Prior to her interview at E3 this week with Splatoon 2 producer Hisashi Nogami, Kotaku’s Cecilia D’Anastasio asked me if there was anything I wanted to know.
Nintendo kicked off the final day of Treehouse Live with a huge announcement for fans of its classic games: Two arcade games that have never been officially released on home consoles are coming to Switch’s Arcade Archives: the original Donkey Kong, which is available now, and Sky Skipper, coming in July.
Splatoon 2's Octo Expansion DLC will be available tomorrow evening, June 13, Nintendo said at E3 today. The expansion lets you play as an Octoling in multiplayer, but first, you have to make your way through a series of tricky single-player challenge levels. It’s $19.99.
Wow, that was a weird Sony press conference, huh? Started off in a standing-room-only “church,” then cut away to a long intermission while the live attendees shuffled rooms. Want to know what it was like for folks on the ground? Kotaku’s Tim Rogers will show you.
Nintendo’s E3 2018 booth is mostly full of increasingly-sweaty attendees playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but it’s also home to a veritable museum of real-life custom props drawn from Smash, and therefore from the company’s rich history of games.
One more press conference before E3 2018 begins, and it’s the wild card. Sometimes Nintendo delivers megaton after megaton, sometimes it plays its cards close to its chest. What’s this year’s Direct—which Nintendo says focuses on Switch games for 2018—got in store? Smash, at least. Watch the Nintendo Direct here or…
We’re in the thick of E3 2018's press conference bonanza and it’s time to hear from Sony. Maybe we’ll finally see gameplay for Death Stranding and get a release date for Ghost of Tsushima. Chris and I will have live commentary here for you in a few moments. You can watch the press conference here or follow along with…
Hi, it’s me; Chris Kohler. My friend and colleague Tim Rogers is off taking videos of the E3 Expo, and is far too busy to post his own videos, so the task falls to me for this first installment. Go where Tim goes and see what Tim sees in these first-person adventures.
Fox McCloud will appear in Ubisoft’s toy-based space flight action-adventure game Starlink: Battle For Atlas, the company said today. Exclusively on the game’s Nintendo Switch version, of course.
It is the year 2018 and Ubisoft is releasing Just Dance for the Wii.
Jade, the heroine of the original Beyond Good and Evil, will play a major role in the next game, Ubisoft said. Originally, Beyond Good and Evil 2 was said to take place before Jade was born, but instead a “ferocious young Jade” will appear in the game’s storyline.
It’s Monday morning, which means we’re ready to kick off E3's most packed day of press conferences. First up is Square Enix. We’ve already seen a few of its games, but what else does the Final Fantasy maker have in store for us? You can watch the press conference here or follow along with our liveblog below.
Bandai Namco has announced Jump Force, a new game that mashes up characters from Shonen Jump manga, like Dragon Ball, Naruto, and One Piece. It’s coming in 2019.
The gang will travel to the land of Arendelle in Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference. Yes, Frozen is coming to Kingdom Hearts. Did you expect anything less?
Microsoft kicked off its E3 2018 press conference with a small teaser for the next Halo, called Halo Infinite. If you thought Halo 5 could have used more Master Chief, Microsoft says you’ll get more play time with the series’ protagonist this time around.
Sega crammed a lot into its groundbreaking adventure game Shenmue, and it also managed to get five GD-ROMs and two manuals inside a standard double jewel case for the game’s limited edition in the U.S. Impressive!
There’s a new Star Wars out, have you seen it yet? It’s more likely than ever that the answer is “no.” Solo: A Star Wars Story, the origin tale of everyone’s favorite stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder, has been struggling hard at the box office since its release on May 25.
Mario Tennis Aces is the sequel to the spiritual successor to the follow-up to Pong. Somewhere along the way, video game tennis became significantly more complicated than two paddles and a square ball. Fortunately, this upcoming Switch game will teach you all its tricks, by way of the RPG-style single-player adventure…
In the mid-nineties, at the approach of the millennium, the creators of Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest combined their considerable talents in the hopes of creating the ultimate Japanese role-playing game. What resulted was Chrono Trigger, considered not only one of the best games of the era but also one of the…