These are the latest heroes to be added to the game starting May 30. The spring event came with bunny costumes, so naturally a series of special characters sporting bridal gowns was the next logical step.
This past Saturday, we opened the doors to the Gizmodo Media Group offices and welcomed any and all challengers to try their hand at beating a Street Fighter V champion. From young newcomers to surprise upstarts, and even other pros lurking in the waters, here are some of our favorite moments from an incredible night.
Starting now and going into the night, Street Fighter V pros Bryant “Smug” Huggins, Justin Wong and Du “NuckleDu” Dang will take on a crowd of challengers live from our New York offices.
The concept we had was simple. Pit some of the world’s best pro gamers against regular folks. So that’s what we’re doing this Saturday. Do average gamers stand a chance against these guys?
How’s your standing fierce? Your parries and counters? More importantly, do you think you can beat a fighting game pro in Street Fighter V? You can try at our offices in New York City on Saturday, May 13.
It’s almost the end of the 2017 Awesome Games Done Quick at the Hilton Washington Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, VA. Speedrunners from the far corners of the internet meet in person to raise money for charity by playing their favorite games apace.
Hasbro is starting its own fan convention next year. The toy and game company behind everything from Dungeons & Dragons to My Little Pony will hold the first Hascon in Providence, Rhode Island September 8-10. It sounds like heaven. Find out more here.
Do you like to cosplay? Do you like free food, free drinks, dancing and the chance to win prizes? And will you be in New York City for Comic-Con in early October? If that’s a yes to all that, we’ve got an event for you.
Just when you thought the holidays were ending, along comes an entire week of super-speedy runs through your favorite games for an excellent cause. It’s time for Awesome Games Done Quick. Let’s watch together!
Now that all of the announcements and new trailers have dropped, it's time for more panel discussions and live game demos on the second day of Sony's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas. Let's watch!
Sony's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas kicks off today with the keynote at 1 pm Eastern, with plenty of panels featuring the latest and greatest games all weekend long. Watch it live on Twitch right here.
Every time a TV show gets greenlit, it's a huge gamble. Networks stake millions of dollars on risky ideas, that need to bring back audiences week after week. Sometimes it pays off — Lost and Game of Thrones cost a lot of money — but sometimes it doesn't. Here are the 10 most expensive failed TV shows of all time.
A competition in Salem, Oregon later this Saturday will give folks nostalgic for The Oregon Trail—i.e., everyone who had access to a PC in the '80s and '90s—the chance to relive the classic game in all its pixellated, dysentery'd splendor.
Did you hear that? That's the sounds of hundreds of thousands of parents and collectors breathing a sigh of relief, as they learn the final Skylanders: Swap Force character is being released next week. It's quickly followed by a pained groan, as they discover Doom Stone's debut is a 500-piece giveaway at the Toys'R'Us…
New York City Kotakuites, take note. The Standard, High Line hotel in Manhattan, previously home to the big PS4 review event, will be the site of Sony's official PS4 launch party in NYC. There will be shenanigans. And actual PS4s—444 of them, in fact.
It's just a few days before Sony launches their next-gen console. So they've rented out a few floors of New York City's The Standard hotel to showcase some of the PS4's upcoming games. Three of us from Kotaku are currently wandering the hotel, preparing to play some games and ask some questions.
What, you think just because SyFy and Trion Worlds' cross-media project Defiance is set in the future it's immune from rotting, shambling, flesh-hungry beasts? The game plague reaches the show in two weeks, unless the players can stop it!
If you're in New York City or nearby, there's something you've got to do by the end of the weekend. Head over to the Park Avenue Armory on 68th street, plunk down $12 and spend an hour or so swinging on swings as you create art.