I was thinking recently about how, other than exceptions for fare like Game of Thrones or Mad Men (or watching my box set of Gossip Girl for the 5th time), my television watching is exclusively anime. “Does this make me close-minded?” I wondered. A few years ago I casually told a friend I needed a new anime to watch… »
Oh ho ho Taykins, you didn’t think you’d be rid of me and my Run Club posts just because....Run Club ended, did you? »
Welcome back to Progress Report. Your weekly place to fill everyone in on how much of a slacker you aren’t.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on PC has seen its release date come forward from September 14th to September 1st, bringing it in line with the console release dates. »
Welcome to our monthly TAY Game Night Schedule! It’s that time in which we all yell about games we want to play and then argue over which time is most/least convenient in the comments. »
Off I go once again to uncertain, Internet-less destinations. But not quietly, never quietly, never without some sort of TAY parting gift... »
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Continuing our busy summer, my wife and I went to the Tampa Bay Comic Convention yesterday. And outside of one hiccup, it was a blast. »
Launching on 7th October in Europe, Australia and New Zealand and 9th October in UK and Ireland. No word on an American release date. »
If you’re reading this with any interest, odds are you’ve heard of Rare. Their legacy is still most closely tied to Nintendo’s not-so-glorious days, thanks to a bear, a bird, and a backpack. It’s been a long time since then, and a reunion is in order. Fortunately, these classics have aged quite well. »
If you are not already subscribed to Aaox’s youtube channel, you should look into fixing that. He doesn’t post all that often, any where from a couple times a month to every few months, but the wait is well worth it. His game and anime reviews are excellent and it doesn’t hurt that he has just the right accent and dry… »
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Rocket League: The TAY Review • Ulrezaj Could be The Dark Archon We Need in Heroes of the Storm • Grex’s Time of Eve Review • Freedom Fighters and the Forgotten Sequel • 5 Songs I Listen To Which Get Me Going in the Morning »
So Paul’s Boutique is the second Beastie Boys album. When they were super popular because of “Fight for your Right to Party” they decided to just carry that thing forward, that energy. But they decided to make an album as a follow up that was true to what they were. »
Hello, all! NotGoodForYou here with another one of my amazing, totally-not-bought review. It’s been a while since I last did one of these, isn’t it? Well, I have a reason for that.
Game companies stopped paying me to make their games look good
Somehow all of my game consoles (all 4 of them!) burned their graphics… »
With the story on Kotaku that Final Fantasy XII may finally be getting a long overdue remaster and of course the megaton announcement at the last E3 that Final Fantasy VII will be getting a full on remake I think it’s as good a time as any to personally rank all the main line Final Fantasy games. For the record this… »
She is the best in her field as a fighter and as it turns out she’s super serious about her Pokemans. I’d hate to run into her in tall grass.
The plot of a game has always been something that separates it from everything else and what helps sell the product. It is one of the holy trinity that comes together to create coherent games. besides gameplay, and graphics. Games can be great even if it doesn’t have a story, or gameplay or graphics as long as the… »