Over at Eurogamer, the reporter who broke details about the Nintendo Switch’s design says his sources have pegged the Switch’s touchscreen at 6.2 inches, displaying at 720p and, like most phones and tablets, supporting capacitive multi-touch. The 3DS and Wii U used stylus-oriented resistive touchscreens.
Civilization VI is a very good video game! It’s also got some weird complexities and systems that aren’t explained properly, as well as some neat little headen features, so here are some tips for getting the most out of it.
Anki, the makers of Anki Drive, graduate from robotic cars to full-blown robot buddies with Cozmo. He might be tiny, but he’s hiding some powerful tech behind those baby blue box eyes of his.
Today on Highlight Reel we have tons of Battlefield 1, legendary medics, Overwatch clowning and much more!
ABZU is getting a retail release for Xbox One and PS4 in January, 505 Games announced. We had a good time with this wordless underwater mystery.
Last week, Kotaku recently added a new member to our staff: the wonderful Gita Jackson. Gita’s a prolific writer who has written for Giant Bomb, MTV, and worked her butt off as assistant editor of Paste Magazine’s comedy and games sections. I sat down to talk with her so you could get to know a bit more!
Last year, I covered two different games with an awesome (and also terrifying) central conceit: if you die, you can never play again. Upsilon Circuit and One Life both touted forms of perma-permadeath. People loved the idea. My two posts were viewed nearly 1.5 million times. Unfortunately, those games have hit some…
Here’s a question no one has ever asked: “How can I get an enormous van that weighs more than 6,000 pounds, rockets to highway speed in less time than it takes to sneeze, and has enormously silly doors like you’d find a DeLorean?” It doesn’t matter that no one ever asked it, though, because the Tesla Model X is…
Still no Smash Mouth :(
Outlining future plans for Titanfall 2, developers Respawn Entertainment made a blog post talking about what sets their game apart from other shooters. A big one? No paid multiplayer DLC or season pass.
Missingno was never supposed to exist; it was a glitch monster that could appear in Red and Blue only under special circumstances. Despite being a mishap, even now, twenty years later, fans still love and remember Missingno.
My Summer Car might sound like a game about the fine art of crafting jank-ass automobiles, and to an extent, it is. But it’s also an open-world conduit for stories. Many of those stories involve beer and pee.
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Initial impressions of The Division’s game-overhauling 1.4 patch: So, I bumped the new “world tier” global difficulty level up to three (of four), and the second grunt I killed dropped an orange item. Not bad.
There have always been at least two Destinys. There’s the Destiny that most people play, where you fly around the galaxy with your friends, blowing up aliens and carefully managing your vault space. Then there’s competitive Destiny, where players go headshot-to-headshot to see who’s deadliest.
Doom’s newest multiplayer pack, Hell Followed, is now available on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC for $14.99. It contains three new maps, additional weapons, and adds the ability to play as a Cacodemon.