Watch as the fine folks from Tested take one of my favorite things in the whole world and transform it into endless nightmare.
Nightmare children of the future, courtesy of McDonald’s Happy Goggles, a Happy Meal box that transforms into a cardboard VR headset for your phone. Currently being tested in Sweden, where everything folds into something else.
It's time for the annual running of the bladder, as Mountain Dew once again teams up with a major fall video game release to market alien flavors of its citrus-like carbonated beverage. Now with lemonade flavor!
Let's see, we've got emo Harry Osborne, mecha-Rhino, Jamie Foxx as blue raspberry Electro, and Andrew Garfield's hair. That's far too many villains for one movie.
Those pretty plastic peripherals can be painfully pungent, as commenter Hongo found out after his recent purchase of a place to keep his PS Vita. It's Stink Up on Kotaku!
If you thought Metal Gear Solid 3DS looked ugly, get a load of what Sega and Griptonite are doing to Shinobi. Maybe they'll look better in 3D?
The San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, making it the perfect time to parade out some ugly X-Men cosplayers, courtesy of Activision's X-Men Destiny.
Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon is a simple shooter that raises one of life's great questions: Which is worse, giant-sized bugs or normal-sized bugs?
Cops say a woman, posing as a 23-year-old over Xbox Live, traveled from California to Maryland over Thanksgiving and had sex with a 13-year-old boy she'd met while his parents were sleeping. She's in jail now.
This stop-motion video starts off innocently enough, but soon the cute Street Fighter homage and sneaker-based racing give way to a version of id Software's classic Doom made entirely out of raw meat. Warning: Not safe for stomach.
What could be more exciting than a Friday night nerd orgy at PAX next weekend in Seattle? How about a Friday night nerd orgy with actual females attending?
Visitors to Gamescom in Germany aren't big on trashcans. The inside halls were even worse, with trash piled up so thick in places you could slide through it.
Eating the undead isn't just for Japan anymore. From the makers of Zombie Blood energy drink comes Zombie Jerky Dead Meat Chunks, "the first slimy, green, beef jerky packaged in a bright-orange biohazard specimen bag." I feel sick.