30 years ago I received my first proper Apple-compatible computer, and a single game to play on it — Infocom's text-based The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The BBC has prettied up the game for its 30th anniversary, and it's still just as wonderful as it was way back when.
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.
In today's short-but-sweet installment of Read Up on Kotaku, commenter RevRain wonders why developers spend days filling their games with tomes of ancient lore without putting nearly as much effort into delivering a pleasant reading experience.
Reddit user notadoctoreither shall henceforth be known as king of the Oblivion fans, having spent a month's time and $130 collecting the countless books scattered across the game's cities and towns into one gorgeous tome, and you can too.