Did you hear? The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is getting its first DLC this week, in case you already didn’t have enough to catch up on in that game.
Technically, Team Ico did complete Shadow Of The Colossus. It shipped in 2005. You could put the disc in a PS2 and and experience what would become one of the most iconic adventures in gaming. But a much more sprawling vision for its world and the colossi that would inhabit it was never realized. Shadow Of The…
Earlier this week, two of our writers discussed the merits of ARMS’ most controversial character, Helix. They both made some good points, but I think the only way to settle this once and for all is with a proper ‘Shop Contest.
Insomniac CEO Ted Price joins us on today’s Kotaku Splitscreen to talk about virtual reality, what it’s like to be a CEO at E3, and how the Spider-Man PS4 game came together.
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The ‘Shop Contest is back, and the first one in a few months is now complete. Unfortunately, the results have shattered my confidence in Super Mario Odyssey unless it gets some standalone DLC devoted to just how weird Mario and Cappy can get.
Cloud9 has a shot at taking gold at Wembley against Europe’s finest while Dota 2 teams from across the land compete in the open qualifiers to make it to the biggest tournament of the year coming in just a couple months.
This used to be an ordinary Game Boy SP until DIY-er Alexander Blake decided to make it into a retro-accessory for his Switch. It’s a lot more work and less sturdy than the one that comes packaged with the console, but you have to admit it looks way cooler.
QUOTE | “It was just good to talk about in 2013/2014. It is less relevant now. We have VR to talk about now, for example.” - Sony’s global head of sales and marketing Jim Ryan explains why the company’s E3 press conference lacked the indie presence the company had previously made a selling point of the PS4.
If you thought Paradox’s grand strategy game Stellaris sounded very Star Trekky with its big alien alliances and deep space exploration, you are not alone.
Attendees walking in with badges obscured. Security declining to approach an injured show-goer. Robberies, one allegedly carried out by security guards. No metal detectors, no bag checks. E3 2017, by many accounts, had significant issues with crowd control and security.
Ubisoft’s Skull & Bones looked good at E3, but boy, this concept art for the game is looking real good.
The weekend is for Luke Plunkett reminding you that you can finish the story in The Witcher 3 but still have more Witcher to play, so you should just do that already.
Our beautiful, splashy fish son can now occasionally be found as a boss fight in Pokémon Go.
Primal battles in Final Fantasy XIV are massive spectacles that pit a group of players against powerful creatures that usually show up in the series as summons. Stormblood’s first primal, Susano, gets more massive than most, but a well-coordinated group can take him down pretty easy.
Evader is a twin stick arcade game full of bursty voxel explosions and a trippy techno beat. There aren’t any bullets to fire—instead, players blow up baddies with two dots connected by a laser beam. It’s challenging and a lot of fun, which makes it a perfect Indie Pick.
Pokémon Go’s big gym overhaul hasn’t been live for very long, but many players already dislike some of the new mechanics.