This Avengers Bruce Banner Figure Isn't Always Angry

It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed any of the awesome Movie Masterpiece figures from Hong Kong collectible toy company Hot Toys, mainly because it’s been a while since I’ve actually gotten one. Not for lack of want, mind you, but the cost of the individual figures puts quite a dent in my wallet.

The PlayStation Gold Wireless Headset: Not Bad For A Hundred Bucks

The PlayStation Gold Wireless Headset is not actually made of gold, nor does it feature any gold branding or gold paint. There’s no gold anywhere, in fact.

App Review: Monument Valley Is The Perfect Hour

In a mobile gamescape cluttered with free-to-play fluff meant to while away weeks, months and even years rises Monument Valley, a premium perceptual puzzle game that offers just an hour of content — the most sublime hour my iPad has ever given me.

Steins;Gate: The Kotaku Review

I love time travel stories. They are my favourite type of science fiction. But even in a world with Back to the Future and Star Trek IV, I’d still say the most interesting, complex and utterly captivating time travel narrative I have ever encountered is the visual novel Steins;Gate.

BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea Episode 2: The Kotaku Review

Somewhere, in some parallel dimension, there’s a BioShock Infinite that I liked a lot more than the one I played in this dimension. This week, as I played the second, final episode of Infinite‘s Burial at Sea expansion, I felt like I got glimpse of that game.

These Mixed-Up Little LEGO Creatures Are The Best

I had no idea what a Mixel was supposed to be when I first saw them on the shelf at Wal-Mart, but they fit my criteria for instant purchase: they were labelled “LEGO” and priced just over $6. That’s a small price to pay for love.

The Xbox One's Media Remote Is Surprisingly Great

The Xbox One wasn’t supposed to need a remote control. That was the whole point, right? With its high-tech Kinect camera, we could just talk to it and tell it what to do. Remote controls were a thing of the past, a finally bygone relic of the 20th century! Except, well, not really.

Tips For Playing Infamous: Second Son

Today’s the day when the latest instalment in Sucker Punch’s open-world action/adventure series launches up, up and away into PS4s all over the planet. While it resembles its predecessors a fair bit, Infamous: Second Son does do a few things differently than them. Check out the advice below for ways that you can be a more super superperson.

Luftrausers: The Kotaku Review

Luftrausers makes you feel like you’re constantly in the danger zone.