Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Kantai Collection: Exile’s Ani-TAY Review • Shirobako: The Ani-TAY Review • World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman: The Ani-TAY Review • Jolly Good Wrestling: Post-Mania/Pre-Raw Thoughts • Puella Magi Madoka Magica: WyvernZero’s Ani-TAY Review »
Who needs scopes, flashlights, speed loaders or any special accessory when a simple cardboard box can turn the tide of the game. »
Included in the update are friendly Creepers who are, arguably, a lot more creepy now. That smile. »
Today is April 1. I recently read someone somewhere saying that April Fools’ Day is not a thing in Japan. Oh how wrong is that! It’s been around for decades and is very much a thing online. »
This is not a fake April Fools’ Day joke. You can actually buy Burger King cologne today in Japan. Promise!
Ah, April 1. It's a day where loads of things on the internet will make you groan, cry and smack your face to your palm. Other things, though, might actually give you a chuckle. Let's take a look at some of the best (and worst) of these extremes. »
Of all the big PC games people are playing at the moment, the one that needs a mod like this the least is probably Cities: Skylines. But then, that’s also why it needs it the most. »
Last night’s episode of Better Call Saul—the best show on television right now—guest-starred Steven Ogg, the man you may recognize as the voice of everyone’s favorite hillbilly psychopath Trevor Philips.
PlayStation Home, one of the most ambitious (and weirdest) things Sony has ever done with video games, closes down today. It will not be missed, but it should at least be remembered. »
You may have noticed a lot of people talking about the new PS4 game Bloodborne. It’s good, they say. It’s really difficult, they say. Maybe you’ve considered checking it out, but you’re worried about that difficulty. I’m here to help. »
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