Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Ignoring The Main Story In Battletech • Loot Anime Episode 29: Brave Unboxing • TAY Retro: Multi-platform: Donkey Kong Jr. [TV Commercial] • TAY Challenge: 60 Days Of Writing
Track: On The Edge Of A Cliff | Artist: The Streets | Album: Everything Is Borrowed
There’s an old joke that NASA spent millions developing a pen that could write in space, and the Russians used a pencil. Whatever, it was totally worth it. Amazon’s selling the official Fisher space pen for just $11 right now, so you too can write in zero gravity, in sub-zero temperatures, or even under water.
Takafumi Ozeki doesn’t just make his daughter’s school lunch, he makes it based on her drawings. The result is wonderful, touching and delicious.
Out of all the fan art I’ve seen, Dragon Ball or not, this is the first time I’ve ever seen it created on a carpet quite like this.
Battletech, a new turn-based tactics game based on the classic tabletop series, is pretty damn good! It helps that the game looks gorgeous, courtesy of some gorgeous 2D art and chunky mech models.
Earlier this month, Valve announced an official Steam Link app that lets users play Steam games on their phones. Last week, the app came out on Android, with an iOS version nowhere to be found. Now Valve has explained why.
After retiring from games criticism at the start of the month, YouTube personality John “Totalbiscuit” Bain has passed away.
In God of War, being a mother will end your life, either literally or metaphorically.
TCL’s P and C-series TVs are noteworthy for offering Dolby Vision HDR for a fraction of the price of most competitors, and you can get last year’s 55" C-series set for $500 right now, or $100 less than usual. The 65" is also $100 off its previous low price at $800, but it looks like it will sell out soon.
I alluded to this in my review of the game, but I think it’s had enough time to sit that I’m ready to talk about it more: Yakuza 6 completely blew its ending, which considering the importance it had for the entire series is a damn shame.
Imagine you’re cast adrift on the open seas with nothing but a hook in your hand. That’s the premise behind Raft, a survival game out now in Early Access.