Two months ago, following the official confirmation that The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask would be returning in the form of a remake on the Nintendo 3DS, I went back to play the game as it was when it originally released fourteen years ago.
If you detach the sound of pain from its source, I'm willing to bet the result sounds kind of uncomfortable.Granted, we've seen similarly uncomfortable things with guys too. Kirk Hamilton brought to our attention And even earlier today, when I wrote about the character who some people think should…
Researchers at Keele University in England decided it would be neat if they had 40 volunteers play either a violent or non-violent video game for ten minutes and then submerge one of their hands in ice-cold water. This study into the sort of silly things researchers can make subjects do yielded fresh information on…
Every now and then Speak Up on Kotaku eschews the long-winded for the shorter, sweeter things in life, like commenter Paradox Me's single sentence ode to the ones that get away.
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
Lacking anything more sensible to do, the team at GlazeBros crafted a crude board game with painful consequences, and then tested it out on themselves. Ladies and gentlemen, The Waxing Game, family fun that will leave you hairless.
Science fiction takes another step closer to reality today as scientists discover a way to delete traumatic memories from the brains of lab animals. Your fear of Kotaku's regular science posts may soon be a thing of the past!
Anyone who's played a particularly frustrating video game can attest to the therapeutic effect of dropping the F-bomb. The phenomenon has now been scientifically proven, and the man behind the research awarded for his efforts, sort of.
Having previously revealed a launch date of "June", Sony Japan got specific overnight and said that the PlayStation 3's 3D era will begin on June 10.
This June, Sony will be rolling out its range of 3D wares, including its first 3D television the Sony HX803, the Sony stated in an official release. But what does that mean for gaming?
The Colorado-based developers of Playstation 3 downloadable game Pain were hit with lay-offs today, sources at the company tell Kotaku.
Meet Smooth Jarvis, the new character for the PlayStation Network game PAIN, brought to you by the fine folks at AXE deodorant.
Sure, PAIN has a roster of annoying, forgettable characters and a one-shot gameplay mechanic. But it's also good, honest fun, and has quietly become one of the star performers on the PlayStation Network. Next week, it hopes to become a star performer on Blu-Ray as well.
Later this month the Sore Spots add-on for Playstation Network title PAIN, hits the console bringing with it the PAINalympics.
Mr. Ashcraft passed this video to us a good week and a half ago, and upon watching it the first time I was determined never to…