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He's played Skyrim and Kingdoms of Amalur. Now commenter Lucas is hungry for more role-playing games for the PC that don't involve him dealing with other people. Help him!
What's wrong with dark-haired white guys? Commenter Daemon_Gildas thinks they represent an unfair percentage of our video game heroes, and tells us all about it in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
In today's warlike episode of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Wocalax posits that World of Warcraft's newest race is just as lore-killing as Warhammer 40K's mean green bashing machines. Short, bitter, and generally mean to bears.
Many consider the ridiculous amount of mods and easy access to console commands the best things about playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the PC. In today's Speak Up on Kotaku,, commenter Daemon_Gildas disagrees.
In today's slightly late (sorry!) edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Gusi A. Rincon puts forth the idea for a unified console. Forget the console wars! If the big console makers would all just declare peace, everyone would benefit.
Following a disappointing console showing at E3 2012, commenter DocSeuss believes now is the best time to throw off our proprietary shackles and make the PC plunge. Who's with him?
While we know nothing official about the rumoured co-op in Dead Space 3, commenter Chadboban the Anti-Fanbot has a plan that would make co-op every bit as terrifying as playing alone.
We've touched on popular science fiction and fantasy novels that need to have video games made out of them in the past, but commenter TheGizmofromPizmo's list of 10 contains some rather intriguing ideas, hence today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
It's not always about mouse and keyboard versus controllers; sometime the choice to play on PC or console comes down to a question of community. Let's help commenter Daemon_Gildas figure out how to play Borderlands 2 in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
So after reading an article here discussing possibly the worst Star Wars game ever I thought to myself, what's the best? If you asked 25 people, you'd probably get 25 different answers.
In this super-sized edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter DocSeuss tells us the difference between being immersed and being engrossed and explains why he believes the future of gaming depends on games that submerge us in fantasy worlds. You might want to bring a snack.