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Video Of Karen Gillan Getting Her Head Shaved To Play Nebula

Watch Karen Gillan getting her hair shaved off to play Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy: Read more...

Sunday Comics: No Time To Explain

Welcome to Kotaku's Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon. Read more...

Now They're Enhancing Icewind Dale, And It's Coming Real Soon

Now that Trent Oster and his team at Beamdog have finished enhancing Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II, they're moving north up the Sword Coast for an enhanced edition of Icewind Dale, coming later this year to iOS, Android and PC. Read more...

Wandering The Wyoming Wilderness, Waiting For It To Burn

It's easy to get freaked out on a solo trip through barren wilderness, especially when your job is waiting for it to catch on fire. Here's our first look at Firewatch in action. Read more...

Super Famicom Box Art Collection Kickstarter

This sounds wonderful—an art book collecting the box art from Super Famicom games. And the mockup pages also look great: Read more...

I Could Watch Civilization: Beyond Earth All Day Long

Debuting during the Firaxis Megapanel at PAX Prime this weekend, the "Master Control" gameplay trailer for Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth teaches us about the Purity Affinity, Virtues, the Orbital Layer and how October 24 can't come soon enough. Read more...

A Titanfall Statue Without Those Pesky Titans

What wondrous timing! Just as a new, mech-free game mode is announced for Titanfall, we get a statue that's 75 percent pilot, 25 percent debris and zero percent giant killer robot. Read more...

The Coolest Cosplay at PAX Prime, Day 1

The PAX that begat all other PAXes has come back around, bringing thousands of fans of all stripes to Seattle to nerd out together. Is there cosplay? Of course. Take a look at some of the best geek culture get-ups right here. Read more...

The Saturday Morning Stream Casts Lichdom: Battlemage

In this week's very special episode of the Saturday Morning Stream, the mildly-medicated Michael Fahey triumphantly returns to get his first-person magic combat on with Lichdom: Battlemage. Read more...

This Week In The Business: Casually Pathetic

QUOTE | “It's kind of a passive attitude they're taking, and to me it's kind of a pathetic thing.” - Legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto explaining why Nintendo isn't going to try to make games specifically for a casual audience like they used to on the Wii. Read more...

8/25/2014: Bad Plumber's Mate

It's not Wario, it's Bad Plumber. It's not Waluigi, it's Bad Plumber's Mate, as Ben Lee has found. Poor Waluigi. He's not even "Bad Plumber # 2." Read more...

Mad Science Cat Game On Hold For Mobile Super Meat Boy

You might remember that Team Meat, two-man studio behind uber-tough platformer Super Meat Boy, was working on a mad science cat breeding sim, Mew-Genics. Moral of the story? Cats are gross, but awwww kitty! Now, though, it's on hold in favor of a new Meat Boy game—for phones (and Steam). Read more...

Peggle 2 No Longer Xbox Exclusive, Coming To PlayStation 4

Peggle 2, PopCap's previously Microsoft-exclusive black hole time vortex of sheer addiction, is finally coming to PlayStation 4. Read more...

The Good And Bad Of Mario Kart 8's First Major Update

Nintendo made a few changes to Mario Kart 8 this week—some big, some small, some the size of a luxury card brand's new SUV. If nothing else, this gives us a good opportunity to pause and reflect on how one of the summer's biggest games is doing. So let's do that. Read more...

?How Mortal Kombat Is Getting More Complex

The next Mortal Kombat is going deep. Not just in the 'show you highly detailed internal organs' kind of way, either. The newly announced Variations feature and other tweaks in Mortal Kombat X are going to give players other layers of options for how they beat each other up. Read more...

The Most Realistic Fighting Game, In A Manner Of Speaking

I believe that Double Fine's latest venture into indie publishing, Gang Beasts, is one of the most realistic depictions of combat ever seen in a game. This is because 90 percent of fights are sloppy, awkward affairs where all involved fall down and give each other angry hugs. Read more...

Track: Industrial Revolution | Artist: Immortal Technique | Album: Revolutionary Vol. 2

Track: Industrial Revolution | Artist: Immortal Technique | Album: Revolutionary Vol. 2 Read more...

Eight Big Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Questions, Answered

The first current-gen Final Fantasy will be out within the next year, it'll serve as something of a stopgap before Final Fantasy XV, and, well, it's got kind of a silly name. Read more...

What We Know About The New 3DS So Far

Nintendo woke us all up early this morning with a fresh batch of information about a new and improved 3DS mobile console it's making. Most of this was geared towards its Japanese audience, however, so let's break down the relevant parts of the news for gamers outside the company's home country. Read more...

If Christopher Nolan Directed Pixar's The Incredibles

The Incredibles is already a dark movie at points — It deals with ideas of individuality and conformity, even if it is in a wacky cartoon shell. I'm just glad The Dark Knight director Chris Nolan didn't get his hands on it. Read mor...

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