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Fifteen Great World of Warcraft Selfies

Not all World of Warcraft players are on board with the idea of selfies —that most modern of photography, um, "techniques"—infiltrating their fantasyland home away from home, but the ones who are really dig them. Here are some of the best. Read more...

If GLaDOS Narrated Pokémon's Pokedex 

I would watch an entire show in this "Pokedex" style. The voice behind the Pokedex is just so soothing. Read more...

Capcom Takes Co-op Out Of Resident Evil, Clever Modders Put It Back In

When Capcom revealed Resident Evil: Revelations 2 wouldn't have local co-op on the PC, the intrepid modding community immediately went to work. The result? Local co-op on the PC. Read more...

The Worst Taxi Driver in Grand Theft Auto 

On today's Highlight Reel we have spaceflight in DayZ, nail-biting Mario Kart races, confused cops, bad cabbies and more! Read more...

Old Folks Aren't Scared of Five Nights at Freddy's

Five Nights at Freddy's has made a name for itself by scaring the bejesus out of younger folk on YouTube. But older folks? They're not phased by its silly animatronic teddie bears. Pfft. Read more...

Worth Reading: How Real-Life Choices Influence What We Do in Games

How much thought do you give to your moral choices in video games? Do you wish you could take one back? The Western press spills a lot of ink about Japan's views on sexuality, but ever wondered what Japan thinks about our views on violence? All this and more, so come on in... Read more...

The 16 Strangest Dragons In Dungeons & Dragons

As the role-playing game's name hints, dragons abound in the many worlds of D&D, but of course they can't all be red, evil, and hungry for heroes. There are dozens of species with different abilities, agendas, and alignments a wandering adventurer may encounter; these just happen to be the weirdest. Read more...

The Sad Story Behind A Dead PC Game That Can't Come Back

The latest attempt to re-release the beloved PC series No One Lives Forever is dead in the water. The saddest part? It could have been rescued, if not for the apathy of big corporations. Read more...

House Of Cards Season 3 Trades Killzone For Indie Games

Season three of the wonderfully addictive House of Cards launched on Netflix today, and in it, the devious Frank Underwood reveals his true colors... as an indie gamer. Read more...

The Game That Let Me Mourn My Lost Faith

I spent most of my life religious—Christian, to be specific. Semi-recently, however, that small part of me died. Or maybe I killed it myself. I know one thing for sure, though: video games had a hand in it. Read more...

Guy Breaks Super Mario 64 World Record By Accident

There's a new world record for getting all 120 stars in Super Mario 64 quickly—and it's kind of amazing that it happened at all. Read more...

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Lets You Kill People With Dance

Gestures are usually a silly way to communicate with other players or celebrate, but in Resident Evil: Revelations 2, dancing can have killer consequences. Literally! Dancing can kill people. Read more...

Hyrule Warriors Will Let You Wreak Havoc As A Giant Chicken

The final piece of DLC for Hyrule Warriors won't be available for most people until March 12, but Japan's already playing the game's Boss Pack. If you accomplish a specific and special task, the game rewards you with the chance to play as one of Zelda's most fiendish villains: the cucoo. Read more...

Leonard Nimoy Dies At 83

Leonard Nimoy, the actor best known for playing Mr. Spock in the ubiquitous sci-fi series Star Trek, passed away today at the age of 83. Read more...

My First Few Weeks With League Of Legends Were Nothing Like I Expected

"I'm very new to this," I typed, "just to warn y'all." A second later, someone responded: "You're a smurf, aren't you?" "What's a smurf?" I asked. "Yep," another wrote, "definitely a smurf." This was a few weeks ago, right before the fifth, maybe sixth game of League of Legends I had ever played. Read more...

The Problem with a Nazi Superman

Back in 1941, Captain America punched Hitler on the cover of a comic book. Last week, Superman was working for the Fuhrer in one. Could that possibly end well? Read more...

Humble Japanese Bundle, BOGO Ubisoft Games, and More Deals

We've got ourselves another Humble Weekly Bundle. This time around, you can pay what you want for a collection of games from Japanese developers. [Humble Made in Japan Bundle ] Read more...

Sony Accidentally Loses List Of PS4 Contest Winners 

Late last year in Japan, Sony held a pretty neat contest—people who bought a PS3, a PS4, a Vita, or a Vita TV between December 4 and January 15 could get a calendar with a special code that gave them a chance to snag one of those limited-edition 20th-anniversary PS4s, the ones that have been driving Sony fans wild for the past few months. Read more...

Today's selection of articles from Kotaku's reader-run community: Pre-Cult: Saints Row: Gat out of H

Today's selection of articles from Kotaku's reader-run community: Pre-Cult: Saints Row: Gat out of Hell • Confessions of an Aging Gamer • Bulk up or Stretch it out: Spacing Serialized Stories • Indie HYPE: Infinifactory Read more...

Fan-Built TARDIS Makes The Doctor Who LEGO Set Complete

Although LEGO has an official Doctor Who set in the works with the TARDIS and minifigs, it won't include the huge interior of the otherwise tiny telephone box time machine. So Thorsten "Xenomurphy" Bonsch built one to make the set complete. Read more...

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