"He's all right. He's okay!"
Dammit, Spider-Man. We can't rely on you at all any more, can we?
One by one they ride. One by one they fall.
This botched-up bus advert was spied by Crystal Dynamics' Karl Stewart, the global brand director for the Tomb Raider franchise. Oops.
When My Little Pony for iOS and Android launched earlier this month I could count my Gameloft Live friends on two hands. Now I have 500. They say you can never have too many friends. In my case, too many friends destroyed Ponyville.
Hey, I know that server errors are to be expected when an online game launches. That doesn't make it any less annoying that I've been trying (quite diligently!) to log in to Diablo III for the last half-hour to no avail.
Perhaps riffing on a Speak Up on Kotaku topic from last week, commenter Gusi A. Rincon wants to know which franchise you would obliterate if you possessed that awesome power?
If you were given the option to choose any franchise, and end it, either because you think its last game gave it a proper ending, because you…
Kotaku commenter Goldwings is having problems connecting to mutliplayer games in Call of Duty: Black Ops for the PlayStation 3, so he voices his displeasure in video form in today's Speak-Up on Kotaku.
Do you suck at StarCraft II? Do the intricate combo moves of Street Fighter escape you? Maybe you need an MRI. Researchers have found a method for scanning the brain that could predict how well you play video games.
I poke fun at the Virtual Boy as much as the next guy, but does it belong on the same list as New Coke, Clippy the helpful paper clip, the Segway, and Agent Orange?
Skepticism takes a holiday in Argentina, where three TV personalities - one of them a doctor - break the news that kids are mixing an alcoholic drink recipe that includes kerosene and axle grease - aka Grog from Monkey Island.
In case you missed out on the first round of BlizzCon 2009 tickets, make sure you make it to the BlizzCon website tomorrow morning to miss out on that batch as well.
While it never exactly resonated with the more discerning end of the video game buying public, the average man on the street would still have put a fiver on Wii Music doing well in its first month of sale (the game was released in the US on October 20). After all, it's for the Wii, it's made by Nintendo and it's got…
Aw, bless. This one really tried to be offensive but it comes across like a three year old try to get a rise out of his grandparents by shouting "POO!" in public. The tabloid press are predictably irate about this 'game' that casts you as a suicide bomber bent on claiming as many innocent lives as possible and indeed…