The weekend is for needing to do laundry, because I’ve hit the “all I have left are sweaters” point of staying home a bit earlier than expected. I’ve read you can do your laundry in the bathtub, so I guess I’m going to try that? That leaves lots of time for games while things soak.
This morning, the publisher Square Enix put out a new trailer for its upcoming video game Final Fantasy VII Remake. We here at Kotaku would like to offer some friendly words of advice: Don’t watch it.
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This Friday, the 96th compiled One Piece volume was released, bringing the total number of copies of the manga in print to a staggering 470 million. As Mantan Web (via ANN) reports, the total consists of 390 million copies in print in Japan and another 80 million in print internationally.
Wizards of the Coast and Toho Studios joined forces for the upcoming special kaiju expansion set, Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths. The first printing run features a “Spacegodzilla, Death Corona” card, which couldn’t have a worse name at a worse time.
If your butt hurts from sitting down working at home all the time half as much as mine does, you may be in need of…
ExoDOS, a project we profiled last year to catalogue and preserve every MS-DOS game ever released, is doing something special in these new and trying times: rounding up all their collected educational games and distributing them with notes and tips for parents.
Under normal circumstances, Jessica Kobeissi is a professional photographer who spends her time shooting agency models in glamorous settings. But these are not normal circumstances, and so for the next little while, Jessica is taking photos in Animal Crossing instead.
Instead of providing stores with adequate sanitation supplies (or simply closing them outright) in response to the covid-19 pandemic, Game X Change corporate felt it best to send employees what amounted to a chain email full of bogus prevention tactics. Their advice includes gargling vinegar, drinking lots of water…
It brings me no pleasure to announce that I have solved the mystery of Andrew Cuomo’s nipples.