Famicom Carts | Mint condition Nintendo games from Super Potato, from a long time ago. (Photo: Michael McWhertor)
The Time Michelle Pfeiffer Healed a Lizard, and Other Ghost Stories from the Filming of Super Mario Bros: The Movie
There's a reason most people remember The Super Mario Bros. Super Show or The Wizard when they think of ‘90s Hollywood adaptations of Nintendo properties: because if they didn't they'd be left only with Super Mario Bros: The Movie... More »
Nine out of ten reviewers will enjoy today's Speak-Up on Kotaku, in which commenter Wocalax wonders if review aggregate sites like Metacritic make it easier or harder to decide which games to buy. More »
Video game beauty is only polygon deep, right? Not so with Battlefield 3. This latest series of screens, concept art, and renders take us under the skin and behind the scenes of EA's next big shooter More »
While it may look and smell like Mojang's hit PC building game MineCraft, ProjectorGames' FortressCraft, now available via Xbox Live Indie Games, is a slightly different animal. Is that a good thing, or a bad thing? More »
Fed up with his shitty flip phone's inability to play a game of Angry Birds, one man turns to the most incendiary of video game cliches, the exploding barrel, to scratch his itch for destruction. This is the game of Angry Barrels. More »
Why bother going to GameStop.com and having the whole of the video game retailers' inventory at your fingertips when you can visit a severely limited GameStop Facebook store instead? It's got 'Like' buttons! More »
Owen, I leave the site in your capable hands this weekend. I'm off tonight to see Anamanaguchi, the rare thing that can get me to venture westward and visit the pit of despair that is Hollywood on a weekend. Next week, Totilo should be back, but you'll see little of me as I attend multiple pre-E3 events in LA. Oh, by the way, I got this image from Gabe Newell last night. Sorry for the delay in posting it Valve ARG irc members. –Michael McWhertor
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