Los Santos: the city so pretty you won't notice the dead bodies. At least not right away.
Making Miis and watching them grow is the best part of Tomodachi Life. So why not share some of that joy with the rest of the world? What's that you say...because doing so is unnecessarily confusing?
One of the highlights every year for Tokyo Game Show is the cosplay and cosplay events, and this year is no different. During the day, before the evening events, cosplayers pose and show off their costumes for the public to see and take photos of, and Kotaku photographers were on the scene for some snapshots.
When the original DS launched Nintendo gave us Pictochat, a decent local wireless program for chatting and exchanging pictures with our friends. When the 3DS launched, casual chatting was nowhere to be seen. Swapnote fixes that.
The Playstation Portable 2, codenamed the NGP, is a sexy beast packed with touch controls, dual analog sticks, a sexy OLED screen and built-in 3G.
Atari jumps on the Facebook bandwagon, carrying a knapsack full of kitschy stickers so you can personalize your photos with Atari Photo Sauce.
Before you say it, yes, it is a slow fuckin' news day. Sue me. It's like blaming a farmer when it won't rain. So we have the above work of art, which is rather self-explanatory. I love the shattered look on Splinter's face. And on the jump, well, all I can say is "Boxer bitches," - and it's the correct usage of both…
Gamers - the next time the game you want is sold out, rest assured that Target has got your back.
Up to now, the only occurrences of a platinum blonde wig and a PSP in the same frame could be found in someone's cosplay Photobucket album. Sony probably saw that and, in the interest of portraying the real people who would really use its Go!Explore GPS gadget and service, came up with the above promo shot. Other…
Another reason this is hell? Think of another thing gamers enjoy that requires opposable thumbs.