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Future Unfolding came out earlier this week for PC and looks like the perfect way to spend the weeke

Future Unfolding came out earlier this week for PC and looks like the perfect way to spend the weekend unwinding. An exploration game that finds inspiration in The Witness, Unfolding takes a lush painter’s brush to randomly generated environments filled with unique, non-repeating puzzles. Read more...

The Weekend In Esports: Duty Calls In Texas 

Call of Duty returns in a big way this week with the World League Open for Infinite Warfare in Dallas. Read more...

American Says In 2007 It's His Dream To Work At Nintendo, Winds Up In Credits For Breath Of The Wild

Everyone has a dream. Corey Bunnell’s was to one day work for Nintendo. He said as much in a forum post from almost ten years ago. This month, the company shipped The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with his name in the credits. Read more...

This Week In The Business: Switches Get Riches

STAT | 1.5 million - The Nintendo Switch global installed base after one week, according to Superdata. The firm also believes 89% of Switch owners purchased The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to go with the system. Read more...

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Loot Anime Episode 16: Together Un

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Loot Anime Episode 16: Together Unboxing • The To-LOVE-Ru Darkness Manga Got The Ending It (And You) Deserved • Hot Take: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Wii U, Switch) Read more...

EVE Player Gets Revenge On Griefer Four Years Later

They say revenge is a dish best served cold. In EVE Online player Darvo Thellere’s case, it was cold as the uncaring vacuum of space. Read more...

One Devious Microtransaction

The makers of the new mobile game Bit City have already tweaked one of their game’s microtransactions, just days after launch. I guess I wasn’t the only one who thought it was messed up, even by microtransaction standards. Read more...

Steam Group Helps Players Prevent Carpal Tunnel

PC games can confer all sorts of positive benefits: improved spatial reasoning, a sense of community, the best video games (don’t @ me), etc. They can also destroy your damn wrists. Read more...

Buy an Xbox One Controller For $40, Get a Free Copy of Metal Gear Solid V

$40 is about as cheap as Xbox One controllers ever get, but today, that gets you a controller and a copy of Metal Gear Solid V. That’s not even, like, a terrible game that they’d be trying to get rid of. It’s pretty good! Read more....

What Are You Playing This Weekend?

Weekends are for admitting that dish you made in your crockpot really didn’t come out well so you can give up on eating it and try something new. The crockpot is great because, while it does its thing, you can play video games! Read more...

Longtime Fans Of YouTuber JonTron Say They Can't Watch Him Anymore

Over the past week, the fanbase for YouTuber Jon “JonTron” Jafari has been forced to reevaluate how they feel about their favorite YouTuber. Read more...

Breath of the Wild Speedrunner Gets Minutes Away From World Record, Watches Game Freeze

The race to rush through Breath of the Wild has produced blistering speedruns. A run on track for a new world record came to a sudden end yesterday due to a deadly foe: technical issues. Read more...

Own The Entire Legend of Korra Series For $30

Legend of Korra was one of the best shows on TV during its time, let alone one of the best anime series, and you can own all four seasons on Blu-ray for just $30, courtesy of Amazon. Read more...

Ancient Folks, Looking Cool

Kellen Pocock is an illustrator and designer based in California. Read more...

For Honor's New Emotes Are Way Too Expensive

For Honor’s all about deadly duels and flashy sword fights. Oh, and micro-transactions. With the release of new emotes, some fans are less than pleased with their high price. Read more...

EVE Online's Election Season Is Underway

Eve Online’s New Eden is currently wrapping up its annual Council of Stellar Management (CSM) election cycle. The CSM is a real-world democratically elected congress. Born out of conflict in EVE’s world, the CSM is made up of popular streamers, creators of EVE-specific tools, and members of the game’s biggest groups.… Read more...

Nier: Automata's Protagonist Would Look At Home On Japan's Most Fashionable Street

Nier: Automata takes place in Earth’s far, far future, in which an android named 2B defends the planet from aliens. But she’s also dressed like a girl on Harajuku street, a street in Shibuya famous for its quirky street style. Read more...

The Signal from Tolva Is Basically Far Cry With Robots

The Signal from Tolva is an open world exploration game all about commanding robot buddies and scavenging on a distant planet. It’s pretty rad. We sat down to play alongside designer Jim Rossingnol to learn more about the game and blow up bots. Read more...

Sonic Forces Looks Like A Promising Modern Sonic Game 

It is important, in 2017, to stay skeptical of any and all Sonic the Hedgehog video games. But Sonic Forces, which will be out later this year, looks promising for people who miss old-school speeding from the coolest hot-dog-devouring hedgehog on the planet. Read more...

How To Build An Airship In Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Move over, Final Fantasy—the newest Zelda has its own airship, and it won’t kill you every time you try to land. The only catch is that you have to build it yourself. Read more...

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