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8:00 PM on 11.14.2014

Giving Thanks: Writing about games

[Dtoid writer, community member and Queens of the Stone Age aficionado Brittany Vincent is thankful for the victories and the struggles that come with developing a career writing about games. Want to see your own stuff appear...

Brittany Vincent

6:00 PM on 11.14.2014

Giving Thanks: What videogames have done for me

[Dtoid community blogger Dreamweaver shares with us all the ways he is thankful for video games. I think we can all relate in some fashion to his words. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write some...

Dreamweaver

7:00 PM on 11.13.2014

Giving Thanks: Video Game Music

[Dtoid community blogger ooktar is thankful for video game music. I think most of us can agree that it has bettered our lives in some way or another. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write somethi...

ooktar

6:00 PM on 11.12.2014

Giving Thanks: Turning over a New Leaf

[Dtoid community blogger StriderHoang is thankful for his lady. Though distance may keep their bodies apart their love blooms in the world of Animal Crossing. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go writ...

StriderHoang

6:00 PM on 11.11.2014

The Quiet Return of the Composer

[Dtoid community blogger Alphadeus creates the most lovely music. He is a prime example of a truly talented community member sharing his gift with us. It's an honor and pleasure to share this on the front page with all of you...

Alphadeus

6:00 PM on 11.08.2014

Our Halloween costumes 2008 to 2014: a Destructoid tribute

[Old-school Dtoid community blogger craineum shares his last seven Halloween adventures with us. What an awesome dad! Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write something! --Mr Andy Dixon] I haven't written...

craineum

6:00 PM on 11.07.2014

Giving Thanks: Wii U

[Dtoid community blogger ocelot89 is thankful for the Wii U. There's no better feeling than embracing something and feeling like you have come home. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write something...

ocelot89

6:00 PM on 11.05.2014

Agency and Gaming: Are you the hero of your own life?

[Dtoid community blogger AvtrSpirit examines his relationship with video games and if they have affected his waking world.  Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write something! --Occams Elec...

AvtrSpirit





6:00 PM on 10.31.2014

New Xbox One game simulates what it’s like to own a PS4

[Dtoid community blogger Its About To Get Gay In Here is quickly becoming our resident satirist blogger. Here is a lovely example of them bringing both the funk and the noise. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front pa...

Its About To Get Gay In Here

6:00 PM on 10.30.2014

Fangs for the Memories: P.T.'s View to a Kill

[Dtoid community blogger SpaghettiOReilly was creeped out by the P.T. demo and rightfully so. It wasn't just what they saw but what they heard as well. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write something! --Occams Electric Toothbrush]

SpaghettiOReilly

6:00 PM on 10.29.2014

My Life as a Catholic Gamer

[Dtoid community blogger CarltonMcHard talks about what its like to be a Catholic and a gamer. It's an interesting read from a perspective that isn't discussed all that often. Want to see your own stuff appear on the fro...

CarltonMcHard

6:00 PM on 10.28.2014

Fangs for the Memories: Two Way Mirror of Terror

[Dtoid community blogger TheDustinThomas shares with us his memory of one of the best jump scares in the entire Resident Evil series. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write something! --Occams...

TheDustinThomas

5:30 PM on 10.27.2014

5 spooky places that should be in a videogame

[Dtoid community blogger SpielerDad offers up some real life spooky places that would be a perfect setting for a horror game. Warning: Pseudo-NSFW images below. Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? G...

SpielerDad

6:00 PM on 10.26.2014

Fangs for the Memories: Shock 2 the System

[Dtoid community blogger CleverName takes us on a journey of discovery, excitement and fear with a dear friend.  Kinda like high school but less heavy petting.  Want to see your own stuff appear on the front pa...

CleverName

2:00 PM on 10.26.2014

Fangs for the Memories: Silent Hill 3

[Dtoid community blogger RainsOpacity talks about how for a horror game fan who has seen it all, sometimes the Devil in the details is the most memorable scare there is.  Want to see your own stuff appear on the fro...

RainsOpacity



10 things to enjoy for your gamer Halloween photo
10 things to enjoy for your gamer Halloween
by SeymourDuncan17

[Dtoid community blogger SeymourDuncan17 suggests 10 delightfully spooky things for gamers to enjoy this Halloween.  Give it a read and throw your suggestions in to the comments.  Let's all share what makes us shiver!  Want to see your own stuff appear on the front page? Go write something! --Occams Electric Toothbrush]

Over the years, I've gradually become the kind of person who enjoys Halloween in a passive sense. I no longer dress up and heckle the neighbors for candy (and then more candy), I'm no party-goer, and I don't really make much of a deal about it at all.

I do, however, still absolutely love seeing others enjoy it. Seeing what stupid decorations they've cooked up for this year, seeing children adorably try to pass themselves off as their favorite creatures or superheroes, and, above all else, hearing the single greatest holiday tune grace my local radio once more. (If more Christmas jingles were this fun, it would be a much less depressing holiday. I'd rather hear "Monster Mash" on repeat for hours than listen to just 30 seconds of "Jingle Bells.")

Well, if you are the kind of person who likes to make an event out of Halloween, with friends or just yourself, by marathoning spoooooooky shit, then have I got the shit for you. Churned out for your pleasure like a giant candy corn pumpkin, so make sure you don't take it in all at once. Save those cavities for Halloween night.

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