I didn’t want to believe that Fallout 4, the sequel to one of my favorite games of all time, wasn’t really doing it for me. So, like any rational person, I made myself miserable trying to convince myself that I was having A Really Great Time.
The original designers of Descent and Descent 2 are considering pursuing legal action against publisher Interplay for failing to pay royalties, they tell Kotaku.
Is this truly the Year of Virtual Reality? Or just the Year That A Lot Of VR Devices Come Out? Find out on today’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen.
Bless the leader of the Minutemen, and his never-ending supply of endangered settlements. He just wants to make the world a better place. And yet...
Undertale has an officially sanctioned fan album, and it’s awesome. I’m a bit late to the party on this (the album came out right before Christmas), but if you’re a fan of Undertale’s soundtrack and metal/electronic music, this is an excellent set of covers. Warning: emotions. Also dog marriage.
Back when Techland first announced mod tools for their zombie-dropkicking parkour game Dying Light, my first thought was, “OK, how long until somebody makes Mirror’s Edge with them?”
Ark: Survival Evolved is one of the most popular survival games ever, and if you can’t see why, you’re the dumb adult in one of those old Cinnamon Toast Crunch commercials. It’s the dinosaurs. So what happens when a patch makes them markedly less useful? Things go south in a hurry.
For most players, getting killed immediately after entering a new area in Fallout 4 is enough to reconsider playing that level at all. FischiPiSti is not like most players.
Ten of the top Smite teams from around the world have converged on Atlanta to see which one plays the deity-based MOBA well enough to earn $500,000 doing so. Here’s what to expect.
The PC version of Final Fantasy IX, announced last week in Japan, will be out this month according to Steam. And, critically, it’ll let you turn off random encounters.
Nearly a year after a notorious scandal, Valve has clarified their stance on the punishment for match-fixing (that is, conspiring to lose on purpose, typically for the purposes of illicit moneymaking) in pro Counter-Strike: a permanent ban from competition. Not “indefinite.” Permanent.
Those of you who struggle to play one game on your PC, you might want to look away.
For many players, friendly (or unfriendly) trash talk is as much a part of competitive games as, well, gaming. Truly clever quipping, however, ain’t easy, so one Steam user decided to crowdsource an automated trash talk generator. This being the Internet, things of course went horribly wrong—at least, at first.
For a few hours, Undertale is a solid, charming game. Then you get to the ending—the real ending—and suddenly you get why everyone’s so obsessed.
The wasteland has terrifying secrets, the likes of which you’ve never seen before.
SOMA is a contemplative horror game dripping with psychological, oftentimes existential dread. It’s also about running from scary monsters. Surprisingly, however, stripping out that second part actually makes the game more enjoyable and, in some ways, scarier.
Sandbox games offer players fully functioning worlds in which characters go about their daily business until somebody starts lobbing rockets or blowing up bridges. But what happens if you just leave NPCs be? In Just Cause 3, things still find a way to go topsy turvy—fast.