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So much more than just an action game.
Let me recount all the ways I led her astray during her adventures in Hyrule.
So far it’s mostly fast-paced gameplay and good vibes.
A lot has happened during the six months since Anthem launched, though not as much as players had hoped.
On this episode of Kotaku Splitscreen, we talk about No Man’s Sky’s latest VR improvements, the games we've been playing lately, and more.
Learning how to play Session is a bit like learning how to skate, which is why you spend your first few moments eating pavement.
"One of the things I feel like we’ve learned...is figuring out some things that are fun about the game that we didn’t really initially expect."
I appreciate what it's trying to do, but I wish I had more time to enjoy it.
Ancestors opens with the developers promising to not hold your hand, and throughout the game that promise becomes very clear.
Who among us hasn’t dreamed of standing on a stage and smashing a guitar?
Marking the 75th anniversary alongside the Polish team making a game about it.
Will this game be a powerful recreation of BioWare-esque storytelling or a half-measured romanticising of the violent Age of Exploration? I can't wait to find out.
There's nothing like the void that appears in your stomach when a save file corrupts or goes missing.
On its biggest stages, the games industry still hasn’t quite figured out what it means by words like “inclusion” or “diversity.”
Minor spoilers within for Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Fans have been in an uproar over Valve’s decision to host the International in Shanghai while protests rage in Hong Kong.