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Wolfenstein Devs Celebrate Quake's 20th Birthday With New Levels

Quake celebrated its 20th anniversary this week, and the developers behind Wolfenstein: The New Order released a new expansion pack. What?! Read more...

Thimbleweed Park Looks Like A Worthy Successor To Old Adventure Games

Did you grow up with games like Monkey Island? Does the name Fred Edison conjure fond memories? Do you often wonder whether Zak McKracken was underrated or just not very good? Thimbleweed Park is probably the video game for you. Read more...

Oculus Won't Stop People From Hacking Vive Support Into Their Games

Oculus has been under enormous pressure in recent weeks over an unexpected decision to prevent competing headsets from playing Oculus games, but the company appears to have reversed course. Read more...

Inside The Grim World of Minecraft's Prison Servers

Prison servers are some of the most popular game modes in Minecraft: every day, tens of thousands of people wade through anarchy, murder, and lots of grinding. It is a dystopian experience unlike anything I’ve ever experienced in a video game. Read more...

Tokyo Mirage Sessions Impressions: So Far, So Good

Another giant JRPG is out for the Wii U today. Is Atlus and Nintendo’s mash-up of Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem any good? We’ve got positive impressions of the Japanese version of the game and video of the first hour of the Western version to help you decide. Read more...

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: I Spy You - How to Tell Who The He

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: I Spy You - How to Tell Who The Hell is Who in Joker Game • Opinion: So About That Nintendo E3 Strategy • Forza Horizon 3 is Implementing One of My Favorite Game Design Fantasies • EA Can’t Help But Get In Its Own Way Read more...

Upcoming Anime By One-Punch Man Creator Looks Stunning

From the creator of viral manga/anime One-Punch Man, the anime adaption of Mob Psycho 100 is slated for release on July 11th. And it’s shaping up to be just as visually stunning and hilarious as its predecessor. Mark my words: This is the anime you’ll be watching this summer. Read more...

Steep Isn't Extreme Enough 

When Ubisoft announced that they had one more game to show off at the end of their 2016 E3 conference everyone in the audience, myself included, shifted to the edge of their seats. Then Steep happened. Read more...

Track: Someday My Prince Will Come (Live) | Artist: Bill Evans | Album: N/A

Track: Someday My Prince Will Come (Live) | Artist: Bill Evans | Album: N/A Read more...

The Ring VR Shows Japanese Horror Isn't Easy

After seeing Japanese horror movie Sadako vs. Kayako, Twitter user Tatsunoru decided to make a Sadako VR prototype, starring, well, Sadako from the horror classic The Ring (above). Read more...

Sounds like Daigo Umehara thinks Street Fighter V needs an arcade release in Japan.

Sounds like Daigo Umehara thinks Street Fighter V needs an arcade release in Japan. Event Hubs reported he wondered if the game will still be played next year. Umehara added that the lack of an arcade release was a problem for Japanese gamers. Read more...

For a Japanese Prank, This Is Pretty Good

It’s such a simple idea: Famous Japanese people unknowingly walking, running and falling into holes. Read more...

The live-action Tokyo Ghoul movie has its lead actors: Masataka Kubota will play Tokyo Ghoul protago

The live-action Tokyo Ghoul movie has its lead actors: Masataka Kubota will play Tokyo Ghoul protagonist Ken Kaneki and Fumika Shimizu will play Touka Kirishima. The Tokyo Ghoul is slated to open in summer 2017 in Japan. Read more.....

A View of Mt.

A View of Mt. Fuji. Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. By Morgan Kinkel. Read more...

Damn, Geralt Broke The Deer

Today on Highlight Reel we have bear traps, uncharged controllers, great timing, broken deer and much more! Read more...

You Can't Gift Counter-Strike During Valve's Steam Summer Sale

We’ve got a twofer for you in the Unexpected Happenings department today: 1) You can’t buy Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as a gift during the Steam Summer Sale, and 2) Valve actually explained their actions. Quickly! Read more...

The Oculus Store Still Needs A Lot Of Work

Oculus didn’t just launch their Rift VR headset back in March—they also launched a software interface and an online store. The software functions similarly to Steam or GOG, working as a store, a social network, a game library and launching pad. It desperately needs an upgrade. Read more...

Civilization VI's Cities Are Like Nothing Civ Has Done Before

Say goodbye to one-tile cities. The newest Civilization game is totally overhauling the city system from previous games, transforming cities into sprawling horizontal territories that take up multiple hexes on the map. It’s a totally new approach that should drastically change how Civ is played. Read more...

A Wicked Overwatch Strategy For Dealing With Turrets

Turrets. They’re the bane of many Overwatch players’ existence. While a solid Genji, D.Va, or Widowmaker (or two) can negate them , there’s also something to be said for more vengeful tactics. Read more...

The Makers of Zelda On Why Their Games Are Usually Late

“First of all, it would be great if I didn’t have to put a release date out at all,” Nintendo’s longtime chief game designer Shigeru Miyamoto recently told me when I asked him about the tendency for Zelda games to be late. “But I have to.” We both laughed. Read more...

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