Welcome to the Best of Kotaku, where I round up all of this week's best content.
First up is the image above. The recent Team Fortress 2 excitement following the release of Valve's Filmmaker and the introduction to the Pyro class still hasn't died down, as evidenced by Donc-Désolé's creation you see above.
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 over to the official forum here.
This week's best comment is a special one. It's not even from this week! And it's not the best, but it's by popular demand. The new Kinja discussion system is continuing to evolve, but as you all know, we won't be reverting back to the old system.
How about revert back to the old comment system!
Evan Narcisse enjoys being alone in Tomb Raider. More »
Kirk Hamilton enjoys the rhythm and music of Rhythm Thief. More »
Kate is pleasantly surprised by the compassion shown in The Walking Dead. More »
Jason Schreier asks Cliff Bleszinski how he'd make a Firefly game. More »
Evan is finally enticed to play Mass Effect 3's multiplayer. More »
Zac Gorman designs yet another awesome and hilarious motion comic for us. More »
Chris person trips out over Dyad in this video review. More »
Stephen Totilo signed up for a bunch of dating websites for gamers to see if any were worthwhile. More »
Mark Serrels thinks we should all care a little less about the media we love. More »
Kate defends the notion of criticism, explaining that it's essential to cultural change and discussion. More »
Mike Fahey has a good time gaming on Google's Nexus 7 tablet. More »
Stephen finds out Abstergo Industries has a big hand in Liberation. More »
Kate fights through bugs and yet still enjoys The Secret World. More »
Kirk Hamilton relays the tale of a concert goer who got kicked out by the artist he came to see over a sarcastic tweet. More »
Jason explains the benefits of watching someone else play a game that you don't have time to get around to. More »
Evan enjoys the Frankenstein that is Tony Hawk HD, even its buggy flaws considered. More »
Stephen gives a screenshot play-by-play of what's new with Kratos. More »
Evan gives us a very spoiler-free review of The Dark Knight Rises. More »
Jason explains the hazards of rehashing. More »