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Bloodrayne: How Periods Affect My Gaming Habits

There’s a crime scene in my pants and I’m going to talk about it.

8 Terrible Games That People Inexplicably Have Nostalgia For

Nostalgia is a powerful feeling: it can bring back happy memories, but it can also make us overlook some pretty egregious flaws in the things we have loved. Case in point: Here are eight games that were fairly lousy — but people insist on loving them anyway.

Here's The Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Trailer [Updated]

It’s been leaked a little earlier than Activision and Infinity Ward probably wanted, mind you.

Torrenting Game Of Thrones Doesn't Make You Entitled

I should have seen it coming.

I mean, to a certain extent I did see it coming.

I’m talking, of course, about the ‘entitlement’ argument. Because, in case you haven’t had it hammered into you via years of millennial ‘think’ pieces about everything from house prices to education, everyone born between 1980 and five minutes ago is ‘entitled’.

Sunday Comics: Nice

Welcome to Kotaku‘s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon.

Valve Steps Up Counter-Strike's Anti-Cheat Measures

Counter-Strike is one of the biggest competitive shooters on Earth, so of course, would-be cheaters flock to it like thieves to an Uncharted 4 delivery truck.

Offworld Trading Company: The Kotaku Review

I have never played a game like Offworld Trading Company.

It's Time For The Australian Government To Get Involved With Video Games

The first video game to enter the collective consciousness was Pong, released into the world in the early 1970s. In 2016, the games industry is a Hollywood-dwarfing multi-billion-dollar behemoth. Even by the standard of the mechanisms of our government so often moving at a glacial pace, waiting more than 40 years to take a closer look at the industry seems like quite an oversight.

Government Inquiry Calls For More Support For Australian Video Games

The upper house inquiry into the future of the video game development industry in Australia was released by the Federal Government today, with the Environment and Communications References Committee recommending the creation of a successor to the Australian Interactive Games Fund.

I'm Going To Miss The Wii U

History won’t be kind.

History will most likely judge the Wii U as a misstep. A series of missteps. It’ll remember the name, which was silly. It’ll remember the hardware, which couldn’t compete. It’ll remember the third party support, which felt non-existent.

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