It's been a long week for me, since my wife is sick and I have pretty much been at the beck and call of "make me a lemsip" cries and "change the channel to neighbours" screams. Now it's Friday though, and I'm sort of looking forward to playing games.
This week has been a week where the community actually crossed over from being readers into contributors. To say that you guys did a great job would be a major understatement.
Props again to Trjn for his Shameless Gaming idea, which has really gotten traction with me, and the entire community. I'd like to say thanks for your posts and, in particular your guide to shameless gaming, which was yet another great read. I hope you keep writing because I think you're good at it.
And speaking of being good at stuff - congrats to Anonymous Pessimist. I might have missed this last week, but it seems as though you got the job of your dreams! Congratulations. You've really brought a lot to this place and its weird to imagine there was a time where you didn't post here!
Also - where the hell did Jimu go? I miss that guy.
Stamperrific? I also highly approve your name change to 'Oberführer von Schtamperrific'.
We had a bunch of nominations this week, and I don't think anyone will be surprised when they find out who gained the lion's share.
FatShady - congratulations. You are the undisputed winner of this week's Community Kudos.
If you don't know why FatShady won Community Kudos this week, then you have to check out this feature - a ridiculously in-depth look at the Trials HD riddle. Not only did it land Kotaku Australia a crapload of traffic - thanks big guy - it was simply a fascinating insight into a topic most gamers were barely aware of.
As a result - Fat Shady may be making an appearance on Good Game to explain the details behind the riddle! Mate, it was an incredible piece of work, and the amount of effort that had gone into its creation was very clear.
Great job dude!
Anyways - that's it from me. Hope you guys have a great weekend, and I'll see you all on Monday.
Chris Hastings is the creator of the image used above - you can check out his site, Dr McNinja, here.