Today is Valentine's Day, and this past week Kotaku went wookin' pa nub in all the video game places. Below are special links to all our Love Week stories, covering love in all its forms, from lust to matrimony.
While religion and an allegorical journey through a medieval hell remain the central themes of the video game adaption of Dante's Inferno, an exploration of love and lust and what separates the two is nearly as important in the game.
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, Konami thought a good way to promote its Nintendo DS title Love Plus would be to have girls in school uniforms hand out chocolate snacks to random men.
A year ago, I attended a Halo wedding. It was in Orlando. The bride entered to a live rendition of the Halo 3 menu music. A man dressed as Master Chief married bride and groom. Here's what happened next.
A few days before last Christmas, a line stretched around a Tokyo bakery. The customers were waiting to buy Christmas cake. But they weren't waiting to buy just any cake.
At the CES show in Las Vegas in January, I was debating Craig Gross, a pastor at the XXX Church, about the merits of porn.
I can buy video game’s depiction of intergalactic war, sure. Gaming portrayals of romance are a tougher sell. But there’s another kind of love that’s suddenly popular in games and is being done well: The love of being a dad.
Gamers need Valentine's Day gifts. If you plan to buy a February 14th present for a gamer - or are a gamer and need to drop some hints — please consult this, our Valentine's Day Gift Guide for Gamers
With Valentine's Day creeping up on us, ax in hand, we've decided to take a moment here on Kotaku to examine all things Love.