As we move further into the hot and empty summer we see less and less big name titles, but still plenty of DLC and indie games. This week we have another expansion to both The Witcher 3 and Hitman. Will you be partaking?
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga - The Hidden Gem of the PlayStation 2 • Gamer Diary: Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney • My Hero Academia- Anime Series Blog 6 • Uncharted 4's Curious Ending [Spoilers]
The quiet, deliberate piano notes drifting eerily. The desert colorful under the setting sun, with a crescent moon on the rise. The walk to a home in ruins. A girl’s intent gaze at her bloodied reflection in a mirror, and the nightmare that follows. All within the first few minutes. Damn. Nicely done, Severed.
If you’ve spent some serious time with Overwatch you’ve likely noticed some heroes getting much more play time than others. Whether it’s a whole team of Bastions or a single aggravating Widowmaker, not knowing how to counter a character can be frustrating for any player new to Blizzard’s team-based shooter.
The fine folks over at SpeedoSausage have released a new NSFW Yu-Gi-Oh parody that hilariously skewers the main themes of the famous anime. It’s time to D-D-D-D-DUEL!
Remember the part of The Lion King where Scar challenges Simba to grind all the elephant skulls in the elephant graveyard while collecting zebra haunches? Truly unforgettable.
Final Fantasy VII is as memorable as it is largely thanks to its multifaceted soundtrack.
Nothing is known about the return of Samurai Jack. All fans have to go on is a six second trailer and a brief announcement that the show will be premiering on Adult Swim’s Toonami block sometime this year.
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My Mii’s popularity in Nintendo’s mobile app, Miitomo, has been capped at level 20 weeks now. With my waning interest, I find myself visiting my mii less often. It’s okay though because I had some great fun with friends and acquaintances on there. I’ll cherish their silliness forever, especially their TMI moments.
Current games! Retro games! Terrible games! Gaming podcasts are nothing new, but you’ll be hard pressed to find one like Super Gaming Quiz Alpha Turbo.
Can you believe we’re just days away from June? We’re almost to the halfway point of this crazy year. Where did the time go? And why haven’t I made a noticeable dent in my backlog yet? Oh that’s right. Too many new, shiny games.
There’s a village, The Aerie, which your character visits at the beginning of Nier. Its cacophonous theme is....surprising.
With nearly 2,000 games in its arsenal, the PlayStation has one of the largest libraries in gaming history.
The most fun I ever had using stealth mechanics was in Ape Escape. Now, thanks to all the conveniently placed tall grass in A Thief’s End, Uncharted 4 has become a strong contender as my favorite—and I’m a bit annoyed with myself for that.
At the beginning of May the house that Mario built and Vans announced they would be partnering to release some special kicks featuring various Nintendo characters. Some look pretty nifty! Others... not so much.