Leave the Numbers to the Math Teachers
Math makes games possible, and those math-heavy Finance, Engineering, Computer Science and IT degrees can land you lucrative jobs - but there are some places where our "numerical wizardr...
The world's a screwy place where, at times, nothing feels certain, and hope itself can be extinguished by the grim realities of necessity. Even in countries where we should feel blessed with wealth, something as trivial as a ...
By popular request, an introduction blog seems to be in order, and thus, it appears. Shameless really...
What is a videogame?
Ouch, self, you're merciless - that's a cruel question to start an introduction with because ther...
What is coolness? Okay before everyone does their best impression of "the Fonz" (think about how that image comes to mind - it'll prove my point later) let's take a break and look at it scientifically. I know - yawn - but thi...
Everything... apparently. Sony's titular Fat Princess has the internet up in arms, as the knee-jerk blogosphere once again demonstrates that it has absolutely no sense of humor. The internet is serious business! Curious if ...
About subrosian One of us since 3:22 AM on 12.01.2007
What is a Subrosian?
A miserable little pile of secrets!
Tribute? You steal men's souls
We're... we're not doing a SOTN dialogue, this isn't 4chan.
Oh, right, so, what the hell are you doing here?
My name is [Dark Lord Mooshi-Mooshi], I've been a gamer since before I could walk, and I will probably die clutching a Gameboy (and maybe the gun that kills me). I've been gaming long enough to generally know which way the wind blows, and sometimes when that wind blows past the typical crap-storm of hype & marketing that is typical gaming journalism, it stinks. So I came here, to Destructoid, a site that takes being not-so-serious quite-seriously, to share with you my twisted views.
What can we expect from you?
Blogs, reviews, forum posting, and perhaps something more in the future (or so I hope).
Right, room for one last question - got a motto?
"Has hat, will travel" - well that's more like a resume - I suppose "don't eat the yellow snow" would be more of a motto.