BURNING MAN -Portal-inspired sign spotted at Burning Man by reader Kenji.
It's been a crazy few weeks here at Kotaku as we scrambled to cover the world's biggest game show in Germany, the largest Penny Arcade Expo in history and the first ever convention dedicated to all things Call of Duty. Maybe you weren't able to keep up, I know we struggled to. More »
Confession: I was faking comprehension of Chasing Aurora when I saw it at the Penny Arcade Expo. I don't blame Clements Scot, the developer who talked me through the video demonstration you can see here. I blame my own state of mind, frazzled as I was last Friday by some hurricane-related travel... More »
In today's spiteful edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Dracosummoner wonders if you have to love the game's creators in order to love the game. Have you ever been in a situation where you liked a game or series, but you couldn't stand the people behind it? More »
As the NFL lockout dragged all of the spring and much of the summer, Madden NFL 12 figured to be the only football coming to your TV this year, until a month before its release. More »
Relic's Space Marine is swinging a chainsword at your favorite console this week-and if that destroyed console happens to be a PlayStation 3, you're in luck. One lucky Kotaku reader will win this tough-enough custom-painted Space Marine PlayStation 3-and a copy of Space Marine... More »
The invasion is over, the Chimera have won, and the end of humanity is nigh. But wait? What's that cresting the horizon? Why it's the Resistance 3 Frankenreview. More »
I think we were all a bit shocked when Techland told Kotaku earlier this year that the family so poignantly represented in the award-winning trailer for Dead Island wouldn't actually be in the game. More »
Just two months ahead of release, Battlefield 3's singleplayer mode remains something of a mystery – oddly so, given this game is DICE's attempt to make their biggest franchise as appealing to lone gunners as team gunners. More »
In preparation for the worldwide launch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim this November, Bethesda has assembled an army of army of bronzed Dragonborn statues, armed and ready to be drooled on by fans at retail locations around the world. More »
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