Today, Bungie added some expensive, unexpected microtransactions to Destiny that will let players level their characters (slightly) faster in exchange for (a lot of) real-world money. In light of that news, I’m curious how much y’all have spent on the game so far.
This fall’s big Assassin’s Creed game features not one but two main characters: twin siblings Jacob and Evie Frye. Obviously one is better than the other. The question is, which?
Anonymous Destiny teammates come and go. They’re here for a game or two, gone forever afterward. Some of them are cool, valued companions. Some are total assholes.
Sure, Smash Bros. is a game about watching a bunch of colorful characters duke it out. But it's also about arguing over which character is best.
Titanfall has been out for a little while now, and it's settled into a normal rhythm for an online shooter. There are some new maps, some new modes, and a lot of people who have gotten very good at it. But the question remains: How many people who were playing in March are still playing now?
E3 is over and done with, and it's time to sift through the wreckage. Who did well? Who did poorly? Which games look cool? Which ones were a letdown? You tell us.
Earlier this week, we asked you guys which gaming system you use the most. The results were interesting, so I thought I'd continue the line of thought by asking the logical follow-up.
Here at Kotaku, we cover games for just about every major gaming system out there. PC, gaming consoles, handhelds, smartphones, web browsers… we've got it all.
When I was a kid, I didn't have any set-top consoles. I read strategy guides and magazines, and lived games vicariously through text- and image-based walkthroughs. One of my fondest memories is of obsessively reading a walkthrough of Jurassic Park for the Sega CD.
Like the Highlander, there can be only one.
There's been a lot of talk of used games lately. But for all the theorizing and opinion-lobbing about the impact used games may or may not have on the video game industry, it can be tough to tell just how much of a part they play in our readers' lives. So tonight, I'm gonna turn it over to you.