We spend all dang day culling cool things from the internet, so trust us when we say that this is one of the most amazing digital creations we've ever seen.
Not to be sensationalist, but we're totally fucking fucked.
An early backer of the controversial space game "Star Citizen" wanted his money back, so he took it to small claims court, and lost.
This excellently produced short manages to skewer both the insanity that is developers selling "early access" to their unfinished video games and the wild costumes from the "Matrix" movies.
This is dumb. But if it were still 2003, we would think these guys are geniuses.
Unlike most controllers, where the face buttons are given roughly equal placement, the Gamecube's A button is planted squarely in the middle, a giant green star that the other, smaller buttons seem to orbit around.
Looking for connections in 2018.
It's a major concern when Nintendo will soon charge for online play.
Steam Workshop support for Final Fantasy XV has created some great costume creation opportunities, but this "1997 Retro Noctis Outfit" takes the cake.
We take another look at how people find ways to play games everywhere
I am not showing you my receipts. We're not here to talk about me. We're here to talk about the hundreds of thousands of people dumping their money into the mobile rhythm-game industry. I just happen to be one of them.
Redditor David-me's attempt to shut down KotakuInAction and subsequent mea culpa post is a prominent admission from one of Gamergate's own about the toxicity of the movement.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: How "Fortnite" achieved insane amounts of success, why getting laid off still feels personal and what is causing the decline of the middle child.
The unused feature has been hidden in "Animal Crossing" for nearly two decades.
When world leaders call for innovative solutions to pressing problems, we can only assume this is what they are referring to.
And all you need to be able to do this is a deck of cards and the ability to count to 21.
Since it launched in July of last year, "Fortnite" has risen to become the most important video game currently in existence — obsessed over by rappers and athletes, hotly debated in high-school cafeterias, and played by 125 million people.
Gold-colored, Japan-only, and devoted to Shonen manga games like Dragon Ball.
Somehow we're now one week into an ongoing discussion in the esports scene about when it is or is not okay to use slurs in the heat of anger. I wouldn't think this would be that complicated.
Video games aren't replacing traditional ways of playing with the toy, but they're providing new twists on Lego's ethos: the ability for children to be creative in their play.
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