Tokyo Ghoul: The Ani-TAY Review

Ken Kaneki is a quiet and reserved bookworm who manages to score a date with a stunningly beautiful girl named Rize Kamishiro, who is also an avid reader. Kaneki treats Rize to dinner, in more ways than he intended. For you see, Rize is a ghoul, a type of humanoid creature that feeds on the flesh of humans. And… » 9/18/14 11:50pm Yesterday 11:50pm

The Graveyard Shift: "Five More Minutes" Edition

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… » 9/18/14 8:47pm Yesterday 8:47pm

Azure Striker Gunvolt: The TAY Review

When I heard about Azure Striker Gunvolt, I was excited. For years now, the guys at Inti Creates has been making great games like Mega Man Zero and ZX, and to hear that they would finally step out of Capcom's shadow and publish their own game was nothing but great news for me. Now that they've put out an eShop game,… » 9/18/14 3:30pm Yesterday 3:30pm

I Own, Unquestionably, The World's Weirdest Pokemon Collection

No, I cannot compete with the people who have somehow collected every piece of Pokemon merchandise on the planet. I often struggle to remember what Dark types are strong against. And honestly? I left the game sometime after Ruby and Sapphire, never to truly come back to it until Pokemon X and Y. » 9/18/14 3:09pm Yesterday 3:09pm

Road Redemption Steam Early Access "Stupid Fun"

Road Redemption was just released on Steam. I played around with it for a bit. It has a lot of additional content than the previously released alpha. There are new maps and modes and a skill progression system. This game is very silly and doesn't attempt realism, which is the highest compliment I can give it. It wants… » 9/18/14 2:51pm Yesterday 2:51pm

Games of Summer 2014 – You Died. You Died. You Died.

From Software and me go back for some years now. The Japanese developer came under my radar upon playing a demo of Armored Core for Playstation. It was (is) any mecha fanboy dream game. Around that same time, Tenchu pretty much sealed the deal for me: A company that understood both mecha and ninjas is surely a… » 9/18/14 2:46pm Yesterday 2:46pm

TAY: Open Forum - "Your Cover Story is Suspect" Edition

Hello everyone, and welcome to the Open Forum, which is hosted by Kotaku's reader-run blog, TAY. This is a place to talk about life, video games, or anything else, so feel free to hop in and join in the topic discussion, or comment about anything. Then, when you're done, feel free to peruse the articles on » 9/18/14 10:00am Yesterday 10:00am