Nathan Grayson
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Kotaku reporter. Beats: Twitch, PC gaming, Overwatch.
10/28/19
8:45 PM
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Death Trash is a post-apocalyptic action-RPG set in an intriguing world. And by intriguing, I mean kinda gross. There are fleshworms, fleshkraken, and locations with names like the Puke Bar. But the game seems intent on marrying gross-out pulp appeal with smart design and player freedom; you can exit dialogue whenever

10/24/19
6:50 PM
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Destiny 2 is getting an update that will improve accessibility for subtitles. Later this month, you’ll have five different sizes and a multitude of colors and background styles to choose from. The goal, said Bungie, is to make Destiny’s UI “accessible to the widest range of possible players as we can.”

10/22/19
8:45 PM
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ArtFormer is a Prince of Persia-inspired action-platformer about the history of art. Each section of the game is in a completely different style, beginning with cave drawings and then progressing into Egyptian papyrus, Greek pottery, and Roman mosaics. They each come with their own stories and themes, too. It’ll be

10/21/19
8:45 PM
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Unpacking is a puzzle game about moving your possessions into a new home. And by “your,” I mean “somebody else’s.” By unpacking and arranging objects—all of which click and clack oh-so-satisfyingly—you’ll gain “a sense of intimacy with a character you never see and a story you’re never told.” I, personally, was not a