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.
How can TT Games make a LEGO game equal to rival the size and scope of LEGO Marvel Superheroes with only the two main Avengers movies to pull from? It can’t, so it pulls from four more.
There are a lot of people in costumes having fun in this montage from New York Comic-Con 2014. Let's join them, shall we?
Mega Man fans might not be getting the games they want, but toys? They're good on toys. Just look at this gorgeous thing.
Oh leave poor Logan alone, Pete Holmes. Hasn't he been through enough, I guess? I mean, it's still a bit fuzzy, continuity-wise. Eh, okay fine, fire him.
Troy Baker, who has replaced Mark Hamill as the Joker in the next big Batman Arkham video game, and who has replaced Nolan North as the ubiquitous voice-actor who seems to star in every other major game, read some lines at New York Comic Con yesterday. And not just any lines. Some lines the great Alan Moore wrote for…
Today in News That's Sketchy As Hell, here's one of the worst social media gaffes we've seen in a very long time: New York Comic Con hijacking peoples' Twitter accounts without their permission.
While speaking with Yoshitaka Amano, the legendary designer who created art for almost every game in the Final Fantasy series, I asked him about his dream project. Would he want to work on a direct sequel to Final Fantasy VI? Maybe a Dragon Quest game? Some sort of crazy Chrono Trigger spinoff?
Earlier today, Square Enix and United Front Games announced that they'll be delivering a horror movie style add-on to the gritty open-world action of Sleeping Dogs. The publisher and developer showed off the trailer and some gameplay from Nightmare in North Point, and talked about the special weapons and abilities…
At New York Comic-Con, Beenox—the studio behind The Amazing Spider-Man video game adaptation, said the title would be coming to the Wii U in spring 2013.
Square Enix managed to find a surprising success in Sleeping Dogs, their crime drama that takes place in a engaging open-world Hong Kong. Since the game's summer release, it's gotten DLC offerings that give players new racing or cop missions as well as packs filled with new customization options but nothing in the…
The Big Apple's biggest nerd-fest is in full swing and Kotaku's on the scene to soak up as much cosplay, gameplay and horseplay as we can handle. In the gallery below, you'll see the sharpest and silliest costumes we've spotted so far.
You're at comic con. You think you see a cool cosplayer, off in the distance. You can't quite tell if it's supposed to be a Velociraptor or a T-Rex. You move closer, cautiously, not wanting to alert him to your presence.
In addition to its Ninja Turtles reveal, LEGO has also been showing off new sets and figures from its Hobbit line at the New York Comic-Con.
Re-born and raised in the sewers beneath the city that never sleeps, Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello and Leonardo make a rare above-ground appearance today as LEGO reveals its upcoming line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle LEGO sets.
New York Comic-Con is a wrap, but only after delivering four days packed with movies, video games, comics and cosplay.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive had its first official tournament over the weekend at the New York Comic-Con.
Disclaimer: This was not, by any stretch of the imagination, my first ever convention. NYCC 2011 was, however, my first convention as a member of the press. As it turns out, there isn't much difference between a badge that says "4-day" and a badge that says "press"—unless the person wearing said badge makes that…
New York Comic-Con's Just Dance 3 stage was always filled with an interesting mix of cosplayers, but these are my favorite: A dozen assassins from Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed line dancing to Sugarhill Gang's Jump On It with the help of Ubisoft's other major hit... Just Dance.
New York Comic-Con wrapped up Sunday with a schedule geared slightly more towards children.