Yesterday, Kotaku kicked off its look back on 2013 with our (and your) nominees for Game of the Year. Just as important as the games, though, are the very real people who play them. For the second year, we're also naming our Gamers of the Year, people who made contributions on behalf of video gaming's regular…
Some people on the Internet haven't been too sympathetic to the YouTubers whose livelihoods have been affected by YouTube's recent Content ID sweeps. Boohoo, they say. Get a real job.
It'd be easy to think that getting a PS4 four days before most of the world was the coolest thing to happen to the man who plays combustible video game nerd Francis on YouTube. Or maybe it was having Xbox exec Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb fly down to his house for a trash-talking lightsaber battle that ended with Francis…
Hey, it's Francis! Someone went and sent Francis a regular, retail PS4, which he opens in this video like a kid at Christmas.
Out of his infamous furious persona, Francis took to YouTube to talk about Justin Carter—the League of Legends player who is currently jailed after making distasteful, but not-serious comments on Facebook.
Everybody's favorite combustible video game commentator usually doesn't comment on companies' personnel moves. But, clearly Don Mattrick's move to Zynga has inflamed Francis more than, say, the departure of former EA CEO John Riccitiello. The result? Lines like this: "It's like hiring the pilot from the Hindenburg to…
Think you're mad about tonight's flood of controversial news from Microsoft about the Xbox One? Your rage pales next to Francis' fury.
We all knew we were going to find out what "Francis," the famously furious internet rage-king, thinks of Microsoft's Xbox One reveal. And lo, the big man has already weighed in.
Think you are upset about that Microsoft creative director's always-online remarks? No, you are not upset. Francis, however, is upset. Very upset.
SimCity launched overnight, if by "launched," one means "was as inaccessible as it was the day before." For some, anyway. Here to give voice to their rage is Francis, who's upset that billions of simoleons in vital public infrastructure is needlessly delayed by EA's inability to offer preloading. Sit back, take a…
Channeling Mel Gibson's Braveheart in this new video, Francis gets totally psyched for the next World of Warcraft expansion, Mists of Pandaria. Totally. Psyched.
Francis, the vox fulminati of gamers worldwide, has contemplated yesterday's formal unveiling of the Wii U's price, specifications and launch lineup and offers this cogent analysis of its shortcomings, plus the phonetic pronunciation of "TVii."
I had to watch this about four times just to be completely sure that Internet video game rage comedian Francis did not, in fact, eat his Blizzard keychain authenticator during this rant about yesterday's breach of Battle.Net. Obviously, this video is loud and its language is NSFW.
We're no stranger to Dan Bull's rapping skills. He's covered some of the most popular games with his clever lyrics, but he now turns to a popular issue amongst the gaming community.
Downloadable content has been met with a lot of hostility in the past. But no one has summed up the situation so elegantly as Dan Bull…
Internet comedian Francis, who by now has his nerd shtick almost perfected, leaves his webcam and bedroom behind and takes to the streets for a Magic Card tournament.