Super Mario Odyssey this week showed no one’s consciousness is safe from the little plumber.
And that’s it! All the entries are in and after looking through all of them, I think one thing is clear: the events of WWII have been terribly misunderstood.
Welcome back friends, it’s been a while.
Last weekend feels like it was a lifetime ago. But even in these times of change, some things remain constant. Like George W. Bush’s penchant for being a goof.
January 21, 2017 was a historic day. The United States swore in its 45th President. Also, George W. Bush played peekaboo with a plastic poncho.
We started this contest with a much darker vision of life in New Donk City for Mario, but thanks to this week’s winner, we can end it on a much brighter one.
It was great to finally get a real look at the Nintendo Switch and some of the things it’s capable of. But even if the future of Nintendo’s latest console remains uncertain, what I’m really worried about is Mario. I just have a feeling New Donk City is going to eat him alive.
Holy Clickers, Batman! Everyone really went above and beyond this week.
Poor Ellie. Six years after The Last of Us’s ominous ending, she’s set out to become a budding folk musician but can’t seem to find anybody to jam with. And those dead bodies littered throughout the cabin aren’t helping.
Final Fantasy XV is nearly here, so it’s time to start imaging all the places the boys might go. Noctis and the crew no doubt have time to do a little sight seeing in-between all the bad dialogue and loot farming, so where would you like to see them end up on their quest to cement their bromance for all eternity?
Week three of the ‘shop contest 3.0 has come and gone, so here I am to announce the winners. I asked you to hack some Pokémon into Watch Dogs 2's San Francisco and here we are, awash in elemental critters and over-exposed cityscapes.
Nintendo and Vans may have teamed up to produce some special gaming-themed shoes, but none of them can hold a candle to the
monstrosities fresh new designs our readers came up with.
The winner of the final Kotaku ‘Shop Contest of 2015 took everything we loved about the original ‘Shop Contests and combined them into one highly derivative yet incredibly entertaining image. Congratulations, J.J. Abrams!
This past week Microsoft debuted Hololens, a holographic Windows 10 interface that could hide a Minecraft-like game behind your walls. What else can the holographic Windows of the future help us hide? Strap on your 'Shop Contest goggles, kids.
A mysterious Christmas gift. A disappointed-looking man. These were the gifts I gave our image manipulating community last week. What they've given us is in return is pure holiday magic.
This is not an expression one wants to see on Christmas morning. What could possibly upset this vaguely Chris Evans-ish model so? That's up to this week's 'Shop contest participants.
In the spirit of this festive holiday season, last week I asked our 'shop-savvy readers to design the most wonderful ugly video game holiday sweater of them all. I'd wear every one of these, all at once, with this Bad Dudes one on top.
No-brainers make for the best 'Shop Contest ideas and this one was a lead-pipe lock as soon as it was spotted on Tuesday. This log flume full of Smash Bros aficionados takes the gold for best roller-coaster reaction shot of all time, but we're going to make it better.
This week's challenge comes again from Kotaku's travels, but fear not, we're not doing cosplay exploitables again. We'll shelve that idea for a while. This time, we're gonna throw a roof party for Nintendo of America's super-duper green headquarters.