Kotaku friend and newly independent developer Matthew Burns joins us on this week’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen to talk about the differences between AAA and indie development.
In January, Kirk and I made a whole bunch of predictions for 2016. On today’s Kotaku Splitscreen, it’s time to see which ones were right.
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason and I sat down in the very same room to talk about hamburgers, poutine, and also occasionally video games.
HBO’s Westworld just put a cap on its terrific first season. Come talk about it with us, won’t you?
Lots of people are saying Final Fantasy is back. Those people should go play Final Fantasy XIV. Still, FFXV is pretty good, and we’re talking about it on today’s Kotaku Splitscreen.
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’re joined by managing editor Riley MacLeod to talk Dishonored 2, Hitman, and Watch Dogs 2.
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we take some time to distract ourselves from the horrible, horrible world by talking about video games.
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’ve got more games than we can even handle. Titanfall 2! Skyrim Special Edition! Final Fantasy XV! House of the Dying Sun! Mafia 3! And on, and on.
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, I’m joined by deputy editor Patricia Hernandez to talk about Pokémon, Fallout, and Red Dead Redemption 2.
Jason’s back on Kotaku Splitscreen this week, which means it’s time to talk about video games! And a TV show. Mostly video games.
This week, Kotaku EIC Stephen Totilo joins the Splitscreen podcast to talk about PlayStation VR. What does it do? Does it virtually create reality? Let’s find out.
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen we’re talking about Destiny frustrations, Destiny 2, and the lovely new game Inside.
Rise of Iron is in our hands, so it’s Destiny time on this week’s Kotaku Splitscreen, a podcast in which we travel through space shooting aliens with thermal paste.
We’re reaching into the mailbag to answer YOUR questions on today’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen, including: Do sports themes sound like JRPG soundtracks? Yes. Yes they do.