Nothing gets a Staturday night party going like every sound effect in the original Super Mario Bros. all at once. Looped. For 12 hours.
Another day of E3 has begun. The gates have been breached. This is what it looks like to be there, on the front lines as everyone pours in.
Have you kept every video game, console or accessory you've ever bought or owned? You probably haven't. But, try to imagine if you did. How many things would that be? A couple hundred? Somewhere in the 1000s, maybe? One guy in Italy has you, all your friends and probably a bunch of strangers you don't know all beat.…
Why spend $15 on a box-less copy of The Legend of Zelda for the original Nintendo Entertainment system when you can spend $150,000 on a mustard yellow NES cartridge adorned with a faded label with the game's name typed on it? It's collectible craziness available right now on eBay.
Welcome to the first weekly installment of Freaky Fan Art, an exploration of the peculiar, bizarre, and downright peculiar places gamers' imaginations take them after the end credits roll. This week, Sonic the Hedgehog gets stuck in the toilet, cuddles the prince of the beasts, and finally grows a pair.
Commenter GiantBoyDetective poses here with the replica Master Sword he received for Christmas, a harbinger of dark times ahead in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
Soon Xbox 360 gamers will be able to get some use out of their Kinect: Interacting with a new suite of multimedia advertising set to hit the console and its $150 peripheral next spring.
Taking advantage of GameStop's current trade-in promotion, my extra copy of Mass Effect 2 netted me $56 in store credit, $1 more than the retailer sells the game used. I'd say it's a good week to trade-in your games.
A psych ward patient in Holland skated on an insanity plea after he killed power to an entire hospital thinking he was solving a puzzle in Silent Hill.
In case you were either holding out or saving up for Street Fighter IV on the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, now would be an excellent time to scrape up those pennies and head to GameStop.
Defense attorneys for 17-year-old Daniel Petric, who stands accused of killing his mother and shooting his father in the head, argued yesterday that the teen's video game addiction directly led to the incident.