Kotaku columnist and actress Lisa Foiles recently told readers about A Fistful of Rupees, a Zelda-themed spaghetti western. This is the official trailer, but for background, check out Lisa's behind-the-scenes report.
For my last post of "Kotaku Presents," I thought I'd be a bit of a tease…
Two weeks ago, I posted a Geek Chic Update: Jewelry and Accessories Edition, where I showed you earrings made out of computer parts, YOUtility Belts, and a necklace featuring Han Solo in Carbonite. Who knew Han's frozen suffering would be so fashionable?
Oh, little orange kitty with the triangle on your chest, thank you for following me around my house. Your companionship and high-pitched meows are ever brightening my days.
When an industry is made-up of almost equal parts society-changing brilliance and playboy man-child syndrome, it's bound to generate some exceptionally stupid ideas.
It's funny to think that the genre of a video game could change based on point of view. From the Prince's point-of-view in Katamari, everything is peachy, he's got a job to do, and everything in his path is nothing more than sweet, sweet points.
I'm not particularly good at any video game genre, unless Tetris can be considered a genre all on its own. Naturally I have my shining moments, but these tend to occur at times when there is no one around to respond positively when I shout, "Did you see that?" except for, of course, my cat, who never pays attention…
I can't, for the life of me, wear normal jewelry. Everything hanging, dangling, or strapped on me must have character. For example, I have an expensive Coach purse in my closet somewhere that I won't use until the $10 purse with the Pac-Man pins I'm currently using falls apart. I've even worn my Gears of War earrings…
There is a serious epidemic going on that all of us are ignoring, and it's been bothering me for quite some time. I don't care about mercury in the water, toilet snakes, or swallowing my own tongue anymore. This is a far worse threat to society.
Well, people are eating other people now.
I would like to open up a discussion on this topic because, as I've seen from past comments, many of you have solid, creative ideas. Thusly, I would like to hear these ideas and, also, take a shot of tequila every time someone says, "Musicals suck." You just became my Monday night entertainment!
Hey guys! Lisa Foiles here, kicking off my month-long season of content on Kotaku with a comedy sketch starring SMBC Theater's Jon Brence. In this true-to-life documentary, you'll witness many of my ideas getting hastily shot down by Jon before he realizes they're actually brilliant. Reminds me of the time I crept…
Whoa! What's this? What could this mean?
I'll admit, after watching the E3 2012 press conferences at home on my couch while drinking Heineken and using a spray bottle on my 8-week-old kittens every time they used my scalp as a scratching post, I didn't have high hopes for the show floor. No Fable 4? No God of War 4? No Dreamcast 2? Pffh. Yawn.
Warning, spoilers ahead, starting with the end of Casablanca:
There are misdemeanors I have committed in this life, I'll admit it. For example, I recently got a ticket for jaywalking and it cost me $200. For jaywalking. I'm still very angry about this situation and am actively devising a plan to exact revenge on the LAPD, and guess what! Now you're all accomplices.
The last thing I want to do is start another debate about video game storytelling. That sounds almost as fun to read as an article about any other dead horse that we've repeatedly body-slammed over the last few years.
I recently was given a part in The Game Station's 6-episode miniseries called "The Street Fighter," and I didn't even have to blackmail anyone for a role this time! Small victories.