It was a no-brainer given the first game’s success, but Ubisoft is making it official today with the announcement that it is making The Division 2, a sequel to 2016's hit cover-based shooter.
Is Donald Trump going to take away our video games? Are loot boxes going to go away? Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, let’s discuss.
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Heroes of the Storm’s game director says Blizzard is looking into one of the game’s streamers frivolously reporting teammates after losing a match.
Another World is coming to the Nintendo Switch this spring. The French studio DotEmu, which previously ported it to Android and iOS, will be bringing it over. As random as the announcement seems, Switch is currently the only platform you can’t play Éric Chahi’s amazing cinematic adventure on, so it’s about time.
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Track: Lovers In Japan | Artist: Coldplay | Album: Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
There are some things going for it: the building is still new, clean and convenient. Big, however, it’s not.
Traveler, let me give you my most useful tip for visiting Japan: the “konbini” is life. It’s a one-stop shop for literally anything a wide-eyed tourist such as yourself may need while you explore the brightly lit corridors of Tokyo, or get swallowed by the serene silence of temples and shrines in Kyoto.
If you’re in the market for a new computer chair, Amazon has over a dozen options on sale today in the Gold Box.
No longer content with merely being a mixer, Coca-Cola is moving into Japan’s highly competitive canned spirits market.
That’s actually what it’s called in Japanese “Zettai ni Noritai Rapurasu” (絶対にのりたいラプラス) or “A Lapras You’ll Definitely Want To Ride.”
This is called the “V1" and claims to be a fully-automatic VR self-pleasuring device. The V1 is “hands-free.” Of course, it is.
Behold, Square Enix’s Idol Fantasy. The boy band smartphone sim is headed to iOS and Android this summer in Japan. It features character designs from Tetsuya Nomura, among others. No word yet about an international release.
At 81 years of age, Masako Nozawa has been voice acting since the 1960s but is perhaps best known for her Dragon Ball work. She does the Japanese voices of Goku, Gohan and Goten. But how much of her regular voice finds its way into these characters? A lot, apparently!
Here’s the second of three K-Pop songs that pulled me into the fandom, and it’s the first time we’re repeating artists (this isn’t going to be a regular thing, I promise).
Fun Farm. Luzon, Philippines. By Martin Tan.
Daniel Rizea is a concept artist who has worked on everything from Independence Day 2 to White House Down to Crysis 3 to Ryse.
Broforce lets you play as pixelated versions of your favorite action movie characters, and you can get four copies of the game (through Steam) for just $10 today courtesy of Chrono.gg. A single copy usually costs $15 on its own, so you’re saving money, and will have three copies to share.