Who wore it better last night, Blaziken, or Lady Gaga?
Last week, Lady Gaga wandered around Tokyo. Her outfit made some people (not all!) on the Japanese internet upset. But when she left, she donned clothes with nationalistic Japanese connotations, making some unhappy folks happy.
Lady Gaga is in Tokyo. According to her, it's her "favorite place." Too bad she's just pissed off some folks online in Japan.
Video games have their rockstars. But they're not the same kind of rockstars as the ones who strut around in dresses made of meat or go on talk shows to argue about their Twitter feuds. Compared to pop music or Hollywood, games often seem like they have a culture of celebrity that's far more subtle. Nonexistent, even.…
Lady Gaga has a wide range of interests—like being vomited on, for example. She's also a Minecraft fan, judging from her latest music video for G.U.Y—a single off her latest album, Artpop.
Sorry, Japanese pop stars. Tonight, you were defeated. You had a worthy adversary. But you were no match in a ridiculous cute battle with Lady Gaga.
Back in 2009, Lady Gaga's eyes got huge in her "Bad Romance" video. That, along with a Hello Kitty photo shoot, helped spawn a series of YouTube videos on anime eyes make-up tips.
Once again, Chinese model Gan Lulu has raised eyebrows. This time it wasn't her seemingly awful mother-daughter relationship, but for what looked like a Lady Gaga cosplay. And it's not just that Gan Lulu dressed in several Lady Gaga-esque outfits this week (even though the Chinese press delights in pointing that out)…
The bigger, the better, right? For a generation of kids, doe eyes are all the rage. Photos of young women in both Asia and the West show that this trend isn't going anywhere. Big eyes are here to stay.
When performing artist Lady Gaga fell off her flaming piano during a concert last month in Houston, TX , the media were far too willing to accept that it was a mere slip. Here's what really happened.
This week, pop superstar Lady Gaga arrived in Japan, sporting the aqua colored hair she's had for weeks now. She's in the country for a Japanese earthquake charity event. She wore wrist bands that read "Pray for Japan" in English and Japanese.
GagaVille itself is a bit of a let down. It's just a neighboring farm with a few silly things to click. But for FarmVille regulars, the update brings new items, crops, and decorations-and a chance to listen to tracks from Lady Gaga's upcoming album before anyone else. It's insidious, brilliant pablum.
Kotaku reader Anas in Dubai was surprised to find a Kinect display at his local GeeKay Games, and even more surprised to see an Emirati getting down and funky to a little Lady Gaga.
Activision pimps its two upcoming rhythm games today with four-song demos for DJ Hero 2 and Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, featuring music from Lady Gaga, Kanye West, Black Sabbath, and Dethklok. Not all at once, of course.
What does DJ Hero 2 and RPG series Suikoden have in common? Both feature 108 stars, though while Suikoden's stars represent demonic overlords from an ancient Chinese story, DJ Hero 2's stars simply represent. Check out the full list below.
In the race to determine Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World, readers rank Penny Arcade's Gabe and Tycho just above President Barack Obama, but they've got a ways to go before catching up to Lady Gaga.
Some trademark filings make sense, or we can at least see where they're going. Neverdead? Sure. Someone's working on a zombie game. But then Ubisoft goes and uncorks "Horse Gaga" and yes, the mark is for a video game.