Gaming against SOPA | On a day when Wikipedia and Reddit blocked their content to protest two controversial potentially speech-squelching, Internet-mangling bills—and legislators fell over themselves dropping support for those bills—an online guild, the makers of Minecraft and FarmVille giant Zynga all made their hatred of SOPA and PIPA known.

Midweek Moneysaver: New Games Galore

This Wednesday edition of Kotaku's The Moneysaver catches all the offers, promotions and bargains that can't wait until the weekend. The Midweek Moneysaver is brought to you by Dealzon.
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Star Wars: The Old Republic Patch 1.1 Breaks High-End PVP

Before Star Wars: The Old Republic's 1.1 patch went live early this morning, player-versus-player combat on the level 50 world of Ilum was slightly broken, with more players focusing on completing non-PVP goals than fighting. More »


Rockstar Wants Max Payne 3 To Have the Sharpness of a First-Person Shooter

How's Max Payne supposed to shoot in May's Max Payne 3? How's a third-person shooter supposed to feel as good to control as a first-person shooter?
Rockstar Games delivers its answers in the video here. More »


Why We're Not Protesting SOPA Today

Some of our readers hoped that we would be offline today. Some are upset to see Kotaku online and updating.
They-perhaps, you-wanted Kotaku to join a widespread online protest against SOPA and PIPA, two anti-piracy bills that are making their way through Congress. More »


3G or Not 3G? That is the PlayStation Vita Question

With the North American release of Sony's next generation handheld a mere month away, commenter Yoshi Salcedo is wondering who is going with 3G and who is opting to purchase the less expensive Wifi-only version. More »


The Colorful Chaos of Super Crossfire Turns the Tables on Invaders From Space

Last October I was excited to announce that former Xbox Live Indie Games developer Radiangames was getting into iOS gaming business with the frantic 2D shooter Super Crossfire. More »


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