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Link is a playable character in Mario Kart 8 with the "Legend of Zelda X Mario Kart 8" DLC pack, due out in the UK in November for £7. We're contacting Nintendo of America for more information about a stateside release. The pack includes Tanooki Mario, Cat Peach and Link as new playable characters...
This November's role-playing game Dragon Age: Inquisition will be the first entry in the core series to offer multiplayer, developer BioWare confirmed today through IGN. Dragon Age: Inquisition will feature a cooperative multiplayer mode for up to four players, and though it may share some...
Amazon bought Twitch for $970 million on Monday, a surprise acquisition after the rumor that Google was pursuing Twitch for a similar sum. It’s tough to predict how the purchase will change how we broadcast and spectate PC games, or how Amazon will fold the world’s biggest livestreaming service...
Last week we gave you our review of Metro 2033 Redux, but today you can judge the graphical differences firsthand. We decided to throw both the original game and the Redux version to our irresponsibly large computer, the Large Pixel Collider, to scrutinize 4A Games' remastered environments...
This review covers the latest episode in an ongoing season, and may contain spoilers. Players of Telltale's The Walking Dead have offered a singular, echoing criticism throughout its first and second seasons: "My choices don't matter." Detractors claim that the story is set in concrete and only the...
I cheated in episode five of The Walking Dead Season 2. Not with a code or a hack that lets Clementine and all of her friends live happily ever after. But I did cheat, or do something that feels like cheating, to me: after finishing episode five, I went back to two moments and did things...
The best and worst BioWare companions PG 09:00AM PDT Aug 26, 2014
With a new Dragon Age on the way, we've been reminiscing about our favourite, and least favourite, BioWare companions. Interesting buddies, and sometimes enemies, have been a staple of BioWare games since Baldur's Gate, and the studio is famous for creating people you actually care about.
Image credit: Kotaku Today during a special broadcast, The Pokemon Company announced "Pokken Tournament," a new fighting game based on the popular series. This is the game that the company teased last week, saying it would represent a "shocking" announcement. Are you shocked?
The Pokémon Company has announced Pokkén Fighters, a 3D Tekken-style fighting game for Japanese arcades. The title is being developed at Bandai Namco under the stoic gaze of Tekken boss Katsuhiro Harada. Bandai Namco is already working with Nintendo on the forthcoming 3DS and Wii U versions of...
The Crew has artificial 30fps lock on PC EG 06:22AM PDT Aug 26, 2014
The closed beta for the PC version of promising racing game The Crew is up and running, and players have expressed their surprise at the discovery of an artificial 30 frames per second lock. "SeemsLegit.jpg" took to Ubisoft's forum to complain about the frame-rate of the PC version, and revealed...
Sega announces Yakuza 0 for PS4 and PS3 EG 05:18AM PDT Aug 26, 2014
While we westerners wait for Sega to release crime action game Yakuza 5 on these shores, the company has gone and announced the next game in the series. Yakuza 0 is set in December 1988 Kamurocho, Tokyo, and Soutenbori, Osaka, according to Japanese magazine Famitsu (via Gematsu).
At 10 million units sold in nine months, Sony's PlayStation 4 has gotten off to a red hot start, outpacing Microsoft's Xbox One and even Sony's own expectations. But why is the console selling so well? Even Sony's worldwide studios president Shuhei Yoshida doesn't have a definitive answer.
Normally when we're stunned into silence by a game engine, it's because its creators have rendered an impossibly complex sci-fi setting. At the very least, it's a really wrinkled old man's face. This, to my memory, is the first time it's happened because of a chair.
The studio said in a blog post that game discs are being pressed and packed into crates ahead of the Destiny release date of September 9 on PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. "Destiny is done, in some respects. Even now, so close to the end, it still feels like we're just getting started.
When NBA 2k14 released for PC last year it was based on the last-gen (ie PS3 and Xbox 360) versions of the game. Thankfully, this year's PC port will switch to the PS4/Xbox One engine, as otherwise the outrage would have caused whole websites to implode, leaving only sadface emoticons and ASCII...