The question started out innocently enough: “Do you know ‘Brooklyn’ is written on your socks?”
Brooklyn-based Pop Chart Lab's latest poster is another attempt to show the lineage of video game controllers, from the twin sticks of Spacewar! to the lonely, somewhat sui generis Wii U tablet sitting lonely at the bottom. A signed and numbered print will run you just 24 clams.
Join Kotaku contributing columnist and owner of some of the largest earrings in the industry Leigh Alexander tomorrow evening at Babycastles' new arcade exhibition space in Williamsburg for the debut of Bad Bitches, a new exhibition of games featuring themes of alternative sexuality. How can that not be a good time?
While debate persists over the merit of video games an art form, the medium has reached an undeniable milestone: the emergence of an active counter-culture.
Capcom held a Street Fighter Club event for a select group of its Unity members Friday night in Brooklyn. Invitees got a chance to play Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix arcade-style while scarfing down as much pizza and soda as possible. The event was held at a place called Chief Bodega,…