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Meet the cutest little Kratos you ever did see.

The Art Of Ni no Kuni 2 The Art Of Ni no Kuni 2

We don’t get to run too many Japanese games on Fine Art, so it’s a pleasure tonight to be able to feature some of the work that went into Ni no Kuni 2.

You Can Take Some Lovely Photos In Yakuza 6 You Can Take Some Lovely Photos In Yakuza 6

I spent a lot of time punching dudes into walls in Yakuza 6, but I also spent a lot of time wandering the streets of Tokyo (and the sleepy seaside town of Onomichi) with my phone out, taking snaps to remind me of my good times doing good deeds.

Death Road to Canada, a zombie-themed road trip game, has had its console release delayed following the van attack in Toronto yesterday that left 10 dead and 15 injured. Originally due out on April 25, the game’s publisher says “it would be deeply inappropriate to launch the game at such a time”, and that they are…

Rest In Peace, Green Axe Rest In Peace, Green Axe

Suzanne Helmigh is an artist who has worked on stuff like Magic: The Gathering and Horizon Zero Dawn.

In BEACON, You Become The Enemies Who Kill You In BEACON, You Become The Enemies Who Kill You

BEACON is a “science fiction-themed action roguelite that plays like a top-down shooter.” The game involves running around an alien world collecting DNA from everything you kill. When you inevitably die, you’re able to splice that DNA into your own, inheriting some of the skills and traits of your foes.

Sick Teenager Meets Sporting Heroes Using A Virtual Reality Robot Sick Teenager Meets Sporting Heroes Using A Virtual Reality Robot

A 14 year-old boy who is unable to leave his house due to multiple health issues has been able to meet some of his favourite football players (and watch a game) by controlling a robot that was carried out onto the pitch.

How NBA Jam Was Made

At GDC last month, there was a fantastic talk given by the game’s creators on how the arcade classic NBA Jam came to be. That talk is now online, and is definitely worth watching if you like video games, basketball and/or 90s haircuts.

Track: I Want To Hold Your Hand | Artist: Melvins | Album: Pinkus Abortion Technician

I See Your Point I See Your Point

Nikita Bulatov is a freelance artist based in Moscow.

Magic Cards Are Better With Gifs

It’s not that Magic cards don’t look great as they are. Some of the best artists on the planet are working on them! It’s just, no lavish painting of a giant angel or whatever can compete with a dumb gif.

How Some Of The Best Cosplay On Earth Is Made How Some Of The Best Cosplay On Earth Is Made

While the traditional idea of building cosplay invokes the image of one or two people toiling away on an outfit, Henchmen Studios work on an almost industrial scale, drawing on the talents of massive teams to produce work so good that they’re often hired by Blizzard to help debut Overwatch characters.

Track: Antarcticans Thawed | Artist: Sleep | Album: The Sciences

New Reaper Action Figure Looks Great New Reaper Action Figure Looks Great

Ignoring my repeated demands for a Figma Mercy, Good Smile have instead decided that the next kickass Overwatch figure is going to be Reaper.

Taxi Gang Taxi Gang

Max Prentis is a freelance illustrator based in London.

Young Geralt Mod Gives Me Complicated Witcher Feelings Young Geralt Mod Gives Me Complicated Witcher Feelings

A buddy of mine, playing The Witcher 3 for the second time, is going nuts with mods this time through. He sent me an email the other day: “Have you seen this mod that turns old-ass Geralt into young Geralt?”. No, I had not.

Oh, Cities: Skylines Is Now Also A Theme Park Game Oh, Cities: Skylines Is Now Also A Theme Park Game

I was happy enough with Cities: Skylines when it was just about building cities, but it’s now adding the ability to construct giant theme parks as well, so cool, why not.

Fight! Fight! FIGHT! Fight! Fight! FIGHT!

Sci-fi author (and occasional Kotaku weekend custodian) Peter Tieryas has a new book in his United States of Japan series coming, and once again it’s all about...well, look, it’s all in the name: Mecha Samurai Empire.

Konami's Friendship With The Champions League Has Ended Konami's Friendship With The Champions League Has Ended

One of the few brightspots in an increasingly bleak existence for Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series has been the fact that back in 2008 it signed a 10-year deal with the massively-popular UEFA Champion’s League. That deal is now over.

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