There’s a flash sale going on over at the U.S. PlayStation Store for up to 80% off games based around the theme of animation. You can go get some really great games like Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth, Day of the Tentacle Remastered, and Mega Man Legends at a huge discount. The sale will go until 8:00AM PST on September…
You’re heading to the store to get a PS4 right now, and need to know which games to get. (Keep your eyes on the road, please!) Or you’re home, all set up, realizing you want more stuff to play. Or maybe you’re suiting up for a battle in the console war, applying your facepaint and trying to remember which games will…
There’s a new Witcher 3 patch/”hot-fix” today for consoles. Just hit. Looks like they want to get in on the shortening load-times thing, too. We can all agree that infinite loading screens are a tad too long, yeah?
It’s rare that the removal of a feature from a video game makes fans of that game happy, but fans of Star Wars Battlefront seem pretty happy that, thanks to a new update, anyone playing as a Stormtrooper in the game is forced to keep their helmet on.
A lengthy new blog post from the developers of The Division outlines major changes being made to character stats, skills and gear as part of the big October 1.4 patch that’s intended to make the endgame fun. The update, including big changes being made to popular skills like Smart Cover, will be playable on a public…
The new paid Death Star expansion for Star Wars Battlefront won’t significantly alter the game’s reputation as a fairly casual shooter designed for quick, chaotic fun. But it does add an interesting three-stage mode that culminates with the possible destruction of the Death Star. That new mode at least makes a session…
The most recent Black Ops III DLC added more Gobblegum power-ups to the game’s Zombies mode. Here’s a snippet of a match we played with the Newtownian Negation Gobblegum activated: “Zombies killed fall straight up.” We’re still divided on whether Gobblegum is worth focusing on in Zombies. Thoughts?
During the recent PlayStation press conference in Tokyo, Sony announced V Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaiki da R?, a VR version of the What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord?
Sony has confirmed with Kotaku that there have been layoffs today at the company’s San Diego studio.
Playstation 4's software update 4.00 was released yesterday. It adds a ton of new features that are pretty swell and make things even better for the console.
Hideo Kojima hasn’t talked much about the actual gameplay in his upcoming title Death Stranding. Today in Tokyo, he shed a tiny bit of light on what to expect.
This week the Tokyo Game Show kicks off. But days before, Sony is holding its annual Japan press conference. What newness will be revealed? Let’s watch and find out.
The process of engaging in some BDSM in the seemingly squeaky-clean video game Overwatch is simple. Equip the angelic healer Mercy with her Imp skin, spray-paint an arrow on the wall, and crouch beneath it. If you’re lucky, a tank will walk up to you and emote “understood.” You’ll serve them dutifully and wait for the…
The Last Guardian, a video game best known for never actually coming out, got yet another delay today. It’ll now hit in December.
Did Kirk and I think the PS4 Pro was impressive or underwhelming? Find out on today’s Kotaku Splitscreen. Or right here. Underwhelming. The answer is underwhelming.
Sony’s new, more powerful $399 console, the PS4 Pro, has been designed to improve the graphics of new and old PS4 games. But conversations with developers at the PS4 Pro’s reveal event in New York City on Wednesday made it clear that it will also make console gaming more complex, introducing greater variation in a…
The PS4 Pro will record gaming footage at 1080p/30fps, at a better resolution but identical framerate compared to video capture on the base PS4, according to a Sony rep. The Pro will support “1080p/60fps broadcast, remote play and share play,” broadband willing.
Meet the Neo, officially called PlayStation 4 Pro. It’s a more powerful PS4 that will support 4K and HDR. It’ll cost $400 and be out on November 10.
The PS4 Slim—which leaked all over the internet earlier this year—will cost a tidy $299. Better yet, the redesigned system (and controller) will be out real soon.