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 TAY and TAYClassic. Is this your first time on TAY or the Open Forum? Then check out this handy TAYTorial!
First up, good stuff to read written by your peers:
- Kcet debuts with a review of the new Sailor Moon figure and gets a song stuck in my head
- WingZero checks out Valkyria Profile for the Game of the Week
- Elijah tries to define "hardcore" games and settles on "games that are really difficult" whether AAA or indie
Car wrecks. They happen. One happened to me this morning. I was asleep in the passenger seat and my brother rear-ended a mom who was braking erratically. Honestly, my bro was probably tailgating too. We got lucky, because there was no damage to her car and the only damage to ours was a crumpled license plate (surprising because we were in a big ole' Tahoe and she was in a Civic), but it made me think about GTA and how car crashes tend to go down. So, question for those of you who actually play: if you stop and get out without brandishing a weapon, does the game precede to do what real life does, with the person you hit asking for insurance? I think it would be hilarious if it did, but I also have a twisted sense of humor.
However none of that matters because MEGA CHARIZARD X IS DRAGON TYPE AND ALSO BLUE
For once in my life I may have to give in and buy a Pokemon game.
But enough of my rambling. TALK AMONGST YOURSELVES!