We Want Your Reader Reviews

This is just a friendly reminder to get reviewing. (Because I've run out of decent reader reviews to publish.) You could even win a cool Madman Entertainment Blu-ray/DVD prize pack.

That’s right, we want you to share your views on the latest games with the rest of the Kotaku community.

It’s easy. Just write a review of a (fairly) recent game and send it to us.

OK, it’s not quite that easy. Your review must conform to the standard Kotaku review template, meaning it must contain:

* A brief introduction detailing what the game is about * A description of the things you LOVED (using titled bullet points) * A description of the things you HATED (using titled bullet points) * A brief conclusion detailing your overall opinion

And you must do all this in under 500 words.

Check out the reader reviews we’ve published so far during February, January, December, November, October, September and August. Follow that format and you'll be fine.

We’re looking for sharp writing, keen analysis and interesting views. Include your name and of course the name of the game you’re reviewing and email it to us with “Kotaku Reader Review” in the subject. We’ll be publishing the best ones as we receive them and we’ll be offering a prize incentive for the very best.

madman-logoA prize? Yes, a prize. Thanks to the very kind chaps at Madman Entertainment, purveyor of all kinds of cool, indie and esoteric film, the best reader review we publish each month will win a Blu-ray and/or DVD pack containing ten of Madman's latest releases.


    Is PlayTV recent enough to review?, because I’d like to do that.

    can we review old games? I just bought burnout paradise to give it another chance(only played it ten minutes the other day) and was dissapoint. still worth it though, ten bucks.

    Note to self: write review for unreleased game that just had a sequel announced.

    Is there a limit on how old the games should be? <6 months, older, newer?

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