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The First Art From The Last Of Us

Naughty Dog's The Last Of Us, an upcoming PlayStation 3 exclusive, only made its public debut over the weekend, and already we've got a look at its first concept art.
Most of these pieces are by Maciej Kuciara, an artist who we've featured before here on Kotaku and who previously spent some time at... More »

How an Old Japanese Anime Broke Twitter Record

Japan loves anime. It also loves Twitter. And this past weekend, the country showed what it could do when it combined both: set a world record.
Over the weekend, classic Studio Ghibli anime Castle in the Sky appeared on television. More »

Does DOTA 2 Fan Art Get Better Than This? How About Sexier?

Stanley Lau is one talented artist. Kotaku previously featured him on Fine Art for his wonderful Street Fighter work. Today, it's time to look at some stunning DotA 2 art. More »

High School Sucked. Can We Please Have More Games About It?

For most people, high school sucked. The endless questioning and self-doubt, the lack of control over your own schedule, dealing with the impossible mysteries of the opposite sex while navigating the often treacherous shoals of what amounted to a four year, walled-in social experiment. More »

The Best Game Music of 2011: Infamous 2

Kotaku's "Best Game Music of 2011" is a multi-part series in which we'll be discussing the best video game soundtracks of the year. Today, we'll take a look at the New Orleans-tinged superhero music of Sucker Punch's inFamous 2.
Sucker Punch made a very interesting, very good choice in choosing to... More »

Should You Buy Trine 2? Yes.

Co-op platformer Trine was one of my favourite games of 2009. Judging by the cult following it's developed since then, I'm not alone in my fondness.
Two years later, the game is back for a sequel, one that, on the surface at least, promises to add very little to the formula already laid down by the... More »

Nintendo Already Died When....

Nintendo isn't the king of gaming. It's the cat, and it seemingly has nine lives. Yet, even after every "disaster", there Nintendo is, still churning out games and hardware. More »

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