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The Witcher 3 vs Studio Ghibli

The Witcher 3's final (and biggest) expansion, Blood & Wine, is now out. If you need me for the next month, that’s where I’ll be. To celebrate, here’s a Studio Ghibli-inspired crossover piece by Lap Pun Cheung, who is very good at this sort of thing. Read more...

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Cheats

Looking for The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine cheats on PC, PS4 & Xbox One? Here we’ll list The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine cheat codes and unlockables with tips for CD Projekt RED’s new action-RPG game. Here we will show you how to unlock all The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine codes with a...

Here's Some Benchmarks For The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070

NVIDIA might be crowing about how their GeForce GTX 1080 is the new king of graphics cards, but for many gamers their interest lies more in the smaller Pascal sibling — the GTX 1070. We don’t have an Australian price or release date yet. But after spending just over an hour with the card, I have something that’s equally useful: benchmarks. More »      

Seattle, Recreated Almost Perfectly In Cities: Skylines

As I’ve said, Cities Skylines has its flaws as a city management game, but as a toy to build stuff with, it’s in a league of its own. As we see here, with inthoughtwelive’s near-perfect recreation of Seattle. Read more...

Prisma is a platformer with hints of Ikaruga

As part of the MomoCon Indie Game Award Showcase, three finalists were chosen for a specific "local developer" award, and one of them really stood out to me. Prisma might look like an endless runner at first glance, but it's actually a fun little platformer with some familiar, but well executed, elements. Read more...

While You Were Sleeping

No More Heroes And MadWorld Are Delightfully Cringeworthy Yes they are. The New Gran Turismo Won’t Have Dynamic Weather Either I honestly don’t mind this sort of thing. This Might Explain The Big Change In Captain America Now OK. What Do Those Different Game Audio Options Actually Do? Helpful! NVIDIA’s PC Gaming Business Doubled In Three Years Good numbers. More »      

New Worlds Adrift Trailer Shows Beautiful User-Created Islands

If Minecraft was any indication of how successful an open-world game is, then you know the upcoming Worlds Adrift?s user-created content is no different. And in the most recent trailer, you can see what kinds of things users can create in the vast world of the game. Click To Continue Reading

Doom's composer explains how they created its hellish feel

Seeing sound teams work their magic is a thing of beauty. I've had the good fortune of seeing sound-proof rooms at work at a few studios, and the things they use for inspiration are pretty unreal at times. That also applies to the composer...Show More Summary

Doom: How to Find All 13 Classic Maps

One of Doom’s many nostalgic secrets are its classic maps, a collection of levels from Doom 1 and Doom 2 that can only be accessed by finding a series of levers and hidden doors throughout the campaign. Each mission has one lever and...Show More Summary

Here's Why Fans In Hong Kong Are Protesting Against Pokemon

In the United States, we all know Pikachu by his famous name, and in Hong Kong, it was the same idea that those in China knew Pikachu by a certain name. But with the upcoming Pokemon Sun and Moon releases, Pikachu?s name has been changed in China and people aren?t happy. Click To Continue Reading

This Major Uncharted 4 Bug Does Something Really Strange, See The Video

Bugs; every game is bound to have them no matter how smooth development may have gone or how meticulous developer seem to be, combing over and over to eliminate the ones they can find. And for this Uncharted 4 bug, things got pretty weird.Click To Continue Reading

Review: The Banner Saga 2

Few games have left an impression on me like The Banner Saga. Most games finish with a bang, a giant climax where evil is vanquished, peace is returned, and victory is savored. But Banner Saga, with its tale of weary viking nomads trudging across a shattered and broken world, all presented with a stunning Don Bluth-style animation, didn’t do that. Show More Summary

Creating a Legend: The Inside Story of The Last Guardian

IGN visits Japan Studio to chat with Fumito Ueda about his long-anticipated project.

Pro Photographer's Uncharted 4 Screenshots Are Fantastic

I’ve taken nice shots in Uncharted 4's photo mode, you’ve probably taken some too, but professional real world photographer Ray Soemarsono has us all beat with these incredible images. Read more...

Well, fine folks of Kotaku, that’s all from us.

Well, fine folks of Kotaku, that’s all from us. Thanks so much for letting us entertain you over the long weekend. If YOU ever feel the need to write about gaming, cartoons, snacks or more you can always come hang with us over at the reader-run Talk Amongst Yourselves blog. Sayonara! - Ben and Narelle Read more...

Hate the games, not the players

Imagine that you are lead strategist for the Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump campaign (take your pick). Your job is to maximize voter turnout in November. You hypothesize that more people would vote if doing so were fun. If your campaign could turn rallies and voting into a game, you’d drive more people to the polls, right? Not exactly. Read More

'Make a Good Mega Man Level Contest' fan game has 26 levels

Sprites Inc recently had a Mega Man level creation contest, and the fruits of their labor are now available for everyone to play by way of a fan game. Dubbed Make a Good Mega Man Level Contest [The Game], there's 26 levels in tow toShow More Summary

Agony is a first-person survival horror set in hell

Agony is the first game from newly-founded studio Madmind. Agony is a first-person survival horror set in hell Madmind is a new development studio established earlier this year in Poland by industry veterans with credits in big games like The Witcher 3, The Division, Enemy Front, and others. The studio’s first game is a first-person […]

Watch PlayStation's E3 2016 event in a movie theater

It's almost E3 time, and that means something big for theater-going PlayStation fans: Sony's PlayStation E3 Experience is back. This year, you can watch the company's gaming presentation on June 13th at over 85 theaters in not only North America, but Latin America as well. Show More Summary

Kotaku ‘Shop Contest: Vantendo Special Edition: Winners!

Nintendo and Vans may have teamed up to produce some special gaming-themed shoes , but none of them can hold a candle to the monstrosities fresh new designs our readers came up with. Read more...

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