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Football: The Kotaku Review

Football: The Kotaku Review

If Football—that is, the American National Football League football—used the same naming scheme as “Dungeons & Dragons,” we’d call it “Beer Commercials & Cheerleaders.”Read more...
Fifty Shades Darker Review: Love Is Still a Pain for Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson

Fifty Shades Darker Review: Love Is Still a Pain for Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson

Early on in Fifty Shades Darker, the second installment in America’s most popular S&M movie franchise, Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) presents an intriguing little erotic thingamabob — silver balls

The Big Short

I find myself thinking a great deal lately about Mary Svevo, the character from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind who has had her memory erased but who loves quotations. She rattles off lines from
REVIEW: Samsung's Chromebook Pro marks the beginning of the end for Windows

REVIEW: Samsung's Chromebook Pro marks the beginning of the end for Windows

Taking over the world isn’t easy, but Google is well on its way. The company’s Android platform is still in its infancy in the grand scheme of things, and yet smart thinking on Google’s part caused
Lenovo ThinkCentre X1 All-in-One Windows 10 PC Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre X1 All-in-One Windows 10 PC Review

Lenovo’s popular X1 lineup has grown substantially over the years, and one of the newest products to flesh out its wares is the ThinkCentre X1, an all-in-one Windows desktop PC comprised of a single
Doom: The Board Game: The Kotaku Review

Doom: The Board Game: The Kotaku Review

I never thought we’d get a faithful board game adaptation of Doom, of all things, but here we are: Fantasy Flight’s latest dungeon crawler plays just like the heavy metal first-person shooter, only
A View to a Kill

A View to a Kill

What is a lemming, exactly? Most of us, I’m guessing, could name few of its basic biological attributes. (It’s a rodent weighing one to four ounces and measuring three to six inches in length that
Pixie review: Finding stuff is now a game

Pixie review: Finding stuff is now a game

Even before Pokemon Go became one of the most popular smartphone apps of all time, it was clear that augmented reality is going to become a pretty big deal. It's still just getting started, but there
Nioh: The Kotaku Review

Nioh: The Kotaku Review

On first glance, Nioh does not seem remarkable. A generic looking action RPG in the vein of Dark Souls, Nioh seems more like a lost Playstation 2 curiosity than a killer AAA exclusive. Ignoring it
Only Human

Only Human

In October of 1994, Wired magazine ran a feature about a new Californian subculture, cheerfully titled “MEET THE EXTROPIANS.” Extropianism, the article enthused, was a philosophy of transcendence.
For Honor: The Kotaku Review

For Honor: The Kotaku Review

I’ve chopped, smashed, and stabbed more medieval bodies in the past few days than I can count. I’ve also been cut open, impaled, and beheaded more times than I care to admit. Kill and be killed—that’s
Clutch Chairz Throttle Review: The Sports Car Of Supersized Gaming Chairs

Clutch Chairz Throttle Review: The Sports Car Of Supersized Gaming Chairs

Just because you are a bigger-than-normal person doesn’t mean you can’t get a gaming chair that looks and feels like you salvaged it from a wrecked race car. Clutch Chairz’ Throttle gaming chair is
LG Watch Style review: The Pixel of Android Wear watches

LG Watch Style review: The Pixel of Android Wear watches

The Watch Style is the lower-end of the two smartwatches LG has just released in conjunction with Google. It's not particularly handsome, it's not particularly feature-packed, and at $249, it's not
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Kotaku Review

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Kotaku Review

For years now, the latest console generation has been coasting on the idea that more raw power means better games. The PS4’s newest exclusive, Horizon Zero Dawn, is the rare game that delivers on that
LG Watch Sport review: The right smartwatch for the wrong audience

LG Watch Sport review: The right smartwatch for the wrong audience

Google and LG set out to build a pair of watches to launch Android Wear 2.0. What resulted were two wildly divergent products that make no attempt to hit the middle ground. Richard reviewed the Watch
Halo Wars 2: The Kotaku Review

Halo Wars 2: The Kotaku Review

The nice thing about Halo Wars 2 is that it works.Read more...
The Eye of the Beholder

The Eye of the Beholder

Just after April Fools’ Day in 1922, Hermann Rorschach, a psychologist who used a collection of symmetrical inkblots to treat patients with manic depression and schizophrenia, died of appendicitis in
Xiaomi Mi Note 2 review: Chasing perfection, but falling just shy of it

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 review: Chasing perfection, but falling just shy of it

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle created quite a gaping wound in the Android world. A lot of people loved that phone, some even ridiculously calling it "perfect." The recalls and eventual
Lenovo IdeaPad 510S Windows 10 Laptop Review

Lenovo IdeaPad 510S Windows 10 Laptop Review

The spring semester is well underway, and perhaps you’re realizing it’s time for a new laptop. The market is full of general purpose laptops, the kind you can use for school, work, and fun and not

LG Watch Style Review

MWC is here and that means we should get a new wave of Android Wear devices over the coming weeks that tempt us into parting ways with hundreds of dollars for the honor of being attached at the wrist