Alex Jones, Yakuza and More from the Week’s Best Games

Gamers are a passionate bunch and we are no exception. These are the week’s most interesting looks at the wild, wonderful, and sometimes weird world of video game news.

This Sought-after Travel Cup is a New Rare Pokémon Card

A trio of photos showing the chaos at Target due to the Stanley Cup sale.

If you tried to head to your local Target for some groceries or perhaps a discounted appliance this past Wednesday, January 3, you may have noticed a huge line snaking around the brick structure. Based on the historical reasons why a large crowd of people would wait outside a retailer in the wee hours of the morning, you might have thought this had happened for a while. new pokemon card setor perhaps a rare Nintendo bundle. But no, instead people are standing in line (and fighting) trying to get a portable cup. Yes, a glass. -Alyssa Mercante Read more

These Are the Hugely Popular Games You Can’t Resist

A woman looks at the camera and makes a confused gesture while holding a remote control.

Photograph: GBJSTOCK (Shutterstock)

we asked and you answered. Some games and series, no matter how popular they are, just aren’t enough for some of us, and we wanted to know which ones don’t suit you. -Claire Jackson Read more

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is a Super Huge Slice of Heaven

Kasuga and friends in Infinite Wealth.

Picture: Sega

In November, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio head Masayoshi Yokoyama said: Infinite Wealth happened biggest game still in the series. He told this to Japan Watch the match as “a longer monster-class game than anything we’ve ever made.” Eep. The series is known for its flashy helpings of optional content, and while the main stories generally last around 20-30 hours, it’s extremely easy to double that playtime if you get caught up in the minigames and side quests. Do you have 80 hours to play a new game? Yakuza Is it a game? I definitely don’t want it! But I’m sure I’ll find it somehow. -Jen Glennon Read more

Kotaku Asks: Which Wildly Popular Game Isn’t For You?

A white woman looks bored among a bunch of different video game logos.

Picture: Andrii Iemelianenko / Nintendo / Microsoft / From Software / Rockstar Games / Ubisoft / Square Enix / Capcom (Shutterstock)

Whether they’re classics or classics, we all have our favorite series and one-shot games. Super Mario Brothers., Final Fantasy, Tetrisor like more modern TV series What’s left of us, haloor Unknown We play happily with others, but they don’t become favorites. And then there are games that we are absolutely, clearly, absolutely sure are not for us, and we can go on and on about why. -Claire Jackson Read more

Alex Jones Game Packs A Lot of Stupidity into 48 Minutes

Screenshot from Alex Jones game shows creature holding a sledgehammer "thought the police."

Screenshot: NWO Wars Team

Like many movements, the alt-right does something crucial to its survival: It obscures everything it believes in with overlapping layers of irony. No one involved has any consensus about which aspects are ironic and which aspects are sincerely believed; This only adds to this strange wall of meaninglessness that protects it from all intellectual scrutiny. Yes, some definitely believe that a pedophile ring is being run from a pizza parlor in Washington, D.C., and that he will die in the name of the cause. Meanwhile others are laughing at you for thinking this way Really Something the alt-right believes in, you womanizing idiot. Apply the same to all other elements of their unbalanced and bigoted beliefs. -John Walker Read more



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