Do you ever play video games with your mom? If so, Jimmy Fallon wants to put you on TV.
Anna Marsh and Sarah van Rompaey are a pair of video game industry veterans, having worked on big-budget titles including Tomb Raider Anniversary and Underworld. Together with graphic artist Gabriella Pavan they formed Lady Shotgun, a part-time game studio run by full-time moms. Here's their first game.
You've probably got a very idea of what to expect from 2012's biggest games. You see the trailers, you see the gameplay and you figure, yeah, I can get into this.
Dead Space 2's campaign to appall mothers has been deemed a success. Rather than dismiss the moms from their focus grouping, lets keep 'em around to work on some other games we like - or find equally hideous.
A Dead Space 2 viral campaign launching this weekend took plenty of chutzpah, I'll give it that. Electronic Arts brought in 200 middle-aged mothers under the auspices of a focus group looking at a new game. They were, aptly, horrified.
Still trying to sell the DS to people who don't typically play games, Nintendo has plans for an application linking the DS with a supermarket's inventory so users can simplify their shopping list and find what they need more easily.
Here at Kotaku, we like to think ahead and solve problems well in advance. So while today might be Easter, we're already thinking about Mother's Day. And here's just the gift.
A Danish mother has at last paid back years of refrigerator finger-paintings of her as a stick figure with circle boobies and a triangle skirt. Nothing says motherly love like a Riddick box cover painting.
I know a lot of you have memories of your mom surprising you for the holidays or your birthday with a game or, better yet, a console, or a birthday party at the local arcade or mini-golf. That's one of the best things about moms, when you're a kid; when they come out of nowhere, without a word of begging, pleading or…