We already know about the next Deus Ex Rise of the Tomb Raider and the new Hitman. And Square Enix blew folks’ minds by announcing a FF VII HD remake. Can they possibly have anything left. We’ll be discussing whatever they reveal right here.
It's about time, right? Time to see what Apple literally has up its sleeves. Time to hear all about the new Apple Watch and other assorted surprises. Are you ready? We'll be covering it all live for you, right here, on March 9th at 10AM PT / 1PM ET.
It's the final pre-E3 press conference of the day, Sony's chance to wow us with the PlayStation 4 and its little portable buddy. Are we about to be wowed? Join us and find out.
Two down, two to go. Next up is Ubisoft, where there are sure to be surprises mixed in with the (Assassin's Creed, Far Cry and Rabbids.
From Microsoft's green to EA's blue, we're live from Electronic Arts' E3 2014 press conference. Join us for new games, old favorites and an almost guaranteed appearance from some sports personality.
The first major press conference of E3 2014 is upon us, and we're awash in an incredible amount of green lighting as we wait to see what Microsoft is bringing to the party. Join us and find out!
Welcome friends! In less than an hour, Apple's going to take the wrapping off of the all-new, Jony Ive-powered iOS 7, and we'll be covering it all live, right here. What else are we expecting out of WWDC 2013? New MacBooks, OS X improvements, better iCloud, and maybe even a surprise or two.
In the usual fashion of events leading up to the big E3 gaming convention (which is, scarily, fast-approaching) Konami is among the handful of publishers hosting a pre-show to reveal what will likely entail some next-gen game announcements. At the very least we know we'll hear more on Metal Gear Solid 5 and, in…
Microsoft is about to reveal their next generation Xbox console, and our own Stephen Totilo is at the conference in Washington state to report to you live. Watch him liveblog the festivities right here.
Nintendo is talking about Wii U and we are here to listen. Kotaku editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo and I are sitting in the audience at Nintendo's Hardware Showcase, where they're about to announce... well, we don't really know. Nintendo's Katsuya Eguchi will be here, and that's about everything we've heard so far.
The next chapter in the World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and StarCraft II saga starts here, at the BlizzCon 2011 opening ceremonies, and Kotaku is there, watching, waiting...liveblogging.
In moments we are due for a keynote address on Sony's next-generation handheld system from Tokyo Games Show, courtesy of Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment worldwide studios.
Ken Levine, the mind behind BioShock will anchor a panel alongside Troy Baker and Courtney Draper., the two lead voice actors in BioShock Infinite, beginning momentarily at PAX 2011. Won't you join Kotaku's Stephen Totilo as he liveblogs the discussion? There's bound to be news on one of 2012's most anticipated games.
LucasArts' Craig Derrick and Kinect's Jorg Neumann sit down with USA Today's Mike Snider to discuss new gameplay from the Kinect-enabled Star Wars game. The panel is said to include new details about the game include an all-new mode. The duo are also supposed to be "unveiling an exciting announcement," according to…
This evening we're sitting in with Nintendo and its mystery guest, Ubisoft, for a question and answer session regarding . . . something? What could it be? Is this something related to the Wii U? Is it about a special Nintendo-exclusive Ubisoft game? Can you taste the suspense?
We're here down front at Nintendo's 2011 E3 press conference. This is the last of the big press conferences of this E3. And with Nintendo's next big console expected to be unveiled and detailed, perhaps it will be the best as well.
Kotaku is ears-deep in French accents at the Los Angeles Theater, where publisher Ubisoft will be talking about its upcoming slate, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Driver: San Francisco, Assassin's Creed: Revelations and much much more. What else can we expect from Ubisoft at E3 2011?
Console makers aren't the only ones giving presentations during the week of E3. Publishers are, too, and Electronic Arts fires first with its news conference, and RPGs should figure prominently, with Mass Effect 3 and Star Wars: The Old Republic all coming in the next year. Oh yeah, and there's a game called …
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata takes the stage this morning in San Francisco to discuss modern gaming's 25-year evolution, and where his company will figure into the industry's future, possibly weaving new Nintendo product into his narrative. Join us!