Do you like Quizzing? Do you like Bowling? Well then the arbitrarily named TAY Quiz Bowl may be up your alley. For this time round we will learn from previous mistakes and make teams dynamic duos vs. 4 per.
Late TAY Retro: Famicom | Super Mario Bros. | TV Commercial (JP)
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Dragon Ball Super: Broly - Dragon Ball At Its Finest (Spoiler Free Review) • 2018: My Favorite Stuff • The Amazing Music Of 10 Games I Played In 2018 • Warped Pipes: Let’s Get Weird With Super Mario Bros. - The Lost Levels
I have always had a problem with completing single player games. I am in the habit of starting a game, putting a few hours into it, then setting it down and picking up the next game. There are not many instances where I have started a game and then proceeded to finish it. In 2018, I probably played more than 100…
It’s still winter, last I checked. In fact, we’ve got two more months of it left. Depending on where you live, there’s snow on the ground. Frosty breaths may be the norm. So why, then, are these trees in Animal Crossing’s universe trying to act like it isn’t really freaking cold outside?
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Late TAY Retro: Famicom | Balloon Fight and Ice Climber | TV Commercial (JP)
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Dragon Ball Super: Broly is a triumphant and tragic revamping of one of the franchise’s most divisive characters • Squadaloo’s 2018 In Gaming • AniTAY’s Top Anime of 2018: Part Three! The Top 10
I know I’ve been late to get to know of this gem, but when Epic games release What Remains of Edith Finch for free last week, I’ve lost any excuse not to try it. And since I’ve dabbled with various walking simulators before, What Remains of Edith Finch has been on my radar for a while now.
Fall’s SSSS.Gridman wasn’t the most-watched anime on television (internet?) last season. However, it was extremely popular around these parts, winning our authors’ pick for hidden gem of the year and even making it into our top 10 list. Nonetheless, the question remains: why did we like it? As an answer, five of us…
Welcome back to Warped Pipes, the series where I sort out the order of events in the continuing epic we call the Super Mario franchise. This time around, things get clinical in...
I am now 25 hours into Pokémon Let’s Go (Eevee) and have to admit that I’m largely continuing out of inertia. I purchased the game because I love RPGs (though I almost exclusively play the pen-and-paper variety), had just completed Octopath Traveler, and was looking for a more low-key game as…
From the moment they spoke about The Outer Worlds, I’ve been weirdly devoid of hype.
Late TAY Retro: Sega SG-1000 | Ninja Princess | TV Commercial (JP)
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Video Game EXXXpense Report: 2018 • My Favorite Anime Themes of 2018 • A List of Music Pieces From Your Lie in April • Dark Aether’s Favorite Anisongs of Fall 2018 • TAY Retro: Multiplatform - Quest For Tires [TV Commercial, NA]
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Just going to break these out and make this brief.
Role-playing games often have a fairly complex relationship to the choices of the player.
Late TAY Retro: Sega Master System | Master System “What Level Are You At?” | TV Commercial (NA)