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Nintendo Switch Sales Nearly Double In Japan

Good news for Nintendo! Switch sales nearly doubled in Japan during the last sales week, when compared to the previous week’s. Read more...

Battlegrounds producer Chang-han Kim reportedly told Inven, “There is something called ‘Game Preview

Battlegrounds producer Chang-han Kim reportedly told Inven, “There is something called ‘Game Preview’ on Xbox One. It’s like Early Access for Xbox. We have the game running on that and are in process of polishing it. For the release, we’ll both release it on PlayStation and Xbox.” Read more...

Kyoto Imperial Palace.

Kyoto Imperial Palace. Kyoto, Japan. By Timothy Shill. Read more...

Mafia III's First Story DLC Is Fine, But Too Short

Mafia III’s new DLC is like a good car chase: over in a flash, but a fun ride while it lasts. Read more...

Zelda Is Also A Sick 90s Skate Video

If you’re wondering why EA don’t go and make a new Skate game, it’s because they don’t need to. Nintendo went and did it already. Read more...

Some Better Cop Games Would Be Nice

I played Beat Cop this week. On Monday, I was excited! It looked like Police Quest! By Wednesday I’d given up, because it’s not a good video game, and that’s disappointed me more than I thought it would have. Read more...

This is one of the best infographics I have ever seen.

This is one of the best infographics I have ever seen. Read more...

Taking The Battle To The Burning Legion In World Of Warcraft Update 7.2

World of Warcraft’s massive Tomb of Sargeras update went live this week, giving players a chance to unlock the new Broken Shore zone and punch the demon invaders right in the junk. Here’s a quick look at how to do that when you’re a warlock who’s forgotten how to warlock. Read more...

The newly announced Tribeca Games Festival will feature talks by Hideo Kojima and Ken Levine, as we

The newly announced Tribeca Games Festival will feature talks by Hideo Kojima and Ken Levine, as well as some more unconventional surprises like a panel about the movie The Lawnmower Man and VR. It’ll all happen in NYC, April 28-29. Details here. Read more...

The Best Part Of The Sims 4's Bowling Stuff Pack Is The Furniture

I never really got bowling until I reached the legal age to consume alcohol, so the new Sims 4 Stuff Pack, Bowling Night Stuff, wasn’t exactly up my alley (I’m sorry). When I dug into it, however, I found a few things I absolutely loved. Read more...

Dog Fighting Game Feels Like A Long Lost Sega Classic

Sky Rogue looks like it was ripped right out of an arcade. Colorful graphics, fun combat, and wonderfully realized community content combine for a damn good time. It’s this week’s Indie Pick. Read more...

Fans Won't Stop Playing H1Z1: King of the Kill, Even Though They Claim To Hate It

H1Z1: King of the Kill is one of the most popular games on Steam, despite the fact that thousands of fans claim to actually hate it. Now that a similar game has appeared, many say they’re going to jump ship for good—and this time, they really, really mean it. Maybe. Read more...

Mass Effect: Andromeda's Best Writing Is In Its Emails

In Mass Effect: Andromeda, I met new aliens, terraformed entire planets, and had a blast shooting down enemy Kett. None of that matched the sheer delight of Andromeda’s quieter moments, however, when I could sit down to read the email that my crew had sent between missions. Read more...

Fans Bid Farewell To Club Penguin 

For nearly 12 years, children and trolls of all ages flocked to Disney’s browser-based Club Penguin for all sorts of kid-friendly (mostly) shenanigans. Today the game closes down for good, and players past and present are paying their respects. Read more...

Card Thief Is A Perfect Mashup Of Playing Cards And Stealth

I like stealth games. I like mobile games I can play with one hand so I don’t have to decide between playing and holding the subway pole. I like Card Thief. Read more...

Nintendo Switch Dock Covers Shouldn't Have to Exist, But At Least You Can Pick Your Favorite For 20% Off

The Nintendo Switch Dock has an unfortunate habit of scratching the Switch screen, because Nintendo is unrivaled in its ability to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Luckily, there’s an easy fix that also gives your Switch a little personality. Read more...

With Dark Souls 3's Newest DLC, The Series Finally Says Goodbye

Dark Souls 3's final DLC, The Ringed City, seeks to close the curtain on the series. With some of the best environments in the series and imaginative boss fights, it feels like a fitting end. Even as I shed no tears at the passing. Read more...

Blizzard Overhauls Heroes Of The Storm’s Progression System

Today, Heroes of the Storm announced some big changes to its progression system. Read more...

Horizon Zero Dawn's Lead Writer Says They Spent 'Hundreds' Of Hours Rewriting The Story

John Gonzalez might have cut his teeth on the beloved Fallout: New Vegas, but the game writer told Kotaku that helping craft the story for Horizon: Zero Dawn was “hands down the biggest challenge” of his career. Here’s why. Read mor...

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