The Pokémon Company, the business devoted entirely to managing all things Pokémon, has filed one hell of a lawsuit against the organisers of a PAX party that had been scheduled to go down last week.
So you and your companions saved the continent of Thedas from certain doom. What have you done for them lately? Find out in September 8’s Trespasser, a downloadable epilogue for Dragon Age: Inquisition that picks up two years after the main story ends.
At PAX Prime in Seattle, Bethesda’s set up a nice little collection of booths; there’s one for each of the big games they’re showing here. The Dishonored booth stands out as an unusually posh exhibit on an otherwise crowded and jumbled show floor.
Seen at PAX today in Seattle: cosplayer Ori Roundtree doing his best to pay respects, Call of Duty style.
Since its release in August of 2012 playing the subscription-free PC MMORPG Guild Wars 2 has been a simple matter of purchasing the initial game. Starting today you don’t even have to do that.
I saw two inventive, perception-centric games at PAX last week that got me thinking about how much we take for granted when playing games in a first-person perspective. In one of them, you're playing as someone who think he's a god. In the other, you're getting yelled at by one. Both of them challenge you to believe…
Imagine being lonely. Not 'no dates for a year' kind of lonely. No, we're talking no physical human contact for days on end, with only a voice on the phone for company. Then, things start to get tense. Trust erodes. What would that do you? Firewatch aims to find out.
How much League of Legends cosplay was there at PAX Prime? A lot. For example, there's a person in that cat costume.
This year's PAX Prime is slowly coming to an end, but that's no excuse to stop celebrating some of Seattle's best cosplay.
Taking a break from making action adventure games featuring stunning characters with large, waatery eyes, Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory's been helping polish combat systems for the Marvel-powered Disney Infinity 2.0.
Want impeccably done Borderlands, Judge Dredd and Kingdom Hearts cosplay from the Pacific Northwest? Well, come right on in.
Are you in Seattle today? Don't miss our PAX panel, Story Time With Kotaku, at 2:30pm in the Sphinx Theater (Sheraton Hotel, 3rd floor). Bring your best questions!
Debuting during the Firaxis Megapanel at PAX Prime this weekend, the "Master Control" gameplay trailer for Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth teaches us about the Purity Affinity, Virtues, the Orbital Layer and how October 24 can't come soon enough.
The PAX that begat all other PAXes has come back around, bringing thousands of fans of all stripes to Seattle to nerd out together. Is there cosplay? Of course. Take a look at some of the best geek culture get-ups right here.
Will you be in Seattle on August 31? Want to hang out with four Kotaku staffers as we regale you with tales from the battlefield?
Even after issuing an apology, in which he spoke of his "regret", the controversy over Penny Arcade artist Mike Krahulik's comments at this year's PAX continue to have repercussions.
While we brought you some of the awesome cosplay we spotted this weekend during PAX, truthfully, there were too many awesome costumes at the show you be able to show them all to you in one go. Thankfully, sneakyzebra here shows us some of the more impressive cosplay at the show—a few we've posted before, but not most…
Remember when Nintendo unveiled The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker back in the day, and everyone lost their minds because of its cel-shaded graphics? And there was basically a storm of hatred until the game was released, at which point everyone played it and realized it was incredible?