I'm really enjoying Alien Rage right now, and I guess that’s kind of weird, because it was a poorly rated game. When I was chatting with a friend about it on launch, he went “ew, Giant Bomb did a Quicklook of that game, and it was horrible.” But, well, much to my surprise, Alien Rage is not actually horrible. It’s…
Hello fellow gamers. Welcome to the first round of The 2013 Speakys - the only Kotaku award show run by readers, voted on by readers and announced by readers. This is (amazingly) the third year I've had the honor of hosting The Speakys, and I'm hoping for our best turn out yet. But didn't Kotaku already have a…
That's right, it's the end of Speak Up on Kotaku as we know it, at least as a daily feature. For years I've (Fahey) been going though the Speak Up and then TAY user forums, scouring them for gems to share with the class, like commenter CannibalTuna stepping up to admit that Final Fantasy X-2 was a pretty good game.…
In our next-to-last edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, I (Fahey) decided to stick with a simple question that encompasses the very essence of what Speak Up was originally created to do. Commenter Saljuice want to know which video game bosses have given you the most trouble. Stephen Totilo doesn't count.
The era of Speak Up on Kotaku comes to a close at the end of this week, but we've still got some fire left, more than enough to rise to the challenge put forth today by commenter Voltaire Crescent.
In today's special later-than-normal, screw the top-right box edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Slagathorian shares some truly spectacular wooden creations that the editor is pretty sure he'd make a killing selling on Etsy.
In today's fashionably late episode of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter God Hand BrynnFlynn talks about that old video game weight loss standard, the exercise bike.
Today's Speak Up on Kotaku is incredibly short and even more sweet, as commenter batman4million ask for suggestions of video game music that won't aggro his guests at his wedding after party.
In today's first-person platforming episode of the TAY-powered Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Fernando Jorge thinks that EA should put together an online version of Mirror's Edge. I'm into it, Fernando.
In today's keybladed episode of the TAY-powered Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter FrogFro, who finally played Kingdom Hearts and has some thoughts on the game.
In today's nostalgic episode of the TAY-powered Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter JonathanPonikvar laments the sad plight of the modern-day pinball fiend, forced to go digital to get his fix.
Today's Speak Up on Kotaku comes from commenter JuiceandSpoons, who'd like to build his own PC but needs a little help figuring out the guts to make it go. It's the Kotaku community to the rescue!
Today's Speak Up on Kotaku doles out equal parts PC love and PC hate, as Mr. Gilder attempts to install and launch Guild Wars 2.It's Gilder Wars!
In this, the final episode of Speak Up on Kotaku before we move over to TAY, commenter Nevest wants developers to know they can use bigger fonts already, dammit.