90210 actress Jessica Lowndes undergoes Nintendo's Dragon Quest IX Experience at the Wired Cafe during Comic-Con 2010.
In some respects, an anatomically correct Poison from Final Fight cosplayer, seen lounging outside the Comic-Con halls. I'm sorry for showing you this picture.
You drooled over the news that Capcom and Namco Bandai had teamed up for Street Fighter X Tekken this weekend, now listen to the cheers of fans as they watch the game's first battle unfold.
We went to Flynn's Arcade last year during Comic-Con 2009 to play some games, take some pics and enjoy a little Daft Punk. Disney did Flynn's again this year, only it did it bigger and better.
I'd love to know which common foe it is that united these arch-nemeses. Picture by longtime Kotaku reader and former comment ombudsman Shiraz Malik at San Diego Comic-Con 2010.
At Comic-Con yesterday, after showing that epic six-minute trailer setting up the game's story, the eminent artist and writer Jim Lee said that DC Universe Online will launch on Nov. 2.
A Twilight cosplayer—aligned with Team Jacob and apparently in Big Head mode—proves that werewolves don't belong in the Street Fighter line-up. Spotted outside the Capcom booth at Comic-Con 2010.
Comic-Con went a little insane today when a Harry Potter-loving attendee reportedly stabbed another man in the face with a pen at the convention center's massive Hall H. That alleged attack went down following today's Resident Evil: Afterlife panel.
Eat Sleep Play co-founder David Jaffe offered a glimpse at the new Twisted Metal's storytelling action at Comic-Con 2010, live action cinematics that will flesh out the stories of its stars, Sweet Tooth, Dollface, Mr. Grim and the Preacher.
Disney's Epic Mickey is only coming to the Wii, but a newly announced pair of comic book projects based on the game will bring Mickey's adventures to other platforms, including paper, PSP and the iPhone.
DC Direct knows how to put together a video game toy. The collectible and toy maker is tackling the soon to be released StarCraft II and even more characters from World of Warcraft for its next lines.
Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono had his "Street Fighter IV and Beyond" panel interrupted by Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada today, with the rival fighting game makers joining together to announce two Street Fighter versus Tekken collaborations.
At today's "Street Fighter IV and Beyond" panel, Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono revealed that he and his team "haven't forgotten about Street Fighter III." As proof, Ono offered an announcement, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition.
Extend the fiction of Dead Space to your shoulders and show the world your current stasis levels with Visceral's new Isaac Clarke backpack. Grab it at the Visceral online store if this is whole Dead Space thing is your bag.
Square Enix, in addition to making fancy video games, also makes a fancy toy or two. The company's Play Arts Kai line of highly detailed figures is welcoming Halo: Reach to the fold with two waves of posh toys.
While running about doing quests and exploring planets makes up most of the Star Wars: The Old Republic experience, during a Comic-Con panel today, BioWare revealed that space combat will play a part in the massively multiplayer role-playing game.
Didn't make it to Comic-Con? Don't worry neither did we. But Capcom did and they were nice enough to film this video for us of their booth.
It starts with a box, says the developer of the follow up to the hugely successful Fallout 3. Oh, but don't call that box a post apocalyptic role-playing game. That's a pretty crappy way to describe it.
Step one, put on a huge Pikachu costume. That's it. There's no step two. As seen outside the Pokemon booth at Comic-Con, which dwarfs the Nintendo video games booth.