It was the baddest of times, it was the dudest of times.
The ‘Shop Contest returns this week with a blast from the past as we celebrate a long tradition of really lazy Bad Dudes entries.
IDW has it’s work cut out for it if it’s going to ever realize even a fifth of the licensed Sonic and friends get togethers you’ve all dreamed up. Which is probably a good thing, because a lot of these are too hot for the page.
Did you hear? Sonic the Hedgehog got picked up by comic book publisher IDW. That means it’s only a matter of time until the furry blue runner’s first really weird crossover.
One of the greatest video game openings of all time made somehow even better.
These are strange times we live in. One of the only things keeping me sane is that Snapchat hot dog.
Last week I asked you to take Governor Chris Christie on vacation, and man does that guy get around.
Over the holiday weekend, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was caught sun bathing on a beach that was closed due to a government shutdown. What other forbidden shores has the Republican politician visited I wonder?
The mystery of Helix has been solved. Nintendo claims he was created in a lab but Kotaku’s ‘Shop contestants know better.
Earlier this week, two of our writers discussed the merits of ARMS’ most controversial character, Helix. They both made some good points, but I think the only way to settle this once and for all is with a proper ‘Shop Contest.
The ‘Shop Contest is back, and the first one in a few months is now complete. Unfortunately, the results have shattered my confidence in Super Mario Odyssey unless it gets some standalone DLC devoted to just how weird Mario and Cappy can get.
And that’s it! All the entries are in and after looking through all of them, I think one thing is clear: the events of WWII have been terribly misunderstood.
Welcome back friends, it’s been a while.
Last weekend feels like it was a lifetime ago. But even in these times of change, some things remain constant. Like George W. Bush’s penchant for being a goof.
January 21, 2017 was a historic day. The United States swore in its 45th President. Also, George W. Bush played peekaboo with a plastic poncho.
We started this contest with a much darker vision of life in New Donk City for Mario, but thanks to this week’s winner, we can end it on a much brighter one.
It was great to finally get a real look at the Nintendo Switch and some of the things it’s capable of. But even if the future of Nintendo’s latest console remains uncertain, what I’m really worried about is Mario. I just have a feeling New Donk City is going to eat him alive.
Holy Clickers, Batman! Everyone really went above and beyond this week.
Poor Ellie. Six years after The Last of Us’s ominous ending, she’s set out to become a budding folk musician but can’t seem to find anybody to jam with. And those dead bodies littered throughout the cabin aren’t helping.