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It takes a little over two hours according to YouTuber 8-Bit Bastard, but fortunately the powers of time lapse means you can skip through it all in two and a half minutes. The team describe it as, "quite possibly the stupidest thing we've ever done".
Terry Cavanagh's posted an update on his website saying the Android and iOS versions of VVVVVV are "almost done" while the PS Vita port is "imminent". He's also posted a video showing it, and the new control scheme in action.
Plants Vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is coming to PC June 24. The PC version of Popcap's online multiplayer shooter will feature all of the free updates already released for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions.
Minecraft anything seems to sell, so more toys? What the hell, pile 'em on. This new batch includes an Animal Mob figures pack and a Baby Ocelot plushie both of which will be heading your way this June.
Surprisingly almost no one a listing for the Mass Effect Trilogy has appeared for PS4 & Xbox One. Bioware has previously mentioned the idea was being discussed and it's not exactly an impossible proposition.
A few new Destiny videos have popped up over at the game's Instagram account. The three excerpts are brief, showing off some ships, a new (possibly Russian) area and a look at a map naming various Earth regions.
Fresh off developing the Bruce Willis-powered PlayStation game Apocalypse, developer Neversoft used the pre-built Willis model as the first rider in the prototype for Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. That's just one of many fun facts in Did You Know Gaming?'s look at the king of skateboarding games.
Fahey's been playing The Elder Scrolls Online for a few weeks now in preparation for a full review. Except he hasn't been playing enough to log it for you, the Kotaku readers. Here are his attempts to explain why.
Even Sony admit H1Z1's a lot like DayZ. Now you can see how similar the two are with 50 minutes of PS4 gameplay. As well as showing exploration, combat and vehicles in action, at one point the devs stop to build a shed with the crafting system. It's a good shed.