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Click here to read This PSP Beat 'Em Up Will Kick You in the Face

In Japan, where the PSP isn't dead, the latest Kenka Bancho will be out this summer. Check out the game's trailer. Warning annoying guitar music. More »

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Click here to read Japanese Box Art vs Western Box Art

As a box art fetishist, this might be the best website I've ever seen. It's called Box vs Box, and its purpose is to compare the box art of Japanese video games and their Western counterparts. More »

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Click here to read <em>Fez</em>'s Soundtrack is Full of Mysteries, Too

The soundtrack to Fez officially released on Friday, at a pay-what-you-like price (with a minimum of $7). Because the entire game is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma, some enterprising folks went and opened the sound files in a spectrogram and, voila, they found even more clues. Or they're Easter eggs, or some other kind of secret stuff. More »

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Click here to read Square Enix's Dual-Wielding Game Shooting Up a Japanese Arcade

Gunslinger Stratos is an upcoming third-person shooter for Japanese arcades. The Square Enix title features four-on-four online combat that allows players to face off against others across Japan. More »

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Click here to read 8-Bit George Washington and Adolf Hitler Fight With Cyborg Dinosaurs in This Time Travel Art Show

Sure, you could debate legislative achievements and spheres of influence to determine who history's greatest leader was. But you could also imagine an old-school video game where Teddy Roosevelt and Josef Stalin—looking a lot like Nintendo's Mario—face off riding weaponized extinct giant lizards. Artist Jude Buffum has done the latter and we are all richer for it. More »

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Click here to read Epic Games’ Anti-Cloning Solution? Make It Huge and Add “Secret Sauce”

It's not only smaller, younger developers who have to worry about cloning. Idea theft is on the minds of the people at Epic Games, too. Even though they make big, burly games like Gears of War and Bulletstorm, the developer still sees themselves as an indie, said Epic CEO Tim Sweeney. People could try and do what Epic does, he offered, but the studio's titles have size on their size. More »

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Click here to read Pick the Best Japanese Role-Playing Game for Someone That Never Plays Them

In today's turn-based edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Monsieur.Froid admits that his Japanese role-playing game experience is limited to Final Fantasy XII. We cannot let that stand. Help him choose a more definitive JRPG to get him hooked on the genre. More »

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