Edible (fake) insects. | Sent to me by people whose job it is to get me to write something about Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon (Photo by Stephen Totilo)

The Best Kinect Game You Never Heard Of (and Maybe the Best of them All)

I heard great things about Mother Nature last week at the Games For Change conference in New York City. I heard one of the conference's experts suggest that it might be the best Kinect game he's ever played. More »

Capcom Denies Used Game Sales Had Anything to Do With "Forever Saves"

The inability to start fresh on a copy of The Mercenaries 3D after someone has played it was a design decision that had nothing to do with second-hand game sales, Capcom tells Kotaku. More »

This is the Entire Resident Evil: Revelations Demo

If you've already picked up your copy of Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D for Nintendo 3DS, then you've also probably already played the preview of Resident Evil: More »

Aliens, Arcades, Pulsing Apples: These Are Call of Duty's Latest Multiplayer Maps

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Your First Hit of World of Warcraft is Now Free-To-Play Until Level 20

Players of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, the most recent expansion to Blizzard's still rather popular online role-playing game, are now in the throes of the game's latest content update, "Rage of the Firelands" (AKA patch 4.2). More »

I recently watched a TED Talk by a guy who says we all need to eat more insects. It's a great source of meat that takes up less space and is more productive to generate in this world crowded full of people and cows. You can go first, dear readers. – Stephen Totilo

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