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A Look at Video Game Ads of the Past: Potpourri (1980-1995)

Hello and welcome back, folks. We’ve reached the midpoint in this series and are about to transition into ads for the beginning of the 3D era and beyond, looking at systems like the Playstation and Nintendo 64. But...   more

A Look at Video Game Ads of the Past: Potpourri (1980-1995)


To Two and A Half Men

Today's blog is going to be a little different. Today's blog is going to be a little more sentimental than my last few. Today? We're going to talk about Two and A Half Men.Before anyone thinks I mean anything other than ...   more

To Two and A Half Men


I can't stop watching Game Center CX

I've tuned in to my fair share of video game playing personalities in the past. Most of which I still follow to this day. First, I discovered The Angry Video Game Nerd after seeing countless of "This guy ripped off AVGN...   more



Cblogs of 2/21/15 - Order (1886) in the court! Impressions here!

So, since my friend has purchased for his shiny PS4, I got a chance to experience the game for myself (he also let me buy the "Galahad under fire" figure off of him, and it's actually quite detailed and heavy for the e...   more



Ménage ŕ Toid meets FNF - Riki-Oh

Last episode of Menage-a-Toid was a little twist on the podcasting motif, where we all got together to watch the fabulous Law and OrdeR: SVU GamorFence episode. This time we will be watching Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky ...   more



If It's On Sale - Mount & Blade: Warband

The Mount and Blade series has eaten far more of my time than any other except perhaps The Elder Scrolls or Civilization. All of the installments are currently on sale on Steam for around twenty...   more

If It's On Sale - Mount & Blade: Warband


How Metro 2033 Reminded Me Why I Love Shooters

I grew up with first person shooters.  I'm old enough to have had access to Wolfenstein 3D as a young child.  I played the shareware version to exhaustion, running alongside the walls while mashing the space b...   more



Consumertoid: ......Walmart?

Daddy knows how much you love the Microsoft Paint If you are like me, then every once in a while you cycle through video games via trade-ins to save a couple of dollars. While it's never the most fullfilling method, and...   more

Consumertoid: ......Walmart?


Scary Granules Episode 27 - Peter Molyneux's pants are on fire

It's another month and that means another episode of Scary Granules. This episode we discuss, as usual, the recent games, films and books we've been putting our grubby little hands and lewd bulging eyes on. Glowbear tal...   more

Scary Granules Episode 27 - Peter Molyneux's pants are on fire


game, what are you doing to me?

Too much nvg-related activity made me neglect the c-blogs for some time now: new line of work, new year, next-gen. My motivation to write during my sparse spare time had reached a spectacular low. Approximately a week ag...   more



The Brunt, the Blunt and the Hunt: February is annoying to spell.

What's up, every body!    Guys, I've come to a realization... I'm a complete sadsack. That has to be the reason that nobody loves me. See? That last sentence. That's exactly what I'm talking about.   ...   more

The Brunt, the Blunt and the Hunt: February is annoying to spell.


RECAP: Month of Zelda + Community Q's!

It’s now rapidly approaching the end of February 2015, which I designated as my Month of Zelda to celebrate the release of Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D and the New Nintendo 3DS on which to play it. It s...   more

RECAP: Month of Zelda + Community Q's!


The Agenda: The Ring of Pandas

Over the years I've heard much about mythical "panda rings." I have been told game developers hand them out to certain groups of people to get them to buy their games. I imagine this is why you hear about about Bioware g...   more



The Dead Pixels Podcast #14: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles NES

Tonight We Dine on Sour Grapes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the NES haunts the childhoods of countless gamers. Over the years, the bitterness has built up, and it's remembered as that game everyone was scared of but...   more

The Dead Pixels Podcast #14: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles NES


Tear it all Down: Social Stigma in Video Game Culture

It’s happened to all of us at some point in our lives. You’ve expressed your love for games to someone only to find that they do not share your enthusiasm. In fact, they look at you as if some odious being m...   more

Tear it all Down: Social Stigma in Video Game Culture


Gaming and Depression: A Loosey Goosey Autobiography

Depression is something many people deal with, everyone to some degree. I used to trick myself into thinking we live in a world where it’s treated as any other disease, but as the number of suicides in the public e...   more

Gaming and Depression: A Loosey Goosey Autobiography


The Best Levels: MGS3 Virtuous Mission

The Metal Gear Solid series has the tag line Tactical Espionage Action for a reason. Many have labelled it as the series which invented the stealth game and while that can be questioned it undoubtedly is the best at it....   more

The Best Levels: MGS3 Virtuous Mission


The F-Nine-Al Countdown and also I Cheated a Bit

yeah I went with a non-vocal version, intentionally   Wow, that was a bit of a stretch wasn't it? My other choice was "Nine Dtoiders that Came Into My Life" which may've been a cleverer title. Oh well. What's done i...   more



REVIEW: Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (3DS)

I’ve had a bit of a strange relationship with Legend of Zelda: Link Between Worlds, and it’s actually taken me months to complete, despite only clocking in at just under fifteen hours of game time. Whilst in...   more

REVIEW: Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (3DS)


Solar Pony Django's Uncrateing February 2015

This month's theme is Play! And it seems like it is a potentially interesting month for some people, I'd bring a friend though as there's a fair amount of multiplayer things to partake in. They have a design your own Viy...   more

Solar Pony Django's Uncrateing February 2015


Warcraft 3 Battle.net Tour Guide Episode 1: 4v4RT

Welcome to the Warcraft 3 Battle.net tour guide, this will go over the differrent types of people you will meet in each mode. Todays episode is 4v4 RT (the only episode) and i will cover all you need to know about it.War...   more

Warcraft 3 Battle.net Tour Guide Episode 1: 4v4RT


Drinking Soda and Working out?

As a geek who lost a lot of wieght, I try to promote healthy eating for my fellow nerds. Especially I you are like me and spend a lot of time on my butt, both for work and gaming. My stuff wont be strictly health related...   more

Drinking Soda and Working out?


Cblogs of 2/20/15 + Sentimental Theisms

Alas, another Friday is in the books, and here I am, up-and-atom and drinking my coffee while bringing you the recaps. This is my normal Saturday morning routine. Wake up, make breakfast, post the recap, head to the gy...   more



The End Of A Great Game Developer Has Come

  From one end comes a new beginning. Will we, the consumers, benefit from it? I'd hope you'd benefit from watching my other videos. Give them a look would you?www.youtube.com/user/johnnyburnes Contact me on the F-...   more

The End Of A Great Game Developer Has Come


Strider's forum safari guide

Salutations intrepid explorers! Have you ever perused gamefaqs? Commented on Kotaku? Strolled through IGN? Well here you are now dear expeditionite, reading the words upon website Destructoid dot com, wondering to yours...   more



I enjoy being a Social Justice Warrior/trolling people

Well I think that would have been the most asinine thing I have yet to say given 3-4 years ago. However there was a brief moment in time when I was able to be a Social Justice Warrior and it was actually quite a lot of f...   more



An Uneducated Gamer Review: JAZZPUNK!

  Let me get one thing out of the way, I don't know shit about games.  I like games, maybe borderline love games, but I don't know a goddamn thing about them.  I've played games as a kid almost everyday, ...   more

An Uneducated Gamer Review: JAZZPUNK!


The road so far: Evolve

Disclosure: I was given an Evolve T-shirt from the Evolve booth nearly a year ago.   So I wanted to do a review of Evolve but this is a multiplayer game with quite a bit of progression and while I have  u...   more

The road so far: Evolve


No.

Our glorious and superior leader, Niero, proposed a very interesting though slightly nerve-wracking question to the community while I was asleep in Seymour's Dreamland. A question I had never considered, but one I am now...   more



An attempted understanding: Cost to Fun Ratio.

(This started out as a reply to sonic429's blog, so go read and upvote him first. http://www.destructoid.com/blogs/sonic429/how-long-does-a-game-need-to-be-lengthgate-287970.phtml) I want you to think of your most favou...   more

An attempted understanding: Cost to Fun Ratio.





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