Mother 3 Gets An Updated English Patch On Its 15th Anniversary

Mother 3 Gets An Updated English Patch On Its 15th Anniversary

The folks behind the wonderful English translation of Mother 3 are still working on the project over a decade later. Earlier today — which also happens to be the 15th anniversary of Nintendo’s milestone RPG in Japan — they dropped a new patch that irons out some lingering bugs in…

Uniqlo Has An Official League Of Legends Collection

Uniqlo Has An Official League Of Legends Collection

League of Legends has been doing fashion collaborations for years, but traditionally they’ve been more haute couture, high-end brands regular gamers would never be able to buy. Uniqlo’s upcoming offering, on the other hand, should be way more accessible. There’s no information on what inspiration Uniqlo is taking with the line,…

Platforms Are Still Hesitant To Deal In Weed Games

Platforms Are Still Hesitant To Deal In Weed Games

Management sims and drugs are a match made in heaven. Dope Wars, which was inspired by the Star Trader BASIC game, was one of the ’90s best timewasters. But even today, where attitudes towards drugs and their legalisation has changed significantly, marketing a game about precisely that – weed – is still surprisingly hard.

Apex Legends Coming To Phones

Apex Legends Coming To Phones

Battle royale Apex Legends is coming to phones, developer Respawn announced today. The mobile version will begin testing in certain regions this spring, with a wider rollout to come.

Zombie Army 4 Sounds Like A John Carpenter Joint

Zombie Army 4 Sounds Like A John Carpenter Joint

Welcome to Morning Music, Kotaku’s ongoing hangout for folks who love video games and the cool-arse sounds they make. Today we’re preparing to fight off the undead as we listen to fantastic tunes from Zombie Army 4: Dead War.

The Original Lord Of The Rings MMORPG Still Slaps

The Original Lord Of The Rings MMORPG Still Slaps

Amazon Game Studios cancelled its long-awaited Lord of the Rings MMORPG over the weekend and for a hot second there, I was really bummed about it. But then I remembered that we’ve already got an incredible Tolkein MMORPG – Lord of the Rings Online (LotRO) – and it deserves more respect.

This Week In Games: It’s Judgment Time

This Week In Games: It’s Judgment Time

If you missed out on Judgment the first time around, this week you have absolutely no reason not to jump back on board. I’ve argued before how Judgment was basically all the soap opera goodness of Yakuza without sequels of baggage and backstory, except you still get all the wonderful…

Troll Makes Up Path Of Exile Ban Over Accessibility, Is Arsehole

Troll Makes Up Path Of Exile Ban Over Accessibility, Is Arsehole

This week, a supposed player claimed to have been banned from action RPG Path of Exile for using a macro to make the game accessible. Other players and accessibility activists took up their cause. Now, it appears the whole thing was a troll. In my professional journalistic opinion: what the…

Genshin Impact’s PS5 Version Drops April 28 With Version 1.5

Genshin Impact’s PS5 Version Drops April 28 With Version 1.5

If you’re looking at pretty anime people in anything less than 4K resolution, are you really looking at them? Genshin Impact’s native PlayStation 5 version launches with the April 15 release of version 1.5, giving you that sweet 4K support along with enhanced textures and faster loading times.

It Doesn’t Sound Like Valve’s Opening A New Zealand Office Anytime Soon

It Doesn’t Sound Like Valve’s Opening A New Zealand Office Anytime Soon

Amidst the height of the coronavirus pandemic, Valve co-founder and internet gaming dad Gabe Newell got stuck in New Zealand. The world went into lockdown, and instead of heading home to Seattle to cope with the United States’ brand of public health management, Newell stayed down under. That resulted in a happy affair with the country throughout all of 2020, so much so that Valve employees started asking about potentially moving to New Zealand permanently. But in a chat with Rocketwerkz co-founder Dean Hall, it’s become apparent that Valve’s good intentions haven’t quite evolved into action.