Welcome to the Best of Kotaku, where I round up all of this week's best content.
First up is the image above which, if you've gotten to know me virtually since I started here at Kotaku, you'll know I can't resist a good Adventure Time reference. You might have seen our Facebook page littered with Adventure Time images. Yeah, that'd be me. Thank this Reddit user for making it, and making me wish my early Nintendo days had Adventure Time in it. Though it should be mentioned that the character art was done by Kyle Templeton.
Moving on to our Best Of content this week, we kick things off as usual with a comment from the community.
If you want to see the list of nominations (and other random conversations) you can head to my most recent nomination post that goes up every Friday here.
This week's best comment comes from truthtellah for a startling realization:
Wow. Looks like Charlie Brown there got more than he bargained for.
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Kirk Hamilton goes in depth on what's wrong about The Legend of Korra. More »
Jason gets nostalgic playing Theatrhythm. More »
Evan embraces the deadly challenges of Spelunky. More »
Jonathan Blow and Chris Hecker answered your questions live. More »
Kate introduces us to her first log of The Secret World MMO. More »
Kirk tells us the sad and simultaneously intriguing secret of The Walking Dead's Episode 2. More »
Stephen thinks the best he's seen of Crysis 3 so far is the bow and arrow. More »
Evan appreciates how much detail went into these Star Wars action figures. More »
Stephen gets excited about Far Cry 3 and the new details he learned about the game. More »
Richard Eisenbeis realizes we all played as a villain in Pokémon Black and White. More »
Kate compares the Higgs Boson and the mass effect. More »
Patricia Hernandez doesn't want video games to have endings. More »
Jason and other JRPG fans want to see Suikoden revived in the US. More »