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Destructoid Show: MGS menswear, GOW fitness, and Vizati

Apr 06 // Max Scoville

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Destructoid.com and Revision3 are proud to bring you another episode of the award-winning and critically-acclaimed Destructoid Show. (I totally just made all that up.)

In tonight's episode, we decrypt some top secret information from our Bothan/Australian spies regarding upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC. After that, and much to my chagrin, we discuss the future of the Gears of War franchise. Luckily, I prepared some childish commentary on this topic. From there, news of a more affordable Xbox 360 development kit, a free copy of Mass Effect 2 if you purchase Dragon Age 2, and talk about fabulous espionage fashion -- Konami unveils a new line of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker menswear.

As it's a Wednesday, Tara has another installment of her Show & Tell segment, this time shining some light on Vizati, a puzzle game developed by a little two-person team called Different Pixel.

Finally, if you weren't aware, The Destructoid Show now has an official page on Facebook and an official Twitter. So go do the... Thing. With that. 

Spoiler Alert: I found a pile of neckties sitting in my apartment lobby. I decided to wear one today.


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