The PSVita port of the well-loved Borderlands 2 has arrived at Kotaku, but is it any good? No, not really.
With the new film on its way, it makes sense for Godzilla to finally rear his head within the realms of Skyrim.
Combining two beloved franchises that couldn't be more different, this video looks at what Game of Thrones would be like if it was set in the Mario universe.
Big budget movie-game tie-ins might have died a death, but we still get the surprisingly-not-terrible smaller tie-ins. Next on the roster? an Avengers strategy RPG.
We love Hearthstone at Kotaku, and now that someone's created mock Game of Thrones cards for the game we just wish that they were real.
We've seen artwork and had various information, but here's the first trailer for Titanfall's Expedition map pack.
What students can create is marvellous, and it's sometimes very hard to believe that what they create isn't professional. Check out these Borderlands shorts made by students at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
The folks at Did You Know Gaming are back, and this time they're tackling one of the biggies, Skyrim. Did you know any of these facts?
Gilbert Gottfried has a very distinct sounding voice, some would say distinctly annoying. Whatever your opinion though, you have to admit listening to him reading lines from famous video games is pretty damn funny.
People just cannot stop breaking speed run records, it's both an impressive and curious accomplishment. How do they do it? Well you can have a look for yourself with the latest record breaking run through Final Fantasy 8
A lot of common video game tropes would be completely ridiculous in real life, especially when it comes to healing from food. Mega64 have taken a look at that, with their latest (mildly disgusting) video portrying Bioshock Infinite's healing system in real life.
This superb Team Fortress version of the first Metal Gear Solid will prod you right in the nostalgia nerve.
Are there really no video game islands at all that aren't full of zombies or pirates or mutant cannibals?
Blake J. Harris takes readers behind enemy lines to meet the men and women who created the exciting and exceptionally bitter rivalry between Sega and Nintendo
Alexander Kostov, who has spinal muscular atrophy, can't play video games using a keyboard or controller. Instead, he uses special equipment.
Nintendo has announced Pokemon Art Academy, a Pokemon game that isn't all about forcing enslaved creatures to beat each other into unconsciousness for teenagers' entertainment. Read more...