Why Final Fantasy XV Has Fantastic Hair

As a rule, Final Fantasy games have amazing hair. But the ‘dos in Final Fantasy XV look especially good. Thank fancy tech, professional hair stylists, and wigs for that.

People Are Already Making Bizarre Mods For Dragon Ball Xenoverse

Dragon Ball Xenoverse isn’t even out yet in the West. That, however, hasn’t stopped people from tearing the Japanese version to pieces and reassembling it into, well… whatever this is.

Don't Trust Anyone Online, Even If You Think They Are Your Friends

Video: “I think this is a great opportunity to reiterate [...] the importance of not trusting anyone online, even if you think they are your friends.” Game Informer spoke to the mother of a young Destiny player whose progress was deleted after he shared his account with a fellow player. Remember to be careful, gamers.

Watch Close To A Full Hour Of Final Fantasy XV Gameplay

Today, Square Enix gave us perhaps our longest look yet at Final Fantasy XV, a game that I now believe actually exists and will come out within the next two years.

How Final Fantasy XV's Combat Works

Last December, Kotaku reported on Final Fantasy XV‘s combat. At the time, details were somewhat abstract. Today, we have a detailed list of how exactly the controls function.

Should Sony Make Another Handheld?

This weekend, the PS Vita will officially turn three. Although the system has become a must-have for anyone who’s into indies and niche Japanese games, it just hasn’t been able to make a splash in a market dominated by iPads and iPhones.

In Final Fantasy XV, Cooking Is Important

Camping is a big part of Final Fantasy XV. And what is camping, without some campfire cooking?

The Order: 1886: The Kotaku Review

Do you like movies? Do you like video games? If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, you should probably skip The Order: 1886.

Poll: How Japanese Gamers Feel About The PS4

The PlayStation 4 was released in Japan nearly one year ago. So are Japanese buyers of the console happy with their purchase?

More Than A Third Of 2014's Big-Budget Games Got Day-One Patches

You may have had the feeling lately that the games you’ve been buying and playing didn’t quite get finished when they were shoved out onto store shelves. Well, a lot of them weren’t done baking.