Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Day of Infamy Isn’t Anything New,

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Day of Infamy Isn’t Anything New, But It Gets The Job Done  Months Later, Final Fantasy XV Is Still On My Mind Phoenix Point Is A Climate Change Nightmare For Our Time

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Source: Kotaku – Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Day of Infamy Isn’t Anything New,

Steam Users Love Ravenfield, Even Though It's Pretty Glitchy

Ravenfield fascinates me. The Battlefield-inspired large-scale FPS just launched on Steam and rocketed to the top of the sales charts. Its reviews are over 90 percent positive. I’ve played it, however, and it’s barely functional in some places. Why is it getting a free pass from the Steam quality control mafia?

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Source: Kotaku – Steam Users Love Ravenfield, Even Though It’s Pretty Glitchy

An April story about Oculus Rift founder Palmer Luckey stated that the VR pioneer donated to the Pre

An April story about Oculus Rift founder Palmer Luckey stated that the VR pioneer donated to the President’s inauguration through companies named after things from Chrono Trigger. Our previous assertion they were “shell companies” was disputed by Luckey last night on Twitter. We’ve updated the post accordingly.

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Source: Kotaku – An April story about Oculus Rift founder Palmer Luckey stated that the VR pioneer donated to the Pre

The NES Classic was the #2 best-selling console in America in April, right behind the Nintendo Switc

The NES Classic was the #2 best-selling console in America in April, right behind the Nintendo Switch, the NPD Group reported today. Yes, that means the $60 mini-console outsold PS4, 3DS, and Xbox One. Good thing they discontinued it, huh?

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Source: Kotaku – The NES Classic was the #2 best-selling console in America in April, right behind the Nintendo Switc

Injustice 2 Bug Eats Player Progress, But You Can Get It Back

A bug in Injustice 2 is rolling back player progress, making hard-earned character levels seemingly disappear. While Netherrealm works on ensuring the issue stops occurring, WB Games offers a workaround that’s been fixing the issue for many players.

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Source: Kotaku – Injustice 2 Bug Eats Player Progress, But You Can Get It Back

Portal’s Companion Cube joins the Dota 2 roster in the form of a new Arcana cosmetic for Io, availab

Portal’s Companion Cube joins the Dota 2 roster in the form of a new Arcana cosmetic for Io, available for all TI7 Battle Pass owners level 245 and above. For those doing the math at home, that’s about $109 if you don’t want to level up to earn this adorable wisp.

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Source: Kotaku – Portal’s Companion Cube joins the Dota 2 roster in the form of a new Arcana cosmetic for Io, availab

Blizzard Says Overwatch Wasn't Meant To Be Political, But It's Not That Simple

At yesterday’s New York Overwatch event, in a rented-out space in midtown Manhattan, Overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan stood in front of a slide showcasing an old Egyptian woman, an autistic Indian woman, a bodybuilding Russian woman, a plump Chinese woman and a Mexican hacker woman. “One thing that we did with the…

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Source: Kotaku – Blizzard Says Overwatch Wasn’t Meant To Be Political, But It’s Not That Simple