Marvel put together an awesome re-imagining of Avengers heroes and villains as college students. They recruited top notch voice talent like Alison Brie, Colton Haynes and John Cena. All that design work and talent for a glorified Simpson: Tapped Out clone.
The latest attempt to re-release the beloved PC series No One Lives Forever is dead in the water. The saddest part? It could have been rescued, if not for the apathy of big corporations.
I saw this at a local department store on the weekend, and teared up, just a little. Not at the price - that's a steal for such a classic - but for the company it was now forced to keep.
The good news — the world's premiere digital pinball platform is coming to the Xbox One on July 31. The bad news — players will have to repurchase all of the Pinball FX2 tables they've already bought for the Xbox 360.
Technical issues killed today's Saturday Morning Stream. If I can get them sorted out, we might have a Saturday Evening Stream this week instead. Or I might throw a gaming laptop out the window. One of those.
Sadness is a fable so old that most of our original stories on the "game" no longer exist on the internet. One of the most notorious pieces of vapourware in video games history, it was at one point a posterchild for the hardcore's hopes for the Wii. Now it wants to haunt the Wii U instead.
Yesterday, we talked about our favorite games of 2013. Now comes the hour of our discontent. It's time to vent, to get mad, to talk about sadness and disappointment. Hooray?
Video games are meant to be fun. Social networks are supposed to bring us together with friends. Sadly, not everything goes according to plan.
In today's laser-targeted edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Petey 2 Kold has an issue with Crysis 2 on the PlayStation 3, and would like to make developer Crytek aware of it. Have at them, Petey 2.
Music producer Jun Seba, known as Nujabes, passed away in late February. His label made public the sad news today.
Oh Japan, why must you make Miyamoto sad? The legendary game designer recently spoke to MTV Multiplayer about his disappointment with the performance of the Star Fox series in his native land.
Despite swinging into retail stores amidst a flurry of hype, nostalgia, and relatively kind reviews, Capcom's Bionic Commando failed to capture big numbers at retail, pushing only 27,000 units in its opening month.
A brother argument over video games has ended in death when an 11-year-old Mississippi boy accidentally shot his 9-year-old brother in the chest with a shotgun.
Shigeru Miyamoto is no longer suffering the GameCube blues, we learned at E3. In fact, he's been turning heads. But he is still trying to shake the criticism that Nintendo's Wii games are shallow.
Despite appearing in the Kerrigan reveal trailer shown at BlizzCon 2008, Glynnis Talken Campbell, the original voice of StarCraft's Queen of Blades, will not be voicing the character in StarCraft II.
That's the Isabella in the original Xbox 360 version of Dead Rising — the one we know and love. The Isabella in the upcoming Wii version looks different. Want to see? Drumroll please...
Straight from the TV show of the same name, this intervention is from
an episode earlier this year
February 2005. And is sad, sad viewing. Oh, except for the Shinobi part. That part, totally understandable.