Remember how people got Breath of the Wild going on an emulator only days after it launched? It's been a few weeks, and progress on the game has come a ridiculously long way.
Virtual reality has been around for decades, but it's only of late that the technology has properly matured with reliable consumer-grade headsets, room-scale tracking, high quality touch controllers and a library of games worth exploring.
So now that people can get into virtual reality in a range of ways - from mobiles to consoles to the top-end headsets - what's changed? Here's everything you need to know about VR.
Civilization 6 is a very good video game, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement.
Last week Kotaku's Nathan Grayson told us about PC Building Simulator, an indie game in which the nightmare of putting together a gaming PC follows us into the virtual world. This week I played the demo release, and it's not nearly as difficult as it is in real life.
PCs come in all shapes and sizes: there's the bog standard beige tower, a unit that fits inside the palm of your hand, a rig that looks just like a console, and then mecha-inspired creations like the one above.
Building a PC doesn't have to be daunting, though. And while there are tons of reasons to build a PC, ranging from better graphics to cheaper games to greater versatility, there's also some things you should know before you start.
As if killing off City of Heroes back in 2012 wasn't bad enough, now NCsoft takes one of the dead superhero MMO's most beloved characters, Statesman, and pits him against characters from more successful, less cancelled games as the latest champion in PC MOBA Master X Master.