The original Xbox never got a South Park game, but if it had it would have looked something like this.
The Alienware Alpha sounds awesome. It’s smaller and more powerful than the PS4 and Xbox One. It doubles as an actual Windows PC! But be warned: it’s not as easy to use as a game console, not as foolproof. It’s not nearly the slam dunk I was hoping it would be.
As announced at the big show, Bungie's next big thing scored a PlayStation 4 exclusive alpha test this weekend. I just so happen to have a PS4 and access to that alpha test. Wanna watch?
The creators of the PC game Towns have given up on development, choosing to leave the game unfinished for good—even though it's been on sale for the past 18 months and had sold over 200,000 copies as of last summer.
Secrets of Raetikon at first seems like a nice relaxing game about being a bird. A bird that can fly around, explore, and fling around the occasional rabbit. It's all really lovely and serene, but this beautiful game about exploration soon turns to bird on bird violence.
Pixels were great, but they were so two dimensional. Polygons were really cool, but now that developers have to license them directly from the gaming website (they do not), everybody's moving to voxels. Even Rift and Defiance developer Trion Worlds is doing it, with free-to-play online adventure RPG Trove.
ArmA III, the next entry in the sandbox tactical shooter series, is expected to be released later this year. But the alpha is already up and running, waiting for people to join. And when something is still in development, you can expect a great deal of glitches and bugs, which fortunately won't do much harm. They…
Last year Jordan Weisman's Harebrained Schemes raised $1,895,772 via Kickstarter to create the ultimate game based on the magic-meets-technology pen-and-paper role-playing game, Shadowrun. Today we get our first look at Shadowrun Returns gameplay, and so far it's everything I wanted it to be.
Commenter gametr4x loves hunting for bugs in PC games so much, he's got multiple email accounts set up so he can apply to beta tests to his heart's content, but it only took one account to be featured in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
This fan-made Minecraft trailer probably won't help explain the indie phenom's popularity to those not familiar with the computer game. But it's still a marvel to watch.