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Dancing In The Moonlight

Illustration for article titled Dancing In The Moonlight
Screenshot: Twitter

This week on Snapshots we look at some lovely sunsets, a strange monster, a cool jump, a small bird in Red Dead Redemption II, a creepy face, and spot some zombies enjoying a nice run through the dark.

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Observation
Observation
Screenshot: seannuh (Email)
Final Fantasy XV
Final Fantasy XV
Screenshot: Venny (Email)
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Doom Eternal
Doom Eternal
Screenshot: @Comput_ART (Twitter)
OnRush
OnRush
Screenshot: @JimdiGriz1 (Twitter)
Horizon: Zero Dawn
Horizon: Zero Dawn
Screenshot: Matt McCann (Email)
Red Dead Redemption II
Red Dead Redemption II
Screenshot: @SindyJ_B (Twitter)
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Red Dead Redemption II
Red Dead Redemption II
Screenshot: @XkardazX (Twitter)
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
Screenshot: @Cordox1 (Twitter)
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Screenshot: @Yggdrazilla (Twitter)
Spider-Man (PS4)
Spider-Man (PS4)
Screenshot: @mr_geralt (Twitter)
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Fallout 76
Fallout 76
Screenshot: @AppalachiaHowie (Twitter)
GT Sport
GT Sport
Screenshot: @lorsteibel (Twitter)
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Days Gone
Days Gone
Screenshot: @JoshBidwellMTG (Twitter)

It’s caught me in its spotlight.


Kotaku Snapshots is a weekly look at some of the best, funniest and coolest screenshots players have taken in their favorite games.

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If you have a cool screenshot you want to share with me, I’m @Zwiezenz on Twitter. Or post your photos on Twitter using the hashtag #Ksnapshots. You can also email me. Please provide a screenshot, a name and the game’s title OR a link to the photo with that info.

Kotaku Weekend Editor | Zack Zwiezen is a writer living in Kansas. He has written for GameCritics, USgamer, Kill Screen & Entertainment Fuse.

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Sort of a shame Days Gone doesn’t really introduce hordes—by far the most challenging and fun gameplay mechanic—until 3/4 way through the story. That game got fun after 20 hours of weak stealth and boring shootouts... then it was over.