Lucia Massucco is a concept artist who has worked on games like Endless Legend.
Source: Kotaku – After Curfew
More than a week has passed since the brutal police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Rallies and protests have since ensued, rightfully, from coast-to-coast. And it’s not just Floyd. It’s Philando Castile and Breonna Taylor, Freddie Gray and Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and Eric Garner (among many, many, many…
Source: Kotaku – How You Can Support Black Gamers
Before Sonic Adventure, Sega’s blue mascot made his first foray into the third dimension with 1996’s Sonic 3D Blast for the Sega Genesis and Saturn. It wasn’t great! But now we have a 2D total conversion thanks to independent developer Sotaknuck, which takes the story and aesthetics of Sonic 3D Blast and reimagines…
Source: Kotaku – Sonic 3D Blast Is Better In 2D
Having previously been a series that we first associated with DVD drives and then Steam, the next release in the Total War series—the spinoff A Total War Saga: TROY—is going to be a 12-month Epic Games Store exclusive. And it’ll be…free?
Arc System Works recently shared the results of a survey taken by players of the Guilty Gear Strive closed beta. The most interesting findings come from the character request section. Players from around the world left some surprisingly uniform responses, and sadly, my favorite character is nowhere to be seen.
Source: Kotaku – Put Zappa In Guilty Gear Strive, Dammit
Pyramid ships. Planet eaters. A new alien race. Bungie is teasing a ton of upcoming stuff in Destiny at the moment, but so far, none of it looks like it’ll arrive in time to save the current season.
Source: Kotaku – Destiny 2’s Current Season Is Hurtling Toward A Confusing End
On May 27, Tony McDade, a trans man and Tallahassee resident, was killed by a police officer. No video exists of his death, so both local and national outlets have deferred to the police department’s description: McDade was a suspect in a fatal stabbing; as officers attempted to arrest him he allegedly moved as if…
Source: Kotaku – The Invisible Killing of Tony McDade
Last night, the Street Fighter subreddit organized an online Street Fighter V tournament to raise money for Black Lives Matter charities in response to the recent police murder of George Floyd, a black Minnesotan, and ongoing attempts by activists across the country to hold law enforcement accountable. They ended up…
Ever since a fan-made PC version of Mario 64 was released last month, modders have been having fun updating the nearly 25-year old Nintendo 64 game to give it a fresh, modern look.
The U.S. has erupted in protests over the brutal killing of George Floyd by police. The protests have largely been peaceful. The police response has not.
Source: Kotaku – There Is No Climate Justice Without Defunding the Police
Hot on the caudal fin of Tripwire Interactive’s bloody aquatic epic Maneater, Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ summer season fills its seas with man-eating beasts. Animal Crossing’s sharks don’t actually eat people and can be caught by a single human holding a flimsy fishing pole, but that just makes them more lovable.
Source: Kotaku – Animal Crossings’ Sharks Don’t Do Fish Crimes But I Love Them Anyway
According to information released today initially on the official Japanese Pokémon website, the first DLC from Pokémon Sword and Shield’s expansion pass, The Isle of Armor, brings new pocket monsters and fresh adventures to the games on June 17.
Source: Kotaku – Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Isle Of Armor DLC Drops June 17
It’s a well-known fact that the 1993 classic Doom will be ported to everything, eventually. You can now add the Playdate, a yet-to-be-released micro-console with a crank, to the long list of “Things That Can Run Doom.”
Source: Kotaku – Handheld Doom Lets You Manually Crank The Chaingun
Yesterday, Sony announced it was delaying the PS5 showcase. On Twitter, the reaction among Japanese fans has largely been supportive.
Track: Hate The Police | Artist: Mudhoney | Album: Boiled Beef & Rotting Teeth
The latest rollout of new Call of Duty content, for Modern Wafare, Warzone and Call of Duty: Mobile, has been postponed due to the current violent police actions against American citizens.
Source: Kotaku – Next Call Of Duty Seasons Delayed Because “Now Is Not The Time”