'Tis The Season For Cosplay Incest


    Kotaku is a video game–focused blog and part of Gawker Media's "Gawker" network of sites. Named in CNET News' Blog 100 in 2006,[1] the site is headed by Stephen Totilo. Alumni of the site include Bungie Studios' Luke Smith, IGN.com's Jim Reilly, FastCompany.com's Adam Barenblat, Wired.com's John Brownlee (writing as Florian Eckhardt), Eliza Gauger and Vox Games' Brian Crecente.

    In August 2007, Allure Media launched Kotaku Australia. The site makes use of licensed content from Gawker Media in combination with original stories produced locally.[2] On July 30, 2009, Kotaku Japan was launched by mediagene INC. The site will contain content from Gawker Media translated into Japanese, as well as Japanese-related gaming news.[3] In November 2010 a Brazilian version of Kotaku, Kotaku Brasil (with translated and original content) was launched.

    This is article is not a Kotaku related one, let alone most of your articles arnt luke. Stop poisoning Kotaku with this crap about none related Kotaku crap.

      I think that would be better directed at Brian Ashcraft.

    Kotaku.. K-Otaku..
    Somewhere in the realm of Otaku's I'm pretty sure cosplay happens.
    A little too serious, no?

    Since I don't watch Game of Thrones I thought that this was a real life brother and sister pashing for the sake of their cosplay. MUCH weirder than 2 people who aren't related in real life kissing when dressed up as characters who are bro and sis.

      that this was a real life brother and sister pashing for the sake of their cosplay

      I'm now going to assume that is the case b/c that is more ammusing.

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