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4:00 PM on 04.25.2014

The Memory Card .103: Downing Illidan in World of Warcraft

[Back in April of 2007, former Destructoid writer Chad Concelmo started a recurring series called "The Memory Card." The purpose was simple -- to share some of the greatest events in gaming history, and give them the respect ...

Chris Carter

4:00 PM on 01.17.2014

The Memory Card .102: The Murder of Master Miller

[Back in April of 2007, former Destructoid writer Chad Concelmo started a recurring series called "The Memory Card." The purpose was simple -- to share some of the greatest events in gaming history, and give them the respect ...

Chris Carter

4:00 PM on 11.13.2013

The Memory Card .101: Ornstein & Smough

[Back in April of 2007, former Destructoid writer Chad Concelmo started a recurring series called "The Memory Card." The purpose was simple -- to share some of the greatest events in gaming history, and give them the respect ...

Chris Carter

9:00 PM on 05.10.2013

Save State: No One Stops (NieR)

[Save State is a new Community Blog series started by taterchimp as an homage to Dtoid's own Memory Card series. Since this first blog was posted, several new ones have been shared, and several other Dtoiders have joined the ...

taterchimp

4:00 PM on 08.11.2011

The Memory Card .100: Where it all began ...

At first, I wasn’t sure what to do for the 100th entry of The Memory Card. All I knew was I wanted to make it special. I have been doing this series for almost five years, and am still in shock that I have written this ...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 08.04.2011

The Memory Card .99: The Marston legacy

If someone told me years ago that one of my favorite videogame moments in recent memory would happen in a Rockstar game, I would probably have laughed. And maybe pushed them into a mud puddle. I love Rockstar and think they m...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 07.28.2011

The Memory Card .98: Killing Medusa

When you are playing a videogame, it is natural to want to attack and destroy your enemies. Be it with a master sword, a spread gun, a whip, or some other wicked form of weaponry, when you see an enemy in front of you, tappin...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 07.21.2011

The Memory Card .97: Geography lesson

Can you imagine playing a videogame that forced you to remember everything you once learned in grade school? What if The Legend of Zelda required you to know the order of all the periodic elements before brewing a red potion?...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 07.14.2011

The Memory Card .96: Farewell, Klonoa

When you play a certain videogame series or genre, it is sometimes expected that you will encounter some form of memorable videogame moment. If you are playing a Metal Gear Solid game, for instance, you know one of the boss b...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 07.07.2011

The Memory Card .95: The jeep chase

Summer is in full swing. And with summer comes a slew of blockbuster movies filled with ridiculous, over-the-top action sequences. Action sequences that impress with their combination of chaotic choreography and unbelievable ...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 06.23.2011

The Memory Card .93: Language barrier

In a big-budget videogame, most of the memorable moments (alliteration!) occur during the game’s extended action sequences or over-the-top boss battles. And there is nothing wrong with that! I will always love my battle...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 05.26.2011

The Memory Card .92: Sacrificing Yoshi

At first glance, the Mario games exist in such a pleasant, colorful universe. Smiling clouds watch over the land with nothing but love in their soft, fluffy hearts; stars with bushy gray moustaches fly through space, laughing...

Chad Concelmo

3:20 PM on 05.19.2011

The Memory Card .91: A sniper rifle and a telephone

Have you ever played a videogame that you liked -- but didn’t love -- only to encounter a sequence that is so creative and well-designed it makes you wish the entire game contained more memorable moments like it? When t...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 05.12.2011

The Memory Card .90: In her father's Shadow

Family is a central part of anyone’s life. For better or worse, your family has a profound effect on you and changes your life in one way or another. Because of the emotionally deep connection everyone has to family, vi...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 05.05.2011

The Memory Card .89: MEAT 'SPLOSION!

One of the great things about videogames is how absurd they can be. Whether this absurdity is intentional (Noby Noby Boy) or unintentional (“All your base are belong to us!”) it’s always nice to see games th...

Chad Concelmo

4:00 PM on 04.28.2011

The Memory Card .88: The mark of a THIEF

How do videogames punish the player for doing something wrong? The easy answer is they kill them. By performing a key jump or sword swing incorrectly, the game punishes the player by taking away one of their lives. But what a...

Chad Concelmo