At Furcadia’s September town meeting, a hundred humanoid animals lounged on purple pillows in a lush, 32-bit meadow. Emerald Flame, Executive Producer of the oldest social MMORPG, was explaining Furcadia’s largest update since its 1996 founding to the motley pile of furry avatars, known in-game as “furres.” It was…
A group of Syrian refugees, having just arrived in Canada, are being temporarily put up in a hotel. The same hotel that, last weekend, was also home to a convention for furries.
It's been over 11 years since we last saw Hudson Soft's bestial battler series in action, and chances of a Bloody Roar revival are incredibly slim. Thank goodness Capcom is here to provide us our anthropomorphic fighter fix with a whopping nine packs of "Wild Costumes" for Ultra Street Fighter IV.
There is a story my friend Daphny likes to tell. She calls it one of the worst experiences of her life. It involves shrooms, furries and intense paranoia.
This weekend, I was at Further Confusion 2013—a furry convention. What was I doing there? Covering the event for Kotaku, of course!
There's a lot we can learn from furries. While animal costumes might not be your thing, Lauren Rae Orsini says that they have inspired her as a journalist.
We know what you're thinking. Will Microsoft's Kinect read your body when fully encased in a fur suit? Direct from Germany, Kotaku has your answer.
Up until yesterday, all I'd heard about Earth Eternal was some grumbling about furries and over-long exposition text. Funny, because I saw neither of those when I sat down with the game.
...is not this Pikachu girl. Imagine something two-hundred times cuter than she is. Someone so gloriously sexy that we couldn't place them on the front page for fear of riots. Brace yourself, and continue.
In this month's in-game podcast Mike McWhertor, Mike Fahey, Adam Barenblat and I are joined by our Kotaku Editor for a day winner in Grand Theft Auto IV.
Ever since PlayStation Home was first announced in January 2007, people have been calling it Second Life for the PlayStation 3. We take a look at what separates these two very different virtual worlds.