Hey Game Club, it's been awhile. 2012 is already shaping to be a year of dramatic changes. We wanted to make sure our next Game Club was suitably epic, so we're playing Mass Effect 3.
Just a few hours after two Alan Wake creators join us on Kotaku Talk Radio we'll begin our bookclub style discussion of the game. One chapter per session, starting tomorrow at 3pm KT (2pm PT, 5pm ET).
Attention to those of you planning to play Alan Wake. Read this first, so that you can play — and discuss — the game with the rest of Kotaku.
If you followed the rules, you just finished the Modern Warfare 2 campaign this weekend and are here to discuss it in our Game Club finale. Thoughts on the ending? Thoughts on the next game for Game Club?
Outer space and betrayal are a part of the fourth (of five) Game Club meetings about the Modern Warfare 2 campaign. Thoughts on the penultimate batch of levels?
We're back for more discussion of the only (?) video game that includes inspirational quotes from both Gandhi and Dick Cheney. Let's discuss three more levels.
Now is when being a part of the Game Club gets tough. We've had the exciting first meeting. We've had the second one that covered the most hotly-disputed level in the game. But what can we say about middle levels?
And we are back for the second part of the only gaming "book club" promoted on national cable TV. We are discussing levels 4-6 of Modern Warfare 2 in the comments section.
You've read the rumors. It's happening now. Join in the chat below and for the next hour, let's talk about the first three levels of Modern Warfare 2's campaign. I've got some conversation-starters for us...
As promised/threatened, Kotaku's Game Club returns tomorrow. And now I can put a time on that: 2pm Kotaku Time (Mountain time), which is 1pm in Los Angeles, 4pm in New York, and 8am in Luke-land. A few reminders...
Attention to those of you planning to play Modern Warfare 2. Read this first, so that you can play — and discuss — the game with the rest of Kotaku.