The last time someone mentioned this tiny slice of Bethesda Softworks MASTERPIECE on Kotaku it was 2009. That can’t be right? That can’t be right! Let’s get your Saturday ON TRACK, my lovelies.
I was idly contemplating what playing a Farming Simulator game for the first time would be like, because Farming Simulator 2015 is coming out on consoles in May. This family playing it together just made me super excited about it.
There are few things in video games as hypnotic as watching a very good Dishonored player go about their business.
It all started with one completely anatomically accurate virtual person. And then they slashed the person to ribbons.
This week’s edition of Worth Reading, a collection of the best writing from the past week, goes behind-the-scenes with the mysteries of Bloodborne and the connections we share with family.
Everyday life in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt looks so cool. The game just got a new gameplay trailer, full of combat, but the best-looking parts are the ones with the NPCs doing their medieval daily routine.
Should I care about Space Beast Terror Fright? Despite its absurdly schlocky name, yes, definitely. Its desolate space corridors teem with unseen horrors, and said corridors rearrange themselves each time you play. Also, if you die once, you're done for good.
Little Devil Inside came out of nowhere, and it looks gosh darn incredible, fusing elements of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Dark Souls, and a Tim Burton-esque art style.
Games have rules. It’s sort of their “thing.” But just because a game suggests you’re supposed to play it one way doesn’t mean you can’t come up with some rules of your own.
For some reason, late last night I started replaying Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s single-player campaign. You know what? That really was a damn good Call of Duty game.
For such a huge series, you don’t see as much Five Nights At Freddy’s cosplay as you’d expect. But that’s OK. It gives us more space to appreciate the good stuff like this!
War is hell… but it’s slightly less hellish when viewed from a distance. At least, that’s true of Running With Rifles, a goofy, enjoyable, surprisingly demanding PC game that recently got a full release on Steam.
In recent times, members of the Team Fortress 2 community have found themselves not exactly in love with the popular shooter's current direction. If that sounds like you, this fan overhaul of the entire game might be just what you're looking for.
This week, the Steam Stream checks out Primal Carnage: Extinction, the latest attempt at making a multiplayer dinosaur shooter, well, not horrible. Watch now!
When I finished the second episode of Life Is Strange, I put the controller down, and considered playing the episode again. I didn’t want to live with the choices I’d made.
Undaunted by yesterday’s leak, Square Enix today released the first trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, the sequel to 2011’s Human Revolution. It’s all CGI, sadly.
Five Nights at Freddy’s? A major motion picture? Oh how far we’ve come.
Who knows when or if we’ll get Half-Life 3, Half-Life: Episode 3, or whatever Valve calls Gordon Freeman’s next outing. Thankfully, modders like Shokunin are picking up the slack.
Since yesterday, Square Enix has been teasing a new game via a three-day alternate reality game that was due to end tomorrow. But their surprise has been ruined. Today, an early leak from the Russian website Kanobu.RU (as found by NeoGAF) has revealed that the big tease is for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, a sequel to…
Be careful what you click. You might think you've found a cool-looking new game on Steam, but it could be computer-infesting malware in disguise. Yeah, scammers are imitating entire game pages now.