Tips For Playing Age of Darkness: Final Stand

Tips For Playing Age of Darkness: Final Stand

We’ve posted before about how great Age of Darkness is, the new Aussie-made game which is probably the most addictive thing I’ve played all year. It’s a cross between a city builder, RTS, tower defence, and maybe even an ARPG. It’s also brutally difficult, so here’s some Age of Darkness tips to help survive.

Go Update Your iPhone And iPad Right Now

Go Update Your iPhone And iPad Right Now

If you have an iPhone or an iPad, better update those suckers right now. Apple has just announced a newly discovered zero-day vulnerability affecting droves of the company’s phones and tablets — the likes of which may be seeing “active exploitation” by hackers.

A Dip Into The 250 Squid Games That’ve Been Classified Since The Netflix Show

A Dip Into The 250 Squid Games That’ve Been Classified Since The Netflix Show

Since Squid Game’s Netflix release on the 17th of September, nearly 250 games have been registered using its name. Over 200 of those were registered last week. I’m betting most of them don’t have Netflix’s blessing, though many of them do use the same themes and art — such as the iconic doll, and prisoners with numbers in games like Red Light, Green Light.

Sunday Comics: Fun Game

Sunday Comics: Fun Game

Hello! It’s time for Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click…

Metroid Dread Doesn’t Try To Reinvent The Wheel

Metroid Dread Doesn’t Try To Reinvent The Wheel

There are some games that require lavish presentations, elaborate scripts totalling hundreds of thousands of words or enormous multiplayer worlds, filled with references, throwbacks to franchises. These extravagances are often considered necessary, the price studios must pay to stand out in an ever-crowded gaming calendar. 

Metroid Dread requires none of this noise.