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Akihabara Will Look Different After This Arcade Closes

The Sega Akihabara 2nd arcade, which was formerly known as Akihabara Gigo, is closing at the end of the month because 2020 sucks. 


China Just Held Its Biggest Gaming Expo In Person

While E3 and the Tokyo Game Show have been was canceled, China just held its biggest game expo, China Joy, complete with booths, demo stations, and cosplayers.


New History Novel Somehow Includes Breath Of The Wild Recipe

A Traveler at the Gates of Wisdom is the latest historical novel from Irish author John Boyne (The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas). Telling tales from across the breadth of human history, it deals with a lot of stuff that was real and actually happened, as well as some stuff that has only happened if you’ve played The


Snack Time

Knight Zhang is a freelance concept artist and illustrator based in California who has worked on stuff like DOTA 2.


PS3 Emulator Can Now Play (Some) Online Games

RPCS3 has long been the best way to play PS3 games on a PC. It’s now also a place you can play some PS3 games online on the PC, with no need to use the PlayStation Network whatsoever.


The Week In Games: Fall Guys Horizons

We’re in a bit of the summer doldrums for big games, but there’s still plenty to get excited about. Fall Guys comes to PS4 and PC this week. There’s a Fast & Furious game. And Horizon Zero Dawn makes its PC debut.


I Love Ghost Of Tsushima's Hot Springs

I tend to ditch the main story in open world games as soon as I can in favor of exploring, so I’ve barely made a dent in Ghost of Tsushima’s plot. I’ve parkoured my way to a lot of shrines and chased a lot of foxes. Mostly, though, I’ve been looking for more hot springs, so I can make protagonist Jin take more baths.


Sunday Comics: Mad Worlds

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