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​The Graveyard Shift - Talk It Out

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Hey everyone! Welcome to the Graveyard Shift, the nightly hang-out hosted by Kotaku's reader-run blog, TAY. This is a place to talk about anything - your lives, your gaming habits, or whatever else you desire. Hop on in and join the discussion! When you're done here, you could always go check out the articles over at TAY or TAYClassic! Or, if this is your first time at TAY, please check out this TUTorial!


I'm not the biggest fan of Pokemon, TAY, but when I heard there was a shiny Gengar being handed out at Gamestop recently, I had to go get one. I kind of felt bad because I feel like it was all a promotion to get people into the store, but all I did was pick up the code and leave. It's not like my budget could allow for any more random game purchases lately, with Bayonetta 2 and Fantasy Life coming out in a couple of days, plus I needed to buy something for that one weekly series... Still, I guess it couldn't be helped. Oh, the things we put ourselves through for shinies.

There's just so much going on lately in the gaming world these past couple of months in the year. So many releases, so many promotions, so much DLC and everything flying every which way, it's hard to keep track of it all. As an example, I recently found out that Costume Quest 2 was released over a week ago, and I had no clue it was even coming out—I thought it was delayed or something.


I'm sure you all know how crowded things are without having to talk about it, though, so we'll just keep the topic open for tonight—Feel free to talk about life, love, gaming, or whatever else you desire. The Wednesday Graveyard Shift is now open!

Also, be sure to check out some of TAY's fantastic features, such as:

P.S.: Game Night is tonight, so don't forget to check that out. They're doing all sorts of crazy stuff.

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