Attack on Titan 3DS Game Is Coming West Next Month

Jealous that Japan got an Attack on Titan game? Don’t be. Attack on Titan: Humanity In Chains is coming west on May 2015 for the 3DS eShop. You can check out the trailer for it below, or read some of our impressions of the Japanese version of the game here. » 4/01/15 6:30pm 14 minutes ago

Lucas Is Coming Back To Smash Bros. In June

In today’s Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that Lucas from Mother 3 will be a downloadable character for Super Smash Bros. He’ll be available in June. » 4/01/15 6:07pm 37 minutes ago

Bloodborne's Pebble Is Overpowered

Today on the 100th episode of Highlight Reel we have great pebble skills in Bloodborne, smooth NPC moves, sniper shots in GTA V and much, much more! » 4/01/15 6:00pm 44 minutes ago

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It’s Nintendo Direct time—you can watch tonight’s big Nintendo presser on their website starting at 6pm Eastern, or just keep refreshing Kotaku for all the news as it happens. Please understand. » 4/01/15 5:44pm 59 minutes ago

10 Free Steam Games Worth Playing

While Steam gets a lot of hype for discounted prices, you don’t actually have to spend any money to enjoy some of the best games the service has to offer. Over the years, Steam has accumulated a number of great games that are free-to-play, and I’m here to tell you which ones you should check out.
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What Are You Playing This April?

It’s April, the official month of dumb pranks, getting sick from too many Cadbury eggs, and spending an entire day smoking pot. Also, the official month of playing video games, because every month is the official month of playing video games! » 4/01/15 4:30pm Today 4:30pm

Fake WoW Patch Notes Are Still The Funniest Part Of April Fools'

“Players now take 10% less damage in PvP.” “Players now deal 10% more damage in PvP.” “Players now act like they take 10% less damage in PvP, but they really don’t. They’re just kidding around.” You haven’t failed me yet, annual fake World of Warcraft patch notes. » 4/01/15 4:25pm Today 4:25pm

The Steam Stream Finds Out What The Hell Is Up With Asteroids: Outpost

Today I'm playing a bunch of new Steam releases for your viewing pleasure, foremost among them a first/third-person survival game based on Atari arcade classic Asteroids. Yeah, the one with the little triangle ship. No, I don't get it either. Watch below. » 4/01/15 3:56pm Today 3:56pm

DC Comics’ Big New Crossover Isn’t Off to a Great Start

So it’s here: the beginning of the latest installment in a long cycle of DC Universe publishing events. Unfortunately, the first issue of Convergence doesn’t hold up the legacy of its best predecessors and might just wind up annoying the fanbase it’s supposed to energize. » 4/01/15 3:46pm Today 3:46pm

10 Authors Who Wrote Gritty, Realistic Fantasy Before George R.R. Martin


When George R.R. Martin released A Game of Thrones in 1996, he helped to change the game with his grounded approach to fantasy tropes. At the same time, people sometimes talk as though Martin was the first to bring realism to epic fantasy. So here are 10 other authors who were doing "gritty" fantasy before Martin. » 4/01/15 2:39pm Today 2:39pm

Create Your Website: 65% Off a Year of Hosting + Free Domain Name ($28)

HostGator, one of Lifehacker's favorite hosting companies, is offering one year of their Hatchling Plan for $28 - which includes a free domain name. That saves you more than 65% and comes out to just $2.33/month. » 3/18/15 3:44pm 3/18/15 3:44pm

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If you're at all interested in app development, you'd be wise to learn Node.js. It's quickly becoming the most popular server-side framework for building quick, scalable network apps. For a limited time, Kotaku readers can save 93% (over $560) on a comprehensive 6 course bundle and learn the ins-and-outs of Node.js. » 3/30/15 7:51pm Monday 7:51pm