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Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: The Official AniTAY Fall 2018 Sequel Guide • A Fool Of A Fascist • Pippin - A Blow To The Ego • Down The Drain - Pinball Arcade’s Tables Through The Ages: The 90's (Bally) • I Owe Yakuza 6: The Song of Life An Apology [Spoilers]

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Giving Up What You Love • The Music I Would Use For An Elite Beat Agents 2 • I Was (Mostly) Wrong About The Future Diary • My Love For A Song Went To Wholly Unexpected Places • The Lament Of A Newbie Figure Collector

Warped Pipes: A Super Mario Timeline Project Warped Pipes: A Super Mario Timeline Project

Welcome to Warped Pipes, a new series of articles I’ll be writing about the Super Mario video game franchise. In this series, I’ll be diving deep into the stories and lore of the Super Mario games with the goal of, at long last, creating a coherent canonical timeline for the franchise. Sound ridiculous? It will be.

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: What Exactly Does Lovecraftian Mean And How Does It Affect Video Games? • Reviews Of: Broken Age, The Framed Collection, And Serial Cleaner • The Theme For Gintama OP 3 Is A Breezy Alt-Rock Highlight • My First Experience With redditgifts

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: The Titanfall 2 Campaign Hype Is Sorta Real • A Profound Waste of Time Is Just That; Or, The Most Thoughtful Thing I’ve Kickstarted • Down The Drain - Pinball Arcade’s Table Through The Ages: The 80's, Pt. 2 • Confession: I Like Bad Edgy Things

Toonami's Expansion is Potentially Awesome, But Might Crash and Burn Toonami's Expansion is Potentially Awesome, But Might Crash and Burn

Ever since coming back from the dead in 2012, Toonami has been a fixture on Saturday nights on Adult Swim. The greatest action block ever created that’s been building you a better cartoon show for 20 years has grown significantly since its revival to become a fixture on the Adult Swim half of Cartoon Network.

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Spacemon: Frontier - Chapter 31: Crime Lord in the Club and Chapter 32: Creatures of the Canopy Caverns! • Finding an Unexpected Spirit Animal in iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls • What Games Could Appear On A Game Color Classic Edition?

Good News: David Pittman of Minor Key Games Says New Content Coming to Eldritch in Future Update Good News: David Pittman of Minor Key Games Says New Content Coming to Eldritch in Future Update

Eldritch, a delightful first-person action game that mixes up roguelike and immersive sim elements with the writings of H. P. Lovecraft and Minecraft-esque graphics, released way back in 2013.

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Fallout, Or How To Make A Post-Apocalyptic World • Preview: Mega Man 11 • What I Listen To While Working • I Love Playing Games On A Plane • What Is The Best Way To Recommend Something?

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: FirstLook Festival - My First Gaming Convention • The Methodology Of Starting To Play A Gacha Game • The Dynamic Camera In My Hero: One’s Justice Is A Promising Idea • Developer Diary: Day 25, Day 26, Day 27 and Day 28

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Aether’s Favorite Anisongs From Spring 2018 • She Kills Monsters - In Which I Was Straight-Up Gandalf • The Visually Stunning (Non-Gundam) Mobile Suits Of Gundam • Picking It Apart And Staring At Your Phone

What Exactly Does Lovecraftian Mean And How Does It Affect Video Games? What Exactly Does Lovecraftian Mean And How Does It Affect Video Games?

Lovecraftian is a term referencing the literary works of horror author H. P. Lovecraft. It’s a word you’ve almost certainly heard if you play horror video games. Searching the term on Steam alone produces a whopping 220 hits. The problem is, there is a lot of confusion about what exactly Lovecraftian means.

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: I Have Become Everything I Have Ever Hated • Remembering The Value Of Practice • King’s Knight Could Not Escape The Wrath Of The Dark Dragon • Reviews Of: Brutal Legend, The Red Strings Club, And Tyranny

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Koda’s Summer 2018 Anime Progress Report • Reviews Of Observer, Tacoma, And The Bridge • Down The Drain: Pinball Arcade’s Tables Through The Ages: The 80's, Pt. 1 • The Hurdles Of Gaming In Another Language • Oh Lord, What Have I Done?

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: The Yakuza Series Has Quite A Few Great Music Pieces • Ignoring The Main Story In Battletech, Pt. 5: Asterix And Obelix • The Messenger Review • What Games Could Appear On A Gameboy Classic Edition? • Developer Diary: Day 22, Day 23, And Day 24

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: It Took Less Than Two Hours For Battlefield V To Make Me Uninstall It • SNK Reveals its New Game Soon - Plausible Possibilities And Preposterous Prospects • Yakuza Kiwami 2 Has Reminded Me Why I Love The Yakuza Series [Spoilers]

SNK Reveals Its New Game in 3 Days - Plausible Possibilities and Prepostrous Prospects SNK Reveals Its New Game in 3 Days - Plausible Possibilities and Prepostrous Prospects

As is tradition with all major Japanese developers and publishers, SNK decided that an announcement of a countdown to the announcement was the best way to state that they have a new game. These kind of things are popular in Japan though we in North America have often derisively dismissed them. That being said, we were…

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Slaughter Precedes Laughter: Minecraft Family Showdown • How To Contain Gloomhaven • Are Games Collectible? • Droppin’ A Gacha Game To Own The Main Trash Character • The Fun Of Small Dubber Pools • The Delgados is All Gunslinger Girl Needs

Slaughter Precedes Laughter: Minecraft Family Showdown Slaughter Precedes Laughter: Minecraft Family Showdown

The past few days have been rainy and dismal where I live, but around 10 yesterday morning there was a break in the weather. As the sun peaked out from behind the clouds, my daughter rushed to equip her helmet and pads. I lugged her bike up from the basement and threw on a baseball hat. We had the best of intentions…

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: What Games Could Appear On A Nintendo 64 Classic Edition? • What Incredibles 2 Does Better Than Other Super Hero Movies • How TAY Was My Gateway To A Band Discovery • Reviews Of Uurnog, Hue, And Deponia Doomsday

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