“We want you to feel like a kid going to a magical theme park,” says ThatGameCompany’s Jenova Chen in IGN’s new gameplay video of his latest game, Sky. Coming first to iOS, the “global social adventure experience” is giving off serious Journey vibes.
Ha, ha, hey, it's December 20. Spend what might be your last moments on Earth playing Dikembe Mutombo's 4½ Weeks to Save the World, potentially adding more time to the Mayan Calendar, and potentially winning a $1,000 prize pack — that you'll actually be able to use because you've helped save mankind.
A hungry, pregnant princess with persnickety cravings is no one to fuss with. But how to get her that extra-long hoagie and 142 oz. soda to help ease her desires? Eat a corn dog while in the scorpion position, and get going.
According to the Mayan Calendar, we are all hurtling toward inescapable destruction. On December 21, the world will cease to be. What better way to help prevent the apocalypse than to join former NBA player and current Old Spice Champion Dikembe Mutombo in his quest to add more time to the calendar?
San Francisco has its share of landmarks: The Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street, wherever Rice-A-Roni came from. But for white-knuckle competitive gamers, the city has just one true destination: Southtown Arcade — a tiny storefront by the Stockton Tunnel that houses Frisco's last outpost for hardcore gamers. So…
Let's face it: the television remote is so yesterday. As anticipated, Xbox Live's Marc Whitten has taken the stage at Microsoft's keynote address to describe and promote some of the features we can expect from the company's new Xbox Live TV functionality.
Kids age 2-5 have been watching, on average, almost 25 hours of television per week. And yet, last year's Gawker Media Census revealed that only 35% of Kotaku readers play video games for 11-20 hours per week. Kind of embarrassing. They're 2 years old, and they have more couch-sitting power than you? Answer some…
LEGO Rock Band will ship with 45 songs including tunes from Queen, Vampire Weekend, Katrina & The Waves and, of course, Bon Jovi. But you will only be able to purchase family friendly music from the Rock Band store.
Next month, Xbox 360 users in the UK will be able to access Sky TV from their Xbox 360. This is probably going to be a big, big deal.