Late last week, a story surfaced on several sites that the pollution in Beijing was so bad, the sunset had to be broadcast on a huge LED screen so people could watch it. You can see the image directly above. The story, however, is disingenuous.
HeroClix Online isn't just for Marvel fans anymore, at least it won't be come December 7 when WizKids introduces the first two DC Comics-themed sets to the online game and releases the first physical product with codes for in-game heroes included.
In today's very special installment of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Mark Vincent N. Cocjin waxes eloquently on the ghostly digital echoes left behind when a gamer passes on.
Sega wants in on the Street Fighter IV-led fighting game resurgence. Their entrant? A new version of 2006's Virtua Fighter 5, Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown, scheduled for a downloadable release on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 next summer.
Armed with M-4 automatic rifles, swathed in body armor and combat fatigues, the five man U.S. Special Forces Airborne entry team stacks up outside the entrance to the house.
Seoul's Metropolitan Police Agency have been targeting "screen golf" rooms that mix driving range golf with a virtual video-game-type screens. Some of these golf rooms sell alcohol and employ female entertainers in mini-skirts.
In an interview with Kotaku, the president of Nintendo of America discussed the Wii's new motion-control competition, and an array of topics that included some E3 rumors that didn't come true: Wii Netflix and DSi Virtual Console.
We've struck a major milestone in this week's Nintendo Download, as The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask becomes the 300th game to grace the Wii Virtual Console.
It's Monday morning, and despite Fahey's mini-cation from Kotaku Tower, the Nintendo Wii truck just dropped its weekly goods on our doorstep. I caught a glimpse of puzzles and Mercs before staggering up stairs.