Tag Archives: Kotaku


Steam, Epic Games, Origin, and more platforms blocked in Indonesia amid censorship fight

The Indonesian government is blocking traffic to major websites and platforms including Steam, Epic Games Store, and Origin. The fourth-largest country in the world is blocking internet traffic to websites…more»

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Is Pokemon Go creator Niantic nearing its end?

The CEO of Niantic Labs, John Hanke, has revealed many facts that have raised suspicions about the future that awaits the company. After the success of Niantic Labs in 2016,…more»

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The original Doom looks amazing with ray-tracing

A modder has added ray-tracing to the original Doom. The original Doom has never looked so good. That’s thanks to modder sultim-t, who has added ray-tracing to the PrBoom source…more»

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Developer completes and releases unfinished PS1 game Magic Castle

If you’ve never heard of the PS1 game Magic Castle, there’s a good reason for that. The project was canceled over twenty years ago. But now the game is finished,…more»

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Nintendo apologizes for Joy-Con drift

Nintendo has apologized for Joy-Con drift during a financial Q&A with the company’s president. “Regarding the Joy-Con, we apologize for any trouble caused to our customers,” said Nintendo president Shuntaro…more»

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Jason Schreier is leaving Kotaku

Video game journalist Jason Schreier is leaving Kotaku after eight years at the online publication. Jason published a post this morning announcing his departure. It reads, in part: Truth is,…more»

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Kotaku report claims Borderlands 3 developers are being ‘stiffed’

Some Gearbox employees are unhappy with small profit-sharing checks after the successful launch of Borderlands 3, a new report suggests. Borderlands 3 launched on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Google…more»

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Sony joins Google, Netflix in limiting bandwidth as stay-at-home traffic surges

Sony Interactive Entertainment is working to “manage download traffic” to relieve the burden on internet providers. That’s according to a blog post from SIE president and CEO, Jim Ryan. In…more»

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GameStop closes stores to customers, shifts to online orders during pandemic

In a reversal, GameStop now says that it will close its physical stores to customers starting today. The company is switching its emphasis to online sales during the coronavirus pandemic.…more»

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GameStop reportedly tells employees it’s an ‘essential’ retailer during the pandemic

GameStop is reportedly telling employees that its retail operations are considered “essential” during the coronavirus pandemic. That’s according to two separate reports from Kotaku and Polygon. Those websites cite sources…more»

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