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Stars. Stars everywhere.
Colossatron on Android, Defenders on iOS, and more.
Guess the game!
What Are You Playing This Weekend?
What are you playing?
Ask Dr Nerdlove
She broke my heart and won't move out.
While You Were Sleeping
What did you miss?
War is hell (except with tiny pigs).
Table Tennis Touch on iOS, IQ Safe on Windows Phone, and more.
Can you guess the game?
This is what a 700-piece Warhammer 40K (also known as Warhammer $40K) set looks like, all painted carefully by hand. The owner of the collection, a Korean Warhammer enthusiast, probably went through lots of pain to complete this set, but it’s definitely worth all the time and money. It looks incredible.
This last weekend in Tokyo, Capcom put on a little event called Capcom Summer Jam. In it they showed off a large portion of their upcoming and recently released titles. Foremost among these was the first playable demo of Okami HD — which Kotaku East was on hand to play.
Back in 2005, to combat the success of Koei’s Dynasty Warriors series, Capcom released Sengoku BASARA on the PlayStation 2. Where Dynasty Warriors had always been focused on Chinese history, BASARA set out to do the same thing but with Japanese history.
See, his attractive girlfriend thinks he’s a regular guy, but when she leaves the apartment we find out he’s really a closet Nintendo fan, which is horrible, right?
Man. This collection. These photographs. Wow. This chap decided he was going to sell his entire retro games collection. It’s up on e-bay now and, even if you have no intention of putting in a bid, it’s worth checking out – just for the sheer spendour of it all.