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2:18 PM on 10.06.2012

Game Paralysis

Hello, Destructoid. Long time, no write. There is an issue that has been frustrating me for a while: There are so many games these days. Ten years ago, I would have wanted to punch myself for saying that I had too many games...   read


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9:35 AM on 04.12.2011

Aaamaazing: Playing with Blocks

It was this Penny Arcade comic that convinced me to buy the semi-obscure Minecraft from a website that still, absurdly, does not have a common method of purchase (except Paypal, which I despise) and that, being based in Swede...   read


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7:32 PM on 03.11.2011

Cheap Thrills: The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom

(Note: In this series, Cheap Thrills, I review a game available for less than ten dollars, usually on Steam.) Most games are fun. I've known this since I spend gratuitous amounts of time as a child crawling through the sixty...   read


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10:37 AM on 02.28.2011

Dingoo A320: Retro Gaming Handheld

(Note: In this post, I will discuss the Dingoo A320's stock hardware and emulators. In an upcoming post, I will discuss the optional custom firmware, Dingux, that really makes the Dingoo shine.) I'll just go ahead and discla...   read


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12:33 PM on 02.25.2011

Cheap Thrills: Chime

(Note: In this series, Cheap Thrills, I review a game available for less than ten dollars, usually on Steam.) Chime, developed by Zoë Mode and the first game published by OneBigGame, is a block puzzle game, in the same vei...   read


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11:45 AM on 02.21.2011

Groundhog Day: Pokémon Blue Version

I'm an adult. I'm an adult. I'm an adult. Such is what I feel compelled to repeat to myself, year after year, when the latest diversion takes on tones of boredom and recent fascinations begin to fade. In such times, I have b...   read


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5:15 PM on 02.18.2011

Cheap Thrills: Zen Bound 2

(Note: In this series, Cheap Thrills, I review a game available for less than ten dollars, usually on Steam.) Most games we gamers play revolve around action of some sort. Even most puzzle games have a time requirement of so...   read


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4:55 PM on 02.02.2011

Magicka Knows Its Audience (Geeks)

I'm a sucker for easy deals on Steam, so at the end of January, when Paradox Interactive's Magicka was offered for the normal price of $10 but with DLC exclusive to those that bought the game before February 1st, I jumped to ...   read


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12:19 PM on 02.02.2011

The Death and Rebirth of Retro Style

I make it no secret that I have a deep, some may say unhealthy, love of retro games. Like most people that would ever wander the annals of Destructoid, I associate a lot of good memories with the retro games in question, esp...   read


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1:41 PM on 01.30.2011

Cheap Thrills: Arcadia

(Note: in this series, Cheap Thrills, I review a game available for less than ten dollars, usually on Steam.) Arcadia, available on Steam here for the enticing price of $4.99, is described by creator Joshyy as "a fun, casu...   read


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9:12 PM on 01.27.2011

Amnesia: The Dark Descent (is an excellent exhibit of a video game as art)

Last Spring, Roger Ebert famously stated that video games could never be art. Of course, his post was immediately inundated with comments from gamers and non-gamers alike, some foaming at the mouth in retaliation, some agree...   read





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