If you need to pass the time until Red Dead Redemption 2 comes out, or you just want to refresh your memory of John Marston’s story before diving into the prequel, the GOTY edition of Red Dead Redemption is just $15 from Amazon.
Kojima Prioductions closed out this year’s Tokyo Game Show with a Death Stranding presentation, complete with a short new trailer starring Troy Baker and his very expensive mask.
Wandered into an Akihabara store last night and had an amazing score: Nintendo’s 1970s electro-mechanical Duck Hunt toy! This was what inspired the NES game. The store, notorious for its high standards, had it marked at 3000 yen ($27) because it was missing the battery cover.
A Hanime, if you will.
Sunless Skies, the follow up after Sunless Sea from Failbetter Games, now has a free tabletop RPG called Skyfarer that you can download from Tabletop Gaming.
Android 17 is coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ alongside Cooler in the next DLC release on September 27.
A new creature has appeared in Pokémon Go, and no one seems quite sure what it is or what it is doing.
There is new X Games DLC coming for Steep on October 30. It is going to bring “a series of new ski and snowboard events across the Big Air, SuperPipe, and Slopestyle disciplines, as well as new freestyle challenges scattered across the Alaskan mountains.”
The Mushroom Kingdom is in turmoil. The divine right of princesses has been challenged. Princess Peach must assert her authority. I asked you to ‘shop up some images that promoted Princess Peach, and you did not disappoint me.
QUOTE | “Psychologically akin to gambling” - A phrase used to describe loot boxes by two researchers who conducted a survey of more than 7,000 gamers. Their report said loot boxes as they exist right now can provide publishers with an unregulated way of “exploiting gambling disorders among their customers”.
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: A Lifelong Fan Guesses The Remaining PlayStation Classic Lineup • I Finally Found The NES Classic On Store Shelves • The Trailer Paradox • I Listen To The Sounds, Not So Much The Words • My Dog Stole My Wallet, So I Had To Get A New One
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Today was the first public day of the Tokyo Game Show. The crowds were massive, and the lines were long. Let’s look at which games were drawing the biggest crowds.
While Kojima Productions doesn’t have a game demo booth at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, it does have a merchandise booth.
In 2014, Yokai Watch’s popularity exploded in Japan. The 3DS game and its anime became a nationwide phenomenon, with kids singing the theme song (and doing its catchy dance) and begging their parents to buy them Yokai Watch toys.
One of the biggest booths at this year’s Tokyo Game Show is for Ninjala, a multiplayer action game for Nintendo Switch. The character design and the color palette are reminiscent of Splatoon, but I wondered if that’s where the similarities end.