You think you can take on Gabe Newell? Good luck!
Rockstar today released a new trailer for the upcoming PC version of GTA V, which comes out in two weeks. In the video, you can see what their gargantuan open-world game looks like while running at a buttery 60 frames-per-second.
First-person military shooters don't get much more hardcore than Arma III. And yet, its most diehard fans think they can do even better.
After our readers so enthusiastically took to the idea of listing the best classic PC games of all time, I wanted to pull out the alphabetical directory in order to make it easy for everyone to find their favorite games.
Pillars of Eternity is goddamn fantastic. It's also sometimes intimidatingly deep, with all of its interlocking old-school-RPG-esque stats and systems. Here are some guides to help you on your way.
Today I'm playing a bunch of new Steam releases for your viewing pleasure, foremost among them a first/third-person survival game based on Atari arcade classic Asteroids. Yeah, the one with the little triangle ship. No, I don't get it either. Watch below.
Of all the big PC games people are playing at the moment, the one that needs a mod like this the least is probably Cities: Skylines. But then, that’s also why it needs it the most.
PC gaming coverage has always been popular on Kotaku, but around the start of the year, we decided to do something new: cover the PC’s top gaming service, Steam, as if it was a platform, the same way we’d cover an Xbox, a PlayStation or a Nintendo whatever. The result: steamed.kotaku.com.
Steam is great, but nothing's perfect. Valve's beast of a service is colossal, multifaceted, with a million different limbs being pulled in a million different directions. Inevitably, it sometimes falls flat. What features do you wish Valve would add to Steam? Or take away?
Ah, April 1st. The silliest day in gaming. Dying Light is choosing to celebrate the occasion by treating its legions of zombies like the ragdoll-ish punching bags they truly are.
It's one thing to see a hand-picked comparison video, it's another to sit down with the real thing ourselves, so I thought I'd fire up the fan-made (but Valve-endorsed) Half-Life 2: Update and see just how improved Valve's classic shooter really is.
It's easy to forget now, but Team Fortress 2 was once as big a punchline among Valve fans as Half-Life 3 is today.
Half-Life 2's been around since Kotaku was a bouncing baby blogglette—freshly hatched from its internet egg—but people are still making some brilliant-looking mods for it. Today, one with gut-wrenching atmosphere... and the ability to leap over buildings.
Got 20 minutes? Cool, that's enough time to watch one of the funnest action movies I've seen in ages. And yes, it was made in Team Fortress 2.
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin launches this week, but PC owners considering upgrading to the game's DirectX11 version should be aware of a few things regarding save transfers, multiplayer, and upgrade pricing.
While it's nice of Team Ninja to bring Dead or Alive to the PC today with Dead or Alive 5: Last Round, you should be aware that it's shipping without some key components.
Rockstar released these Grand Theft Auto V screens over the weekend. They're for the PC version of the game, which after delay after delay is finally hitting on April 14.
Pillars of Eternity is a lovely CRPG, but it's a lovely CRPG from Obsidian Entertainment, a developer that's be known to miss the odd bug or two. Like the one that strips your character's permanent buffs and abilities if you double-click equipment in your inventory.
A derelict spaceship, homicidal robots and the most ear-piercing sound a video game can produce, all in the first five minutes of Night Dive Studios' Spirits of Xanadu.