Razer is holding a sweepstakes to give away a limited edition Star Wars edition of their $2500 Blade laptop. I was going to wait until after sign-ups were closed to tell you folks, but figure if I win I'd just have to give it away all over again anyway, so have at it.
Today's Speak Up on Kotaku doles out equal parts PC love and PC hate, as Mr. Gilder attempts to install and launch Guild Wars 2.It's Gilder Wars!
An upcoming expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic will add a host of new features to the MMO, like a new "Nightmare" difficulty level, new companion characters, new PvP warzones, new playable species, more high-level content and a new planet.
What a ridiculous, attention-grabbing headline! Everybody knows game reviewers have already succumbed to the dark side; it's a job requirement. Looking at the scores Kinect Star Wars is pulling in I'm beginning to wonder if there's an even darker side.
There are certain disadvantages to locating your game-centric retail store next to a big box electronics outfit, as this lovely Best Buy sign so aptly demonstrates. It's enough to make a guy trade in all his games for a refrigerator.
Artist J Salvador has a series of pictures where he takes famous pop culture icons and makes them sad little children. It's touching stuff, especially when Nathan Drake and his soaked feline are concerned.
The Old Republic world designer Jesse Sky and his team are responsible for creating Flashpoints, moments of group-based galactic crisis in the game on the same level as the Death Star battle. No pressure.
The fact that your player keeps fighting after he or she dies in Guild Wars 2 is almost as shocking as the fact that the game has no dedicated healer class. ArenaNet's Jon Peters, Eric Flannum, and Isaiah Cartwright explain.
The latest Guild Wars 2 class in the spotlight is the warrior, a master of weapons powered by adrenalin and suited for any situation, thanks to the game's newly-revealed traits system.
Kotaku Talk Radio is coming to you live RIGHT NOW, well maybe ten minutes, with special guest Marcus Segal, the chief operating officer for Zynga.
Join us this Wednesday on Kotaku Talk Radio to discuss the week's video gaming news and chat with Marcus Segal, the chief operating officer for Zynga.
Clearly getting out of the way of the release of Executive Assistant Iris #3, comic publishers are releasing just
two four video-game-themed comics today. Sorry for skipping last week and not getting to post about this Dead Space Extraction comic.