February’s PlayStation Plus games are a good bunch, with Bioshock: The Collection containing all three Bioshock games and their single-player DLC. There’s also, in a twist, a third game for PS VR. As always, these games are only “free” if you have an active PS Plus subscription.
Being able to record your computer screen can be useful for all kinds of reasons—from streaming your gaming exploits to the world, to showing your parents how to turn on their antivirus software—and there are numerous ways of going about it. These are the top software and hardware options to consider.
The remastered version of Blizzard’s real-time strategy classic Warcraft 3 launched yesterday, and while I’m nowhere near as disappointed by the lack of enhancements and upgrades as the folks over at the official forums, Warcraft 3: Reforged certainly hasn’t impressed me.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is the latest classic-style role-playing game to make its way from PC to console. The console port of the 2018 game comes with a lot of compromises, but some negatives are offset by the turn-based combat mode that was added to the PC version last year.
The Star Wars: Battlefront II update adding BB-8 due out tomorrow has been delayed by a week. DICE’s Ben Walke confirmed on Twitter that a “critical issue” was found last minute requiring more time to fix. When the update arrives it’ll also bring with it a new Capital Supremacy map.
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Help! I’m Stuck In VRchat, And I Love It • The Animatrix As Driving Music • TAY Retro: Commodore - “Celebrity Endorsed” Amiga 500 [TV Commercial, NA]
SuzuKube of French-language game site OtakuGame.Fr traveled all the way from Martinique with something very specific in mind: He wanted to experience the world of the Yakuza games firsthand.
When my mini Aussie, Rio, was a puppy, I let us fall into some bad habits. If it was just the two of us in the car,…