Gal*Gun: Double Peace is basically House Of The Dead, except anime boobs. It is in all ways shameless, a policy that extends to its DLC.
After weeks of rumors and hedging, it’s official: Donald Glover will be playing the young Lando Calrissian in the standalone Han Solo Star Wars movie.
If you buy the Stellaris: Leviathans DLC, which dropped today, you’ll also be getting the Cuties Portait Pack. This snail is precious. Please protect him.
The entire internet is broken. Hopefully it will be fixed this weekend so we can all play some games! Or we could go outside or something. People do that, don’t they?
So Archie was all like, “Kyogre! Listen to my commands!” And Kyogre was all, “Haha, whut?” That’s pretty much the plot to episode eight of Pokémon Generations, “The Cavern.”
Without hearing a single note, you can probably hum the Super Mario Brothers or Legend of Zelda theme. Nintendo’s games have a rich musical history and this week’s playlist rounds up some of the best renditions.
Racism is everywhere in Mafia III, in a way never before seen in a major video game. It’s gotten people talking.
Yesterday, Blizzard announced that an official Overwatch League is in the works. It’s an exciting moment for a game that, only six months post-release, already offers million-dollar tournament prize pools.
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Half the internet has been unreliable today as the result of what seems to be a major attack by unknown parties. Adding to that list of annoying outages now is PSN, given that many users are reporting issues with it since this morning.
When I first came to Japan in 2001, Halloween was not a thing. At all. Well, it was if you were foreigner, but Japanese people just didn’t really get it.
Hail, ye Nintendo faithful! Loyal folk that you are, a Wii U now rests beneath your TV. The console’s now been around for a couple years, and it’s amassed a fairly lineup stable of good games.
If you regularly shop at GameStop, this discounted gift card is basically $10 in your pocket. You won’t even have to trade in your old games.
Destiny’s Festival of the Lost will return next Tuesday, October 25. It’ll run through November 8. Hope you’ve kept space in your vault for a whole shitload of masks! I want the eyeball one.
Soon, you’ll be able to buy indie games, in real life, at a local GameStop. Indie game distribution service IndieBox will be sending physical copies—in actual boxes—to 1,200 GameStops as a part of their GameTrust initiative. Nuclear Throne, Rogue Agency, Axiom Verge and Chariot (all $19.99) and others will be…
Matthew McConaughey once said that sometimes you need to go back to move forward. The team at DICE must have been very moved by that sentiment. Taking it to heart and pushing the Battlefield series nearly 100 years back into World War I for this year’s release of Battlefield 1 was a gamble. It has largely paid off.
For years, Pokémon fans have argued over what happens when a monster is recalled into a Pokeball. The theories are endless.
More players are dying in the depths of World of Warcaft’s Gnomeregan dungeon than there’ve been in years, thanks to the revelation of a ridiculously powerful new boss tucked away in its depths. Say hello to Endgineer Omegaplugg, and then goodbye very quickly.