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Aang's Grandkids Get Their Own Adventure On Legend Of Korra

12 minutes agoEntertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

One of the particularly great things about Legend of Korra Book 4 is the way it has managed to, ahem, balance the show's enormous cast. In this week's episode, Tenzin's kids take center stage when they journey to find Korra. And, in the meantime, we learn exactly what made Korra's former antagonists villains. Read more...

Japan Crate Monthly Snack Delivery Service: The Snacktaku Review

Japan Crate is one of a growing number of services that, for a monthly subscription fee, deliver a box filled with Japanese snacks and candy to your front door. This is pretty much everything anyone needs. Read more...

Top 10 Ways to Unleash Your Inner Evil

"Evil" is a complex thing. Sometimes evil is justified, other times knowing evil is just the best way to fight it. Here are 10 things that clearly fall under the banner of "evil, " but are worth knowing how to do. Read more...

Watching the Extra Life charity streams?

Watching the Extra Life charity streams? Our own Steve Marinconz just started a 24 hour gaming marathon stream with Team Rob in support of his local Children's Miracle Network hospital. Last year Steve got horrible food poisoning during the stream, so keep an eye on the bearded guy below. Watch them here. Read more...

Google Has Much More To Tell Us About Video Games Now

You know that neat little box that pops up on the right when you search Google for movies or books and such? Now it does it for video games as well, thanks to an update to Google's Knowledge Graph. Read more...

Flying Mounts, Dark Knights And More Fresh FFXIV Expansion Info

Last week in Las Vegas, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, the first expansion for the magically reanimated MMO. At this weekend's Fan Festival in London, producer Naoki Yoshida showed off new flying mounts, a pair of new beast tribes and an eagerly awaited addition to the game's class roster. Read more...

Funko's new Warcraft toys include the cutest Lil' Earth-Shatterer

Pop! Vinyl's slow war of attrition with my wallet continues with a second run of figures based on World of Warcraft - and this time, the legends of Azeroth come backed by the cutest fallen Aspect of Earth you ever did see. D'aaaw! Read more...

The Most Striking Piece Of Halo Art I've Seen In Ages

I was going to call " Master Chief and Arbiter (Gods Among)" by Sita Navas fan art, but the "fan" label feels cheap when applied to this Maya-style masterpiece. This is just art. Read more...

This Week In The Business: End Of The Line

QUOTE | "I think linear story games are really going to suffer in the modern marketplace." - Far Cry 4 creative director Alex Hutchinson, talking about why he thinks open-world and emergent games will be the most popular games going forward. Read more...

10/20/2014: They Got The Ninja Turtles Ice Cream Just Right

The droopy eye, the melty face. It's just like my childhood remembers it. Read more...

I'm Worried We May Never Get A Good Avatar Video Game

Yesterday I posted my review of the Legend of Korra video game. While it had some high points, I mostly wasn't a fan. And now, with the Korra cartoon and entire Avatar universe winding down, I can't help but worry that we might never see a video game truly do the series justice. Read more...

Felicia Day And Gamergate: This Is What Happens Now

Earlier this week, Felicia Day wrote a blog post. In it, the well-known actor eloquently expressed something that a great number of people in the video game scene have been feeling lately: She said she was afraid. Read more...

How You'll Share Your PS4 Games With Friends Who Don't Own Them

Starting on October 28th, you'll be able to share your games with friends—even if they don't own them. Read more...

Track: Paradise Circus | Artist: Massive Attack | Album: Heligoland

Track: Paradise Circus | Artist: Massive Attack | Album: Heligoland Read more...

A Game Collection That Looks Like A Museum

High-level game collectors are an interesting bunch of people. Their drives, motivations and preferences when it comes to curation say so much about what they value in gaming. Austrian collector Andranik Ghalustians is no different. Read more...

Dying In Sunset Overdrive Is Pretty Goofy

Dying a horrible death in a video game is usually, well, horrible. If only there was some way to add a little style and grace to the whole process. What's that you say, Sunset Overdrive? You think you can make being eaten by a horde of unsightly mutants downright charming? Well, we'll have to see about that! Read more...

The Orcs Of Mordor Are Having A Bad Day

Even since the game got its snazzy new photo editor, Shadow of Mordor fans have been doing their best to capture the game's ultraviolence in all its gruesome glory. But what about all those quiet, sentimental moments that unfold in the midst of all the orc-killing? Sauron's forces have feelings too, you know. Read more...

All The Weirdest Secrets You Never Knew About Clive Barker's Hellraiser

Hellraiser was made for under $1 million, but wound up becoming one of the most significant horror movies of all time. And yet, the more you learn about this film's production, the more of a miracle it seems. Here are all the strangest facts you need to know about the making of Hellraiser. Read more...

The New Borderlands Is Loaded With Secrets And References [UPDATED]

Continuing in the Borderlands series' grand tradition of making sly winks at everything from Minecraft to Game of Thrones to a whole lot of Internet memes, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is littered with secrets and references—some especially elaborate. Here are all the ones we know of so far. Read more...

Fantasy Life Is The Best To-Do List I've Ever Played

Fantasy Life, released today by Nintendo for 3DS, is not so much a video game as it is a to-do list. Playing this game is akin to performing a series of increasingly difficult household chores. Some games ask you to slay demons or explore the frontiers of space; Fantasy Life asks you to go find some vegetables and cook dinner. Read more...

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