After playing the beta for The Division, some of us are cautiously optimistic! We’re also super hooked on The Witness. All that and more on today’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen.
Will Nintendo’s NX be out this year? Is The Division going to be an adequate Destiny replacement? Will Oculus Rift lead to class action lawsuits?
Just what makes speedrunning so appealing? Why is it so much fun to watch people break the hell out of games we love? PODCAST TIME!
Is this truly the Year of Virtual Reality? Or just the Year That A Lot Of VR Devices Come Out? Find out on today’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen.
Let’s talk about Games of the Year. And by Games of the Year we mean literally every game that came out this year.
Former pachinko star Hideo “Big Boss” Kojima officially parted ways with Konami this week. Let’s talk about it!
Will the upcoming remake of Final Fantasy VII have a world map? WE SURE HOPE SO.
After a weeklong Thanksgiving break, Kotaku Splitscreen is back to talk about one of the fundamental problems of our day: There are too many video games.
Fallout 4 is the type of game that grows on you more the more you play it. So we couldn’t help but keep talking about it on this week’s podcast.
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about the brand new role-playing game F4llout.
This week’s terribly generic announcement of Paragon got us thinking—what were the worst marketing moves in video game history?
With the release of Halo 5 leaving at least one of our writers yearning for same screen multiplayer, Fine Bros.’ React channel uses an N64 classic to ensure six photogenic teenagers never forget its fractional majesty.
Ever wondered what a day in the life of a Kotaku editor is like? Curious about what it’s really like to work here? We’ve got just the podcast for you.
Some of my fondest video game memories involve people huddled around one TV at the same time. With Halo 5, the sci-fi shooter series dropped support for split-screen. If there ever was a time to mark the end of an era, this is it.
This week, we learned the whole messy story of what really happened to Destiny. But how often does that sort of thing happen in the games industry? Let’s discuss.
This week, a part of Patrick Klepek’s soul died. RIP.
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’re talking about the pros and cons of Kickstarter. We also talk Uncharted Collection on PS4, the big new raid in Destiny, and what makes for the best JRPGs.
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’ve got a very special guest: Destiny: The Taken King director Luke Smith.
Today we’d like to introduce Kotaku’s Splitscreen, a brand new video podcast hosted by us, Kirk Hamilton and Jason Schreier. You know. The two dopes up there.