Red Dead Online Ain’t Wild West Enough

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Lately, Rockstar has been adding a bunch of new game modes into Red Dead Online. Which is good. The game is lacking content and players need more to do. But these new modes aren’t the content Red Dead Online I really want. These modes are sometimes fine, but rarely take advantage of RDO’s incredible and large virtual wild west. That seems like a missed opportunity. If we look at the last few updates Rockstar has released for Red Dead Online,

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The Week In Games: Can You Dig It? [Update]

I wonder how much longer the Vita will keep getting new games released on it. I know indie devs have supported it for some time now, but it feels like the Switch has taken on the role of “Portable console that is perfect for smaller games.” Do you think that when the inevitable PS5 is released we will still be getting… Read more… Source link

Cheating Too Much Could Break GTA San Andreas

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When I was younger, I played a lot of Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. I would also use a lot of cheat codes while playing the game. If a mission was too hard, I would cheat. But I would additionally use some of the silly cheat codes to cause mayhem and have fun. This ended up breaking my playthrough of GTA San Andreas and I didn’t even realize it until it was too late. As I learned later on, if

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Vigoroth Is Always Stressed And Can’t Stop Eating

Vigoroth Is Always Stressed And Can't Stop Eating

Every Pokemon is interesting and worth talking about. I don’t play a ton of Pokemon, but I do enjoy the universe and I love learning more about the creatures in it. So, Here’s Another Pokemon! It’s Vigoroth! Vigoroth Details Type: Normal Average Height: 4‘ 07″ Average Weight: 102.5 lbs. First Added In Generation III Vigoroth is always having a rough day. In many ways, I think a lot of folks can relate to this Pokemon. According to Pokedex entries, Vigoroth

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Take Me Out To The (Digital) Ball Game

Take Me Out To The (Digital) Ball Game

Swing batter, batter, swing! You’re out! Other baseball sayings and references! The time has come for the newest entry in the popular MLB The Show franchise. I’m not a big baseball fan, but these games always look so good. If I liked baseball I would play them a lot! Do baseball video games still do Home Run Derby mini-games? I remember older games doing these types of mini-games and modes and I always enjoyed them. It reminds me of when

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Tim Schafer Talks Unionization, Streaming, And The Future Of Double Fine

Tim Schafer Talks Unionization, Streaming, And The Future Of Double Fine

After cracking jokes on stage during the Game Developers Choice and IGF awards at GDC last night, Double Fine boss Tim Schafer had almost completely lost his voice, but he still croaked his way through his annual appearance on Kotaku Splitscreen. Jason and I talked to him about the unionization joke he told at the awards show, as well as Double Fine’s newly announced game Rad, the much-anticipated Psychonauts 2, and the idea of a subscription service for games. In

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Hands-On

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Hands-On

If you’re a fan of the Dark Souls series, you’ve probably been keeping an eye out for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest FromSoftware title. Well, we got it, and we’re here to break it down. Watch me and Kotaku’s own Tim Rogers put the game through its paces for an hour and a half and answer some basic questions. How Dark Souls-y is it? Will this appeal to Nioh mavens? Will it still kick your butt? Tune in and

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YouTuber Discovers Strange Things Hidden In The Simpsons: Hit & Run 

Boundary Break’s latest video is all about the fan-favorite game The Simpsons: Hit & Run and some of the weird things hiding outside the game world. Like the channel’s previous episode about LEGO Star Wars, this episode also includes a former developer on the game explaining some of the weirder discoveries. The Simpsons: Hit & Run was an open-world game, not unlike Grand Theft Auto, released back in 2003. Using camera hacks, Boundary Break was able to find some really

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The Merchant From Resident Evil 4 Is Great

I clearly remember the first time I saw the mysterious merchant from Resident Evil 4. He pops by a window and gets Leon’s attention. You then head out and around the back of the building where he is waiting for Leon. He’s ready to sell and buy, even in this terrible place. He’s the best. But who is he and why can’t he return to the franchise? In Resident Evil 4, Leon is sent to a small European village to

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The People In Anthem Sure Like Wearing Masks

The People In Anthem Sure Like Wearing Masks

The stars of Anthem are obviously the powerful Javelins. These mech suits are really cool and deadly in the hands of a skilled pilot. But the citizens of Anthem seem to care more about something else: Masks. These folks really, really love masks. The first time I reached the hub city of Tarsis, I explored it and found new quests, met characters and found notes and other collectibles. However, as I spent more time in the city I noticed how

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