I need scissors! 61!
Pretty sure that Colonel Campbell could read anything and it would sound deeply ominous yet awesome at the same time.
Just got it this afternoon and played to pretty much the same point that appears in the review video.
Is this a street fighter crossover? That looks like M. Bison!
Hard pass... the movement in this game completely turns me off, but I do think the art style is nicely done...
One player on the subreddit complained that Konami had been “ignoring everyone’s pleas to fix a system that allowed a handful of nuke developers to overturn the efforts of an army of disarmers”
Others speculated that the cutscene triggered due to an overflow error in the game’s code. The cutscene that played claimed that there was a total of 2,1474,83,647 nukes in the game. The number is so large that players believe it increased into a negative number that caused the game to act as if no more nukes were…
It’s like this team actually knows how to animate 3D anime.
If I had one tip for the SOS Flare search, it would be this: Be a bit more specific in what you set in the filters.
Just choosing the most broad options sometimes nets nearly nothing... Making one think that nobody uses the flares... But when I decided to change a few options, like the rewards, and a specific monster,…
But on the internet, which was a mistake
“The most disheartening thing to me is, my belief that, that was the first time words that hateful have been spoken in the Oval Office of the White House”
I always appreciate Kotaku’s speedrunning coverage. I can’t watch most of the runs throughout the week, so I’m thankful that you bring attention to great runs. It also helps me find new runners to follow!
Also, now is a fantastic time to revisit the 90s dub.
Is it a requirement for the indie pick to have some kind of political agenda? Even though I happen to agree with the agenda, I’d rather try some new indie game because it’s unique or fun as hell, like Superflight, not because the author personally liked the political message behind it. This seems more like a…
Ugh. I can’t believe that you spoiled not only the game having doors, but their aesthetics, too.
unsubbing for the last entry
I’m gonna need to know where I can get the hell level music so that I can play it on loop while I’m working for the next 15 years
I love this. The world needs more of this, and less of whatever big gaming companies do nowadays.