Welcome to the Best of Kotaku, where I round up all of this week's best content.
It would make me insanely happy if kid Ryu and kid Ken went into an actual arcade to play as their adult doppelgangers in Street Fighter. Apparently it would also make deviantARTist randis happy, as well. Thanks to InsanelyGaming for the find.
Moving on to our Best Of content this week, we kick things off as usual with a comment from the community.
Our favorite comment of this week comes to you from Nethlem in response to news that EA is suing Zynga:
Just like the Aliens vs Predator theme: Whoever wins, we lose.
Luke Plunkett finds Orcs Must Die 2 to be a good summer game. More »
Stephen Totilo goes in-depth into the practices Zynga employs for its games. More »
Jason Schreier explains Kingdom Hearts in time for the release of Dream Drop Distance on the 3DS. More »
Kirk Hamilton didn't enjoy the many zombie tropes and cliches jammed into Deadlight. More »
Jason enjoyed a Disnified world, despite Dream Drop Distance's flaws. More »
Kate Cox tells the story of how her 15-year-old cousin's trek through Journey was made all the better when guided by a helpful stranger. More »
We give you some basic and not-so-basic tips on how to get into comics. More »
Kate Cox explains the pros and ons of The Secret World. More »
Mike Fahey enjoys the Origin laptop's high power and performance. More »
Jason ponders the problem of publishers shutting out their gamer community. More »
Fahey sizes the Ouya up to his Android tablet. More »
Owen Good finds this latest Kinect game to be simultaneously too slow and too rigid. More »
Kirk goes hands on with Mass Effect 3's new DLC. More »
Tina Amini (that's me!) was very bored with The Expendables 2. More »
Matt Tieger answered your Transformers questions live. More »
Jason talks about our love for rising numbers. More »