Today's selection of articles from Kotaku's reader-run community: Quick-Quack: Why I Love Terrible Games • Gaming in Russia: From the 90s to This Day. Part 2 • Interview with Art Director of 3D Collect-a-Thon Platformer, A Hat in Time
Here's the latest from Kotaku's official reader-written blog, Talk Amongst Yourselves: Monster Girl Quest: The Review • Tales of Numbers: A Love Letter • "We must make the games we wish to play in the world"
So much for our plan to blame solar flares for the missing TAY round-ups late last week. The truth is out there! Nevertheless, they're back today. Right here! Read our reader-run sister site and you'll learn about: Nintendo's neglected franchises, Sherlock Holmes cartoons, and Metal Gear Solid all these years later.
Over at our terrific reader-run version of Kotaku, the wacky Asura's Wrath gets a lot of love, an Xbox fan explains why they've cancelled their Xbox One pre-order, and one brave reader boldly tries food from New York City street vendors. Read all of that... or just go answer their Question of the Day.
Folks. TAY is changing. It's becoming its own blog. And some of you could be the authors of this blog. For real! Info here about what's happening and how you can be involved: http://tay.kotaku.com/got-something-to-say-458364889
Welcome to the new Talk Amongst Yourselves. You're here a little early, but please make yourself at home. The new TAY is still a place for all of you to talk about games and set the tone, but now you'll be able to use the same posting tools that we have . The big improvement? TAY will be its own blog—and some of you…
Hi, folks. Our layout change is going to allow readers to annotate big images on the site. You can see it and try annotating here: http://tay.kotaku.com/alright-lets-try-this-now-that-we-and-you-can-do-i-453831765
It's time to Talk Amongst Yourselves...about video games. Hop over to our official forum. Chat about games all you want.
Question for you TAY users... readers have raised valid complaints that we point to too many different forums. We used to have an Off-Topic forum for non-gaming and TAY forum for gaming talk (we also, by accident, have a Talk Amongst Yourselves forum). On top of that, SpeakUp, which was for user-submitted essays is…
Owen is away this weekend, so it falls on me to remind you... you can still Talk Amongst Yourselves. Right here. Carry on!
Hey, folks. If you want to keep Talking Among Yourselves, you can do so at this link. It's the new home for TAY and it goes on forevvvvvvver....
Folks, should we still have TAYpics? I mean, you guys could demarcate the new day yourself in here if you want to, using an image. You tell me.
This is probably where the Talk Amongst Yourselves faithful will now want to Talk Amongst Yourselves. This page defaults to a "forum" view, which means that anyone who wants to start a discussion can and replies will be collapsed below it... all in a vertical stack. This is similar to our old commenting set-up and is,…
Late. Twice in one week. We can't explain what's happening here, but Talk Amongst Yourselves, your official forum for chatting about games is late again.
Welcome back to Kotaku's official forum. Please talk here about video games. It's better if you do.