In the wake of yesterday’s news that Rockstar has bumped Red Dead Redemption 2 to 2018, you may be wondering: why do so many video games get delayed?
It is May 23, 2017, and somebody just released a video game for the Wii U. Congratulations to the publisher THQ Nordic for this impressive accomplishment, and congratulations to Darksiders Warmastered Edition for coming to the Wii U today.
Take-Two Interactive, the publisher behind 2K and Rockstar, won’t have much at E3 this year. In 2016, 2K had a huge booth on the show floor recreating a Louisiana street to promote Mafia III; this year, Take-Two says it won’t be showing any new games. With Red Dead 2 delayed, all Take-Two has coming in 2017 is NBA…
If you had “spring 2018" in the Red Dead Redemption 2 delay pool, congratulations. Rockstar announced today that the highly anticipated western game will not make it this year after all.
Last week, I got an e-mail from a reader named Ben. “I was just wondering if you and your team had any advice for first timers that are heading to E3 this year since it’s opened to the public now,” Ben wrote. “Any Do’s and Don’ts? Do they give out tons of swag? Any tips would be greatly appreciated! I’m super excited…
One of Prey’s biggest strengths is how it realizes the inhabitants of the space station Talos-1, and on today’s Kotaku Splitscreen, we talk to the man responsible for many of them: Chris Avellone.
Did you really think we would let this week go by without a special bonus episode of Destiny fancast Kotaku Splitscreen?
After yesterday’s big info blowout on Destiny 2, a video game that’s sort of like Destiny except with a 2, most fans are probably wondering: what does a lengthy gameplay session really look like? This footage of one of the game’s strikes, captured by YouTuber GhostRobo at the Activision event in Los Angeles, will help…
Destiny 2 is coming to PC, and as you may expect, this version will give you far more of those sweet, sweet frames than the PS4 and Xbox One versions. It’ll also run on Blizzard’s Battle.net rather than Steam or another PC distribution service, which is an interesting choice.
Today at an event in Los Angeles, Bungie gave us our first look at Destiny 2, a video game about the crazy antics of Peter Dinklage. It’ll be out on September 8 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
It is time, finally, for us to get a proper look at Destiny 2, a video game in which players travel through space, talking about how much more they liked Destiny 1.
The ARMS Nintendo Direct is starting at 6pm Eastern. You can watch right here.
Following a lengthy delay, the next South Park game will now be out on October 17, 2017. The Fractured But Whole is a sequel to 2014's Stick of Truth, although this game is developed by publisher Ubisoft’s internal San Francisco studio rather than Obsidian Entertainment. It looks very, very dumb and also very, very…
Three years ago, a handful of leaked design documents revealed an early version of Arkane Austin’s vision for Prey, which was then code-named Project Danielle. It’s fascinating to see how much has changed since then.
Today is Ubisoft’s annual earnings report, which means it’s time for a big update on what the French publisher will release over the next year. Ubisoft is promising four big games: Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, The Crew, and South Park.
Natsume today announced Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, coming to Switch, PS4, and PC. This’ll be the first Harvest Moon game on PC, although as you may remember, it’s not really a Harvest Moon game. The real Harvest Moon is now called Story of Seasons.
There will be a Nintendo Direct tomorrow at 6pm Eastern, “exclusively focused on ARMS.” Nintendo adds that there’ll be a Splatoon 2 trailer at the end of the presentation. We’re not getting our hopes up for surprises this time.
We’re rapidly approaching the end of Destiny, a video game in which players must travel through space, finding dumb ways to entertain themselves. And now a team of raiders has done the dumbest, most impressive thing yet: beating every raid boss, challenge modes activated, without firing a single gun. Oh, and nobody…
We’re four weeks away from E3, when we’ll all gather on the internet for that barrage of endorphins that can only come from live video game press conferences full of gun shooting, cars, and more gun shooting. The show will start on a Saturday this year, thanks to the early risers at Electronic Arts. Let’s break down…