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More Silly Schoolbook Drawings from Japan

School books aren't for studying, you know. They're for drawing goofy pictures in. Because that certainly makes class time fly by. Read more...

Getting Up Close with Bloodborne's Combat

I would never say I was into horror games - I managed about 90 seconds of a YouTube playthrough of P.T. before tapping out, and even the cover art for The Evil Within is a bit much for me - but FROM's Souls series is the exception to the rule. Read more...

Lichdom, the linear first-person RPG where you play a badass battlemage, is now officially out on St

Lichdom, the linear first-person RPG where you play a badass battlemage, is now officially out on Steam after a six-month early access period. If you liked playing a mage in Skyrim, you'll probably enjoy this. There's a new launch trailer, too. Like all good trailers, it has Two Steps From Hell. Watch it above. Read more...

If Real Combat Was Like Online Shooters

Video games and real-life combat are obviously different. But what if real combat was like an online shooter? Well, it might be like this. Read more...

The Internet Reacts to the New Pokémon Fighting Game

There's a new Pokémon game! It's an action fighting game. For arcades. In Japan. I bet the internet has something to say about that. Read more...

It's SimCity in Minecraft. Literally.

You're the mayor, there's an advisor, and you control your very own city. It's SimCity. Read more...

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls' first major patch is now live, introducing two new features: Seasons, a

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls' first major patch is now live, introducing two new features: Seasons, a competitive game mode based on Diablo II's online ladders, and a new type of endgame dungeon, Greater Rifts. The video above explains the biggest changes, and for a closer look, you can check out the patch notes here. Read more...

Because Robots Don't Get Sunburn

Geoffrey Ernault is an artist currently working at Guerilla Games, developers of the Killzone series. He also does a little freelance stuff on the side. Read more...

The Return Of The Theme Park Simulator

Whether they be of Theme Park or Rollercoaster Tycoon, loads of people have fond memories of old-school theme park management games. It's a genre that's been...mistreated of late, so it's nice to see a (SURPRISE) Kickstarter popping up to cater to fans. Read more...

Zelda, & F-Zero Coming To Mario Kart 8

Didn't like that stupid Mercedes DLC for Mario Kart 8? Please understand. Nintendo had something cooler coming later. Read more...

Gawker NYPD Harassment Stories: "Stopped for Walking With a Black Guy" | io9 The 10 Most Gruesome To

Gawker NYPD Harassment Stories: "Stopped for Walking With a Black Guy" | io9 The 10 Most Gruesome Torture Techniques From Medieval Europe | Jalopnik You're Going To Want To Watch This Mustang Drift Video | Lifehacker How to Turn Gmail Into Your Central Productivity Hub | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

Co-Op Multiplayer Coming to Dragon Age: Inquisition

Bioware's upcoming fantasy epic isn't going to just have a huge single-player campaign. Dragon Age: Inquisition is also going to have co-op multiplayer, too. Get ready to battle for loot. Read more...

Danganronpa, one of the best games of 2014 so far, is on sale today for $20.

Danganronpa, one of the best games of 2014 so far, is on sale today for $20. I strongly recommend it to anyone who's into good stories. The sequel comes out next week—look out for our review then. Read more...

How To Get The Sharpest Images Possible Out Of Your Old Consoles

If you've tried playing a retro console on a modern HDTV, you may not have liked what you saw — smeary, stretched images that are a far cry from the sharp chunky blocks of yesteryear. Luckily, there's a better way for purists to get a crystal clear image that doesn't involve buying an old CRT TV. Read more...

It's National Dog Day. Let's Celebrate Gaming's Greatest Canines.

Today is the 10th annual N ational Dog Day. And what better way is there to celebrate than by paying tribute to the gamer's best friend? Who is your favorite fictional dog from a video game, and why? Read more...

Bonkers Mod Puts Diablo's Skeleton King In Dark Souls

There have been a handful of mods for the PC version of the first Dark Souls ever since it came out, but they've largely been relegated to the realm of graphical fixes and cosmetic changes for items. This one, however, is an entire new boss. From Diablo III. Read more...

A brief note about the continued discussion about Kotaku's approach to reporting.

A brief note about the continued discussion about Kotaku's approach to reporting. We've long been wary of the potential undue influence of corporate gaming on games reporting, and we've taken many actions to guard against it. The last...Show More Summary

?A Video Game About the Sides of War That We Don't See

Call of Duty. Battlefield. Medal of Honor. Many of the biggest-selling series in video game history are all about putting players in the midst of wars that could be happening right outside their windows. But the politics and consequences surrounding these international armed conflicts often get sidelined amongst the set-pieces and explosions. Show More Summary

Watch Dogs, Razer Peripherals, Futurama, A Dame To Kill For [Deals]

If you haven't gotten a chance to play Watch Dogs yet, it's heavily discounted across the board today. Read more...

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