DC Is Creating A Justice League In The Arrow Universe, And That's Great

With the announcement that the CW is expanding its superhero show roster with an Atom/Firestorm/Black Canary team-up show, it looks like we might finally be getting something Smallville tried (and ultimately failed) to do: Create the Justice League on television. But this time, it might actually work. » 3/06/15 4:41pm 57 minutes ago

OlliOlli2 Is a Great Example of How to Do a Sequel Right

OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood will drive perfectionists crazy, because they'll want to master everything about the each of the game's intricately tricky levels before moving on to the next one. That way lies madness. And ridiculous amounts of fun. » 3/06/15 4:30pm Today 4:30pm

Calling all League of Legends players: how do you feel about Urgot? Is he really that bad? Are you happy Riot is reworking him, or do you think he's fine in his current post-nerf state? I've seen a lot of talk about Urgot, most not very nice. Since he's free right now, I'm hoping to get a better sense of him. Thanks! » 3/06/15 4:15pm Today 4:15pm

The Story Behind League of Legends' Newest Hero Is, Once Again, Nonsense

Riot released an animated short yesterday that gives a backstory for The Bard, League of Legends' newest incoming champion. Like all things League, the film is very cool. So cool, in fact, that you might find yourself thinking: "Hey, I bet this game has a killer story!" But what is that story? I have no fucking clue. » 3/06/15 12:50pm Today 12:50pm

Humble Monochromatic Bundle, $8 Gaming Mouse, and More Deals

Humble is back with another weekly bundle. This time around, you get up to seven games with monochromatic art styles, and of course, you pay what you want. [Humble Monochromatic Bundle] » 3/06/15 12:45pm Today 12:45pm

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DreamHost is offering Kotaku readers a year of web hosting and a domain name for just $2.95 a month, 67% off the regular price. Build the site you've always dreamed of from the ground up and get all the key features you need to keep it running efficiently, all for only $35 annually. Use promo code kotaku295. » 2/19/15 3:36pm 2/19/15 3:36pm