Nothing beats the feeling of a good, strong hug, and nobody hugs better than a Dtoider. (FACT.)
I've been the lucky recipient of some of the best hugs of my life from the likes of Occams electric toothbrush, Gobun, Corduroy Turtle, and Beccy Caine (though the latter smelled like a girl -- eww!), and I can hardly wait for PAX Prime 2013 to come around so I can rub up against you sexy beasts yet again. But just because we Dtoiders can't be together on the huggiest day of all doesn't mean we should have to go without! So I'm proposing that we all boot up our copies of Portal 2 tonight and hug the ever-lovin' shit out of each other...
FOR SCIENCE! OK not really but it still sounds fun!
I'll be available between 11 PM and midnight Pacific time on either the Xbox 360 or PS3 version of the game (wherever you people show up) to hand out some pink-robed hugs, and I encourage all of you to do the same!
Can't make it that late? Would you rather hug/dance/just hang out in a different game? Sign up in the comments and someone's bound to join you! Think of this like an impromptu Friday Night Fights... only on Thursday... and with no fighting.
Hope to see you all there! And for those who can't make it,
Greetings, fellow Destructoid traveler! I come bearing exciting news!
In an effort to cut down on spammers in the comments section, we've promoted several Dtoid community members to "mod" status within Disqus. (See, I told you this was exciting!!)
As of this moment, the following Dtoiders have been granted the ability to mark comments as spam, edit comments containing racist or otherwise prohibited terms, and help to keep us free of the annoyances of the Internet:
I have the opportunity to interview Christopher Shy, the illustrator of the upcoming Dead Space 3 prequel graphic novel Dead Space: Liberation. Why am I telling you this? Well, I thought it might be fun to let the Dtoid community in on the project!
If you have any questions you'd like to ask Mr. Shy let me know in the comments below! I'll do my best to get to everyone's.
If you're anything like the bajillion or so people who reported the issue to Support over the weekend, you have no doubt noticed that your Dtoid comment count has shot through the roof in the last few days. So what gives?
Legacy comments have been imported!
That's right, our engineers have begun the process of migrating pre-Disqus comments into the new system, which means that this list of most active users is finally accurate (or will be very soon).
So what does this mean for you?
Nothing. Just thought we'd point it out ;)
But while you're here, why not take a moment to congratulate the (current) top 10 commenters, and maybe nudge a few of the old farts who have since moved on!
Anyway, thanks to everyone who pointed this out; we sincerely love that you're all paying attention!