The game formerly known as Heroes on the Move is now PlayStation Move Heroes. It's still coming the the PlayStation 3 next year, still stars Jak, Daxter, Ratchet, Clank, Sly Cooper and Bentley. Still motion-controlled. Here's a new level.
Today, I'm cheating. The adorable Marvel Family and the mid-assassination
EzioAltair were from New York Comic-Con's first day (see that day's cosplay too). But I got them late and am adding them to this all-star bunch, which goes from Alan Wake to Zelda. Good job, cos-players!
Mega Man is getting a new comic book series this coming spring from Archie Comics, which vows it will be faithful to the game's continuity.
When we last saw Square Enix's Halo Reach statues in July, half of them weren't painted. Now they all are.
Word leaked on Friday that Marvel's two new character reveals for Marvel. Vs. Capcom 3 would be Magneto and M.O.D.O.K. Now, see them in motion, brawling in the 2011 game courtesy of these trailers we shot at New York Comic-Con.
At a Comic-Con New York panel, Marvel revealed that Konami will bring X-Men, its side-scrolling arcade beat-em-up from 1992, to the Xbox 360 and PS3 as a downloadable title. [Updated with the game's Comic-Con trailer, see inside.]
I made a vow to shoot video of all of the Gundam figures at Bandai's booth at New York Comic-Con. Settle in for the video tour....
Kotaku is at the New York Comic-Con and Marvel has video games to discuss. Plus a new one to announce. What will it be? It's liveblog time.
Spider-Man fans will have their choice of costumes in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, the fighting game that ditches palette swaps for "new costume color variants." Selections from Spider-Man's MvC3 wardrobe were on display at today's New York Comic Con.
I missed Captain America wheeling a kid in a wagon. I missed Joker choking Robin. But I did catch these people cosplaying at the New York Comic-Con, some of them as video game characters, one of whom thought I was Luke Plunkett.
Capcom has confirmed two more contestants doing battle in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, Sir Arthur from the Ghosts 'n' Goblins series and Nathan "Rad" Spencer from Bionic Commando. The pair was revealed today at New York Comic Con. [Update: Along with two more?]
Add StarCraft II's Kerrigan and World of Warcraft's Moonkin to the assembly of statues based on Blizzard's big games, coming from DC Comics. At New York Comic-Con, I shot video of those debuting statues and the rest of the line.
Kotaku is at New York Comic-Con where there are some video things here: games, statues, cosplayers. More of all that forthcoming, but let's start with two photos of Steampunk Boba Fett, designed by Penny Dreadful Productions.
John Marston has a zombie problem. But zombies have a John Marston problem: John Marston's got a blunderbuss.
You may expect men of great brawn and muscle-thickness to instigate the massive spectacles in modern, action-packed video games. Infamous' Cole, is a slender PlayStation 3 hero, but Infamous 2 already shows he could wreck Marcus Fenix, ruin the Hulk.
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.
Marvel and Activision today unveiled a new game coming to consoles next fall that casts players as new mutant recruits.