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Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Kotor 2: Visas Marr - In The Shadow Of Our Pale Comparison • The Co-Op Mechanics In Pokemon Let’s Go Are...Actually Really Fun? • Milton Bradley - Bandai Vectrex [TV commercial, JP] • Developer Journal: Day 60

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Is A Weird And Inconsistent Game And I Kind Of Love It • Under The Bright Lights • TAY Retro: Milton Bradley - Vectrex [TV Commercial, Finland] • Developer Journal: Day 59

Warped Pipes: At Long Last, Let's Talk About Super Mario Bros. Warped Pipes: At Long Last, Let's Talk About Super Mario Bros.

Welcome back to Warped Pipes, the series where I sort through the Super Mario video game franchise in order to create a timeline of events. Today marks an especially important entry as I’ll be looking into what is, arguably, the most influential game in the long-running series. If you are new to Warped Pipes, I…

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: The Geek Empress Over-analyzes The Detective Pikachu Trailer • Fallout 76...Isn’t A Fallout Game • TAY Retro: Atari 5200 - Atari 5200 vs Colecovision [TV Commercial, NA]

The co-op mechanics in Pokémon Let's go are...actually really fun? The co-op mechanics in Pokémon Let's go are...actually really fun?

I’ve had a hankering for a good, old fashioned pokémon game now for quite some time. The same sort of itch you get when it’s been about one and a half years since you last played Minecraft. You know that you won’t really get anything fresh or new out of it, but you still miss it.

I Cry Every Time: Final Fantasy IX – Ending I Cry Every Time: Final Fantasy IX – Ending

This post is part of a Pastime Zone series called “I Cry Every Time”, or ICET (Ice-Tea) for short. The goal of this series is to highlight scenes in various media that have caused me to cry, weep, bawl, or shed a lone tear in response to an emotional state brought upon by the scene (not by any physical pain or…

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Warped Pipes: Remembering That Time Mario Went To War in Mario’s Bombs Away • More Than A Payday 2 Mod: Overkill’s The Walking Dead Beta Impressions • Spacemon: Frontier - Ch 36: Journey Into The Jungle

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Some Thoughts On Dark Souls Remastered for Nintendo Switch • Godspeed, Soldier • The Switch Came Back! • TAY Retro: Intellivision - Intellivision II [TV Commercial, NA]

Warped Pipes: The Story So Far Warped Pipes: The Story So Far

In the next Warped Pipes article, we will see everything change in Super Mario Bros. Before discussing that series-defining game, I want to briefly summarize the story as it stands and examine how we get to Mario and Luigi saving the Mushroom Kingdom. Keep in mind that this is all my own interpretation and, while I…

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Fallout 76, Online Survival Games And Expectations • Yes, I Do Think Netflix Is Trying To Kill Its Marvel Shows • Developer Journal: Day 58 • TAY Retro: Atari 2600 - Raiders of the Lost Ark [TV Commercial, NA]

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Spacemon: Frontier - Chapter 35: The Serpent of the Subterranean Lake • Kreia’s Conundrums - Imperfections And Elective Slavery • TAY Retro: Atari 2600 - “Elisabeth Shue” BOGO [TV Commercial, NA] • Developer Journal: Day 57

How Mass Effect Made Me Question Sexuality in Games How Mass Effect Made Me Question Sexuality in Games

Commander Shepard is, in my opinion, one of the most important characters in gaming. This is because of how much you the player shapes them. From their origins to their appearance and of course their decisions, you take what is essentially a stock action story protagonist and flesh them out throughout your play. After…

Analyzing the Mythology Behind the Persona 3/4/5 Antagonists Analyzing the Mythology Behind the Persona 3/4/5 Antagonists

My over 300 hours worth of adventures through Atlus’ recent Persona games (sorry Persona 1 and 2 fans, for now) have clearly given me a lot to think and write about here. Whether it’s the friendships, a deductive process, a specific heart-warming scene, comparing the games, or real-world collectibles, it may seem like…

Warped Pipes: How Exactly Does Wrecking Crew Fit Into the Mario Timeline? Warped Pipes: How Exactly Does Wrecking Crew Fit Into the Mario Timeline?

You’re reading Warped Pipes, the series where I try my darndest to put all of the Super Mario games in order, one by one. This time, I’ll be deconstructing...

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Xbox Game Pass vs PlayStation Now - A Comparative Analysis • Developer Journal: Day 56 • TAY Retro: Atari 2600 - G.I. Joe [TV Commercial, NA] • Warped Pipes: How Does Donkey Kong 3 Fit Into The Mario Timeline

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Gravity Rush Was Covertly A Great Superhero Origin Game • I Cry Every Time: Final Fantasy XV - The Last Campfire • TAY Retro: Atari 2600 - Atari 2600 [TV Commercial, BR] • Developer Journal: Day 55

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Netflix’s Castlevania Season 2 Is A Hellishly Good Time • Dead Space: Ten Years Later And Still Fantastic • Developer Journal: Day 54 • TAY Retro: Colecovision - “Make Two Kids Happy” [TV Commercial, NA]

Warped Pipes: I Guess We Need to Talk About Donkey Kong Hockey Warped Pipes: I Guess We Need to Talk About Donkey Kong Hockey

You’re reading Warped Pipes, the series where I try to deconvolute the story of the long running Super Mario video game franchise. This time around, we are getting our sticks and heading to the field in...

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Down The Drain: Pinball Arcade’s Tables Through The Ages: Present Day • Smash Talk! Ep 3: Thoughts About The November Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct • Developer Journal: Day 53 • TAY Retro: Colecovision - CBS Colecovision [TV Commercial, UK]

I Cry Every Time: Final Fantasy XV – The Last Campfire I Cry Every Time: Final Fantasy XV – The Last Campfire

This post is part of a Pastime Zone series called “I Cry Every Time”, or ICET (Ice-Tea) for short. The goal of this series is to highlight scenes in games, anime, TV shows, movies, books, etc. that have caused me to cry, weep, bawl, or shed a lone tear in response to an emotional state brought upon by the scene (not…

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