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Three of us on staff have been playing Watch Dogs 2. Two of us have finished it. We figured it was a good time to chat about the good and bad of the game. There was a lot to consider! Bonus: We may accidentally wandered into a discussion about why one of us is very, very hard to please.


If you didn't know, a technical test for For Honor has been running for the last few days. It's only open to players on PC, only to a select few, and those playing are subject to NDA.

But apparently not all is well. Things are so borked, in fact, that one of the testers has gone out on a limb and uploaded a video showing just how broken the game is right now.


For Honor is billed as a great battle of slice and counter-slice between vikings, knights and samurai. It makes for a great multiplayer premise: grab a sword, dodge, block appropriately, and slice up the competition.

The game has a singleplayer mode as well though, and footage of a couple of missions has


On December 9, Nathan Grayson, Chris Person and I walked into the recording booth at Kotaku's New York headquarters to stream Steep, Ubisoft's extreme winter sports game. Aside from the faulty controller, horrible accents and Cronenbergian horrors, it went pretty well.


Amidst all the hype and drama of The Game Awards, you might have forgotten that Ubisoft's open-world extreme sports adventure Steep launched today.

If you tried to load it up earlier today - the day of launch - or right now, you won't be able to play. And there's a reason for that.