Police Blotter: Someone Stole an Xbox 360 from the U.S. Open

Crime is a constant feature of video games writing. Somewhere, someone is doing something illicit with them—sometimes comically stupid, sometimes tragic. Games and consoles are currency, objects of dispute, sometimes even weapons themselves. Kotaku's Police Blotter is here to round up the latest in games crime. » 6/23/13 2:00pm 6/23/13 2:00pm

It Seems Easy, But Tiger's Greatest Feat is Damn Hard in a Video Game

In no rec league could I ever throw a no-hitter. Alone on a basketball court I'd need half an hour to score 69 points—and a trampoline to dunk. But I can do all of those things in my living room. If video games give us the conceit of doing the impossible, only now has one demonstrated how hard that really is. » 5/12/13 5:30pm 5/12/13 5:30pm

Get Your First Look at Golden Tee Live 2012 With These Five Course Previews

Arcade games still have a pulse, and the venerable Golden Tee Golf franchise is not going to be caught resting on its laurels. Developer Incredible Technologies is offering a preview of it's update for the coming year, Golden Tee Live 2012. Take a look at the places you'll be able to tee off. » 8/05/11 2:40pm 8/05/11 2:40pm

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters is an Experience Unlike Any Other

My first visit to Augusta National broke the club's dress code with almost criminal negligence: I was wearing basketball shorts, a T-shirt, and was unshaven to boot. Sure, I was on my couch, but I told myself I was stepping to the tee box on the first hole of the world's most prestigious golf course. Does a trip to… » 3/29/11 3:00pm 3/29/11 3:00pm