“Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned. You know my heart; I loved Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2, but after those two the games got weird and inaccessible. I dutifully bought Chain of Memories on the Playstation 2, but...so much had changed. I couldn’t understand how to use the card system to play properly, and the story…
Animal Crossing: New Horizons players who use their Switch system clock to jump forward in time won’t be able to get a sneak peek at what’s in store for Turkey Day (11/26) or Toy Day (12/24) this year. Unlike the game’s summer fireworks and Halloween celebrations, Thanksgiving and Christmas are date locked.
Flat Earth Simulator recently appeared on Steam with no fanfare at all. Costing $5, it’s a beautifully presented—if extremely slight—depiction of a proposed model for a flat Earth. There’s interactive recorded narration explaining the theory, which posits that our planet is a floating disc, surrounded by a wall of…
Rockstar Games announced that Grand Theft Auto Online’s biggest update ever will be released on December 15, adding a brand new island, new radio stations, a new armed submarine, and a huge heist that can be completed with friends or solo.
There’s a lot of music out there. To help you cut through all the noise, every week The A.V. Club is rounding up A-Sides, five recent releases we think are worth your time. You can listen to these and more on our Spotify playlist, and if you like what you hear, we encourage you to purchase featured artists’ music…
Later this year, Rocket League will get an update that allows it to run at 120 FPS on Xbox Series X and S. That same feature isn’t coming to the game on PS5, however. Developer Psyonix says that doing so would require “a full native port” unlike on Microsoft’s next-gen consoles.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light does a lot of things right, but loot isn’t one of them. Responding to a week and change of negative player feedback about the lack of new gear to chase in the game’s latest expansion, Bungie said it will add some old guns back into the rotation.
Welcome to the Friday edition of Morning Music, Kotaku’s daily hangout for all of Hell’s angels and Heaven’s demons. Today we’re attacking and dethroning god with a deep dive into the Bayonetta soundtrack.
Sega’s Toshihiro Nagoshi talks about the birth and history of the Yakuza series in a fascinating 20-minute-plus interview. It’s a look back at the series and how Yakuza arrived at the place it is today. Definitely worth a watch!
The last time we did one of these generational roundups, I wrote a piece on how the DualShock 3 “sucked”. This is a sentiment dating back to my time with the DualShock and DualShock 2, both of which also sucked.
The hidden door in the Demon’s Souls remake has been opened. And what was behind it? A way to fix the sixth archstone? A vague Bloodborne connection? A hint about the next Bluepoint Games project? Nope, just a set of armor. Cool armor, to be sure, but yeah. Armor.
This year’s installment of The Big House, one of the most important tournaments in the Super Smash Bros. community, has been shut down by Nintendo over its use of a fan-developed mod meant to improve online play in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Microsoft didn’t break new ground with its two new consoles, the Xbox Series X and S. The individual boxes look new, sure, but both share a near-identical operating system with their predecessor, the Xbox One. In other words, these two new machines don’t bring much new to the table. Rather, it’s the same dish, except…