A couple of days ago, after reading Kotaku editor Stephen Totilo's Pay to Win article, I expressed my disappointment to him and to Kotaku on their choice to advertise and promote cheat sites. Totilo felt that talking about the details about the cheat sites were meant to be as sourcing for the article, not advertising,…
But Is It Accredited? | A new school opened this week in Jonesville, N.C. Its faculty is a little young. If you have to ask where the entrance is you probably won't pass the admissions exam. (Photo: Katie Tysinger, used with permission)
Every couple of weeks we deliver a list of our favorite (mostly) new Xbox Live Indie games to officials involved with the Xbox 360. We pick our favorite indie games; they list them in a corner of the Xbox Live Games Marketplace called Kotaku's Favorites (it's in the Indie channel).
For Japanese otaku, itasha—literally "painmobile"—are about as geeky as they come. This past weekend, diehard itasha gathered and gawked in Tokyo's Odaiba.
¥180 for a beer is super cheap in Japan! Ferraris and Lamborghinis are not. Sorry about the constant neck footage. It's been a long day.
He doesn't talk about it much, but either Conan O'Brien is a gamer or someone on his team is. How else do you explain the subtle gaming references that keep popping up?
Capcom resuscitates a 34-year-old Claymation Saturday Night Live joke in Mr. Bill for the iPhone.
Released last year, this is the official concept promotional image of Microsoft's upcoming motion control system Project Natal. It is black. Update: Microsoft comments, clarifies nothing.