Tag: Kotaku

  • Unity signs multi-million dollar contract to help US military and defense agencies

    Image: Kotaku / Unit Popular video game engine Unity has had a lot of bad press over the past year, the result of things like large-scale layoffs and some really terrible comments from its CEO. Today, the trend continues, as it was recently announced that the company has signed a new three-year, multimillion-dollar contract with […]

  • Half-Life 2 will soon be playable in VR

    After years of development and loads of ups and downs along the way, the developers of a virtual reality mod for the original Half Life 2 announced a public beta that will begin next month. Half Life 2: VR has been in development for so long that it was originally part of Steam’s Greenlight program […]

  • Half-Life 2 will soon be playable in VR

    After years of development and loads of ups and downs along the way, the developers of a virtual reality mod for the original Half Life 2 announced a public beta that will begin next month. Half Life 2: VR has been in development for so long that it was originally part of Steam’s Greenlight program […]

  • A very bad forgotten publicity is completely fried

    Image: Square-Enix Earlier this week, the marketing team behind Square Enix’s next action game Speak posted a Tweet with some selling points and a short gameplay video. This should have been a very normal and forgettable exercise in promoting video games, but readers, I’m here to tell you that this video is wrong. Before going […]

  • Activision pulls cute but stolen Call Of Duty skin and apologizes for ‘misstep’

    Image: Linen Veil / Activision Call of Duty, the first-person shooter once based on historical events, is getting a very ahistorical skin after a concept artist accused the game’s publisher of plagiarizing one of its designs. Hilarious and cute, the new skin featured an anthropomorphized Samoyed doggo, armed and ready to murder everyone. Called “Loyal […]

  • The PS Plus library keeps growing and forgetting the classics

    Screenshot: Sega After a relaunch in June, Sony’s PS Plus subscription now provides access to a library of on-demand games (well, if you pay for one of the two more expensive tiers). Like Microsoft competing Xbox Game Pass servicePS Plus is starting to see a steady addition of more games on a monthly basis – […]

  • Splatoon 3’s best new feature is a shoe store run by a hairy lobster crab

    Screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku You don’t have to be a Splatoon aficionado of being able to recognize the good. Mr. Coco, a huge crab who wears a wife beater and runs a shoe store, is pure goodness. It’s just plain good. The store is called Crush Station, and it doesn’t make sense on any level. […]

  • Spider-Man Remastered’s PC port is a smash hit

    Sony announcing plans to release first-party PC games came as a shock to the system. Not because the idea of ​​seeing a God of the war on Steam was weird – this phenomenon had happened before – but due to the company’s desire to really push publishing efforts on the platform, moving from a few […]

  • Tokyo stories look very cool

    BitSummit, the main indie game event in Japantook place over the weekend in Kyoto, and among the games featured was one called Stories from Tokyo who has really caught my attention. Developed by Drecom, which normally makes games for phones, it’s a moody adventure game set in Tokyo where, cryptically, “The city continues to tell […]

  • Tokyo stories look very cool

    BitSummit, the biggest indie game event in Japantook place over the weekend in Kyoto, and among the games featured was one called Stories from Tokyo who has really caught my attention. Developed by Drecom, which normally makes games for phones, it’s a moody adventure game set in Tokyo where, cryptically, “The city continues to tell […]

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