Someone who's helped get a lot of great video games in your hands needs your help now. Brandon Boyer—the chairman of the Independent Game Festival and a relentlessly exuberant champion of all sorts of video game creativity—fought off cancer last year. But the expenses of his medical care came out to a whopping…
Did EA send you a Titanfall beta code for the wrong platform? Helpful tipster Tony points us to the EA Help website, where there are step-by-step instructions that promise to get your code snafu taken care of in two hours.
An Insomniac Games graphic arts intern, who worked on Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus, lost her leg in a hit-and-run accident and is facing a long recovery and financial uncertainty with medical bills and college loans. Insomniac has donated $5,000 to Ana Kessel; a fund raiser for her has been established here.
Today's Speak Up on Kotaku comes from commenter JuiceandSpoons, who'd like to build his own PC but needs a little help figuring out the guts to make it go. It's the Kotaku community to the rescue!
The gist of many big company's new "No Sue" clauses are that you can't sue them, but beyond that, aarrggghh, there's so much legal wish-wash it makes your head spin.
We've made a few small adjustments to our site today, including a new way to interact with stories in our right sidebar: You can now set the sidebar to a one- or two-paned interface, as demonstrated in the video above, made by our friends at Lifehacker.
Interested in Capcom's upcoming release of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite but don;t know the first thing about monster hunting? The Encyclopedia Gigantica is here to help.