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It Sucks When Games Don’t Respect Players’ Time

It Sucks When Games Don’t Respect Players’ Time

Somehow, it’s already November. But also, good lord, it is finally November. Such is the duality of 2020, a year born from a freshly moulted tuft of Satan’s black wings. Thus, this week’s episode of Splitscreen is about time. What’s its deal? Who decided it was a good idea? Also,…

Our Low Down Dirty (Character Creator) Shame

Our Low Down Dirty (Character Creator) Shame

This week on Kotaku’s Splitscreen podcast we play god and fiddle with the fabric of creation. Whether to perfect our imperfect selves or make a creature so hideous it begs for the sweet release of death, character creators offer players the ability to express themselves with their own customised avatars….

The Best Kirby Game For Non-Kirby Fans

The Best Kirby Game For Non-Kirby Fans

How can anyone not like Kirby? For this week’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen, I got my two cohosts to try out Kirby: Planet Robobot because I won a bet. Kirk has never played a Kirby game before, whereas Jason is just a sceptic. By the time they’ve beaten this game,…