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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...

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

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

Before You Start: Tips For Playing Guardians Of The Galaxy

Square Enix’s Guardians of the Galaxy is out today, and considering how surprisingly good the game is, a lot more of you will probably be playing it than originally intended. The galaxy is a large and sometimes confusing place, especially when you’re guarding it. Don’t worry, we’ve prepared some...

Players Have A Ton Of Complaints About Nintendo Switch Online’s N64 Games

Nintendo 64 games finally became officially playable on Nintendo Switch Online last night and they run...less than stellar. Almost immediately, social media started filling up with examples of technical shortcomings, emulation woes, and button layouts that prove there is no god. It once again calls...

Metroid Dread Speedrunners Are Beating The Game In 90 Minutes Flat

There comes a time in every game’s life-cycle when speedrunners crack the code, and a baseline time against which to compete reveals itself. Now that we’re a few weeks removed from the release of Metroid Dread, such a benchmark has crystallized: The game’s fastest players are racing from start...

15 Hellbending Minutes With Guardians Of The Galaxy

If you’ve read our review, then you know I think Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a damn good time. If you’re not convinced, here’s 15 minutes of spoiler-free gameplay featuring Star-Lord, Drax, Gamora, Rocket, and Groot making a daring escape from the fortress of Lady Hellbender, the Monster...

Final Fantasy XIV Has Many Mounts, But Only One Sneezes

The hype for Endwalker’s impending launch recently pushed me back into the arms of Final Fantasy XIV. Instead of doing the smart thing and working my way through the massively multiplayer role-playing game’s litany of main story quests so I’d be caught up in time for the expansion’s November...

You’re Probably Not Actually Stuck In Metroid Dread

Maybe you’ve been playing Metroid Dread since it hit Nintendo Switch on October 8, but put it down out of frustration from being stuck in the dang game. Or is that just me? Good news: you’re not actually stuck. It’s just easy to not realize what blocks are destroyable while you’re exploring.Read...

What Happens When AI Tries To Review A Video Game

It’s a comment I’ve seen hundreds of times, or variations of throughout my time here at Kotaku: internet complaints about the quality of reviews. “A bot can do better than this,” some would cry. So let’s put that to the test.Read more

Ubisoft Brings Back Might and Magic Game They Shut Down In July

In June, Ubisoft took down some DRM servers that accidentally broke Might & Magic X - Legacy, to the point where the game had to be removed from shopfronts. A few months later, and probably after some folks had long assumed the game was simply dead, it’s back.Read more

Scrapped Tomb Raider Survival Horror Game Looks Legit Creepy

It’s kind of serendipitous that Square Enix is celebrating Tomb Raider’s 25th anniversary in October. Just in time for Halloween, likely unintentionally honoring the spooky season, the publisher has unveiled early development footage of a canceled Lara Croft adventure that saw the British explorer...

Rampaging Link Fights A Lynel, Guardian, And Hynox At Once In BotW

Have you ever wanted to see a young, blonde twink have a no-good, very bad day? Then boy do I have the game and video for you, as someone has managed to get Link to fight a Hynox, Lynel, and multiple Guardians, at the same time in Breath of the Wild. This, to me, sounds like a terribly stressful...

The Best (Not Scary) Games To Play This Halloween Season

Halloween is here and while you may enjoy this holiday, you might not be as into scary horror games as others. You aren’t alone! Horror games can be incredibly intense, even for those who love a good scary movie. But maybe you still want to enjoy some games on Halloween, just without all the jump...

Nintendo Apologizes For Metroid Dread Bug And Promises An Update

Near the end of Metroid Dread, some players are getting an error message that reads, “The software was closed because an error occurred.” The error prevents the player from proceeding, because the game goes into forced shutdown. “A bug has been found in #MetroidDread that can prevent players from...

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