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A new challenger approaches!
“Talking to other characters feels good. I’m addicted to it. It’s like pulling the trigger in a first-person shooter.”
The changing demographic and material realities of gaming demand a corresponding shift in how we talk about video games themselves.
As events get bigger, so do its controversies.
Tell me: what’d I miss out on? And which games that didn’t wow me should I give a second chance?
Red Dead Online has been out for more than a year. It’s a big game and still getting updates, with plenty to do, explore, and ways to make money.
So long and thanks for all the fish.
We’d like to wish Joshua all the best on his way out the door that it feels like he only just entered through.
Another entry in the series of loving Kotaku roasts.
There are a lot of reasons to not write about video games.
Definitive rankings of a dying breed of device.
In video games, I have watched the world end countless times. I have also seen what comes after.
Video game credits are a weird, often harsh world, and there’s been little progress over the decades in improving them.
Games have become more aware of the reasons why we enjoy difficult things and what the ultimate point of a challenge is.
Many South Korean fans view D.va's new school uniform skin as Blizzard taking a step backward.
That Control made me think of BDSM shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.