Guacamelee! on the PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Vita was a wonderful experience. Well now all you people on the computers can finally see what was so great about it come August 8.
Guacamelee: Gold Edition will cost $14.99/&e... read
Action figures, monsters, and Metroid, ole! In popular Mexican culture, the luchador (masked wrestler) isn't just an athlete, he's a cultural icon. El Santo is probably the most power example of the luchador concept's hold on Mexico. Santo started professiona... read feature
Remember High Voltage Software's Animales de la Muerte? Originally one of the most promising-sounding titles for the then-new WiiWare service, it stewed in limbo for a few years before dropping WiiWare and becoming an XBLA /... read
It may come as a surprise, but the last new episode of Disney's f*ck-awesome Gravity Falls aired in early October. That was ages ago! Thankfully the show is coming back next Friday, February 15, and this pleases me.
Know what... read
I don't recall ever seeing a game getting a Latin American Edition, but it's fitting that a wrestling game would blaze that trail. Masked luchador Sin Cara will be replacing Randy Orton as the cover athlete for WWE 12 in... read
Kojima Goes To Mexico! That sounds like the title of a great movie.
I wish that one day I'll be important enough to have press releases go out to announce my travel plans. BREAKING: Dale North goes to Walmart to purchas... read
Call of Juarez: The Cartel has three player co-op, but according to this trailer there is also plenty of competition to go around if you want there to be.
As a Western movie buff, I'm still not over the fact that they took o... read
The ludicrously contrived controversy over Call of Juarez: The Cartel continues with news that some Mexican legislators want the game banned. Again, it's worth pointing out that all we've seen so far is some box art. That's e... read
A press release from Sony says that Latin America will get localized "blockbuster" games in 2011. That's good news for them. Killzone 3 and inFAMOUS 2 are coming in Spanish. Killzone 3 will also get 3D and Move support as wel... read
The E3 10 doors are about to open. Though we've been posting news related to the event for days, the show itself still hasn't even started yet. I'm freaking out.
I don't think I've ever been this excited about videogame... read
Mira que sé que no soy mucho de un hablante de español. En realidad, soy muy consciente de que esto ha sido escrito en Inglés, ya continuación, ejecute a través de un traductor web. Pero sab... read feature
Hispanics make up a considerable portion of the population in the United States, especially the further south you get. And, according to GameStop COO Paul Raines, they're buying videogames. Raines attributed a large portion o... read
The folks at the Entertainment Software Association took a trip to Mexico recently. They came back with nice tans, a slight margarita hangover, oh... and 91,200 copies of illegal videogames. The ESA raided a massive marketpla... read
Back in October, Sega announced that it was bringing its Dreamcast hit Samba de Amigo to the Wii sometime in the spring of 2008. Well, it is now officially spring, Sega: Where’s the game? I turned my c... read
The backstory: Destructoid turned two (or twenty), so we're putting babies in people in Cancun next week to celebrate and this year we wanted to fly Destructoid's biggest fanboy and a friend to join us. So who should th... read feature
You know, I never thought this would happen. We actually have so much stuff to give away to our readers that we have to pace ourselves. We can't wait to get these huge contests out the door to unveil the treasure chest of oth... read feature
First, a matter of cereal business. By now you've probably noticed that Destructoid (and a few other sites) is sponsored by Turning Point this week. So, how are we going to blow our sponsor's money? In the past we've given aw... read feature
Research group Americas News Intelligence thinks that the Mexican games market might be worth $1 billion by the end of the decade. ¡Dios Mio!According to Gamasutra, the Miami-based group says that total revenues (not co... read
In a raid conducted today by Mexican authorities, 15,000 counterfeit Nintendo products were seized, which included 4,500 counterfeit Wii software discs. This raid in Guadalajara is the continuation of Nintendo's actions in th... read
¡Dios Mio! Even with Sony's recently announced price drop, many still feel that $500 is too much to spend on a video game console. The blogosphere is rife with complaints on Sony's price point for their flagship system,... read
Finally, a reason to own the Nintendo DS. After much hinting and speculation, Microsoft has announced that they will be bringing Viva Piñata to the Nintendo DS. Quietly announced yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con 2007, ... read
In a rather strange incentive program, Marcelo Ebrard, the newly elected Mayor of Mexico City, is trying to curb gun violence in the city's notoriously bad barrio; Tepito (barrio's are dangerous? Who knew!). But inst... read