Destructoid: Carmen Sandiego, Gang Bangs, and The PSP2 - destructoid

Destructoid: Carmen Sandiego, Gang Bangs, and The PSP2

10:40 PM on 01.28.2011

Max Scoville

Video Warlock


Good news everyone! We've just completed work on the latest episode of The Destructoid Show.

In this episode, our heroes discuss WTF the 411 on the PSP2, AKA the NGP is. OMG. If that's not portable Sony news for you, we also have some details on the Playstation Phone. Er. The Experia Play, whatever, and that PS Suite framework whatsit that it's running on.

Then, there's some tidbits and titbutts about Anarchy Reigns and Bulletstorm. I wax nostalgic about Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? and The Oregon Trail, which are coming to Facebook, and Tara whispers sweet nothings about the new Kirby game where he stabs monkeys with a machete for some reason.

MEGA BONUS THING: This Sunday, at 2PM PST/5PM EST, we're gonna be doing another Charitywater livestream. We'll be doing this on the Destructoid JTV channel and it's all to help build wells in third-world countries, where they don't have clean drinking water, let alone cool video games.

Go make a donation HERE and we'll have huge crushes on you forever and draw hearts around your name on our notebooks during study hall.


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