My favourite games found inside games of 2018.
Though not as popular as they once were, flight simulators are still a popular genre, one that’s home to some of the most realistic physics and hardcore fans around.
2017 was a strange year. Thankfully, it was also a year of many fantastic games. Here are some of my favourites.
We downloaded, we installed, we played. We nominated, we debated, we decided.
For the 10th year in a row (!), I’ve tallied the games I played in the past 12 months and have counted the ones I’ve “finished.” It’s clear that it’s time for some changes.
It is time again to go through my favourite games of the year. I promise they’re not all JRPGs.
Lots of things got shaken up in the comics I enjoyed from the last twelve months, with characters and themes getting re-invented, resurrected and repurposed in surprising or clever ways.
*may not be every single game
I never felt like I had a shortage of cool things to play at any given moment, but when I sat down to pick my top ten, I wasn’t all that overwhelmed by my options.
Let us praise a thing that matters a lot in video games: the quality of an in-game map.
This year a cool thing happened: most of my favourite games were ones I’d never even heard of until I played them.
Here we are again. It’s December. It’s time to look back at the year in Kotaku East that was. You ready? I know I sure am.
There have been more than a few great anime this past year. But now, as the year comes to a close, it’s time to look back one last time and pick the five best anime series of 2015.
2015 has been a weird year for me and video games.
It was a damn shame Rise of the Tomb Raider came out on the same day as Fallout 4, wasn’t it?
It was a hell of a year for video games, a wonderful mixture of long-awaited games living up to their potential, and unexpected delights that completely snuck up on me.