Quantcast
Destructoid: Videogame News & Community




Game database:   #ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ         ALL     Xbox One     PS4     360     PS3     WiiU     Wii     PC     3DS     DS     PS Vita     PSP     iOS     Android




DESTRUCTOID, EST. IN 2006, IS AN INDEPENDENT NEWS COMPANY. WE ARE GAME CRITICS. OUR COMMUNITY IS RAW, VOCAL, AND HARDCORE <3
Support Dtoid by becoming a Huge Member








Dtoid is...

Jonathan Holmes
America's Sweetheart
Jordan Devore
Deputy at Arms
Chris Carter
Reviews Beast
Steven Hansen
Features Chef
Andy Dixon
Community Loveboat

Contributors
Meet the team

Our sites
Flixist
Japanator
Tomopop

Contact Us
Suggest News
Advertising
Privacy
Contact Us

11:45 AM on 01.28.2015

League of Legends' Curse of the Sad Mummy video is depressing

People often chide the League of Legends series for having a silly story, but as a player I dig the character fluff. Amumu has always been one of my favorites -- a sad mummy boy who just wants to find out who he really is. In this official music video from Riot Games, you can get a glimpse into the depressing life of Amumu. Like the studio's past efforts, it's actually pretty good.

Chris Carter

11:30 AM on 01.28.2015

Quick! Majora's Mask New 3DS, Skull Kid figure back on Nintendo's UK shop

The much sought after Majora's Mask New 3DS XL is once again up for sale, with exclusive Skull Kid not-amiibo, on Nintendo's UK store. Grab one if you're still trying (or maybe Best Buy cancelled yours and you missed out on a free one). 

Steven Hansen

11:00 AM on 01.28.2015

Fans continue to uncover the secrets of Sonic Boom mystery patch

Sonic Boom recently got a huge patch on Wii U. Like 1GB huge, and developer Big Red Button wouldn't tell anyone what was in it. Fans have surmised some of the contents, but the hunt is still on for other changes. One of the ...

Chris Carter

10:30 AM on 01.28.2015

These Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy mashups are amazing

Tumblr user Shattered-Earth has outdone themselves. Taking a cue from the beautiful art style of Final Fantasy, they've crafted four wonderful title cards based on a few of the core games, but with Zelda characters in to...

Chris Carter

10:20 AM on 01.28.2015

Breaking: You can now fully copy and paste PSN codes online

Sony's online PSN portal took quite a while to get to a serviceable state. While Xbox.com has had pretty much every bell and whistle you could think of years ago, Sony was very slow to adopt a bunch of great quality of life f...

Chris Carter

10:15 AM on 01.28.2015

Sony partners with Spotify, shutters Music Unlimited

Spotify is coming to PlayStation Network this spring, Sony and Spotify announced today. The streaming service will launch via a new "music destination" called PlayStation Music, which will allow users to link their PSN accoun...

Kyle MacGregor



Dungeon Defenders II is shaping up nicely on both PS4 and PC photo
Dungeon Defenders II is shaping up nicely on both PS4 and PC
by Brett Makedonski

Trendy Entertainment has already bestowed Dungeon Defenders II upon its most invested fans. In fact, they've had it for more than a month now. "Invested" is the only way to describe those people -- both financially and mentally -- as that's what it takes to pay an Early Access fee for a game that will eventually be free-to-play.

But, those same fans get the privilege of seeing Dungeon Defenders II along as it's molded through the development cycle, and better yet, they'll get to help shape it too. Early adopters are "rewarded" with influence points that allow them to vote on future game features. It's unknown how far their reach has extended thus far, but someone's doing something right with Dungeon Defenders II.

view full story + comments


9:30 AM on 01.28.2015

Square Enix teases Project Code Z for PlayStation 4

Square Enix is preparing to announce a new PlayStation 4 game this weekend at Tokaigi Japan Game Party 2015. The title, tentatively called "Project Code Z," will debut at the publisher's stage show on Saturday, January 31 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. Care to venture a wild guess as to what "Project Code Z" might be? Project Code Z [Square Enix]

Kyle MacGregor





9:00 AM on 01.28.2015

Download some tavern songs from Dragon Age: Inquisition for free

The music in Dragon Age: Inquisition is great, and now you can get a chance to sample a few tracks compliments of BioWare. Evidently the team got a lot of requests asking where to find the tavern songs in particular...

Chris Carter



Knight Squad was the most fun I had at PAX South photo
Knight Squad was the most fun I had at PAX South
by Brett Makedonski

If you were to take booths' popularity at PAX South and plot them on a heat map, most of the obvious candidates would stick out. Twitch would be red hot, as it constantly had a flurry of people swarming to watch their favorite streamers. Dreadnought would be lit up too, because it was one of the largest displays and the crowd seemed to take a liking to it.

But, there would be one outlier far back among the indie titles. Knight Squad, made by Chainsawesome Games, had a constant throng of people mulling about at all times. You wouldn't expect it given the location, but it was a party back there. Once you had a crack at the game, you'd understand why -- because Knight Squad is an incredibly fun multiplayer game.

view full story + comments


7:00 AM on 01.28.2015

Capcom: 'No plans' to release Dragon's Dogma Online in the West

Dragon's Dogma Online sounded sketchy from its the free-to-play scheme and microtransactions angle. But I'll give anything a shot once, and who knows -- maybe it could have been great, right?Well we probably won't get the cha...

Chris Carter

6:30 AM on 01.28.2015

3DS browser exploit makes GBC roms playable

Nintendo is a little bit useless when it comes to putting games out on the Virtual Console in a timely manner, that in and of itself is certainly not news. Since the company started dabbling with downloadable retro software ...

Laura Kate Dale

6:15 AM on 01.28.2015

Ocarina of Time 3D may be out of production

Once upon a time the 3DS wasn't doing so hot. Sales weren't great shortly after its launch, there were hardly any games for it on the horizon, and Virtual Console updates were a joke. As you can probably tell, it got much bet...

Chris Carter

2:00 AM on 01.28.2015

Xbox One may only achieve 900p vs. PS4's 1080p in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

German-language magazine Gamestar recently visited CD Projekt's HQ in Warsaw, Poland and was invited to play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The publication reported the game was absolut...

Jason Faulkner



Poppin' with hunies: My virtual dates in HuniePop photo
Poppin' with hunies: My virtual dates in HuniePop
by Brittany Vincent

I've been following HuniePop for a very long time.

HuniePop is a dating sim/puzzle game created by HuniePot, an independent studio. It's available now for purchase via Steam and other distributors in both censored and uncensored versions. It's colorful and raunchy, and I've spent a lot of time with it over the past day or so after purchasing a copy for myself. 

After completing a couple of girls' dating paths, I've come to the conclusion that I rather enjoy it. So, with the dearth of concrete information out there on the game and articles quick to judge due to some objectionable content, I've decided to bring you this piece, which seeks to explain and narrate my time with the game. 

view full story + comments


10:00 PM on 01.27.2015

Conan O'Brien wants to animate an entire episode in the style of Minecraft

Apparently, Conan O'Brien (or at least someone on staff) is a pretty big Minecraft fan. They've had a few Minecraft-related videos in the past, including a Clueless Gamer segment where he gave the game a possibly unfavorable...

Ben Davis