Lately I’ve been having nightmares about robots.
Things get pretty messed up the closing chapter of the Life is Strange saga. At times, Polarized can even feel like a straight-up horror game—which is new!
Microsoft exec Larry "Major Nelson" tweeted out this melding of Kinect and commerce earlier today. Nelson is likely proud of the execution here, since it shows the flexibility of the company's motion-sensing camera in a non-gaming setting.
Any activity you perform often enough has a tendency to invade your nightmares, even video games. In today's Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter GiantBoyDetective shares his Zelda-fueled nightmare, and you share your own.
When sexy time is over and Vincent is done dealing with with Katherine and Catherine-related drama, he lays down his head and the real challenge begins. Enter the woolly world of nightmare in these latest Catherine screens.
Research that last year suggested gamers had the ability to control their dreams - or fight back in nightmares - has been applied to soldiers who have seen combat duty, and finds that those who game have fewer and less intense nightmares about war.
A recent study suggests that video game players could have the power to alter their nightmares, turning the tide on the things that go bump in our subconscious minds. We are the Dream Warriors.