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11:30 PM on 02.15.2011

You knew it was coming: A Minecraft wedding proposal

It's been a matter of weeks since I last talked about Minecraft. There's no better way to break the silence than with this cheesy, but ultimately heartwarming video that has been making the rounds lately. One BioWare develop...

Jordan Devore

7:30 PM on 08.24.2010

Y. Inferno: Mega Man Vs. Street Fighter fan made mash-up

Just like Minitroid from a few days back, Mega Man Vs. Street Fighter has been around for a while, but somehow I totally missed it. It's definitely getting better as time goes on. The first work-in-progress video against Ryu...

Jonathan Holmes

Book review: Udon's Art of Capcom 2 photo
Book review: Udon's Art of Capcom 2
by Jonathan Holmes

For a long time, American comic books consistently butchered the works of Japanese game developers with hackneyed, half-hearted game-to-comic adaptations. I still remember the pain I felt after buying Malibu's Street Fighter comic all those years ago. I think I actually said "YOU MANIACS! YOU BLEW IT UP!" to myself as I read through it. Everything that I loved about Street Fighter was either badly mangled or removed completely, all in favor of a story and an art style that seemed to spit in the face of everything that made Street Fighter so special.

Years later, a group of comics professionals got together who actually appreciated the art of Street Fighter and other Capcom games, and by "appreciated," I mean "worshipped." While they've been tapped to work on projects related to the Metroid Prime series, the film Inception, and the upcoming Godzilla reboot, the team at Udon inevitably comes back to the series that inspired it all: Street Fighter. Even during the years when it looked like we'd never see another Street Fighter game, Udon was still producing new Street Fighter comics.

Their hard work and dedication has been rewarded. Capcom has actually commissioned Udon to work on a few of their games, including Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom, and Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix. In this book you'll see artwork from those games, as well as from Udon's comics, and other original Capcom-related works. It's basically a "best of Udon" of the past four years. Read on for details.

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5:40 PM on 03.19.2010

Tokimeki Memorial game stuffed on biggest DS cart ever

It's not often when you hear about girls getting good service in the quest for virtual love, so it's really rather grand to hear good things about visual novels for the ladies getting some love and attention. That's certai...

Josh Tolentino

9:09 AM on 02.22.2010

Heavy Rain: Samuel L. Jackson wouldn't go very far for love

Recently, Sony sat down and chatted it up with a bunch of film-industry people I've never heard of. And Samuel L. Jackson. The topic was supposedly Heavy Rain, although I'm not sure the people being interviewed knew that. In...

Nick Chester

4:00 PM on 02.11.2010

Introducing the first videogame matchmaking computer!

Regardless of whether you love it or hate it, this weekend marks the return of everyone’s favorite polarizing holiday, Valentine’s Day! While most people could care less about the “holiday” (me include...

Chad Concelmo

8:00 PM on 11.21.2009

Man and videogame are wed, face and palm meet again

You know, when I posted a video of Love Plus a while back to show off its quirky dating sim charm I thought that would be the last we saw of the game here on Destructoid. After all, it wasn't coming to the West any time soon ...

Matthew Razak

7:00 PM on 10.17.2009

Cross SMW off the list of unique ways to propose

The hopeless romantic in me sort of cringes at the above video as I'm pretty sure that no girl in the world really wants to be proposed to while sitting on a stool in front of a TV while playing Super Mario World, but the ga...

Matthew Razak

1:29 AM on 01.30.2008

An action game sealed with a kiss: Faith and a .45 details emerge

A little over a week ago, we talked about Faith and a .45, a game notable for its awesome title, interesting backdrop and the fact that it was being made by Total Overdose developer Deadline Games. Now there are some new game...

Jim Sterling

David is leaving Destructoid, let him give you some swag before he does photo
David is leaving Destructoid, let him give you some swag before he does
by David Houghton

Yes, it's true. After what has been in all honesty the single best year of my life by a very long way, I'm having to leave the Destructoid staff, as I've been offered a new job in journalism which is pulling me away from the site. Leaving Destructoid genuinely has been a very very hard decision to make for me, in fact at times it's felt like the prospect of cutting an arm off. This place has been my spiritual home for far longer even than I've been on staff, and it's given me more than I'd ever have dared to hope for, both professionally and personally.

I can't over-emphasise just how important my time at Destructoid has been to me. In under a year it's taken a guy from northern England who's dreamed of being a games journalist all his life and made that dream happen in the most fun and exciting way he could ever have imagined. After years adrift from my true aspirations, I'm now working in the world I've always wanted to be in, and along the way I've had the pleasure and honor of meeting some people who are now amongst my favorite in the world, both on the staff and throughout the community. In a very true sense, Destructoid has made my life, and while I'm now moving on to the next chapter of that life, Destructoid wrote it and every single one of you guys had a hand in that. Thank you all, from the bottom of my heart. 

But I won't be totally severing my links with Destructoid (How the Hell could I ever?). I seem to have noticed that we've got a rather good community here, and it's a community I very much want to stay a part of, so while I can't be on staff any more, I'll still be around as much as I can. Also, I'm now in the Destructoid Steam group (Steam name: Davestructoid), so if you ever see me online, hit me up for a game. I'll get you my gamertag when I get my 360 too, and of course, MySpace me up if I haven't already got you imprisoned in my list of digital souls.

But to mark my leaving Destructoid, I want to give you guys something to say thankyou. Over the last year, I've noticed a rather large pile of games swag appearing in my bedroom, which has now grown to the point where it blots out the light from my window and threatens to stop me even getting into and out of bed at all. So I want to give that pile of swag away to the Destructoid community, and that's exactly what I'm going to do. For details of the (admittedly variable) stash and how to get your hands on it, hit the jump. 

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1:50 PM on 05.17.2007

SEGA licenses Unreal Engine 3, Epic gets a new bed buddy

 Mark Rein, Vice President of Epic Games (you know, those Gears of War guys), is well on his way to world domination. He's already managed to woo big-name developers like Capcom, Midway, and Square Enix to use Epic&#...

Joseph Leray

5:50 PM on 02.14.2007

On Valentine's Day, Destructoid faps for you

Yeah, you read that correctly. The Dtoid team are a mess of gooey affection and inappropriate fluids on Valentine's Day, thanks to the constant flow of great comments, amazing support and robot themed edible items that ...

Colette Bennett