On one hand, Injustice 2 delivers a funhouse-mirror take on DC Comics' biggest characters, exploring the characters in intriguingly divergent ways. On the other hand, because it's a fighting game, all the story needs to do is keep generating reasons for former Justice Leaguers to punch each other across the world. Injustice 2 gets to have its cake and eat it, too, and makes you want to keep on gorging right along alongside it.
To celebrate the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes — starting June 3 at the Powerhouse Museum — Gizmodo (Team Sherlock) is taking on our temporary arch-nemeses from Kotaku (Team Moriarty) in a very special Sherlock-themed escape room challenge. Watch live to see who's smarter, who's more cunning and who reigns supreme in a battle of wits.
Video: Try as the universe might, Futurama's a property that seemingly can't be killed — or at least stay dead for very long. Even though the show's been officially off the air since 2013, Futurama's getting yet another chance at life in the form of a Worlds of Tomorrow, a mobile video game that picks up after the series' finale.
Video: It's only May, but there's a good chance we've already found our song of the winter. Eclectic Method is back with another pop culture mashup, but this time he's created an incredibly catchy drum and bass earworm by painstakingly assembling the sounds of video game weapons being fired and reloaded.
Nintendo's questionable supply chain strategies mean there are still gamers trying to get their hands on a Switch, two months after its release. But why bother trying to hunt down another console when the smartphone in your pocket can already do almost everything the Switch can — with a few upgrades.
Remember Words With Friends? Expect to have a whole flood of new invites to play via Messenger, with Facebook revealing its new gaming push on the service.
Speaking with Gizmodo, Facebook revealed a plan to include advertising ("its already possible") and microtransactions ("something we are working on") to be implemented for developers "within six to nine months".
"Wildlife" is a very big jigsaw puzzle. Clocking in 33,600 pieces, it ranks among the largest manufactured jigsaw puzzles in the world and will set you back almost 400 bucks. But if you think it's hard enough to do on its own, imagine turning it into a stop motion movie of classic video games while you assemble it.