The question was asked, "Why do you love Destructoid?" and I feel obligated to answer.
I enjoy reading the front page. There is always something interesting that editors have just found in their Internet travels, interesting commentary on the industry, and, you know, actual news. The fusion of these three things makes for an incredibly entertaining front page.
I also appreciate the strong sense of community that Destructoid promotes. While I am no c-blogging veteran (this is my first), it is apparent how much Destructoid values having a community. Other sites have tried to establish this kind of community and failed. Comments to stories are insightful and a pleasure to read. So often comments on stories elsewhere are run-of-the-mill, but Dtoiders are cream of the crop and always have something interesting to say.
Listening to podcasts is what keeps me sane at work. To that extent, listening to RetroforceGO! is a large help at the end of a long week. I don't know how I'll survive while they're on break, but I'm sure that I'll find a way. Podtoid is also a pleasure to listen to. The commentary provided in these podcasts, like that provided on the front page, is original and entertaining. That pretty much sums up what I love about Destructoid.
I have to stop now, because I'm writing this at work, and I feel like I've spent the whole time wanking what with all of this praise.
Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our comment moderatorsCan't see comments?
Anti-virus apps like Avast
or some browser extensions
can cause this. Easy fix: Add
to your security software's whitelist.