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2:48 PM on 06.11.2008

Bargain Bin Laden #38: Thrasher: Skate and Destroy

In the collective consciousness of skateboarding games, Tony Hawk has been the only one to hold the throne. There was never a rivalry, like with 2K Sports and EA Games. Challengers came and went, sure, but for the most part, ...

8BitBrian


11:24 AM on 02.17.2008

Bargain Bin Laden #37: Second Sight

Psychic power in videogames was an idea that had not been fully explored by 2004, and still hasn't been fully whored out, strangely enough. It was a complete and utter shame then, that by some cruel stroke of dastardly coinci...

Jim Sterling

9:31 PM on 02.07.2008

Bargain Bin Laden #36: Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening

With Devil May Cry 4 hitting American shelves this past Tuesday, and leaping proudly into the hands of Europeans tomorrow, I thought it was high time we featured some of Dante's exploits in Bargain Bin Laden. I know, I know, ...

Jim Sterling

7:12 PM on 01.17.2008

Bargain Bin Laden #35: Killzone

Ah, Killzone, how I weep for thee. Killzone is one of hype's most tragic victims, a game so built up as a "Halo killer" and so expected to be the next big thing in first person shooting, that it was never going to b...

Jim Sterling

10:35 PM on 01.10.2008

Bargain Bin Laden #34: Killer7

As the U.S. release of No More Heroes draws nigh, it's only appropriate that this week's Bargain Bin Laden take a look at Killer 7, which, for many gamers, served as an introduction to writer-director Suda51. Killer 7 receive...

Joseph Leray

1:57 AM on 01.03.2008

Bargain Bin Laden #33: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty

Ask anybody, I'm a massive Metal Gear Solid fan. For me, Hideo Kojima is a God when it comes to developing characters and storylines in games. This series stands next to Konami's other great line of titles, Silent Hill, and o...

Jim Sterling

7:06 PM on 12.26.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #32: Resident Evil 4

Welcome to another edition of Bargain Bin Laden, where we bring you the best of the cheap in the world of games. While some of my previous choices have been quite obscure, today's edition is a game you should all be more than...

Jim Sterling

11:32 AM on 12.20.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #31: Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior

The wares of Games Workshop have been a bone of contention throughout much of my life. Drawn in by the wonderful backdrops, the fantastic designs and the lure of an engrossing tabletop game, my only problem so far has been th...

Jim Sterling

8:00 PM on 12.12.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #30: Sonic Advance

It's fair to say that Sonic the Hedgehog fell on hard times when the industry moved out of the 16bit era. Despite a few glimmers of hope, the once-beloved mascot never truly coped with the evolution of videogames and has beco...

Jim Sterling

9:45 PM on 12.05.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #29: XIII

The first person shooter genre has, for a long time, not been known for its wealth of engrossing, plot-heavy games. With the exception of Valve's Half-Life series, one would be right to think of FPS games as little more than ...

Jim Sterling

6:49 PM on 11.27.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #28: Indigo Prophecy

We haven't done this in a while, but you should be pleased (or horrified) to know that I've offered to officially take over Bargain Bin Laden for a while, lest Destructoid fans be without knowledge of the best games currently...

Jim Sterling





3:17 PM on 10.17.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #27: Silent Hill 2

Oh, poor Aaron Linde. He doesn't realize what he's done. By lending the reins of BBL to me this week and approving the rabid horror enthusiast within to venerate Silent Hill 2, you may be stuck with one of the most long winde...

Colette Bennett

1:19 AM on 10.11.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #26: Taito Legends 1 & 2

[Hey all, Linde here. I know it's been awhile since I've been regular with the BBL updates, but what with review crew and Podtoid and all, keeping it up to date has been kinda tough. But rather than let the ol' column fizzle ...

Tristero

8:15 PM on 09.09.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #25: Bushido Blade

You want a realistic game? It doesn't get much more realistic than Bushido Blade. Imagine a fighting game where if you take a solid hit, you're done. It wouldn't be much fun, now would it? That's where you're wrong. It's inte...

8BitBrian

5:05 PM on 09.02.2007

Bargain Bin Laden # 24: The Legend of Dragoon

As our revered Mr. Monocle informed us last week, the venerated Aaron Linde is in Budapest eating bears, as we speak! So, I was asked to cover this week's Bargain Bin Laden, and I humbly accepted. This week, I want to retrosp...

Joseph Leray

1:19 PM on 08.26.2007

Bargain Bin Laden #23: Metal Arms: Glitch in the System

Hi gang, once again I'm holding down the fort while much of the staff are out of the office, which is why I'm covering Aaron Linde's Bargain Bin Laden post for today. I'm very pleased to be able to write it this week as well,...

Jim Sterling