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Well, That's One Way To Fix The Xbox One's Backwards Compatibility

It still irritates me that the Xbox One isn’t backwards-compatible. From Red Dead to GTA V, there are old games I still own and still want to play, but because I don’t have an Xbox 360 anymore (one died and I traded the other in for the XB1), they just… sit there.


Mighty No 9 Now Raising Money For DLC Pack

Briefly: After successfully reaching the English voice acting stretch goal, Mighty No 9′s slacker backer campaign is now raising money for a post-release DLC pack consisting of an extra stage with its own boss fight. The planned release window is Summer 2015, provided they can collect another $US190,000 by the end of this year.


Here's What's New In Destiny's First Expansion

The Dark Below, as it’s called, will bring new missions, gear and a level cap increase to the game.


The Legend Of Korra: The Kotaku Review

The Avatar: The Last Airbender/Legend of Korra universe is tailor-made for a good video game. It boggles my mind that the much-loved series still hasn’t gotten one.


The HD Version Of San Andreas For 360 Is Now On Sale... For $3.74 --UPDATE

We knew a 720p graphically improved version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was hitting the Xbox 360 this weekend to celebrate the game’s 10th anniversary. We didn’t know it would cost under $US4.


You Can Adjust 'Bounce' In The New Dead Or Alive

For their upcoming fighting game, Dead or Alive 5: Last Round, the developers at Tecmo Koei have created a new engine to bring their characters to life. Called the “Yawaraka Engine” (やわらかエンジン) or “Softness Engine”, it is the result of attempting to up the visual realism of character skin in order to make characters look more naturally realistic on the latest platforms.


Better Version Of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Hits Xbox 360 Next Week

A graphically improved version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be hitting Xbox Live on October 26, just in time for the game’s 10th anniversary. But there’s a bit of a catch.


The Evil Within: The Kotaku Review

Before The Evil Within came out, I knew that I had to steel myself to be scared by it. But I’d also been nagged by the idea that I should be scared for it, too. As in, fearful on its behalf. It’s one of those games that’s so heavily freighted by genre and pedigree that expectations were massive.


I Love What Disney Fantasia Lets Me Do To Music

It’s been ages since I’ve exercised this much control over the music in a rhythm game, and I’ve never felt so sore after doing it.


Unlock A Secret Borderlands Boss By... Calling Someone A 'D**k'

We might just have a new contender for the title of most Borderlands boss in the history of Borderlands bosses.