If it's Saturday morning in October here, that means, what, it's a Tuesday evening in March for Australia? I kid, I keeeeed! But it's definitely past the magic hour when Luke and his bride have said "I do."
Yes, Mr. Plunkett, Kotaku's editor for Oceania, got hitched today, and congrats and best wishes to him and his bride and to their families, and for their new lives together. Luke tying the knot was easily the biggest of big news for Kotakopolis this week, no mean feet considering the PSPgo launched and the team returned from Japan with a cartload of TGS09 copy.
So, like a big wedge of wedding cake that we're lovingly smushing into your face, as the DJ cues up the Chicken Dance, here's the week that was in Kotaku Originals.
Reviews, Previews, Hands-On and Impressions FIFA 10 Review: 30-Yard Screamer Heroes Over Europe Review: A Flying Shame Eliminate Preview: Transitive Verbs Are Cooler Than Nouns Dead Space Extraction Review: Frighteningly Good Madden iPhone Micro-Review: The Biggest Small-Time Football Frankenreview: Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Review: Fortune Shines on Drake Frankenreview: Gran Turismo PSP DJ Hero Preview: Gonna Need A Bigger Lap Zuma's Revenge Micro-Review: Bridging The mum And Son Gap
News Capcom Objects To Tax Issue Gladiator Begins Won't Begin Until January 2010 Classy Furniture For Gamers, For $US1000 And Up Japanese Version of Fat Princess Will Have Blood Professor Layton Animated Movie Stills
Kotaku Approval Ratings: Approval Ratings: No Motivation for Motion Control Kotaku Approval Ratings: Issues of the Day