Hottest Events of the Week from Scott Pilgrim to TLOU 2

Gamers are a passionate bunch and we are no exception. These are the week’s most interesting looks at the wild, wonderful, and sometimes weird world of video game news.

Scott Pilgrim Anime Reaction, Explained

Ramona wipes her mirror after it gets fogged.

Picture: netflix

Scott Pilgrim Takes OffThe new animated series based on Bryan Lee O’Malley’s comics is out on Netflix. The eight-episode series reunites the voice cast of the 2010 live-action film Scott Pilgrim vs The World and is a hilarious mix of the series’ quick wit and well-measured pop culture references. All this seems like a recipe for success, right? Well, the situation is a little more complicated. Read more

New Division Game Has a Feature That Every Game Should Play

One image shows Division characters in fast forward.

Picture: Ubisoft/Kotaku

Ubisoft’s new Divide The game hasn’t been released yet, as it’s still in beta testing and won’t be officially released until 2024. But after trying the beta, I already want a feature in the upcoming game to be standard in every video game I play in the future. . Read more

ChatGPT’s Future Has Turned into a Circus [Update]

Sam Altman appears at the OpenAI Dev conference with a clown emjoi instead of a face.

Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Apple/Kotaku (Getty Images)

OpenAI is research The organization behind ChatGPTchatbot produced by artificial intelligence, which took the internet by storm last year with its capacity awkward conversations with tech journalists. It’s at the heart of Microsoft’s big bet on productive AI tools Transforming the world, playing games and moreand is now at risk of imploding after CEO Sam Altman was mysteriously ousted by OpenAI’s board and Twitch co-founder Emmett Shear was desperately hired to replace him. Here’s everything you really need Knowing OpenAI To appreciate how awful the last few days have been. Read more

Kotaku Asks: How Soon Is It Soon for a Video Game Remaster or Remake?

A screenshot shows Joel looking at Ellie in The Last of Us Part II.

Screenshot: PlayStation / Naughty Dog

How long before it becomes acceptable to remaster or even remake a game? 10 years? 15 years? What about three years or so? Is there enough time between the original and the remaster? That’s what’s going to happen early next year as Naughty Dog remasters it for 2020. The Last of Us Part II. Read more

I’m So Sick of Crossover ‘Skins’ Interfering with Video Games

One image shows a collage of crossover video game skins from Destiny, Payday, and Rainbow Six.

Picture: Xbox / Epic Games / Bungie / Overkill Software / Kotaku

Another day, another big video game crossover. This time it’s Bungie’s online looter shooter. Destiny 2, adding Witcher 3-the armor that inspired his digital store. Are you excited? I am not. In reality, I’m really tired Every brand mixes with each other.It’s like he’s preparing the world’s worst stew, regardless of whether it makes sense or is necessary. Read more

Admit It, You Don’t Understand Skill-Based Matchmaking (And Neither Do I)

A man and a woman stand in front of the Modern Warfare III leaderboard, scratching their heads in confusion.

Picture: Kotaku / Asier Romero / Luis Molinero (Shutterstock)

Every time a new blockbuster first-person shooter is released, gamers are quick to argue once again about how multiplayer matches are run and the algorithmic systems that determine who plays against whom and when. latest version Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III This is no exception; Players started flocking to the multiplayer servers shortly after they opened on November 10 reddit, X (Twitter)and complaining about the quality (or perceived lack thereof) of Activision’s matchmaking everywhere in between. But as with so many issues in the gaming industry, there is a serious lack of nuance and true understanding here. Read more

I can’t miss What’s left of us If He Won’t Leave

Main art for The Last of Us Part II Remastered featuring Ellie and Abby.

Picture: naughty dog

Remember it took us seven years to have something new What’s left of us Is it a game? Remember when there was a question about whether Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic action game would get a sequel, because The ending was deliberately so vague and suggestive that?

Now it seems like we can’t go a year without reminding you that Sony thinks as many people as possible should experience this series, with those involved with the HBO adaptation praising the game as follows: border of absurdity. Now one rearrangement The Last of Us Part IIAnd it feels like we’re reaching the top The Last of Us burnout Read more

This Modern Warfare 3 Gameplay Feature Spices Up a Weak Campaign

This Modern Warfare 3 Gameplay Feature Spices Up a Weak Campaign

Open Combat Missions are a new idea worth carrying into the future Call of Duty games.



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