e., everyone who had access to a PC in the '80s and '90s—the chance to relive the classic game in all its pixellated, dysentery'd splendor.
Did you hear that? That's the sounds of hundreds of thousands of parents and collectors breathing a sigh of relief, as they learn the final Skylanders: Swap Force character is being released next week. It's quickly followed by a pained groan, as they discover Doom Stone's debut is a 500-piece giveaway at the Toys'R'Us…
New York City Kotakuites, take note. The Standard, High Line hotel in Manhattan, previously home to the big PS4 review event, will be the site of Sony's official PS4 launch party in NYC. There will be shenanigans. And actual PS4s—444 of them, in fact.
It's just a few days before Sony launches their next-gen console. So they've rented out a few floors of New York City's The Standard hotel to showcase some of the PS4's upcoming games. Three of us from Kotaku are currently wandering the hotel, preparing to play some games and ask some questions.
What, you think just because SyFy and Trion Worlds' cross-media project Defiance is set in the future it's immune from rotting, shambling, flesh-hungry beasts? The game plague reaches the show in two weeks, unless the players can stop it!
If you're in New York City or nearby, there's something you've got to do by the end of the weekend. Head over to the Park Avenue Armory on 68th street, plunk down $12 and spend an hour or so swinging on swings as you create art.
The first mobile card collecting game that's been able to keep my attention for more than a few days just got its first big raid event. The Insecticons are running rampant in Transformers Legends on Android, and it's up to me to stop them. You can help, I guess.
We've already shown you a sneak peek at the awesome art being created to celebrate the quarter-century birthday of Capcom's legendary fighting game series. And you can drool over a few more pieces in the gallery above. If you go to the Combo Attack Art Show at the IAm8-Bit gallery space, you'll see all of those and…
Indie games that capture your imagination like Canabalt, Sword & Sworcery and Beat Sneak Bandit seem to come out of nowhere sometimes. But, in the case of other ambitious titles, like Mark Essen's Nidhogg or Terry Cavanaugh's At a Distance actually get commissioned by New York University's Game Center for their…
What happens someone who grew up on the N64 makes art? You get Cammy, Sub-Zero and G.I. Joe rolling up on Mario's stomping grounds in tanks.
What are you doing on Thursday evening? If you're in New York City or the surrounding area, consider going to Cosmic Cocktails and Space Arcade, an event at the American Museum of Natural History's Rose Center for Earth and Space.
Not content with merely streaming live matches leading up to the March release of the Street Fighter X Tekken fighting game crossover, Capcom has teamed with iPlayWinner and Team Spooky to create Cross Assault, a live week-long $25,000 tournament masquerading as an internet reality show.
Nintendo packed New York City's Time Square with colorful platforms, warp tubes and piranha plants to celebrate the weekend's release of Super Mario 3D Land.
Capcom and gaming pub Kill Screen spent the night treating the downtown NYC area to "Fright Club", a gathering for people to come out and play two new Resident Evil games and one new take on Dead Rising.
Batman descends upon streets of Gotham on October 17, when Warner Bros. brings Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy, comic artist Jim Lee, and game director Sefton Hill to the Toys"R"Us Times Square launch event, with 500 advance copies of the game in tow.