Last week, a 22-year-old Frenchman who goes by the online name Z-Mack released the seventh major update to Dragon Ball Z: Team Training, a hack of an old Pokémon game where you can catch all of your favorite characters from Dragon Ball Z and have them fight against each other in the Pokémon world.
If it’s felt like something has been missing from Kotaku for the last month, that’s because someone wonderful has been away. As many of you have noticed and inquired about, our beloved colleague, senior writer, and Hatsune Miku aficionado Mike Fahey has not been writing for the site he’s called home for the last dozen…
I only love my Fortnite and my momma, I’m sorry
Because this reaction was REAL and GENUINE and there was no disrespect.
Great to see new, young people playing SF. Always love to see the champions of old, but if kids don’t play it and compete, the game will eventually die. So this is definitely good to see.
Not only is Spiegz a dope commentator, dope MC as well.
A star for that tasty pun
Counterpoint: Toffee is the worst and gets stuck in your teeth anywhere from 1 minute to 6 years. Longer if there are nuts.
I love everything about this and just want to say : Kudos to her and I hope it’s the first in a series of kick-ass accomplishments.
Last week, a local Street Fighter V event in Ontario, Canada saw 15-year-old “Toffee” take a major step in her competitive career as she sailed past a handful of her fellow competitors en route to tournament gold. Her celebration, a pop-off that was more elation than disrespect, has spread across the fighting game…
“He just started to mash”
Three thoughts, which are all able to co-exist quite nicely in my head:
That may be true, but I still prefer him over Wolfkrone.
We’re still in a beta/pre-launch phase here, and before long we’ll have something up explaining our aims here. I think it’s fair to say, though, that if Kotaku and Deadspin were entirely independent sites we would both be expanding coverage in this area this year, and that it’s a good thing that we’re not and can work…
Hi, I’m Deadspin’s editor and the answer is “Absolutely not.” The reasons why should be pretty obvious, but the most basic one is this: Competitive gaming is a sport (there is absolutely nothing in the world that bores me more than stupid arguments over whether something is a sport, so I’ll just say this: it’s…
Placing bets — She beats Gohan, because fuck Gohan and his potential apparently.
A sequel to this... I’ll take a sequel to this...
Making the cute girl character kissing another girl is the easy and safe route.