Even if you’ve been using the PS4 since launch day, chances are good that you don’t know about everything the console has to offer. Turns out, some neat tricks are kind of hidden! Fortunately, we’re here to tell you about them.
The Florida Mayhem are known for, among other things, their elaborate entrances each week of the Overwatch League. After the shooting in Parkland last week, the team chose to make a different kind of entrance for their first match of stage two—a tribute to the victims, survivors, and community in Florida.
Assassin’s Creed Origins’ first expansion accidentally came out a week early. Its newest one, the bigger Curse of the Pharaohs, has been delayed a week to March 13. A new official video shows the mystical expansion, hyping a new city, an elaborate new enemy system and even seven new character skills. Looks impressive.
Deadbolt strips stealth down to the essentials and I can’t stop playing it.
Poop should not be a trend. Nevertheless turd toys were everywhere at Toy Fair this year. But it wasn’t all fecal fare. Boogers, farts, and pimples were all the subject of toys appropriate for kids too. As toymakers can’t seem to stop pushing the limits, we set to find the grossest toys we could.
Coming in 2018 to iOS and Android devices, Ghostbusters World is an augmented reality game in which players catch specters, ghosts and the odd free floating, full torso, vaporous apparition. It sounds like Pokemon Go, only every monster is ghost type and there’s no Team Valor. Perfect. Here’s the official website.
Sam Raimi wanted to make a superhero movie. After gifting the world with his absurdist 1987 horror-comedy masterpiece Evil Dead II, Raimi chased the rights to make movies out of both Batman and The Shadow. Both times, he failed. So he invented his own superhero—one who was really more of a deranged and revenge-crazed…
Oh, unholy day. Overwatch’s floating monk Zenyatta has found his feet and it is entirely unsettling to watch.
Update 2/23: Humble just added a new, temporary perk. If you prepay for a year of Humble Monthly, you’ll get a bonus $20 Humble wallet credit, which you can spend on anything in the Humble Store, or on any Humble Bundle.
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Black Panther And Gray Morality: What To Do When Both Sides Are Right • Dating Sims Have Staked A Large Claim On The Innovation Ball • “There Is No Real Me” • Late TAY Retro: Commodore 64 [TV Commercial]
Track: Mannish Boy | Artist: Muddy Waters | Album: Hard Again
If you want to try a standing desk, but you’re not ready to commit to it for eight hours a day, this FlexiSpot monitor riser is on sale in Amazon’s Gold Box for $245, today only.
Have you ever wondered why shirtless dudes in BlazBlue like Bang Shishigami don’t have nipples? There is a reason for that, and Arc System Works says it’s cultural.
At today’s DICE Awards, Nintendo cleaned up. The Kyoto-based game company didn’t send their development teams to the ceremony. Instead, it was up to one man to collect all the trophies. His name is Nintendo Guy.
The 21st D.I.C.E. Awards—voted on by over 30,000 members of the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences—just wrapped up in Vegas, and among the winners are Breath of the Wild, Horizon Zero Dawn and Cuphead.