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Jun 12, 2020. 21 comments

Resident Evil 8: Village Announced By Capcom

Resident Evil 8: Village Announced By Capcom

Look who showed up towards the end of Sony’s PlayStation 5 reveal. Why it’s Resident Evil 8, coming in 2021.

Or do we call it Resident Evil: Village, to match up with the rumored title that’s been circulating for months leading up to the official reveal? How about we split the difference and call it Resident Evil 8: Village?

Update 6:05 PM: Capcom officially calls the game Resident Evil...

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Jun 11, 2020. 9 comments

Racist Spam Bots Are Running Rampant In Team Fortress 2

Racist Spam Bots Are Running Rampant In Team Fortress 2
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If you hop into a Team Fortress 2 match right now, there’s a good chance that you’ll be greeted by some very unwelcome guests: spam bots who overwhelm chat with everything from annoying troll-speak to full-on racism. Bots of various types have been giving players fits since early this year, but they took...

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Jun 11, 2020. 6 comments

Chivalry 2 Will Allow Crossplay Between PS5, Xbox Series X, And Other Consoles

Chivalry 2 Will Allow Crossplay Between PS5, Xbox Series X, And Other Consoles

Multiplayer hack-and-slash Chivalry 2 will be coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in addition to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Epic Games Store, a new trailer revealed during IGN’s Summer of Games event. Furthermore, everyone will be able to play together no matter which platform they choose.

Chivalry 2, developed by Torn Banner Studios and published by Tripwire Interactive,...

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Jun 10, 2020. 5 comments

No Man's Sky Gets Crossplay Between PlayStation 4, Xbox One, And PC

No Man's Sky Gets Crossplay Between PlayStation 4, Xbox One, And PC

They’re going to have to change the game’s name to Everybody’s Sky, as Hello Games replaces the entire network backend of their procedurally-generated space opera No Man’s Sky to open up crossplay across all game platforms. Now PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC players will be able to explore the game’s space lanes together.

Tomorrow marks the release of the new Windows 10 version of No Man’s...

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May 01, 2020. 13 comments

How To Make Short Work Of Gears Tactics’ Frustrating First Boss

How To Make Short Work Of Gears Tactics’ Frustrating First Boss

Gears Tactics, the

don’t-call-it-an-XCOM strategy game out this week for PC, flips the long-running Gears of War series on its head. Where mainline franchise entries are all about shooting big guns and having big biceps, this game offers headier fare. Surviving the lengthy turn-based battles calls for a little bit of patience, a lot of tactical planning, and a dash of luck.

Like much of the...

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May 01, 2020. 13 comments

Slay To The Beat In Rhythm Action Shooter BPM: Bullets Per Minute

Slay To The Beat In Rhythm Action Shooter BPM: Bullets Per Minute

Coming to PC this summer and consoles this winter, BPM: Bullets Per Minute is a first-person shooter where everything happens to the beat of an epic rock opera. Shoot to the beat. Dodge to the beat. Jump to the beat. Reload to the beat.

Players progress through procedurally-generated levels as a Valkyrie defending Asgard from the forces of evil. Those evil forces move and attack in rhythmic...

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May 01, 2020. 8 comments

Moving Out, A Game About Trashing Someone's House

Moving Out, A Game About Trashing Someone's House

Moving Out is a new game out this week on PC, Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. It’s a singleplayer or co-op experience, full of wacky arm-bending and physics gags, and depending on how you’re involved with the process is also an eerily accurate simulation of the art of moving house.

Moving: The Kotaku Review

I recently left my apartment in northern California and drove a U-Haul full of my belongings...

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Apr 30, 2020. 6 comments

There Is Nothing Cathartic About This Spider-Killing Game

There Is Nothing Cathartic About This Spider-Killing Game

First-person spider hunting game Kill It With Fire is the stuff of nightmares.

Here is the premise: the player is locked in a house filled with spiders. Squeaking spiders. Spiders that hide in drawers, under the toilet seat, and beneath cushions. These are spiders that screech as they tear ass across the room from one hiding place to another.

Created by former Rooster Teeth dev Casey...

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Apr 30, 2020. 10 comments

GUN JAM Is A Shooter But Also A Music Game

GUN JAM Is A Shooter But Also A Music Game

If you have ever wondered what it’d be like if Doom met Dance Dance Revolution—and maybe you’re out there?—then GUN JAM is that pondering come to life.

It’s a first-person shooter where the gunplay is tied to the rhythm of the music, and your shots are paced accordingly. It’s being made by the same team behind

QUBE , and it’s probably easiest if you just see it in action:

No word on a release...

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Apr 30, 2020. 10 comments

XCOM's Breaching Is A Door-Kicking Revelation

XCOM's Breaching Is A Door-Kicking Revelation

XCOM: Chimera Squad isn’t your normal kinda XCOM experience, and while in some ways (reduced scale, smaller missions) that’s a bummer, in other ways—namely the new “Breach” system—it has been an absolute pleasure to play.

Nathan has played more of the game than I have,

so definitely go and check out his impressions piece if you’d like to know more about the game overall, but I just wanted to...

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Apr 30, 2020. 20 comments

Modern Warfare's Massive Updates Are Gobbling Up Players' Hard Drives

Modern Warfare's Massive Updates Are Gobbling Up Players' Hard Drives

Yesterday Call of Duty: Modern Warfare received a new update and additional data pack, adding over a dozen gigs to an already huge game and eating up ever more space on people’s console and PC harddrives. Lots of games want to be the only one you play; Modern Warfare seems to want to be the only one you can keep installed.

Based on the official patch notes, the game’s latest update didn’t...

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Apr 29, 2020. 10 comments

Streets Of Rage 4: The Kotaku Review

Streets Of Rage 4: The Kotaku Review

When Streets of Rage 4 was first announced, I was wildly skeptical. The little I saw didn’t immediately live up to expectations I’d developed for a 2D brawler series that had its last official last entry in 1994. I feel a lot better about it now. I’ve played Streets of Rage 4 for 15 hours, and, I’ve fallen in love with it.

This game is magnificent. Whether you’re a fan of the originals or a...

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Apr 28, 2020. 11 comments

Tips For Playing Gears Tactics

Tips For Playing Gears Tactics

Gears Tactics , the new strategy game out today for PC, adds some brains to the famously brawny series. Yes, you can still shoot baddies to a pulp and chainsaw Locust with abandon. But under the veneer of blood, sweat, and protein shakes, you’ll need to do some serious thinking to get through battles with your troops intact. The following tips should help you do less thinking.
Learn how the...

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Apr 28, 2020. 7 comments

Valorant Making Anti-Cheat Changes After Player Outcry

Valorant Making Anti-Cheat Changes After Player Outcry

Riot’s new shooter Valorant pissed a lot of people off recently with what was perceived as a heavy-handed approach to cheat protection. A new update to the game will make some of that easier for players to manage.

Riot Addresses Concerns Over Valorant's Always-On Anti-Cheat System

Players who install Valorant, the new first-person shooter from Riot, also add to their computer an

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Apr 27, 2020. 10 comments

Gears Tactics: The Kotaku Review

Gears Tactics: The Kotaku Review

When Gears Tactics was first announced back at E3 2018, which feels like 10 years ago, I was excited. I had never thought about it until then, but Gears of War seemed like a perfect fit for a turn-based strategy game, similar to XCOM. It turns out I was right to be excited. Gears of War, with its big dudes and scary monsters, is a perfect match for this kind of game.

There is no way to talk...

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Apr 27, 2020. 12 comments

The Week In Games: Get Tactical, Gears!

The Week In Games: Get Tactical, Gears!

The newest Gears of War game drops this week and it is different than every previous game in the franchise. Because it ain’t a cover shooter. Gears Tactics is a turn-based strategy game.

I guess technically Gears Pop!, that mobile game that came out a while back, isn’t a cover shooter either. But nobody really cares about that game. I even played it for a few weeks when it came out and I...

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Apr 25, 2020. 14 comments

The Good, The Bad, And The Annoying Of Borderlands 3’s “Revenge Of The Cartels” Event

The Good, The Bad, And The Annoying Of Borderlands 3’s “Revenge Of The Cartels” Event

It’s been less than a month since

Borderlands 3’s latest big expansion  landed with a bang, but vault hunters already have access to another brand-new playground in which they can fire 87 bazillion guns. It’s called Villa Ultraviolet. It’s drenched in neon and gaudy gold. And yes, it’s totally awesome. The only catch? It’s kind of a pain to get to it.

Yesterday’s big Borderlands 3 update...

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Apr 23, 2020. 10 comments

XCOM: Chimera Squad Adds Personality To The Series, But Feels Less Personal

XCOM: Chimera Squad Adds Personality To The Series, But Feels Less Personal

Chimera Squad is a fitting subtitle for the new XCOM game, because it’s a chimera of a game. Sure, it’s got XCOM’s turn-based tactical head on its shoulders, but it’s being ferried about on Overwatch’s body by Divinity: Original Sin 2's legs. 12 hours in, I’m still having trouble deciding if this monster of a mashup is a smart leap forward for the series or an evolutionary dead end.

If you...

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Apr 23, 2020. 13 comments

A Sci-Fi SimCity Is Exactly What I've Needed

A Sci-Fi SimCity Is Exactly What I've Needed

A lot of people’s response to the pressures of all of this has been to retreat to the sunny skies and green pastures of Animal Crossing. Which is fine to a point, but after too long I find myself getting a little tired of the idealism, and start craving something a little dirtier, a little more dystopian, but still divorced enough from our modern world that it doesn’t get a bit much.

Something...

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Apr 22, 2020. 5 comments

The Trials Of Mana Remake Proves Square Enix Can Faithfully Redo A Classic '90s RPG

The Trials Of Mana Remake Proves Square Enix Can Faithfully Redo A Classic '90s RPG

The second high-definition remake of a 90s-era Square Enix role-playing game coming out this month is much more faithful to the original than Final Fantasy VII. Beneath Trials of Mana’s cartoonish 3D makeover and questionable voice acting, it’s the same simple, satisfying action RPG it’s always been.

Trials of Mana began as Seiken Densetsu 3, the 1995 Super Famicom sequel to classic action...

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