Look at those happy people dancing. It's because they love their goat friend. Unfortunately, their goat friend murdered them and blew up everything in their town.
Aerena is one of those games that leaves you with a lot of questions. Why is this platform floating in the middle of the sky? Why are these people fighting? Why is it spelled like that? Luckily, we have a video that answers none of those questions.
I've been curious about Dwarf Fortress for a long time, but I could never get over the hurdle of ascii graphics (ironically) so it never happened. Turns out Gnomoria scratches that itch quite well, and actually has pretty pictures to look at.
"This is a game about a disgruntled child." Okay computer, I'll just start working on my underground bunker now, don't mind me.
Minecraft, Super Motherload, Dig Dug, they all give you that nice feeling of getting something done as you dig through the earth. This one has platforming and adorable steampunk robots, so it might be a winner.
If you aren't familiar with Watchlist, it's a place for all the videos that we have here on Kotaku. If you are familiar with it, you should know that it's now going to be focused on showing off new and upcoming games.
I stumbled onto a trailer for this game and thought it looked pretty interesting, so the developer sent me a "demo prototype" so I decided to check it out. Despite the unfinished state, it's actually quite fun!
Ballpoint Universe brings together a collection of weird drawings of bullets, boots and spaceships and throws them together into a shoot-em-up. It's a cool art style, and the game has a weird humor that matches it perfectly.
It's always so much fun to play a game like Battlefield with 64 players on a map, but it really can't compare to 850 players all flying around in their own personal 747s. I grabbed Leo and we ventured back to Panau to see what CHAOS we could stir up.
Halo: Spartan Assault was originally banished to Windows 8 devices, but now that there's a shiny new Xbox on the market, it's available on Xbox One. So just in time for Christmas, I bring you a look at how the game plays on Xbox One.
It wasn't enough that Might & Delight made a beautiful game about being a badger caring for her cubs. Now they've released a free add-on. Once a day for a month, find food for your cubs. Or they will die.
The new standalone version of the infamous mod is now available on Steam's Early Access program, so I went to have a look at what changed. The answer: better graphics and even less supplies to be found.
Typing of the Dead: Overkill is amazing already. It's a game where you kill zombies by typing words like "Brains". Apparently that wasn't enough, so with Filth of the Dead, they've added in what appears to be all of Urban Dictionary.
The latest "Real Driving Simulator" lets you really simulate driving on the moon. So here's how to unlock the "Lunar Roving Vehicle LEV-001 '71" in Gran Turismo 6, as well as a glimpse into the dangers of life on the Moon.
Is Terraria too terrestrial for you? Does FTL not have enough tedious mining? Do you play Minecraft and just wish you could be a robot instead of Steve? Well Starbound can solve all your problems.
Batman does a bit more detective work in his new game. Good thing? Bad thing? Take a look as Evan Narcisse and I show you what's new in Batman Arkham Origins.
Enter The Dominatrix was originally announced for Saints Row The Third, then turned into a full sequel, now it's DLC again. I think Volition found the perfect way to include their crazy story that began as an April Fool's joke.
Not only did Vlambeer make another great shoot-em-up, they're also live streaming the game's development twice a week while the game is in early access. Check out the gameplay above and learn the meaning of "explosive revenge."
Sure, you've played roguelikes before, but it's a bit different when you mix in the Old Ones of H.P. Lovecraft's writing. Eldritch takes you into that world and keeps you there with solid, fun gameplay.