There's an interesting range of games in PlayStation Plus' lineup next month. Most exciting to me is The Swindle, a steal 'em up platformer I enjoyed a lot on PC. There's also This War of Mine: The Little Ones, which adds what I'm sure is heart-wrenching content to an already heart-wrenching game.
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It's the ultimate morality test.
You have a friend visiting. You're playing some games. Do you give them the slightly-dodgy third-party controller with a sticky button?
If your answer is no, you're either an angel, or you're lying. Because we all know if it was down to the official controller or this, there's no way you'd be releasing your grip on the real thing.
There are plenty of Until Dawn fans at Kotaku, both in the Australian office and around the world. But the game wasn't always the unusually good spoopy party game for the PS4.
Dirty Worka and Carbine King - not their real names, as you may have guessed - are two Grand Theft Auto Online players who clash about one important thing. Dirty Worka hates the rampant cheating in the game. Carbine King is a boastful cheater. Despite this, they're friends and sometimes play against each other.
Most people have fond memories of the water gun fight from The Last of Us: Left Behind. A nice break from the grim, apocalyptic weight of the rest of the game, that section of the DLC lets Ellie and her newfound friend, Riley, get to pretend for a just a few moments that their just normal kids not living in a zombie hellscape.
It's September which means back to school for some, spring adventures for others and for a deranged few, obsessively combing through the world of Destiny in search of new items and secrets. With Rise of Iron just around the corner, Bungie is paving the way for the game's third year with a patch that, among other things, is already allowing a new exotic to drop.