TrashM4N is a garbage collector who goes about his business, collecting trash. While streaming on Twitch. Most of the time his channel is fairly ordinary, but on his latest run he opened a bin and found a perfectly fine Slim PS4, along with some cables and a controller.
I’ve been playing through L.A. Noire for the last month and a half on Kotaku’s Twitch channel. This weekend we finished the game. The conclusion is bittersweet but there was no other way for a tale of crime and corruption to end. Controversial in its day, L.A Noire’s ending is perfect when viewed in retrospect.
Like Moe Szyslak from The Simpsons, two commentators at this weekend’s Smash The Record bit down hard on some wordplay bait from donors.
Cha La Head Cha La! We’re taking a break from LA Noire to stream some Dragon Ball Fighterz live on Twitch.
We’re finishing our playthrough of L.A. Noire right now on Twitch. “Either I finish it or it finishes me,” Staff Repoter Heather Alexandra said.
I first played Half-Life in 1998 and played it again over the last month for a series of livestreams on Twitch. It’s been 19 years since the game was released, and what I experienced in 2017 made me reassess the game. It’s a chaotic, if sometimes sloppy, masterpiece.
We’re finishing up our playthrough of Half Life right now on Twitch. Look out for those headcrabs, Gordon!
We’re back on the beat solving Vice cases in L.A. Noire live now on Twitch. Stay off the hooch and jazz cigarettes, kids!
We’re going live with a playthrough of Link: Faces Of Evil right now on our Twitch channel, Mah Boi!
People. People everywhere. Screams like nothing you’ve ever heard, as though ripped from the endless throat of some Eldritch Leviathan. Unsolicited K-pop beats from the dankest corners of the Internet. There’s stream sniping, and then there’s whatever the hell Forsen endures on a daily basis playing PUBG.
In many ways, Geisha Monroe and Mandy Morbid are typical Twitch streamers—they’re gamers who share their play experiences with an online following. They cosplay, they collect game-related memorabilia, they tweet Overwatch memes. And like most streamers, Twitch isn’t their job. But what does pay their bills makes them…
Staff Writer Heather Alexandra’s never played StarCraft before but she’s starting it up live now on Kotaku’s Twitch channel. Will she construct enough pylons? Tune in to find out!
Rise and shine, Doctor Freeman. We’re finally leaping back into our playthrough of Half Life right now on Twitch.
Last week, Hurricane Harvey touched down in Texas, causing unprecedented amounts of catastrophic damage to the area and killing at least 38 people according to the New York Times. Entire sections of Houston, the United States’ fourth largest city, are underwater. The storm has been chronicled on the news and social…
“We’re gonna have some fun here,” Beeftipsy said, spraying his tag on the ground of Overwatch’s Oasis map, the Overwatch equivalent of cracking one’s knuckles. It was the first day of the Twitch streamer’s “Bronze to Grandmaster challenge,” a trendy stunt in which master players who want to flex their competitive…
A Super Mario Maker streamer working for over twenty days in game to design and complete an “impossible” level has finally defeated his own creation. Failstream uploaded his level last night after over 400 hours of recorded playtime.
Twenty eight Super Mario Maker creators have banded together and created an exhaustive series of courses push the game’s speedrun potential. Super Warp World, a community-made speedrun ruleset, brings their levels into an impressive pack full of numerous paths and secrets. The game debuted last night in a blind race…
Today on a very special MARATHON LIVE STREAM of Kotaku Splitscreen, Kirk and I will be playing video games for 12 hours. Here’s the catch: they’ll all be video games that we picked for one another—games we’ve never played before.