This Facebook exchange between two strangers begins as many Facebook exchanges between random dudes and female retail clients go.
Don't let the graphic fool you. We're not here for the back of Placido Domingo's head. We're here for the gentleman on the right. That's Sony boss Kaz Hirai, just chillin' on the starting grid at the Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix. Lookin' sharp, Kaz. Also lookin' like a kid in a candy store.
Progress Score: Initially startling, but apprehension soon gives way to an appreciation of its wispy whiteness. Post-apocalyptic desert ranger meets Santa Claus. Most likely not a Half-Life Episode 3 tease.
The man? That's Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima. The jacket? That's a replica of Ryan Gosling's from the movie Drive. With Hollywood's big night looming, a little Oscar party cosplay, perhaps?
While the gaming press was falling over itself for Jade Raymond's flowing locks in 2007, our eye had instead been caught by another Ubisoft employee. Patrice Desilets.
J Allard has, tragically, been in hiding for some time now. And still is! But his name, at least, has come out of hiding. We're glad. And so, so glad that when it did resurface, it was to share the limelight with some illustrious company!
That is, if you live in New York City. And if you do, lucky you.
Why is Megan Fox playing Guitar Hero on the Wii news? It's not, you ungrateful little jerks. Here I am giving you pictures of Megan Fox and you question my posting judgment? How dare you.
We haven't done a Kotaku Stalku in ages. That makes us think, hey, we should do one! Good thing reader Jaime sent us this picture and note:
It's OK, everyone. Valve drinks coffee too! While filming a vox pop piece in Seattle on the closure of 600 Starbucks stores across the US, local news channel KING5 inadvertently got the scoop on not only where Valve get their coffee, but who's allowed out for coffee runs and even what everyone drinks. As you can see,…
Back in late February, we brought word of a Dead Rising lawsuit. Capcom was being sued over the game by the MKR Group, which holds the rights to George Romerso's Dawn of the Dead film. MKR claimed that Dead Rising was essentially an unlicensed adaptation of the Romero film. Over the weekend, George Romero appeared at…
So the Metal Gear Solid World Tour has kicked off! And how was it? Kotaku reader Ninjax blogs: