Steins;Gate is an amazingly well-written time travel adventure. It is also one of the best visual novels ever made. New adventure Steins;Gate 0 lives up to the original in nearly every possible way.
For over four years, I have spent every free moment either writing or thinking about video games and anime for the crazy world that is Kotaku. And frankly, moving on is the hardest thing I’ve ever done.
This is the heart warming tale of Rose, her golem friend, and Rose’s many horrible, brutal, gore-filled deaths.
Do you remember all those taboo rumors you heard in school about the opposite sex that nobody ever really knew if they were true or not—not even members of the opposite sex?
Like with the original Dragon Quest Heroes last year, the sequel Dragon Quest Heroes II, is taking many of the franchise’s most popular characters and is giving them an HD makeover.
As we ride through the back end of this anime season, now’s the perfect time to jam out to some of the best opening and ending theme songs it has to offer.
Project Diva X has a few things you wouldn’t expect in a Hatsune Miku game—like a bit plot and a nice helping of strategy.
Months ago, when the first trailer for Terra Formars painted the live action film as a comedy, I expected it to be terrible. Unsurprisingly, it is—though not in the ways I expected back then. ...Okay, not JUST in the ways I expected back then.
Dragon Quest and Dynasty Warriors Collide Once Again in Dragon Quest Heroes II. So join me as I kill every slime in existence.
Ever dreamed of finding yourself as the destined hero of a JRPG-style world? KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World has fun showing you why that might not be as fantastic as you’d think—and to great comedic effect.
Pyscho-Pass is a popularly and critically acclaimed cyberpunk anime with two seasons and a film under its belt. The midquel visual novel Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness certainly lives up to all that has come before.
It’s the mid-point of the Spring anime season and the perfect time to take a look at which of the season’s 58 new anime you absolutely should not miss.
In an age saturated with zombie movies and TV shows, I Am a Hero does something I thought impossible: It makes zombies terrifying again.
The world’s top virtual songstress is back in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X—a game with 30 songs (including all new medleys). Take a listen!
Rakugo, the art of traditional Japanese storytelling, has existed for over 1000 years. Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju uses the modern day world of Rakugo to tell a story of love, loss, and tragedy through the life of Japan’s last great storyteller.
I mean, he does kill an awful lot of innocent people.
Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness is my first Star Ocean game. And if this one is par for the course, I’m not too interested in playing another.
Come join me as everyone’s favorite pink puff ball tries to protect Dreamland from robotic invaders.
Meanwhile in Japan, Nintendo continues its invasion of the mobile phone market with Pokémon Co-Master.
Hey there all you TAYers, Ani-TAYers, and everyone else who has stumbled across this post. We’re well into spring, so it’s time to ask: What are the best anime of the spring 2016 season?