Fake Lefty | Deus Ex: Human Revolution is left-handed on the game box, but not in the game, according to people who have played the game. The horror! (Photo: Stephen Totilo)
Gary Hudston commissioned three spectacular custom-built Portal 2 levels complete with fresh dialog from the voice of GLaDOS, Ellen Mclain, just to ask his girlfriend to marry him. More »
If there are any universal rules or golden constants by which the game industry is governed, one of them is surely this: Never count Nintendo out.
It is not an exaggeration to call the Kyoto firm the world leader in video game production. More »
In the year 2000, Ion Storm unleashed the perfect marriage of futuristic shooter and skill-based role-playing in Deus Ex, a game so unique that even its own sequel couldn't replicate its success. More »
While we've known for a while now that Gearbox's upcoming Aliens: Colonial Marines makes extensive use of original concept art from the movie it's based on, 1986's Aliens, it's still a surprise to see it brought to life 25 years later.
I caught a showing of the game during Gamescom last week, a... More »
We've heard it said time and time again, PC gaming is not dead, but sometime just saying something isn't enough. This Friday, PC peripheral maker Razer plans to prove it. More »
COLOGNE, GERMANY - For one week a year a very different sort of campsite forms along Cologne's pebbled shores of the Rhine river.
Tucked between the fourth largest convention center in the world and the towering, majestic Cologne Cathedral, more than 3,000 people set up a small town of tents, camp... More »
My proudest moments as a tap dancer are displayed in my parents' house in the form of sparkly, obnoxious trophies.
My proudest moments as an actor sit on shelves represented by photos and signed scripts. More »
In today's thrilling episode of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Vezroth explains why people need to stop getting angry when every other massively multiplayer online game in the world is compared to World of Warcraft. More »
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