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Amazon Prime’s Free Games For November Are Shockingly Good, Again


Amazon has been giving away free games as part of its paid Prime membership for a while now, but they’ve rarely been this good. After a powerhouse lineup last month, the service is doubling down in November with nine more, and just in time for Tomb Raider’s birthday.Read more

Behold The Strange And Wondrous Aliens Of Guardians Of The Galaxy


So, it turns out that Guardians of the Galaxy is very, very good! Don’t let Square Enix’s previous Marvel game, the online mess that is Avengers, scare you away from checking out this new, single-player adventure starring the galaxy’s most dysfunctional found family. Not only is it a blast to play...

Genshin Impact's Strongest Character To Make Comeback


The Pyro-element characters in Genshin Impact are known to be high-damage dealers, but Hu Tao is an anomaly among them. She’s an ideal damage dealer for those who don’t mind her risky playstyle. More importantly, she’s only available through gacha pulls for a very limited window of time, which...

Dr. Dre Is Making Music For An Upcoming GTA Game, Says Snoop Dogg


Rockstar Games recently revealed Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition, which launches digitally next month and hits store shelves in December. Alongside this high-profile return to the franchise’s past, though, the developer is presumably still working on its future....

Murder House Is Everything Terrifying About Low-Poly Horror


What’s more frightening: a near-photorealistic video game killer pursuing you with perfectly motion-captured movements, or a silent, meathook-wielding Easter bunny with vague features and primitive textures, chasing you with a jerky, hand-animated gait? If you answered the latter, then...

For $24,000, You Can Buy Tecmo Koei Gold Coins


Kou Shibusawa isn’t only one of Koei’s founders, he is also a game creator, a producer, and a brand name. As part of Koei Tecmo’s celebration of 40 years of the Kou Shibusawa banner, the company is offering some expensive gold coins. Interested?Read more

Nintendo Releases Surprise Metroid Dread Demo


Most people who have played Metroid Dread say the game is very good, but what if you are not one of those people, and for whatever reason do not trust those people? Well, now you can simply download part of the game for free and try it for yourself.Read more

Lost Judgment: The Kotaku Review


I loved Judgment, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio’s 2018 spinoff from the Yakuza series. Arriving just as the main games were getting ready to go through the biggest changes in their long-running history, along came a lawyer and his himbo best friend to keep some beloved old Yakuza fundamentals alive.Read more

Star Ocean Is Back And It Looks Kinda Like Monster Hunter


At long last, Square Enix’s interstellar JRPG series Star Ocean is back. Star Ocean: The Divine Force is set to launch on PS4 and PS5 in 2022, the company revealed during today’s PlayStation State of Play livestream.Read more

Death's Door Opens On PlayStation And Switch Next Month


Announced today via Sony’s State of PlayStation event and on Twitter via Devolver Digital, Acid Nerve’s acclaimed dungeon crawler Death’s Door makes the jump from PC and Xbox to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on November 23. Read more

Deathverse Is A Surprise Follow-Up To Suda's Let It Die


In 2016, Goichi Suda’s Grasshopper Manufacture and Supertrick Games released Let It Die, a roguelike that had players climbing up a tower killing everything in their paths. Today, Sony announced a surprise successor to the game, only this time it’s a multiplayer “survival action game,” instead.Read...

Call Of Duty’s Ridiculous Donnie Darko Crossover Is Kinda Funny, Kinda Sad


Suffice to say, video game crossovers can be pretty bogus outside of the Super Smash Bros. series. But putting Donnie Darko stuff in Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War takes the cake. This might be the single most ridiculous mash-up I’ve ever seen. The whole thing is so stupid that...

Darkest Dungeon II Tries Something New, And It Mostly Works


Darkest Dungeon II is nothing if not evocative—a positive quirk it shares with the first game. When my party reaches the Mountain at its heart, they are brought low. This place has haunted their dreams for weeks—a different configuration for each of them.Read more

Genshin Impact’s New Event Is A Surprisingly Great Roguelike


Genshin Impact was definitely not a game in which I expected to find great roguelike gameplay. Its open world design (which was frequently compared to Breath of the Wild at launch) seemed antithetical to the restrictive conditions of an interesting roguelike. I’m glad to find that I was very, very...

Tier List: The Best Goths in Video Games


With Halloween right around the corner, it’s the perfect time for us to immerse ourselves in the signature styles of video gaming’s greatest and most fashionable goths, as well as those whose fashion sense makes them goth-adjacent.Read more

That Dark Souls III Twitch Streamer's Bananas Single-Button Run, Explained


Earlier this week, Twitch streamer Dylan “Rudeism” Beck blew our minds by beating Dark Souls III using a single-button setup to hammer out Morse code. It’s an impressive feat to be sure and one that also touches on something Rudeism is quite passionate about: accessibility in games.Read more

Hot Wheels Unleashed Devs On Making 2021's Most Surprising Racing Game


Italian studio Milestone is known for racing sims. MotoGP, MXGP, Ride, the World Rally Championship series—that’s all Milestone. Hot Wheels Unleashed, the surprise hit arcade racer featuring Mattel’s iconic toy cars racing through physics-defying loops and making heart-stopping jumps, is about...

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