This is the year. As much as we’ve postured about 4K TVs getting almost cheap enough and 4K content getting almost easy enough to access, this is the year that it’s finally happened. You can buy an excellent 4K TV with HDR support for less than $700, and find stuff to watch on any streaming service. In fact, you have…
If you’ve got a bunch of kids but you live in a congested city, you’re not going to want to run around in a giant Chevy Suburban. Instead, you’ll want something a little more compact like the Kia Sorento, Land Rover Discovery Sport, Acura MDX and the rest of the cars on this list of moderately-sized people-haulers.
Fire Emblem Fates is out today, and it comes in two different versions: Birthright and Conquest. Which one should you play first?
Tonight at midnight $465 worth of LEGO Dimensions product goes on sale. How much does one need to pay to have a good time? Let our buyer’s guide be your...guide.
The fifth installment of the series that started the toys-and-games craze goes on sale tomorrow, which means stores packed with baffled parents trying to make sense of it all. We’re here to help.
So you're interested in a new Pokémon game. Except there are technically two new Pokémon games. Which do you get?
The new Pokémon games are good. You should play them, if you can! The question is, which game should you pick up?
You would think that on the third installment of Activision's highly-successful toys-meets-games series they'd give folks the option to just buy the game by itself. Ha ha! We're not getting off that easy.
Coke or sprite? Scrambled or sunny side up? Paragon or renegade? The world is full of difficult existential questions, and while you're on your own/SOL with most of them, we here at Kotaku would like to offer a helping hand in choosing between Pokemon X & Pokemon Y.
The TechSpot PC Buying Guide offers an in-depth list of today's best hardware, spanning four unique, yet typical budgets. Whether you are a first time builder seeking guidance or a seasoned enthusiast, we have you covered.
Sony's PlayStation Portable is the first handheld gaming device to survive a battle with Nintendo, but is it worth your money? On paper, it seemed like such a good idea. [UPDATED for the pre-NGP/3DS era.]
The Nintendo DS is the most successful portable gaming machine on the planet. More than 100 million of them are out there. Should you get one, or wait for the Nintendo 3DS? [UPDATED for the pre-3DS shopping season.]
The Xbox 360 was the first of the current generation of home consoles to launch, all the way back in 2005. If you haven't decided to buy one by now, is there any reason to buy one, well, now? [UPDATED for the holiday season of video games.]
The PlayStation 3 got off to a slow start when the console first launched in 2006. Since then, it has picked up some serious steam and has come into its own. Is now a good time to take the plunge? [Updated for the holiday season of video games.]
The Nintendo Wii exploded off store shelves when it first launched back in 2006. Is it too late to hop on the Wii bandwagon, or has Nintendo saved you a spot? UPDATED for the holidays.]
The iPad is a magical device, at least according to Apple, but is it a device worth buying to play games on? [UPDATED for the holidays.]
The iPhone and iPod Touch may not be the most successful smartphone and multimedia devices in history, but they're certainly the ones with the biggest buzz. [UPDATED for the holidays.]
If the DSi were stock it would be down today. Why? Because we've updated the Buyer's Guide to the DS.
So often, we get asked for advice on what to buy - not games, necessarily, but major purchases. Hardware. This week, Kotaku published its first series of buyers' guides, delivering our whys and why-nots for all major consoles and handhelds.