Call of Duty has returned to World War II. It wasn’t so long ago that Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare saved us from drowning in World War II games. Unfortunately, its success meant we spent the next several years drowning in modern military shooters instead, and when we got tired of that, game devs gave us near-future…
This is one compact custom tank built by Tommy Styrvoky, full of motorized goodies inside with a working mini mine-clearing flail outside.
Russian art group in[visible] studio created a miniature real life version of the bloodiest battle of World War II. They used projection mapping to bring a small-scale model of the city ruins to life with planes and soldiers fighting. The result is incredibly realistic.
I expected to hate the new Wolfenstein. I wanted to, even. The whole idea of rebooting the Nazi-killing epic for the umpteenth time disturbed me.
World War II is not something we see every day in the ocean of blocky castles and rollercoasters that usually make up Minecraft's visually compelling constructions. That makes this WWII-themed Minecraft map that much more unique and amazing. It was made by two friends, Rythma and Sycoinc, who compiled this dramatic…
Taro Aso was a shit prime minister, but in incidental things that count—shooting guns, collecting comics, and booze— Taro Aso excels. This week, he was named Japan's official anime envoy to China.
Commenter Bipolar.Bear.Disorder is missing the good old days of World War II in today's installment of Speak-Up On Kotaku.
Beyond Holocaust museums, Holocaust documentaries, and Holocaust action movies we now have the Holocaust first-person shooter. This is our chance to virtually be an escaped Jewish prisoner of Auschwitz, heavily armed, with hundreds of Nazis in our sights. Catharsis?
The cry goes out: Another World War II video game? Writer Rob Zacny argues that the war is not the problem. The tired perspective is.
Please forgive the author as her headline-writing guy seems to be out of the office at the moment, along with the chick who comes up with puns.
Order of War is real-time strategy on a massive scale, with players taking control of entire armies as they play out scenarios in across two campaigns - Americans versus Germans and Germans versus Russians. The game will represent the first Western-developed game released by Square Enix outside of Japan, beating out …
I blow up a ship and I win, I blow up a ship and I lose. What the hell is going on here?