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?
Everyone who's played a Tomb Raider game knows that Lara Croft's pistols are her most iconic and trusty weapons. Always filled with ammo, always ready to mow down the rabid wolves, Yeti and human thugs who get in her way.
There's no more illusion that smoking isn't bad for your health. And tobacco companies are obliged to divulge the risks involved with using their products. They still want to make money, though, and resort to questionable means to market their wares to the public.
If you weren't careful, you could step over some of the cutest cosplayers attending this year's New York Comic-Con. Take this little Spider-toddler in the shot above. She's only 19 months old but kept her mask on like a real superhero. Off to a great start, I say. Take a gander at the other outfits that turned heads,…
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.
Whether you love or hate what BioWare's done with their fantasy action series, most people who've played the Dragon Age game would have to admit that they're filled with impressive art and design. A new book from Dark Horse Comics will provide glimpses of the all the artwork that goes into making Dragon Age feel…
"This one doesn't have time for your solid waste excretions."
Yesterday at New York Comic-Con, one of comics' best writers and a true movie-making visionary told the world what their new comic-book series were about. Too bad no one could understand them.
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.
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…