Cosplay photos? So 2014. This year’s New York Comic-Con has seen cosplayers captured in full 3D, then uploaded on the internet as interactive models so you can pan and scan and check out their outfits in their entirety.
Nintendo’s going to let you admire Bayonetta’s new haircut up close when it brings the Platinum Games heroine’s next game to New York City next week.
Square Enix, along with many other game publishers, will be descending on the Big Apple next week for New York Comic-Con. And when NYCC starts next Thursday, the company will be letting folks shoot arrows at a target in imitation of the newly-rebooted Lara Croft. If the following is to be believed, these will be real…
New York Comic-Con is a wrap, but only after delivering four days packed with movies, video games, comics and cosplay.
Fusion Genesis is meant to be a mix of a twin-stick shooter and a massively mulitplayer online game. But it felt more like a space combat game than an MMO.
Square Enix's classy Play Arts line of action figures will get a little longer at the New York Comic Con later this week with the release of a new piece (and re-release of two old favourites).
Video games have now given the society at least two things: 1) children with better hand-eye coordination and 2) the opportunity for people dressed as Chewbacca to dance to Michael Jackson. Updated with superior video.
On the eve of New York Comic-Con, Capcom's Seth Killian showed Kotaku the best moves of four of Marvel Vs. Capcom 3's newest brawlers: X-23 and Spider-Man from Marvel, Wesker and Tron from Capcom. Their opponents: some lovely ladies.
The Chronicles of Riddick's appearance at the weekend's New York Comic Con brought with it a half dozen screen shots and a new trailer. Buy or rent?
You can't expect to go to any type of convention or event nowadays without returning with all kinds of free stuff. The New York Comic-Con wasn't any different.
Hudson brought a few games for fans to try out at Comic-Con. Of course, since one of them was a Bomberman Ultra, I had to get a couple games in.
Namco Bandai made up for not bringing Splatterhouse to Comic-Con to demo for us by instead showing off this little title for XBLA and PSN.
Here is part two of our New York Comic-Con cosplay journey. Here's part one in case you missed it earlier.
One vendor at the Comic-Con must have thought it was 2004 and not 2009. Seriously. $1000 for that hunk of crap?
Southpeak had their very own Violette Summer on hand to pose for pictures with fans. But, I was at their booth to check out their game, not the babe.
Much to my surprise, shoved in between games like House of the Dead: Overkill, Mad World, and The Conduit, was another Sonic game. I decided to take a (very) quick look at it.