My friend N'Gai Croal and I have made a game out of choosing the 10 best video games of all time. This is a game, called Canon Fodder, that we invite game developers to play every six months or so.1. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 2. Super Mario Galaxy 3. Grand Theft Auto IV 4. Super Mario World 5.…
Gaming's most testosterone-fueled alpha male, Duke Nukem, is back and ready to kick space alien ass in Duke Nukem Forever, the game we never ever thought they'd finish.
We were encouraged to take as many pictures as we could of Duke Nukem Forever here at Penny Acrade Expo 2010 today. So I did.
Are you ready for PAX? You should be! It starts in a little over 9 hours. Team Kotaku will be on the ground, covering the festivities. The show hasn't started, so have a look behind the show's curtain.
Rare is the first-person shooter that lets us pit murderous clown versus flamethrower-wielding Vegas showgirl, beach bunny against surfer bro. Ubisoft's new Bloody Good Time does, a multiplayer kill-fest from the developers of The Ship.
Andy and Chris are going to Seattle this weekend. They are going to the Penny Arcade Expo where they will share a booth and let the public, for the first time, try their games. Things are looking good.. for Andy.
Are you going to this year's PAX convention in lovely Seattle, Washington this weekend? Kotaku is. Ubisoft is too, giving many attendees their first look at games like Rez spiritual sequel Child of Eden, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood and something new.
In one week I'll be in Seattle at PAX. Will you be there too? If so, you could attend not one but two panels hosted by Kotaku. You already know about the first one. The second is more serious.
One reason to attend the Penny Arcade Expo next week is to go to Kotaku's panel. Another is to try to win one of these DSi systems illustrated by Scribblenauts artist Edison "Edy" Yan.
Where in the world is Kotaku headed next? With half of our team back from Germany and Gamescom 2010 we will stay put only briefly. Next week, we hit PAX in Seattle. Specifically, I will be hitting PAX.
The Behemoth may be busy pushing Castle Crashers through Sony's approval process and working on BattleBlock Theater, but that doesn't mean they don't have time to work on a very special Castle Crashers treat for fans attending PAX this year.
We haven't had a year without an Insomniac Games-developed release since 2001, but this year is looking to be both Resistance and Ratchet & Clank-free. At least we have an Insomniac Games announcement to look forward to very soon.