I don’t know how I feel about the tone of the recently released Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser, and the LEGO version isn’t helping.
Sweeping landscapes. Floating ruins, trees and lava falls. February 12. Sega's teasing something, but what? Any ideas?
This weekend, I was at Further Confusion 2013—a furry convention. What was I doing there? Covering the event for Kotaku, of course!
Let Dave Fennoy, Lee's voice actor in The Walking Dead and Gabriel Tosh's voice actor in StarCraft II, excite you for our next live Q&A.
In case you don't want to watch the first teaser trailer for Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, let me summarize it for you: Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, oh god what is that? What the hell is that?!
Teasing tomorrow's release of the official Hitman: Absolution E3 trailer, Square Enix teases us with an image depicting eight ladies dress in vinyl nun costumes wielding a wide variety of powerful firearms. Could Hitman: Absolution feature the world's first nun-based online multiplayer? God I hope so.
The Assassin's Creed Facebook page shifted over to the "timeline" display today, choosing that mysterious snowy image for its panorama.
I fall for puzzles and mysteries. Put a code in front of me, or a series of entirely unrelated clues, and I will sit there for hours if I have to, attempting to solve it. Even if I end up completely uninterested in the product a puzzle is promoting, I generally leap at the chance to make sense out of vague patterns.
Earlier this month Game Informer gave us the first dust-filled image from BioWare's mysterious new franchise. Now Spike delivers the first footage from the title, nearly three whole seconds that tell us absolutely nothing.
In this teaser trailer for a full length ad to run on television September 27, rapper Jay-Z explains that while Battlefield 3 does have (at least) "99 Problems", not one of those problems is a bitch. And here we were all worried!
Deep Silver has a game forthcoming that features islands, water, and people in pirate costumes, and it ain't Dead Island. No, it is Risen 2: Dark Waters, the sequel to a game that was a fantasy RPG.
The U.S. premiere of Retro Game Master, the Japanese TV series that forces "middle management" comedian Shinya Arino to play Japan's most popular and difficult video games often in a single marathon session, hits Kotaku this week.
Join me as I delve into the secrets of the latest character teaser for — oh forget it, it's Julia Chang. Next.
While it's certainly not the game-changing first trailer for Dead Island, today's just-released trailer attempts to give a tug to those same heartstrings with music right out of a Hallmark commercial matched to in-game footage.
Undead creatures swarm, bullets fly, and gas stations explode in this action-packed first look at Slant Six Games' Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Fans of the deep, strategic, jetpack-powered combat of Tribes have been clamoring for a new game since the 2004 release of Tribes: Vengeance. Hi-Rez Studios delivers this year with Tribes: Ascend, a downloadable game for Xbox 360 and PC.
See what it's like to be stabbed repeatedly by Ninja Gaiden star Ryu Hayabusa in this, the first teaser video for Team Ninja's next project, Ninja Gaiden III.