Slam Bolt Scrappers is one of those games that's hard to briefly -- and eloquently -- describe without cheapening the overall package. And what a glorious package it is.
Today, we're given a video overview by Fire Hose Games' own Alec Shobin, which should help to get the point across better than any of my ramblings ever could. The wait for SBS on PlayStation Network won't be much longer (March), and rest assured, there's plenty more for us to talk about in the near future.
Destructoid produces a weekly podcast called Podtoid. Our reviews editor Jim Sterling often uses it as a platform for spontaneous free association, improvising nightmarish, hilarious, largely unpredictabl...more
One of the problems with most narrative-focused games is that after you've played through them once, most of the surprises are over. The Yawhg, the next game from Damian Sommer (Friendship in 4 Colors), looks to circumve...more
A lot of classic shmups also happen to work as metaphors for insemination. The last level of R-Type Final immediately comes to mind. Wouldn't you know it, but there is a guy who's taken that theme even further, wit...more