Rinse and repeat.
Hadoukens are my bread and butter because theyíre the only thing I know. A kill count of five smells like victory, even if everyone else is playing to twenty. In the battles between orcs, humans, and night...
Hi everyone. I don't post a lot in the c-blogs because I find that I don't really have a lot to say about video games. I did a monthly musing once, and it was a fun exercise, but it still wasn't directly about video games. ...
The lovely Procyon hosted a NARP this weekend. If the Swiss Family Robinson played video games, this would be it. Highlights include:
- The Christmas explosion next door
- Wii Sports HD
- Neo Kobe Pizza (it is delicious)
On October 20th and 21st, the Brain Science Institute aimed to bridge the two disparate fields together by hosting "The Science of the The Neuroscience of Aesthetics". The two day symposium brought famous artists...
[First, a disclaimer: This isnít about video game music. Heck, this doesnít even have anything to do with sound. Iím just having some wordplay fun with this monthís topic. Hopefully you find it interesting, informative, and a...
Unfortunately, I got very few pictures of last night's events, and this recap is by no means a complete record of what happened.
- During the breakfast ingredient run, Cataract died a little inside because the supermarket h...
That's the first thing I saw when I approached the neighborhood.
People who came so far: JTIceFire, Nanashi, Tino, Cataract, Topher, The Lovely Adam Dork and his Lovely Ladyfriend
From what I can remember:
- Procyon's pl...
My first c-blog entry is something completely NVGR. For some reason, it really struck a bad chord in me, and compelled me to write something. I hope those of you who choose to read it get something out of it. Note: beware of ...
About Changston One of us since 10:37 PM on 08.26.2008
I'm Jon. I've been reading Destructoid since at least August '08, but only decided just recently (as of May '09) to start being an active community member. If you want to know more about me, feel free to read my intro forum post.
Long story short: I'm a grad student who enjoys video games and video game related news, but doesn't get around to actually play them that often. That's probably why puzzle and rhythm/music games are my bread and butter, since they're pretty easy to pick up and play. JRPGs used to be #1, until it dawned on me that I no longer have time to hunker down for hours at a time.
To anyone with a PS3 and a love of puzzle games: I bet you I could kick your ass in Puzzle Fighter and Critter Crunch with a probability of 50%. Game on!