I tried to be as evil as possible in The Sims 4, and I was not disappointed.
If you read Snacktaku's review of ice cream sandwiches last year, then you know I hold the combination of vanilla ice cream and chocolate wafers somewhat sacred. So when I see an ice cream sandwich that can sit outside at 80 degrees for over an hour without melting, I begin to worry.
Plants Vs. Zombies studio PopCap games has teamed up with the American Dental Association in an attempt to steal candy out of the mouths of children everywhere, those bastards. PopCap, not the children — I mean, I can't speak for their parentage, but damn, give them some candy.
Downloadable content. Everyone hates it—but everyone buys it. Here's a look at the latest package of extensions and pre-order bonuses designed to crowbar the last dollar out of your wallet. Can you still respect yourself if you buy it?
The newest Halo Minimates aren't going to offer up any clues to Halo 4, but they're still worthy additions to the collections of fans who've been following the sci-fi series. First announced last September, the Series 4 set will mark the first time that Cortana's been a bite-sized plaything. The UNSC vs. Covenant…
It's more than just blue lasers versus red lasers in our Monday installment of Speak-Up on Kotaku, when commenter KingKellogg the Waffle Haggler ponders the eternal question: Why is being evil more exciting than being good?
Capcom will be invading the Penny Arcade Expo later this week with a chance for you to go hands-on with eight of their upcoming games.
What's the most cruel, unfair, downright evil thing you've done in a game? Bitmob polled some industry types with the question. Hal Halpin was a real jerk in Mario Kart 64; Todd Howard created a suicide squad in X-Com.
Steam concludes its week long sale salute to Ubisoft by offering four classic titles from the publisher for just under $10, including Beyond Good and Evil and the original Far Cry.
A big gripe for some Western players about Resident Evil 5 is that the game uses RE4's controls. Those feel, critics say, dated in all the recent advancements in how players interact with gamers. No wonder, while at E3, Capcom producer Jun Takeuchi hinted that Resident Evil 5 would be getting a revamped control…