Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: The Quiet Side Of Borderlands • My Ring Fit Adventure Adventure Part 1: My Body Was Not Ready • TAY Retro: Famicom - Disk System [TV Commercial, JP]
Welcome to the Open Forum, hosted by Kotaku’s reader-run blog, TAY. Feel free to join in the topic discussion, or talk about anything here. Is this is your first time on TAY? If you want to you can introduce yourself here. If you want to write and share your own stuff on TAY then make sure to read this TAYTorial! You…
Late TAY Retro: Mega Drive | “Mega Drive Shock” | TV Commercial (JP)
O Maidens in Your Savage Season, the latest work penned by esteemed writer Mari Okada, took AniTAY by storm last season. Not only did it have that distinctive Okada style, it also dared to seriously engage in subjects rarely broached by anime. Many of us found O Maidens’ take on teen sexuality refreshing and its story…
Late TAY Retro: PC Engine | (邪聖剣ネクロマンサー) Jaseiken Necromancer | TV Commercial (JP)
Welcome to another exciting installment of Spacemon, the tale of a Pokemon TRPG campaign! This is a spinoff of the sci-fi space epic played using the Pokemon Tabletop United (PTU) system, this time GMed by yours truly. You can get caught up on the entire Spacemon saga here!
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Kreia’s Conundrums - The Infantile Delusion of Morality • Maquia: When The Promised Flower Blooms Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review • TAY Retro: Famicom - Tatakai no Banka (Trojan) [TV Commercial, JP]
Late TAY Retro: Sega | Mega Drive | TV Commercial (JP)
I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of folklore. A mix and match of ideas, stories, legends, and myths, that get passed from generation to generation, deeply rooted in tradition. It is a fundamental part of human culture and the stories we tell our kids can teach you as much about one’s culture as any history…
Late TAY Retro: Amiga | “Have You Got What It Takes?” | TV Commercial (UK?)
I purchased a second copy of Return of the Obra Dinn when it released on Switch recently and played through the entire game in two days. It was another incredible experience and it elicited the same feeling of visiting an old friend that I get when re-reading a favorite book.