From big-budget hits to indie gems, we played some great games this month. Let’s look at some of our favorite games from June.
Welcome to E3 2016! Kotaku is in Los Angeles for the week, bringing you all the news, interviews, media, and more from the year’s biggest trade show. We’ll update this post regularly as E3 continues, so check back!
A lot of great games came out in May, from reboots of classics to new team-based shooters to the end of a dashing adventure series. Take a look at some of our favorite games from the last month.
We got some big games this past month, like Dark Souls III, the new Ratchet & Clank, and the Banner Saga sequel, to name just a few. But those three are just a small part of the two dozen games we’ve looked at, and loved, in April. Have a look:
It’s the first of April, but the games listed here aren’t jokes. On the contrary! They’re actually quite good, in various ways. From indies to triple-As, expansions to re-releases, the 19 below were our favorite games last month.
February’s the shortest month of the year. Does that affect our recommendations for February? Not sure but, as a matter of fact, we are down to 18 games this month. Those 18 are pretty good, though. Take a look:
If you’ve got a bunch of kids but you live in a congested city, you’re not going to want to run around in a giant Chevy Suburban. Instead, you’ll want something a little more compact like the Kia Sorento, Land Rover Discovery Sport, Acura MDX and the rest of the cars on this list of moderately-sized people-haulers.
Last month, game releases picked up in speed after the end-of-holiday lull of December. As a result, we have 21 recommendations for you, from triple-A fares and indie gems to a simulator about breeding cute slimes. There’s all kinds of games to choose from, so dig in.
December—a time for snow, Doctor Who Christmas specials, and slow game releases. But slow doesn’t mean we didn’t come across anything worth checking out. And so, below is what we played and liked in December.
Game releases slow down as we near the end of the year—this is evident if you look at how short this list is compared to last month’s. Although that could also be attributed to the release of Fallout 4. In any case, there were still plenty of games we liked, such as...
Like September, October saw plenty of game releases, big ones and small ones alike. And while we did have a few disappointments, the games on this list are pretty good.
Kotaku tries a lot of games, both good and bad. This list contains all the good ones we played last month.
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Between Tokyo's Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival and the Jump Festa 2015 in Chiba, Japan, fans of the latest two numbered FF games were up to their eyeballs in new info this weekend, from a new playable race in FFXIV to the first female Cid in FFXV. Here's a quick refresher to bring you up to speed.
47 minutes in length and packed with games, Nintendo's special E3 direct was intense, to say the least. And then there were all the announcements that came after.
Now wasn't yesterday quite something? Phantom Dust, GTA V for current-gen, dragons from the new Dragon Age and elephants from the new Far Cry... It's hard to keep track of everything that happened.
The internet is abuzz with Titanfall today as the embargo lifts on preview events, flooding the infoverse with fresh takes on Respawn's upcoming Xbox and PC mech shooter. We couldn't make the event, so instead we've rounded-up the best new looks our colleagues in the gaming press have to offer.
Whether you're getting the PS4 at launch, in a few months' time or never, there's certainly one factor that'll make your decision for you: the games. So today we've got three reviews for games you can pick up for the PS4 on day one.