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Red Dead Online's Newest Mode Feels Like The Wild West Red Dead Online's Newest Mode Feels Like The Wild West

In the past few weeks, Rockstar has added three new PVP modes to Red Dead Online. Two of these modes aren’t that interesting, but one, featuring horses and shotguns, is a great use of Red Dead Online’s wild west setting.

The Week In Games: If You Ain't Outta Control, You Ain't-A Bandicoot The Week In Games: If You Ain't Outta Control, You Ain't-A Bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot and his crew are racing on to consoles soon when Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled releases later this week. Just remember: Speed kills, but you can always respawn.

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Lightsabers In Video Games Are Too Weak Lightsabers In Video Games Are Too Weak

At E3 this past week we saw a good amount of gameplay from the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the new game from Apex Legends developers Respawn Entertainment. The game looks good and I’m excited to see characters like Saw Gerrera appear. But it has the problem that so many other Star Wars games featuring…

'Shop Contest: Keanu Reeves 'Shop Contest: Keanu Reeves

This isn’t the most surprising contest, I know. But look, what else was I going to do? The internet loves Keanu Reeves and he just appeared at E3 this past week. Let’s honor Mr. Theodore Wick Neo himself and add him to more video games. The world needs more Keanu.

Memory Card Icons Were Rad Memory Card Icons Were Rad

Memory cards are already a strange and soon to be forgotten artifact from gaming’s past. How many kids growing up with consoles that include hard drives will remember or care about memory cards in a few years? Probably very few. But I bet even less will remember what strange things could be found on old memory cards.…

Sunday Comics: I'm Just Looking Sunday Comics: I'm Just Looking

Hello! It’s time for Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon.

The Clever Ways Game Developers Reuse Assets, Like Turning A Tank Into A Destiny Boss The Clever Ways Game Developers Reuse Assets, Like Turning A Tank Into A Destiny Boss

Xavier Nelson Jr. is a writer and game developer, famous for his work on games like Hypnospace Outlaw. He recently asked devs and fans on Twitter to share different ways games have reused assets. The resulting replies are filled with some amazingly creative and ingenious asset recycling.

'Shop Contest: E3 2019, Winners! 'Shop Contest: E3 2019, Winners!

Last week was E3 2019 and to celebrate that giant convention of trailers and teasers I asked you wonderful people to create some E3 announcements of your own. Things got a bit...strange.

Some LEGO Star Wars Fans Want More Grunting Some LEGO Star Wars Fans Want More Grunting

At E3 this past week, WB Games and TT Games revealed the latest and possibly biggest entry in the popular LEGO Star Wars franchise. LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is coming out next year and will be based on all nine films, including the upcoming Star Wars Rise Of Skywalker. But if you check out fan reaction to…

A Wii U Party Game For Kids Included A Story Mode About A Dead Father And His Ghost

Hundreds of crappy party games were developed and published for the Wii and Wii U back in the day. They were usually cheap, not as good as Wii Sports and quickly forgotten. But one of those games, Game Party Champions, included something very strange. A personal story about a child dealing with the loss of their…

Vespiquen Makes Its Kids Do All The Work Vespiquen Makes Its Kids Do All The Work

Every Pokemon is interesting and worth talking about. I don’t play a ton of Pokemon, but I do enjoy the universe and I love learning more about the creatures in it. So, Here’s Another Pokemon! It’s Vespiquen!

Have You Called A Plumber To Your Home Lately? Have You Called A Plumber To Your Home Lately?

Hello! Today we meet Andre 3000, finally get our canvas bags, look at some bad wigs and play 20 questions with Jonathan Frakes. It’s Morning Checkpoint!

The Week In Games: Convoy! The Week In Games: Convoy!

Weird. Not much coming out this week. It is almost like some giant gaming event is sucking away everyone’s attention. Hmmm... Weird.

We Need More Star Wars Games Like Revenge Of The Sith We Need More Star Wars Games Like Revenge Of The Sith

Today, Star Wars games are usually very serious and dedicated to authenticity. Nearly all Star Wars game released these days are also canon, connecting to other comics, movies, books, and TV shows. Which is cool, I love modern Star Wars. But I can’t help but miss the days when we got games that were less focused on…

'Shop Contest: E3 2019 'Shop Contest: E3 2019

It’s that time of the year when we all gather around a computer screen or television and watch trailers and teasers. Surprises! Disappointments! Boring executives! Montages! Let’s have some E3 themed fun this week.

Fans Find Huge List Of New Games Coming To Xbox One And PC Game Pass Fans Find Huge List Of New Games Coming To Xbox One And PC Game Pass

It seems Microsoft has released some E3 news a bit early. Fans have found a large list of games that are now available to play via Game Pass, ahead of an official announcement later today at their E3 Media Briefing.

Sunday Comics: I Hate Meetings... Sunday Comics: I Hate Meetings...

Hello! It’s time for Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon.

EA Announces Three New Games From Smaller Studios EA Announces Three New Games From Smaller Studios

At EA Play 2019 the large publisher revealed three new games that they are releasing under their EA Originals label. The three games are being developed by smaller studios. A Way Out developers Hazelight, Zoink! developers of Fe and Glowmade are all making games for EA Originals.

JRPG Publisher Removes Producer From New Game's Credits Because She Left The Company [Update] JRPG Publisher Removes Producer From New Game's Credits Because She Left The Company [Update]

Brittany Avery worked at Xseed, a US studio that specializes in localizing and publishing JRPGS, for seven years as a production coordinator and then localization producer before leaving the company. Recently she discovered that her name had been removed from the credits on a game she worked on. In response to the…

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