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11:19 AM on 10.20.2008

"You can't win a Pulitzer for writing about Princess Peach."

Sorry if I come over as kind of a dick here, I like this site and its community quite a lot, but sometimes I don't get Destructoid, or gamers as a whole. On the one hand you repeatedly crucify every movie critic who doesn't...   read

12:00 PM on 09.15.2008

Dragon Quest IV DS: Some impressions

Since the Dragon Quest IV remake for the DS came out a few days earlier in Australia and Europe than in the US, I've been playing it for quite a while now and thought I share some impressions. First off, the game is pretty...   read

11:08 AM on 06.22.2008

The start of the affair: The Atari ST

I really can't remember which was first: The Atari ST or the Sega Master System. One of these two systems, both belonging to my parents, introduced me to video gaming. But I'm quite sure I spent more time with the Atari ST,...   read

7:40 AM on 06.04.2008

Best DS flash demo EVER! (Rolling Panda Baby Edition)

You may have heard of Namco-Bandai's upcoming DS pet game National Geographic Panda (Panda-san Nikki). Well, for those of you who can't wait, there is a flash demo on the official site now. The site alone is probably the grea...   read

1:19 PM on 06.02.2008

LucasArts mocks adventure game fans

Today Eurogamer asked LucasArts employees Chris Norris (PR manager) and Jeffrey Gullett (Fracture assistant producer) the one question that's on the heart of possibly every adventure game nostalgic in the world: "Are you e...   read

4:58 PM on 05.21.2008

My Indiana Jones 4 review (spoiler-free and even remotely VGR)

My love for Indiana Jones and my love for video games, specifically LucasArts adventure games, began at the same time. That's because the source of both was the highly underrated Last Crusade adventure game - one of the fir...   read

11:19 AM on 05.12.2008

Games that were different - 1st Person Dungeon Crawl Edition, Part 1: Dungeon Master

When it comes to the history of PC RPGs, the first person dungeon crawler is surely one of its most important chapters. It's a tradition that started with games like Akalabeth (1980) and Wizardry (1981) and lives on today eit...   read

8:32 AM on 04.04.2008

Gaming's guilty pleasures: Games that are "too easy"

Being part of a "Hardcore Gaming Community" as Destructoid calls itself, where you can hear complaints about the low difficulty level of modern games every day, I definitely feel kind of weird admitting that, despite my nea...   read

8:33 AM on 03.26.2008

10 Master System games I would like to see on Virtual Console

Alex Kidd in Shinobi World This is by far my favorite Alex Kidd game. It's based on a cool idea, that I would like to see more often. What if the games Alex Kidd in Miracle World and Shinobi had a baby? Well, as the title su...   read

10:49 AM on 03.24.2008

Games that were different: Leisure Suit Larry

The great thing about the various series of adventure games by Sierra during the 80s and 90s was that they offered something for everybody. If you wanted to discover fairy-tale landscapes and rescue princesses from evil wit...   read

1:36 PM on 03.23.2008

Please allow me to introduce myself, I'm a man of wealth and taste

Hi Destructoid, Pleased to meet you. I'm 22 years old and from Vienna, Austria. That means that I live in the shithole of gaming, called Europe, and my first language is German, so please don't think I'm a retard or somethin...   read

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