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Where People Look Like Mortal Kombat Characters (and Xenosaga Goes to the Beach)

Here's just a taste of what's in store from this week's cosplay roundup here on Kotaku:
A badass Scorpion from Mortal Kombat. Some Star Ocean cosplay. More »

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79.9 Years Is Too Damn Long To Play Call of Duty

In 79 years, I'll probably be dead. So will the vast majority of our readers, save for the little assholes on Xbox Live. For reader Jeremy (not an asshole!), 79.9 years is apparently how long it will take him to reach "Prestige" in Call of Duty. More »

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When Custom Characters Become the Stuff of Nightmares

I don't know about you, but when I sit down to create a custom character, I take my time. Make sure he or she is looking as good, or at least as appropriate, as possible.
Actually, I do know about you. More »

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Call of Duty: Elite's 404 Page Is Wonderful

Call of Duty: Elite is suffering a rocky rollout. Things haven't gone as expected, but in good time, Activision will hopefully get things ironed out. Until then, there's this.
The above 404 image appears when you try to enter "status" on the Call of Duty: More »

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Man uses LEGO to Cheat at Skyrim

In a similar fashion to that used last month in Gears of War 3, an enterprising Skyrim player has built a LEGO rig which lets him max out his stats the easy way.
You can see once he pans the camera around (and shushes his missus) that the elaborate setup is there just to exert pressure on the... More »

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Skyrim Loses All Textures, Looks Like Team Fortress 2

The hosts of this video, HouseholdGamer, call this series of Skyrim tweaks a "Team Fortress 2" mode. I can see the resemblance, but to me, it looks like like a Killer7 mode.
It looks this weird because there are no textures. More »

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