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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Puts You in the Brain of a Highly Trained Military Killer

There has been a longstanding tradition of military fantasy in video games-you're a part of an elite team who have been honed into lethal killing machines by years of intense training. More »


Resident Evil Revelations: The Kotaku Review

Resident Evil: Revelations is a wonderful surprise. It benefits both from the low expectations set by the previous, shallow Resident Evil on the Nintendo 3DS and from the fact that it is a very good Resident Evil. More »


The Witcher 2 on Xbox 360 is, Thankfully, Still Very Much The Witcher 2

This week, I had a chance to sit down and play through a few hours of the upcoming Xbox 360 version of the 2011 PC-exclusive game The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. More »


Synchronized Tactics, Punchy Ultraviolence, and Dumb Storytelling Abound in Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

A couple of weeks ago, I visited Ubisoft headquarters to sit down and play through a large chunk of single-player content from their upcoming tactical shooter Ghost Recon: More »


In This Game, You Roll Dice to Fight Fires, Of Course

If someone can add zombies to Minesweeper (and do it well) then who am I to stop someone else from making a dice game out of firefighting?
It has been done, and it's good. More »



The Street Fighter IV of My Japanese Pop Culture Dreams

Japanese artist Kei Suwabe created profiles for characters that don't exist in Street Fighter IV, but Japanese pop culture.
If you are not familiar with Japanese pop culture-from kiddy shows to potato chips-some of the characters will be lost on you. More »

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