Nathan Grayson
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Kotaku reporter. Beats: Twitch, PC gaming, Overwatch.
10/3/19
9:15 PM
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Teardown is a heist game where everything is destructible. Levels unfold in two phases: First, you bust up the level and build makeshift structures to create the most efficient pathway between objectives possible. Then you swipe an item and race against the clock to collect all the rest before security shows up.

9/29/19
9:25 PM
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“You can ruffle your feathers at people. It’s fucking great. I love that game! Who plays Goose Game?” Blink 182 bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus bellowed to a cheering crowd at last night’s TwitchCon party. The band headlined the party, which was open to all attendees and took place in a stadium in San Diego. It was

9/29/19
6:40 PM
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Tucked away in the furthest back corner of TwitchCon, there’s a Blockbuster booth. Yes that Blockbuster: the mostly-defunct video rental store. What is this ode to entertainment’s now-distant past doing at a convention dedicated to the cutting edge of its present? Advertising an officially-licensed Blockbuster board

9/27/19
7:15 PM
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Twitchcon’s show floor is notably lacking in video games. This makes sense; game makers have far less to gain from being at a show where most people are here to see streamers, not play games. In previous years, that didn’t stop a fair number of video game companies from having presences. This year, however, it’s

9/26/19
4:50 PM
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Earlier this month, Bastion, Transistor, Pyre, and Hades developer Supergiant Games put on an orchestrated concert to celebrate its tenth anniversary. You can watch it in its entirety now. It features songs from all the games’ soundtracks and is really just an immensely good performance, with some magnificent vocal