Twenty thirteen has been an interesting year for Kotaku. In between our usual efforts of reporting on news, reviewing games and generally trying to provide you with entertaining features, essays, images and everything else we could put onto a screen, we've also set out to have more of a video presence on the site.
We filled out our official YouTube page. We hired two new bodies, Leo and Steve, to help Chris out with our new plans, from playing games to weighing in on some hot button issues. We've let Fahey eat more food in front of a camera for you. And we've had some fun.
In no particular order, here's a selection of some of the best original videos we've put together in 2013:
28 Minutes Of GTA V's Stolen Planes, Tanks And Selfies
Twitter Rage Is Silly
The PS4 Looks Great Compared To All Our Modern Consoles
Be A Jerk Immigration Inspector In Papers, Please
An Xbox One Plugged Into Itself Looks Like Art
Saints Row IV's DLC Might Be Better Than The Game
Relive the Horrors of Public Transport with Train Simulator 2014
The Dangers Of Kickstarter, Explained With A Sandwich
There's a Breaking Bad Version Of Cookie Clicker. Now I'm Dead.
Xbox One Or PS4? Top Comic Artists Chime In.
The Definitive Word On This Year's Next-Gen Boxes
It's Not Counter-Strike. Actually, It's Better.
A Fighting Game With Just Two Buttons And A Sense Of Humor
This Game Isn't About Violence Or Guns. Just People.
Taco Bell's Waffle Taco: The Snacktaku Road Trip Review
Navigating a Maze of Real Lasers is Harder Than You'd Think
Alright, YouTube, This Is Getting Out Of Hand
This Wii U Party Game Lets You Get... Physical
This LSD-Inspired Oculus Game is The Most Intense Thing I Saw at E3
The Card Game That Brings Out The Best In Every Nerd
Shadow Warrior Is Exactly How Old Shooters Should Be Rebooted
We Made Our Own Ad For Ellen Page's New Video Game
You Can Play An Xbox 360 Through An Xbox One Through An Xbox One
The New Way to Play Chess Is Insane
All I Really Need to Know I Learned From Playing LucasArts Games
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