This weekend’s Splatfest isn’t just about deciding the better condiment (hint: it’s the red one), but it’s also prime time to farm up a big store of ability chunks for your competitive wardrobe.
Match fixing has been the end for several professional Counter-Strike players’ careers. At this weekend’s cs_summit tournament, Josh “Steel” Nissan appeared in a comedy PSA with a simple message for young Counter-Strike hopeful Timmy: don’t fix matches.
Did you know that trying to start a new game of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will erase all of your current save files? Please do not let this happen to you. Start a new Switch account before you start a brand new game.
Last week’s 4.50 system update introduced a bunch of new features to the PlayStation 4. Unfortunately for some, that includes crippling wireless network lag. While Sony looks into the issue, there are a couple of temporary workarounds to keep you playing online.
Kotaku and Deadspin are teaming up to cover esports, and we’re looking for some fresh talent to help make it happen.
Good news, 3DS owners. You can now go into the Nintendo eShop and download a small taste of the upcoming Pokémon games.
Hi! It’s me, your favorite Guardian. Let’s talk about Iron Banner for a second.
If you have followed the path of the Atlas in No Man’s Sky, you may already be carrying a few Atlas Stones. While the game never really tells you what to DO with Atlas Stones, we now know what the deal is. (Some spoilers ahead.)
Kotaku is looking to add some fresh voices to our ranks. Could that be you?
No podcast episode today, sorry! Due to unexpected travel complications, Jason and I won’t be able to record our final E3 bonus episode of Kotaku Splitscreen. Thanks for listening along this week; we’ll be back next week with regular episodes.
Greg Ellis (Jonny Rees), voice actor for Dragon Age’s Cullen and many others, went missing from his North Hollywood home on May 11. Information surrounding his disappearance and contact info for the LAPD missing persons unit can be found at the Bioware forums. Update 5/15 4 AM: Ellis’ friend Jeff Rosenthal reports the…
Redditor Vernm51’s parents couldn’t find a copy of Pokemon HeartGold for the DS locally for Christmas, so they ordered it online from GameStop—and received a bootleg copy that didn’t work.
Lottie from Animal Crossing joins the Amiibo army today. She’s a Target exclusive in the States (Best Buy in Canada). I know this because I am a well-informed member of the gaming press, and not because I was at Target when they opened this morning, dammit.
Be careful unboxing your Wii U Skylanders Superchargers starter pack. I managed to tear the lever off the side of Donkey Kong’s Barrel Blaster freeing it from its package, and will be sad forever because of it.
Don’t forget to grab Diancie. Mythical Pokémon Diancie is available through Monday for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire in North American and PAL regions. I completely forgot (thanks for the reminder, Oliver!). Don’t be me.
In a very special episode of Toy Time, I demonstrate why there is absolutely no reason to have a 1.4 watt laser sitting around on the desk of an easily bored person.
Uh oh. A number of reports around the web are claiming one thing: people are using GTA V mods to distribute malware.
One day a year comic book stores across the country and beyond seek to lure readers new and old into their musty lairs with a selection of colorful free reading material. Today is the Day of Free Comic Books.
Are you stuck with Time Warner Cable? Did your internet get all funky tonight? Don’t worry: you’re not the only one—and you may be able to fix the problem pretty easily.