Red Dead Redemption 2 is dedicated to making you feel like you are living in a realistic Old West. But, like previous Rockstar games, if you look in the right place or visit a location at a certain time, you might find something weird and even paranormal. Bigfoot was included in the first Red Dead Redemption’s Undead…
Luigi is finally in Super Mario Odyssey as part of the game’s new Balloon World update which went live today. What strange wind brought him and his balloons to New Donk City is anybody’s guess, but while he’s around he has some thoughts to share about Mario’s clothes.
The Witcher 3 is by far my favorite game of the past decade and perhaps even beyond. As such, anytime another game wants to dip back into that well I’m incredibly there for it. Even if that game happens to be Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
Over the weekend players got to spend time with Dragon Ball FighterZ during an open test beta. It turns out the game still looks gorgeous and, if you’re huge fan of the source material, even has pre and post-fight scenes that reenact the anime.
More than 10 years after the release of BioShock, an obscure error message has popped up again thanks to an unlikely source—an anonymous developer, posting on 4chan, who says he or she worked on BioShock 2.
In Breath of the Wild’s main game, you don’t get to see much of Mipha, Revali, Urbosa, or Daruk. If you play through the new DLC, The Champions’ Ballad, you do get some new cutscenes, though it still might not feel like enough. Turns out, you can challenge the Divine Beasts again in the DLC for a bunch of new…
Last week, fans discovered that the latest Pokémon games reference beloved Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata, who died in 2015. The easter egg is touching, but it’s also kind of brief. Here’s the full story behind how Iwata saved Pokémon—and a closer look at why the man became so legendary.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has a fully playable reskinned version of 1993's Wolfenstein 3D. “Wolfstone” can be found on the resistance U-boat and it’s a ton of fun. You can watch me play some in the video above.
Super Mario Odyssey is one giant celebration of everything coin and plumber related. A callback in the later portion of the game is a wonderful blast from the past.
The Battlefield series is renowned for intricate easter eggs. In the latest, a series of clues added in the recent They Shall Not Pass DLC allows players to summon a terrifying giant shark from the depths.
“I was torn between the irrational fear that someone else would stumble on and publish my 40 year old discovery before me, and the very real fear that when I did, no one would care.” Former Microsoft developer Ed Fries went on one heck of a journey to try and recreate one of the earliest easter eggs in video game…
Battlefield 1 players looking to solve the depths of the game’s most elusive puzzle have hit pay-dirt. Translated morse code and a hunt to find hidden symbols yielded an underwhelming reward: a measly dog tag.
Ico and Shadow of the Colossus had deviously hidden secrets. Hidden areas and special weapons awaited players who explore those games to the fullest. But where are the secrets for The Last Guardian?
As Ubisoft did for Watch Dogs 2, the developers at Arkane snuck a little Kotaku-themed Easter Egg into the second Dishonored game. We got a kick out of this one.
Sometimes, developers put stuff inside of a game that players are never supposed to see. Such was the case with the original Paper Mario, which apparently had a bunch of dialogue that was not discovered until very recently.
In a season five episode Star Trek: The Next Generation, the Enterprise crew falls under the spell of a dangerously addictive augmented reality game. That same game lies buried within mobile game Star Trek: Timelines, an easter egg so well-hidden only one player has uncovered it, and they don’t even know it yet.
The Silver Shroud costume was one of the best gags in Fallout 4, and Bethesda has been keen to keep the joke going in all the DLC, including the latest installment, Nuka World. Let me tell you, the lines are excellent.
Whatever 2K Sports is paying their marketing department employees, it’s not enough. The WWE 2K games get mixed to positive reviews, but the promotion of those games is consistent, first-rate, and exemplary. Whoever makes the games’ commercials has a masterful grasp on why fans love the WWE.