Not every Thanksgiving meal is a lavish feast. In honor of those who find themselves alone or with meager means on America’s snackiest holiday, Snacktaku shares the traditional cheap-ass alternative, the turkey TV dinner.
Thanksgiving is tomorrow. It is a day of stuffing, gravy, and turkey. A glorious day where we yell at each other about politics before drunkenly apologizing later in the evening. No matter how hard it gets, know that it could away get worse. This banquet in Final Fantasy VI sure did.
Pokémon Go is giving thanks for obsessed players everywhere with a special Thanksgiving event. From November 23 to November 30, XP and Stardust gains will be doubled. Sounds like a lovely excuse to wander away from the dinner table before the fighting starts.
These things are huge up close, guys. “Pikachu! Pikachu! Pikachu!”
This year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade not only saw Eruptor from Skylanders floating down the street, but also the Red Power Ranger.
How does one eat a Thanksgiving meal? On its face this might seem like a ridiculous question, and also everywhere else too. I mean, who doesn’t know how to eat? (Excepting the British, of course.) Thanksgiving is marked, more than anything else, by its abundance of tasty foodstuffs; practically speaking, it is a…
It's Thanksgiving in the U.S., which seems like a perfectly good reason to thank all of you for reading Kotaku. Thanks, everyone!
Thanksgiving is almost here, and that means turkey, mashed potatoes, and getting peppered with questions about tech-related news stories because hey, you read a bunch of blogs and you even know what a yik-yak is! It's only a matter of time before they ask you "So what's up with that thing on the internets?"
Thanksgiving is meant to be a time of reflection and solemn appreciation of the joyful bounties that our lives have bestowed upon us—or, more likely, a time to gorge on football marathons and good food. But who wants to spend every waking turkey day hour over a hot stove? Not you. Here's how you can cook an entire…
My fellow gaming Americans, Thanksgiving is a day when you can eat turkey, be lazy and answer questions from well-meaning but relatively uninformed relatives about that video game thing you're into.
Guess what happened in New York today. Hint: it had to do with balloons. And parades. And Thanksgiving.
Imagine Mr. Torgue in a tight pink shirt and hair curlers, it's as unsettling as it sounds. That, plus a love of indie games is basically Grandma Flexington, the newest character in Borderlands 2's latest Thanksgiving-themed DLC.
Playing a good Vita or iPhone video game under the table instead of eating turkey?
Based in the UK, mobile game publisher Chillingo has no real reason to celebrate the American holiday of Thanksgiving, but if that celebration means free copies of Totem Runner and Puzzle Craft then I'm willing to play along.
No one told the folks over at IndiePub that you're supposed to kill the turkey before shoving your entire kitchen into it. Turkey Stuffin', now available for Android and iOS, is definitely stupid, possibly fun.
The employees of peripheral maker PDP Gaming celebrated Thanksgiving yesterday with a turkey made of pastry and cream. What's in your stomach?
Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the parade! Delight in your dinner! Prepare for tomorrow's battle.
The mascot of The Behemoth, the studio behind the PS3 and Xbox 360 downloadable hit Castle Crashers, is a giant chicken. Fittingly, it's pledging gifts of livestock to needy families in developing countries through the end of November.
Thanksgiving means family. But for Pikachu, it means being dragged through Manhattan as an inflatable balloon. And this year he'll be accompanied by some Pocket Monster cohorts.
Well, not entirely free. You've got to spend $25 there first, but the bonus is yours if you do, per the clothing retailer's Black Friday ad.