What a week for Kotaku reviews! There were nine of them—ten if you count Owen Good's impromptu review of the KFC Double Down "sandwich." Read on for our scoreless reviews of Nier, Alan Wake and much, much more.
This week, Kotaku's reviews took the fight to the streets and to the skies. They fought battles in the Old West and feudal Japan. And they involved one unsightly beanbag, nearly capable of launching a kitty cat into the stratosphere.
I believe it was the poet Bell Biv DeVoe who said "Never trust a big butt and a smile." But one thing you can trust? Kotaku reviews. So let's review what video games, movies and hardware we reviewed this week.
This week's batch of reviews proves that no site covers games prominently featuring women named Kasumi like Kotaku. Which Kasumi-starring experience, Mass Effect 2: Kasumi - Stolen Memory or Dead or Alive Paradise, did we dislike less? Find out!
It was a week full of reasonably and unreasonably priced downloads, upscaled Wii games, and one game that was about making your own games. It was a week in Kotaku reviews that we'd like to get caught up on.
It was a week in which new Wii games were reviewed and old Nintendo 64 games were reviewed, as well as one that could've have passed for a Super NES game. It was a week's worth of Kotaku reviews.
With the use of some red ink and some blue ink, we reviewed some video games this week. Links to the results are below. How'd we do?
What freaks out an old-school gamer more, a Sonic kart-racer or a Mega Man with an easy mode? We have reviews of those games and more, plus two unoriginal movies, all subjected to our subjective blue-and-red judgments this week.
Stop your grinnin' and drop your linen, because this week's batch of original Kotaku reviews is in the pipe, five by five. I'm not sure what that's supposed to mean, but hey, we reviewed Aliens Vs. Predator this week.
You would have thought it was Christmas or something. We sure did review a lot of big games this week. We said they were mostly good, but you didn't all believe us.
Some reviews we ran this week made people angry. Well, honestly, some of the reviews made us angry too.
We got together this week and reviewed a bunch of games for you. And one computer. One large computer.
All the games we reviewed in the past week were not called Dark Void. Just two of them.
It's 2010 and we are still reviewing games, still refusing to put scores on them, still loving, still hating. Here's your weekly index of new Kotaku reviews.
We reviewed a fight stick and a flight stick this week, plus the latest in some beloved franchises. Other stuff too. Check out our weekly round-up of everything we reviewed.
Another week gone by, another round-up of Kotaku reviews with no Demon's Souls review, am I right? Here's what else we reviewed.
We reviewed stuff this week, including stuffs that were not released recently. Know what that means? It's December and we're doing catch-up reviews of games we missed in 2009. (I bet I know what half of the comments will say.)
Fans of headphones and spin-offs and Excitebike were hopefully also fans of Kotaku reviews this week. Check out what we reviewed in the past seven days.
We reviewed a bunch of games this week on Kotaku and dare I note that the sequels had a better batting average than the originals?
Kotaku reviewed piles of games and peripherals this week, and not all of them have to do with Modern Warfare 1 or 2.