QUOTE | “We see this as an excellent opportunity to build on the rich legacy of the Mega Man video game series and introduce the famous boy robot to a whole new generation of kids worldwide.” - DHX chief content officer Asaph Fipke gets everyone stoked for a new Mega Man cartoon.
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One thing that fascinates us about zombies is the absence of humanity—from both the dead and the living. This begets moral ambiguity, and upheaval of societal norms. For some, zombies may be overused but for me? I’m terrified of them. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress sometimes feeds into my obsessions with the undead.…
We’ve been hiding in plain sight this whole time. You may have seen us around on Kotaku’s Reader-Run TAY Blog as GiantBoyDetective and Zarnyx. But for the next three days, we’ll be your guest editors here on Kotaku. Come have some fun with us!
Track: The Sidewinder | Artist: Lee Morgan | Album: The Sidewinder
This is Lara. She’s sixteen, self-taught and very talented.
On May 28, Splatoon was released in Japan one year ago. Players fell in love, got damn good, and the game became a hit. Today is May 28, and on Twitter, folks online in Japan are celebrating.
If you plan on visiting Japan, do yourself a favor and go to Kyoto. And if you can fly around like a drone, even better.
Urban Green. Hong Kong. By Jason Asavadejkajorn.
Overwatch is great and all, but I’ve got Trails of Cold Steel to catch up on.
Some Minecraft players like to build houses, or castles, or mazes full of monsters. Others prefer to recreate the entirety of Destiny.
This Borderlands cosplay from Thousand-Faces is just ungh. I love how they’ve extended the cel-shading effect, letting it run off their make-up and all the way onto the outfits themselves.
Bethesda had said Fallout 4 mods would come to Xbox in May, and they’re delivering. Xbox One players will get to start making all their characters naked on May 31. For PS4 you’ll have to wait a bit later; Bethesda says mods are still on track to come to PlayStation in June.
GTA Online is getting a big new expansion next month. Called Further Adventures in Finance and Felony, it’ll let you run your own criminal organization and sell contraband across Los Santos. Still no word on the single-player DLC that was promised oh so long ago.
It’s Friday, and I’m the only one manning Kotaku today, so naturally we’re going to talk about JRPGs. Or, as the case may be, MMOJRPGs.
Steins;Gate Zero is coming to the west on both PS4 and Vita, courtesy of PQube, the same publisher that brought over Steins;Gate. Zero is the sequel to 5pb’s excellent visual novel, which starts off slowly but ultimately pays off. No specific release date just yet—they’re saying 2016 for both Europe and the U.S.
Given that Zootopia is an animated film about animals, you’d think effective Zootopia cosplay would be the reserve of furries. Turns out that’s not quite the case: some wigs and subtle but effective make-up work can also get the job done.