And I love them dearly.
Destructoid OriginalCommunitoid 001: It BeginsImpressions: New Super Mario Bros. 2 DLCPodtoid 222: Weird Hairless Chicken-babiesIt Came from Japan! Splatterhouse: Wanpaku GraffitiLive show: Worms: Revo... read
So... earlier today my Pokemon Black and White 2 review went up. I wasn't super kind, but I wasn't super mean either. Anyway... somehow Pokemon music entered the conversation, and that made me want to highlight one ... read
Pokémon is practically a cultural institution. Every true child of the '90s knows every word to the theme song, lost a lot of their parents' money on the trading card game, and spent many dozens of hours testing playgr... read feature
While pretty much everyone these days games, it still seems that most of the best events always hit the bigger cities. When I was growing up I longed to visit the Pokemon Center in New York or E3 in Los Angeles. There were no... read
I dunno if this is the right audience, but I really enjoy documentaries and educational things.
Recently on YouTube a bunch of people have created some pretty interesting content that really boils dow... read
So ... Burnout is awesome. Always has been, always will be. And while it is true that we haven't seen a true game from that franchise in a while, Criterion has been doing its best to bring all of the insane, anarchic fun we ... read
If you haven’t been able to tell by the fairly large number of headphone reviews I’ve done for this site, I have a thing for audio equipment. It's probably the single biggest investment I make beyond my daily caff... read feature
Pikmin is just fantastic. I mean... we all kinda know it, because it's Pikmin, but my roommate powered through the first one again a couple of days ago, and now he's working on Pikmin 2. It's just... so great.
Oh yeah, the To... read
It doesn't take much to really improve the gaming experience. Better seating, better lighting, better company, etc. are sometimes all it takes to go from an utterly insufferable trek through your simulated world of ... read feature
Over the past 24 hours we've been utterly BOMBARDED with Wii U news. Fifty launch titles, $350 for the top model, coming November 18th, etc. etc. So... stuff's intense and we should be seeing Msoft and Sony pick-up their... read
It's been awhile, folks, but now I'm back with more beer reviews along with your daily recap.
Today's beer comes from home state of Oklahoma. I picked it up around New Year's Day, and just never got around to trying it. I was... read
So... Dale was bragging that he got to play SimCity at gamescom. That's pretty awesome. It was my personal game of show for E3, and the stuff I saw there was impressive.
After the exceptional disappointment that&nbs... read
Last Friday, one of my coworkers brought in a homemade IPA. Now I realize that this is kind of a BS review because no one else will be able to pick it up… like ever. Still, I thought drinking boss-approved-beer at work... read
There was a huge sale going down at my local liquor store and I thought it'd be a great time to pick up some local microbrews. After looking around a bit, I settled on a case of "Moo Joos Oatmeal Milk Stout".
Head was a ... read
It's fizzy water.
Also, it tastes like sadness.
Destructoid Original: Exclusive: Meet the Kingdom Hearts 3D sound teamLive show: Finally, Kai has come to Vindictus!Community: Next-Gen: Gaming's handheld camcorderFor... read
I've been a huge fan of Stone in the past. Their Arrogant Bastard is easily one of my favorite ales, and I'm in love with their Imperial Russian Stout (the non-anise version). When I got my hands on the Self-Righteous I was e... read
There’s a steadily growing market for smaller and smaller desktops. These are machines that keep all of the advantages of a full computer (e.g., more power, ventilation, interchangeable parts) and the portability of a l... read feature
THE BEER REVIEWS CONTINUE.I'd always heard Hoegaarden was a pretty nice light summer beer, and I thought "What better way to celebrate the fourth than to drink an import"? I was very impressed with the whole thing. Most wheat... read
My favorite beers are definitely the stouts. They're thick, full-bodied and packed with flavor, without being too nuanced. With Trappist ales, for example, I always feel like I need to focus on the taste because there's so mu... read
As I'm sure everyone who is familiar with my previous work on Destructoid is already well aware, I have a thing for portable electronics and laptops in particular. Last week, I was able to put Origin's new 11-inch "netbook" t... read feature
After the spectacular feedback I got from last week's beer review... I've decided to keep doing it. Every Thursday night, I'll have a new beer (new as one I haven't review before) and I'll incorporate it as part of the Hotnes... read
Civilization has always had a special place in my heart. As a turn-based 4X strategy game, it is the antithesis of damn-near everything in the shooter-saturated landscape that is the modern game market. When it was initiall... read feature
You'll have to forgive the lateness of this preview. I was bed-ridden for damn near four days after E3 on account of nerd-flu.
Still, if you'll stick around for a little bit, I'd like to tell you about one of my favorite game... read feature
Not too many people know this, but I'm a budding beer snob. Thanks to JRo, Conrad, and plenty others giving me crap about my beer selections last PAX Prime, I've started trying to broaden my horizons, get out and try new beve... read
Revenge is probably one of the most universal stories we tell. It's in practically everything from Star Trek, to Moby Dick, to God of War. Now we have Dishonored.
The main character, Corvo Atano, is a former member of the Emp... read feature
The Major League Gaming Anaheim Spring Championships are running today through Sunday. At the event, Blizzard was offering the press an opportunity to come in and play a few hours worth of multiplayer matches of the Hear... read feature
I freaking love Burnout. Rewarding wanton destruction in a race is right up there with the printing press for the greatest accomplishment of our species. When Criterion took the stage at the EA press conference, I hoped it wa... read feature
Ryan Perez, Patrick Hancock, and I all got about 30 minutes of hands-on time with PlanetSide 2 earlier today. As a free-to-play MMOFPS from Sony Online Entertainment, PlanetSide 2 is set to enter a rapidly crowding market. Wh... read feature
I am exceptionally wary of ridiculously titled games. They have a tendency to be exceptionally awful. Still, I made an attempt to swallow my prejudice and dig into the latest installment in the Castlevania series.
I pla... read feature
Thanks to my semi-adolescent brain, mech battles are easily some of the most awesome of which I can conceive. The notion of pitting giant robots with lasers, machine guns, and jets against one another is at the top of my... read feature
Starting today, PlayStation Plus subscribers will have access to 12 games to play for (kinda) free. They include some pretty big titles, such as Saints Row 2, Just Cause 2, and inFamous 2.
This is a pretty exciting step... read
Trying to communicate the concept of Wii U, and what can really be done with the tech, is not an easy task. As with Wii Sports and the original Wii before it, Nintendo is hoping to demonstrate the potential of the gamepad/tab... read