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Little Witch Academia: The Witch of Time and the Seven Wonders Announced for PS4


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The RPG Puzzle game Vidar leaves Early Access on June 15.

The RPG Puzzle game Vidar leaves Early Access on June 15. Created by litigation lawyer turned developer, Dean Razavi, the game tracks the events surrounding a village in which all the NPCs eventually die. It was successfully Kickstarted back in 2015. Kotaku weekend editor. You can reach him at READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Farpoint (VR) PS4 review – A very solid and entertaining FPS VR title

PlayStation VR has had a fair amount of success but in terms of big AAA game releases, they have been few and far between. However, “Farpoint” is Sony’s most-recent AAA exclusive VR entry and comes with its own accessory, the Aim controller! There have been some doubts whether Sony will support PS VR, well, now I’ve finally played this Sci… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!


Brother's Top-Selling All-In-One Laser Printer Is Back Down to $100

If you’re still wrestling with a terrible inkjet printer at home, do yourself a solid and pick up the reliable Brother HL-2380DW monochrome laser printer for just $100 today. Brother Makes the Only Printers You Won’t Want to Murder One of these days, we’ll live in utopian, paper-free society, but until that time, you need a… Read more While it doesn’t print in color, it more than makes up for that with the ability to spit out 32 pages per minute, duplex printing, and inexpensive toner cartridges that can last for years without being replaced. We’ve posted a lot of Brother deals in the past, and we’ve heard nothing but good things from readers about them. Plus, this particular model has a sterling 4.4 star review average on Amazon, a built-in scanner, and AirPrint and Google Cloud Print support, so it should serve you well for years. $100 From amazon 10646 purchased by readersGizmodo Media Group may get a commission More Deals Sunday’s Best Deals: Brother Printer, TENS Massagers, Garden Bed, and More A printer that’s actually good, TENS massagers, and a $25 READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


Sunday Comics: Cohesive Branding

Welcome to Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics that usually occurs on Sunday except when it doesn’t. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon. Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira. Published May 26. Read more of Nerf NOW!! Awkward Zombie by Katie Tiedrich. Published May 22. Read more of Awkward Zombie. Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik. Published May 24. Read more of Penny Arcade. The GaMERCaT by Samantha Whitten. Published May 22. Read more of The GaMERCaT. Nerd Rage by Andy Kluthe. Published May 26. Read more of Nerd Rage. Corpse Run by Alex Di Stasi. Published May 25. Read more of Corpse Run. Manly Guys Doing Manly Things by Kelly Turnbull. Published May 22. Read more of Manly Guys Doing Manly Things. Life in Aggro by Fei Hsiao and Cecilia Vasquez. Published May 27. Read more of Life in Aggro. Double XP by M.S. Corley and Josh Crandall. Published May 26. Read more of Double XP. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Developer Hell: Satisfying Investors, Refusing to Release Buggy Games, And the Immense Stress of Game Dev (Super Rude Bear Resurrection, Alex Rose Interview)

Super Rude Bear Resurrection is finally out on PS4 (check your local PSN), after what has felt like a wait time of forever. When I played it in late 2016, it was the third year in a row I’d played a new demo. Apart from Final Fantasy XIV, it was the only game I had seen — playable — at three consecutive Tokyo Game Shows. Guess which one has the bigger team and budget? Now, as one with such a history with this game and, expectedly, its developer, ethical conflicts prevent me from telling you that this game which I love is awesome and also rad, so I can’t tell you that. I will, however tell you about an amusing interview…type conversation I had. I approached SRBR‘s solo developer, Alex Rose and said, “You really look like hell.” “Do I?” he asked in reply. Alex told me about his intense schedule as the game’s one-and-only developer as well as the main marketer. He’d at times spend a whole month on the road promoting the game, which isn’t a problem in itself, but if you’ve ever traveled for work, you can imagine stuff gets in the way of something as attention-demanding as professional level READ…


Paper Garden: PSVR Needs This Relaxing, Fun VR Game (Bitsummit Hands-On)

Paper Garden excels in doing what video games were created to do: provide simple fun. (Quick note because this is a PlayStation website: I played this on Oculus Rift, but Peter Traylor of developer Vitei Backroom told me PlayStation VR isn’t ruled out. Good enough!) All players have to do is sit back, enjoy the scenery, and glide a paper airplane to shiny gold target in the distance. Sounds simple, might even sound boring, but it turned out to be one of my favorite VR games to date — and this was just a demo. At first, I hesitated, because I’ve never been gifted at throwing anything other than fits of rage. But for people like me and for general playability, the planes fly with some guided physics — a hybrid of a real throw with a lil help to make it not utterly discouraging. Furthermore, after a plane is let loose, players can give it a touch of guidance by rotating their controllers (in my case, Oculus Rift). After hitting enough of the golden targets, one can fly a blue teleportation airplane and warp to another point. I enjoyed giving myself an extra challenge by trying to hit faraway READ…


You’d Better Go Hard in the Paint, Son

A new report out of Japan indicates that you’d better go hard in the paint, son. The secretive report, acquired from inside sources, states that going hard in the paint, son, is the only way to go. At no point was going soft in the paint, son, suggested. Do not hurt yourself intentionally. Make no mistake, this is not going hard in the pain, son; you should go hard in the paint, son. With a ‘t.’ Should you sustain an injury, it should be connected to how hard you were going in the paint, son, and not an unnecessary affliction you gave yourself to look tough. The paint is already a tough enough place without you dressing it up. Your toughness will be demonstrated by how hard you go in it, son. Son, if you’re asking how to go in the paint, son, the answer is always hard, son. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!


Prey: Leave no Safe Locked With These Keycode Locations

In Prey, Morgan Yu will find many locked doors and safes that offer the chance to input a keycode instead of finding one of the many Keycards or using Hacking to get around obtaining the keycode in question. Very few of the keycodes in Prey have a set code – many of them are randomized each playthrough, and so this page will detail where you can find and learn the keycodes and what they unlock (and the contents if it unlocks a safe). The Keycodes below are organized by the location of the locked item. For a list of where to find Keycodes and their associated locked devices, see below: Locked Device Location Keycode Location Simulation Debriefing Safe Talos 1 Lobby – Seen in the corner of the Looking Glass Video in your Executive Office: 5150. Safe Contents: Hypo (Psi) Fabrication Plan, 3x Psi Hypo, 600x Exotic Material, Scope Chipset Volunteer Quarters Door Talos 1 Lobby – Found on the terminal of Bianca Goodwin in the Executive Offices – re: Volunteer Attitude. Locked Device Location Keycode Location Morgan Yu’s Office Talos 1 Lobby – Found on your assistant’s terminal – Jason Chang – outside your office. January will also give…

6 Things We Learned from the Get Out Blu-ray

Everything unexpected and weird thing we learned from Get Out’s special features. By William Bibbiani Get Out isn’t just a movie, it’s a uniquely celebrated, distinctive experience. It’s one of those rare movies that becomes a cultural talking point, an exciting and insightful commentary about our times. It’s also a fantastically entertaining horror movie, so it became that movie you absolutely HAD to see. If you missed Get Out in theaters, you can finally now watch it on DVD and Blu-ray, but even if you did see the movie in its initial run the home video release is worth watching. First, you get to own a brilliant film, but second, the disc is loaded with excellent special features, deleted scenes and insightful commentary by the film’s writer/director, Jordan Peele. There’s so much to cover that you’ll be forgiven if you don’t time to watch it all. Don’t worry, we made the time for you. Here are five important things we learned from Get Out’s special features, and one thing we learned that is extremely unexpected and weird. Let’s start with that. (SPOILER WARNING: We are going to assume you already saw this film.) Get Out is About the Holy Grail……

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SJWs are looking for a problem that doesn’t exist in Far Cry 5

So lately there has been an issue with Far Cry 5’s announcement, and the “issue” has been geared towards the antagonists and theme of the game. You see, the game takes place in a rural town in Montana (a bit of a far cry from your typical Far Cry game), and the antagonists are a part of an extreme right-wing… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!

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Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Summer Videogame Drought?

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Summer Videogame Drought? Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Summer Videogame Drought? No Such Luxury • An Average Joe’s List of Favorite Video Game Trailers (2017 Edition) – Pt. 1 • Here Are Some Of My Favorite Screenshots From The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild  You’re reading TAY, Kotaku’s community-run blog. TAY is written by and for Kotaku readers like you. We write about games, art, culture and everything in between. Want to write with us? Check out the Beginner’s Guide to TAY and join in. You can always stop by to say ‘hi’ on our: TAY Open Forum Advertisement Or write an article to your personal blog and tag it TAY Classic for feedback. Follow us here. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


9 Things the Judge Dredd TV Show Has to Pull from the Comics

Mega-City One is coming to the small screen, and we’ve got some ideas on what should be included in the series. By Blair Marnell Although Judge Dredd has been dealing out his own brand of justice for the last 40 years, there have only been two live-action adaptations to date: the 1995 Judge Dredd film starring Sylvester Stallone, and the 2012 reboot movie, Dredd, which placed Karl Urban in the iconic role. Although there were grand plans to make sequels for both films, neither movie managed to become a full-fledged franchise. But Dredd’s fortunes may be about to change. Earlier this month, 2000 AD announced that it is collaborating with IM Global Television and Rebellion on a Judge Dredd television series. The new show will be called Judge Dredd: Mega-City One, and it will feature the title character alongside a team of younger judges as they take on the futuristic world where most of the major cities on the east coast of the United States have become a single “megalopolis” known as Mega-City One. The Judge Dredd series is still at a very early stage and there is no network currently attached to it, but it is very promising READ…