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Fallout: New Vegas Lonesome Road Hits Sept. 20, Two New DLC Inbound

Lonesome Road, the fourth add-on pack for Fallout: New Vegas, will be available for download on Xbox LIVE, PlayStation Network and Steam on September 20th. More »


Get Ready for Super Monday Night Combat, a Very DotA Shooter That is Free to Play

One of the surprise hits of 2010, Monday Night Combat is getting a sequel that its creators don't exactly call a sequel. They call it Super Monday Night Combat, an evolution of the third-person shooter they launched on Xbox Live Arcade in 2010. More »

Celtic Rockers Dropkick Murphys Performing at Call of Duty Con

Kanye West isn't the only musician performing at the first-ever Call of Duty convention, Irish-punk rockers Dropkick Murphys will be closing the first night of the show, Activision said today.
The band is performing opening night at 8 p.m. More »



Are You Going to PAX?

Today's very special installment of Speak Up on Kotaku presents our readers with a way to connect with each other during PAX 2011, kicking off with commenter Jekku, the Flemeth bodyguard. More »


Why Big, Badass Robots (and Mecha) Rule Japan

The heat was unbearable. A group of kids scurried to find shade, but they did't find it under trees.
A 59-foot robot statue towered over the people and shops below. More »


Pants Cam Reveals Borderlands 2 Gameplay in Action

We've seen brief glimpses of Borderlands 2 in action, but have we seen it as shot through a camera stuffed in a bag... or maybe someone's pants? I don't think so!
Here's our look at the game as viewed through a lens tucked away somewhere developers didn't think to look while presenting their game... More »


Portal Designer's Dimension-Hopping New Game is a Quantum Conundrum

While Valve busies itself thinking with portals, Portal designer Kim Swift let her mind wander to newer, fluffier dimensions. Quantum Conundrum is the result of those wanderings, and it looks amazing. More »


Sol: Exodus' Spectacular Space Combat in Action

After much talk, and a few screenshots, we finally get a chance to see the game that is being heralded as a resurrection of Wing-Commander space combat.
Sure, Sol: More »


The Coolest Things in Nintendo's American Headquarters (And One Uncool Thing)

Let's get the one uncool thing about Nintendo of America's headquarters out of the way first: They won't let visitors take pictures of the best parts of the building. More »

German TV Show Apologizes to Gamers For Hurt Feelings

This morning we pointed out this video from Germany's RTL Television which seemed to delight in mocking the "computer freaks" that attended last week's Gamescom in Cologne. More »



Don't Miss Tonight's Kotaku-Filled Episode of GameTrailers TV

Tonight on Spike TV, Joel Johnson, Stephen Totilo, and Brian Crecente spend several minutes chatting with GameTrailers TV's Geoff Keighley on the roof of Kotaku's New York City headquarters about the big fall game releases, and not one of them ironically plummets to the street below. More »

Have to Say, Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Loading Screens are a Total Drag

I like Deus Ex: Human Revolution. I like it a lot, even. I've written about the things I really dig and even made a video detailing some of them.
But the game does have its share of flaws. More »


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