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In case you were worried about another Fire Emblem game coming out for the Switch this year, worry n

In case you were worried about another Fire Emblem game coming out for the Switch this year, worry not. The next console installment of the tactics RPG series is coming in 2018. Read more...

Fire Emblem: Heroes Is A Collectible Character Strategy Game For iOS And Android

Arriving on Google Play on February 2 and later on iOS, Fire Emblem: Heroes is a mobile turn-based tactics role-playing game in which players gather an army of iconic characters from across series history. Read more...

The 3DS Is Getting A New Fire Emblem Game

Nintendo just announced that the latest installation of Fire Emblem, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, will be released on May 19th for the 3DS. The new game is inspired by Fire Emblem Gaiden, which was released only in Japan in 1992. Read more...

Co-Founder Of Inside Creators Gets $7 Million After Business Breakup

A messy split between the two co-founders of the game studio Playdead left one partner departing with roughly $7.2 million after being forced to exit, according to new details that emerged this week. Read more...

The Witcher 3 Finally Won Me Over

Last week, I asked for your advice for finishing The Witcher 3. You had some great, if not sometimes intimidating, tips. This weekend I took some of that advice, and now I’m here to say: oh my god you guys Witcher 3. Read more...

Explore A Relaxing Island In Fruits of a Feather

Fruits of a Feather is a light and breezy relaxation game where players can soar around a picturesque island as a hawk. With hidden caverns to explore and countless fruit to find, it’s a wonderful way to unwind and a very Cool Indie Game. Read more...

Dishonored 2’s New Custom Difficulties Give You A Lot Of Options

Today, the PC version of Dishonored 2 got a beta update that adds new custom difficulty settings as well as options for mission restart and mission select. Those custom options are a welcome addition—if you’re still playing Dishonored 2, chances are you’d like to be able to fine-tune how much noise your footsteps make. Read more...

I Love The Google Daydream VR Controller

The Google Daydream View is a brilliant piece of VR hardware. Its head-mounted display (HMD) is wrapped in a comfy fabric texture, with squishy foam on the inside. The head strap is easy to adjust. It’s ergonomically ideal and a little, invisible chip connects it to the Google Pixel phone with no effort. Read more...

Save on Rust, Homeworld Remastered, and More With Humble's Best of 2016 Bundle

Humble’s latest bundle lets you pay what you want for seven of the service’s most popular games from 2016, including a copy of Rust when you beat the average donation, and Homeworld Remastered Edition if you pay $10 or more. As always, a portion of the proceeds will go to charity, so go forth and make your Steam… Read more...

Ready For Battle

Arthur Gurin is a freelance concept artist from Ukraine who is working in the video game business. Read more...

The Sims 4 Toddlers Are Actually Good This Time

Last week, The Sims 4 team added toddlers as a free update after years of clamoring from fans. While I’m happy to see the life stage added, previous iterations of toddlers in The Sims didn’t do it for me. These new toddlers, however, change up the lives of my sims in significant ways. They also make it hard for anyone… Read more...

Steam's Latest Hit Is Tactical Madness From The Makers of Castle Crashers

Pit People, the latest game from Castle Crashers developer The Behemoth, begins with a planet-sized bear crashing into a planet-sized planet, transforming it into a wasteland plagued by storms of green bear blood rain. Then things get weird. Read more...

Zelda Fans Use Breath of the Wild's Special Language To Uncover More Story Details

Fans have uncovered some information of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s backstory thanks to some sleuth-work involving a map included in the game’s special edition. Read more...

I Want To Build The Hell Out Of This Destiny Lego

Just about every day, I get a Twitter DM or e-mail from someone asking for news on Destiny 2. To which I now say: Here, look at this Lego. Read more...

Add Two MicroSD Cards To Your Collection For $13

The going rate for a 16GB microSD card these days is about $8-$10, so if you can get two for $13, you should jump at the chance. Read more...

The Original NBA Jam Has Been Updated For 2017

If you want to play the original 1993 version of NBA Jam, but use LeBron James and Steph Curry instead of Shawn Kemp and John Stockton, then Hogs With A Blog have done you a great service and modded today’s superstars into yesteryear’s classic game. Read more...

Pass the Time in the Vault With Fallout Monopoly, Now Just $25

Game of Thrones Monopoly is still on sale from yesterday, and now, the Fallout edition has joined the party. 25 caps dollars gets you the game; just make sure your sneak skill is sufficiently high if you’re going to cheat. Read more...

Atlus Brings Two Utawarerumono Games West In 2017

Uta-wa-re-ru-mono. The name of the adult tactical role-playing visual novel series is a bit tricky to pronounce, but I’m sure we’ll have it down by the time Atlus is done releasing Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Mask of Truth for North American and European PS4 and Vita this year. Read more...

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: The AniTAY Anime Awards of 2016 •

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: The AniTAY Anime Awards of 2016 • Why I Believe The Switch Will Succeed Where The Wii U Failed • What Is Astroneer? Read more...

Track: Filed Under X | Artist: Bugs | Album: Audio Alchemy

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