In a season five episode Star Trek: The Next Generation, the Enterprise crew falls under the spell of a dangerously addictive augmented reality game. That same game lies buried within mobile game Star Trek: Timelines, an easter egg so well-hidden only one player has uncovered it, and they don’t even know it yet.
One would think an easter egg that involves eating delicious-looking cake would have been uncovered within the first few days of Assassin’s Creed Unity’s release, but no. It took a year and change for this Unity secret to be revealed, and the payoff is quite delicious.
While Final Fantasy Type-0 HD isn't due out in North America until Tuesday, a special ending cinematic teaser from the end of the game has hit YouTube, suggesting game director Hajime Tabata's desire to make Final Fantasy Type-1 is being realized.
Some gamers who've already picked up Nintendo's new-and-improved 3DS have discovered a wonderfully squee-inducing secret buried inside the console. If you tap out the beginning notes of Mario's iconic theme music when in the browser menu, the interface will turn into the classic block-breaking arcade game Breakout.
The latest Battlefield 4 DLC, Naval Strike, has another secret assignment called "Phantom Trainee". Finding out how to unlock it involved a fake player, morse code, the viking alphabet, and a bunch of other crazy secrets.
Beware: spoilers for hidden secrets in Borderlands 2's latest DLC—Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt—follow. Also STDs might follow, so, you know, beware that, too.
Remember back when everyone complained about the bright colors and rainbows appearing in the latest installment of Diablo? Blizzard does. Blizzard never forgets. You'll never forget it either, so don't click here unless you want one of the game's more entertaining secrets revealed.
Why do we burn through our video games so fast? Because we play them too fast. Commenter Urfe suggests the key to enjoying video games more is pacing your play in today's Speak Up on Kotaku. Let's prolong some magic!
Kotaku has confirmed the findings of a Reddit user who deciphered the hidden meaning behind the barcode appearing in the first teaser trailer for Hitman: Absolution.
Game Informer has revealed the cover for its February issue, dedicated to Bethesda's recently-revealed The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and while the front is rather classy and subdued, there's a mysterious party going on around back.
Who's a better dunker, Obama or Clinton? Can Tim Kitzrow, Mr. Boom-Shakalaka, throw down on Mike D from the Beastie Boys? And was it really necessary to give all of the Republicans an 8-out-of-10 rating in "steal"?
My favorite moment in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions is a cameo by a very special alternate universe version of Spider-Man. Don't click play if you don't want to spoil the surprise!
This week's Nintendo Wii update not only includes Evasive Space for WiiWare and NES shooter Life Force on the virtual console, but also a secret surprise clue that we need your help to decipher.