The Behemoth makes games that are infamous for challenging players' reflexes. But the next game from the indie dev studio slows things down a bit, putting the emphasis on planning instead of speed.
Imagine being lonely. Not 'no dates for a year' kind of lonely. No, we're talking no physical human contact for days on end, with only a voice on the phone for company. Then, things start to get tense. Trust erodes. What would that do you? Firewatch aims to find out.
How much League of Legends cosplay was there at PAX Prime? A lot. For example, there's a person in that cat costume.
This year's PAX Prime is slowly coming to an end, but that's no excuse to stop celebrating some of Seattle's best cosplay.
Want impeccably done Borderlands, Judge Dredd and Kingdom Hearts cosplay from the Pacific Northwest? Well, come right on in.
Are you in Seattle today? Don't miss our PAX panel, Story Time With Kotaku, at 2:30pm in the Sphinx Theater (Sheraton Hotel, 3rd floor). Bring your best questions!
Fortnite doesn't feel like the kind of experience that should be coming from Epic Games. This is the House That Shooters Built after all, with huge slabs of foundation laid down by Unreal Tournament and Gears of War. But, despite being a game that takes heavy cues from Minecraft, Fortnite represents an evolution for…
The PAX that begat all other PAXes has come back around, bringing thousands of fans of all stripes to Seattle to nerd out together. Is there cosplay? Of course. Take a look at some of the best geek culture get-ups right here.
The next Mortal Kombat is going deep. Not just in the 'show you highly detailed internal organs' kind of way, either. The newly announced Variations feature and other tweaks in Mortal Kombat X are going to give players other layers of options for how they beat each other up.