With my 360 full to the brim, I'm this close to giving in and laying out $130 for Microsoft's ridiculously priced 120GB hard drive. And in other news, Kotaku wrote about more interesting gaming topics this week:
As a Friday treat, I'm going to load up some Magic: The Gathering on XBLA and curse that the deck customization is gimped. But what has Kotaku been up to all week?
Matt and I are winding down Gizmodo's E3 coverage, but Kotaku is still Kotakuizing away. Here are some posts the gamers among you shouldn't miss:
Today on Kotaku, lots of Final Fantasy XIII news! Super Mario! Castlevania! Batman! Metal Gear!
Day One of E3 is over, and along with our own coverage, Kotaku's got a bunch of gaming news you should check out.
Day -1 of E3 just ended, and along with the massive amount of Microsoft Xbox hardware announcements, there's been lots of software as well. Here are our favorites.
This week, Kotaku's got Guitar Hero 5 news, Street Fighter figures, Punch-Out boxing controls, some artwork and a little bit of crawling.
Kotaku's got Hugh Jackman, BioShock 2 and Star Trek for you this week. If only Hugh Jackman could star in both those franchises.
Lots of good news this week at Kotaku, with Star Trek Online, BioShock 2, Guild Wars, Champions Online and Batman news. Plus, the awesome art of Hyung-Tae Kim.
This week we get some very interesting sequel news, as the first BioShock 2 gameplay video squirts out onto the internet. There's also some Vin Diesel action.
It's GDC week this week, so Kotaku has a LOT of news for you. Many exciting tidbits await ahead.
This week, Kotaku shows that the Batman game is going to have an expensive collector's edition, why fitness games are booming, and why arcades are dangerous.
What do we like this week in Kotaku? Street Fighter IV. Also Rock Band. And Guitar Hero. Mostly Street Fighter though. Oh, and Ashcraft's son would love the image above.
Big news this week as Dead Rising 2, the sequel to the best zombie killing game of this generation, becomes official. What else happened?
What's going on this week over in game land? Final Fantasy XIII, that's what! A new video finally hit for the game that won't be released here until 2010.
It's the weekend, which means we're going to break out our 360s and get some Left 4 Dead action on. That, and it's time to catch up on Kotaku's game news you may have missed.