Everyone loves Steam sales. But know who really loves Steam sales? Counter-Strike cheaters. Here's why.
I'm not sure what I was expecting really. The writer/presenter appears as a German field officer alongside Hitler in a pre-order mission and a series of radio logs. It's a good likeness.
This is Timespinner, the next big PC indie platformer (I'd say metroidvania, but people don't like that word). It's being developed by Lunar Ray Games, a studio headed by an ex-Bungie employee, and it looks quite excellent.
Imagine a veritable chorus of Nintendo developers chirping and prancing about in Mii form to hawk their latest games.
It's no, okay. The answer's no. The sum total of your time in Westeros would be a wet gurgle and a shot of your lifeless face bouncing off the ground. That's assuming anyone even notices your passing. So remember that as you lie your way through this flow chart.
Nintendo 3DS game Pokémon Art Academy aims to teach players how to draw Pocket Monsters the right way. But what if you don't want to learn to draw the right way? What if you just want to screw around? You can do that, too.
Corgi Time: check out the latest game by hilarious game designer (and occasional Kotaku columnist), Tim Rogers—it's called Tuffy the Corgi and the Tower of Bones. You kind of need to watch this absurd trailer.
I'm not sure Ubi has seen most people play (jazz hands! Drinking!) but that hasn't stopped it adding Just Dance as an event in the Electronic Sports World Cup. That's right: competitive pretend dancing.
This three-minute video from College Humor dares you to sit still and watch it. All of it. Not the first part, not the last part—you gotta watch the whole enchilada. Can you make it to the end?
Electric Lady: Here's some spiffy new concept art of Fetch, the star of the PS4's upcoming Infamous: First Light. The game will be out on 27th August in the EU.
Since their inception, video game bosses have been all about challenge, action, endurance and repeated death. But what if there was a shorter, better way?
Blizzard is continuing the process of sprucing up the visuals of the ageing World of Warcraft, and the next race to have their facelift shown off are the humans. Who now look like Homo sapiens, rather than Homo neanderthalensis.
Kelly Smith is an artist and animator at Capybara Games, the developers of games like Super Time Force. So yeah, this gonna get colourful, and it's gonna get awesome.
An epic tale set against a (mostly) realistic take on the First World War, Valiant Hearts tells the story of a number of very nice people caught up in the events of one of humanity's most pointless and bloody struggles.
"For a long time, there has been one game missing from the market", reads the introduction to my new favourite Steam Greenlight project. "A genuine rock simulator."
Gotta love some gaming mashups don't you.