playstation vita

One Small Tweak Makes Vita Remote Play So Much Better

I haven’t been the biggest fan of the PlayStation Vita’s remote play function. It sounds great in theory — use your Vita to stream games from your PS4, play games in bed or on the go! But it never works quite like I want it to.


Behind The Scenes Of Some Of The Year's Most Interesting Games

Indie game festival Fantastic Arcade is in full swing in Austin, Texas, and I’m there! You can be too, sorta. There’s a live stream of every panel and presentation running all weekend, including one about soon-to-be-re-released classic Grim Fandango. Watch now.


Murasaki Baby: The Kotaku Review

I have a three-year-old daughter. I probably shouldn’t be playing Murasaki Baby, a game which is, in essence, about leading a toddler girl into and out of danger.


Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair: The Kotaku Review

Good morning, everyone! Welcome to Kotaku‘s review of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. Since the two of us — Jason and Kirk — have already spent a ton of time this year talking about Danganronpa, we figured we’d team up to review the sequel together.


New Information On PlayStation Now Comes To Light...

PlayStation Now, Sony’s streaming/renting service for games (well, some games), is moving into open beta. A word on prices: they’re kinda ridiculous, though Sony says ” you will start seeing reduced pricing on some 4-hour rentals” in “a few weeks”.


Corgi Time

Check out the latest game by hilarious game designer (and occasional Kotaku columnist), Tim Rogers — it’s called Tuffy the Corgi and the Tower of Bones. You kind of need to watch this absurd trailer.


Road Not Taken Arrives August 8

Video: August is going to be unbearably cute when Road Not Taken comes out on the eighth of the month. Click here for more about Spry Fox’s cartoony fable about life’s unexpected paths and saving lost children hits PS4 and PC.


Amazon France Is Selling A PS4/Vita Bundle

Why is Amazon France taking pre-orders for a PS4/Vita bundle? Why does that mock-up image look so convincing? Did a retailer just accidentally leak one of Sony’s E3 announcements?


Two Games That Let You Play As Animals Launch Today

Video: There’s not one but two games launching today that let you play as animals. If playing as a cat in Murdered: Soul Suspect isn’t good enough for you (and, to be fair, it wasn’t for me), consider checking out Sony’s new PlayStation Vita game Vita Pets. Judging by the launch trailer, it has quirky talking dogs — and plenty of ‘em.


Child Of Light Will Be Coming To PlayStation Vita On July 1

Briefly: Ubisoft’s very pretty role-playing game will be a digital download for Sony’s handheld game system. You can read Kotaku‘s review of the game right here.