I don't understand drinking games. If you're goal is to just get as drunk as possible as fast possible, aren't there easier ways to do that? Alternatively, if you're just trying to have a good time with friends and be (relatively) responsible about it, couldn't you play other, better games than, I don't know...whiskey…
Aiming for a night in for New Year's Eve? Especially if you live in a big city and want to avoid obnoxious crowds, I imagine you might be. So here are a few drinking game suggestions that involve a console and a couch and some friends. Oh and your alcohol of choice. Fun night: secured.
The Wii U launch title Nintendo Land is just RIPE for a quality drinking game. And lo, the folks behind Drinking Games For Gamers have come up with one. Three, really. They're pretty good, too—I particularly like the one for the Luigi's Ghost House minigame.
If you'd like to get with your RPG-loving friends and spend some time getting a little bit sauced, you could certainly do worse than either Drinking Quest or its sequel, Drinking Quest 2: Yeddie Vedder's Yeti Adventure.
From the guys who brought you "Mario Party Down", the excellent Mario Party drinking game (with some bonus Party Down references) comes "Rayman OriGin and Tonics."
Cinco de Mayo? You mean, another excuse to drinko? Ok, bad joke. I may have started the festivities without you.
Watching Game of Thrones is fun, but you know what's more fun? Watching Game of Thrones while totally smashed.
It sure has been a banner week for drinking games here at Kotaku! Well… actually I've only posted one other drinking game, but still, two in one week feels somehow indulgent.
In today's preview of Mario Party 9, I cracked that the game could easily inspire some great drinking games. As it turns out, the guys at "Drinking Games for Gamers" are way ahead of me, putting together a game called "Mario Party Down" with rules based on past Mario Party games.