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Kotaku

Brian Ashcraft

Spider-Man as a Samurai

This works way better than I thought it would.

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Kotaku

Brian Ashcraft

This Could Be the Last Pokémon Jet 

Since 1998, a small handful of Pocket Monster themed airplanes have flown in the ANA fleet. The current iteration, the only remaining Pokémon plane, recently took its final flight.

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Kotaku

Brian Ashcraft

Pikachus with Lasers Shooting from Their Eyes

This isn’t only cool and hypnotic, it’s also terrifying.

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Kotaku

Brian Ashcraft

Dusk.

Dusk. Tokyo, Japan. By Drew Atkins.

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Kotaku

Mike Fahey

Early Footage From Assassin's Creed Creator's 1666: Amsterdam

In 2010 Assassin’s Creed creator Patrice Désilets left Ubisoft to form his own studio within THQ to work on a game called 1666: Amsterdam. Here’s our first look at how that game was shaping up before being sold back to Ubisoft and left in limbo for three years.

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Andrew Liptak on io9, shared by Mike Fahey to Kotaku

12 Novel Adaptations That Should Get a Do-Over Reboot

We’ve all been there: a favored book is snapped up for adaptation, with a whole lot of potential behind it: solid cast, crew, production values, etc. When it hits theaters, you walk out wishing that they’d done everything differently.

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Kotaku

Mike Fahey

Massive Update Fixes A Lot Of Quantum Break's PC Problems

When Quantum Break launched earlier this month the PC version had plenty of problems , including poor performance, forced upscaling and the lack of a button to exit the game. Today’s 27GB update goes some way towards making the port not as horrible.

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Kotaku

Mike Fahey

The Ratchet & Clank Movie Is A 90 Minute Cutscene Looking For A Game

What works as a series of video game cutscenes doesn’t necessarily work as a feature film. The Ratchet & Clank movie is living proof.

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Kotaku

Mike Fahey

Just Announce Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Already, Activision

Following yesterday’s spaceship tease , the Nuketown map in Call of Duty: Black Ops III now includes a couple of new decorations, one of which plays this video of a future man pointedly not simply announcing Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare . How much longer can Activision draw this out?

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Polygon

Owen S. Good

Call of Duty hype vid introduces smug bad guy, teases full reveal

Whoever the 'Settlement Defense Front' is, they sound pissed

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Kotaku

TAY on Talk Amongst Yourselves, shared by Mike Fahey to Kotaku

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Lord Disco’s Argument FOR Miitomo

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Lord Disco’s Argument FOR Miitomo • The Summer of the JRPG • Manga Reviews: Nisekoi Vol. 14, Your Lie in April Vol. 7

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Polygon

Owen S. Good

Splatoon's Squid Sisters are the two newest amiibo

The duo arrive in July

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Attila Nagy on Gizmodo, shared by Mike Fahey to Kotaku

Here's How Spacecraft Dashboards Evolved, and Where They're Headed 

When you drive, the second most important thing you should keep your eyes on is the dashboard of your car (the first thing being the road). In space, however, it’s the controls that are the most essential for navigating and operating your spacecraft. From Gagarin to Scott Kelly, here’s a brief visual history of the human-spacecraft interface.

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Polygon

Nick Robinson

CoolGames Inc: Building the ultimate kissing liquid physics simulator

It's time for another episode of CoolGames Inc, the "comedy" "podcast" where each week we churn through your silly game ideas, pick our favorite, and flesh it out until it almost resembles a video game!

This week, we update Rockstar's Bully for 2016, go deep on sprinkle transportation, and finally capture those great white whales of game development: good-looking kissing and good-looking drinking.

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Kotaku

Mike Fahey

The Splatoon Amiibo We've Been Waiting For

Unlocking new in-game challenges is nice and all, but where are the Amiibo that unlock new musical numbers? They’re Callie and Marie, Splatoon’s Squid Sisters, and they’ll be hitting stores on July 8.

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Shep McAllister on Deals, shared by Shep McAllister to Kotaku

Saturday's Best Deals: Running Shoes, Harmony Remotes, Blood Pressure Monitor, and More

Running shoes, universal remotes, and metal detectors lead off Saturday’s best deals.

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Kotaku

Brendan Sinclair

This Week In The Business: Lowered NX-pectations

QUOTE | “The challenge is that the roadmap for a successful Nintendo console is unclear.”—EEDAR analyst Patrick Walker, suggesting that Mario, Zelda and the like won’t be enough of a unique selling point to move the NX on their own.

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Polygon

Owen S. Good

Madden NFL 16 is free this weekend on Xbox One

It's got a high motor, big upside, good Wonderlic score ...

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Polygon

Owen S. Good

See gameplay from 1666: Amsterdam, by the director of the first two Assassin's Creeds

Rights to the project reverted to Patrice Desilets this week, but it is not in development

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Nathan Grayson on Steamed, shared by Kirk Hamilton to Kotaku

Valve Steps Up Counter-Strike's Anti-Cheat Measures

Counter-Strike is one of the biggest competitive shooters on Earth, so of course, would-be cheaters flock to it like thieves to an Uncharted 4 delivery truck .

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