If you haven't noticed, the mean, green robot himself Mr. Destructoid and yours truly have launched a brand new video site. We've given it a fancy name and everything -- check it out now: Video.Destructoid. It's so yummy, ju... read
I love my PlayStation 3 -- a lot more than I really should. My curvy, delicious, Japanese piece of hardware likes it when I set the lights low, turn the stereo up and play with her all night long. There's something particula... read
I have the amazing and rare ability to be at two places at the exact same time.
In one corner of San Francisco in 2K Marine, Borderland's game design director, Paul Hellquist and I talked about their fresh new DLC "The Secre... read
It was love at first sight when I hopped in a Warthog and was taking out Covenant Elite soldiers with every drive-by opportunity on the Forerunner ring world of Halo: Combat Evolved. With Grunts to my left and Jackals to my ... read
I have to admit, after playing the original Lost Planet and finishing it, I had no interest in returning to E.D.N. III.
But when I learned the icy planet has now sprung up different jungle and dessert environments after 10 y... read
When creative director of Microsoft Game Studios Ken Lobb and I aren't talking about Perfect Dark Zero (or how awful The Klobb is), I'm interrogating him for any details I can squeeze out of him on Killer Instinct 3, or any ... read
Among the sounds of machine guns and reloading pistols echoing at X10, you'll find one of the original men responsible for taking first person shooters on consoles to the next level.
Quietly sitting and admiring the latest H... read
The survival horror genre has had its share of ups and downs. Dead Space is one of those amazing milestones that will always creep up on me in the middle of the night, reminding me what a coward I am for not finishing it, be... read
I am the last of a dying breed.
I am but a lonely Sony fan-boy among the children of the evil whiteconsole known as the Xbox 360. But 2K Games was awesome enough to ship me a PlayStation 3 copy of BioShock 2. The boys at the... read
Last week Destructoid and several other outlets were invited to a 2K Games review event to evaluate the MP component of BioShock 2 -- a delicious bit of early access that I found as satisfying as the booze and hamburgers ser... read
What does the release of the iPad mean for gamers? That debate will continue -- but how many of you out there have actually seen Apple's new gorgeous gizmo in action?
With 60 games and a track record of 55 million downloads,... read
We live in the post Modern Warfare 2 era. Having a title like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 make headlines with it's record breaking billion dollar sales, it had me thinking about the industry's reaction, especially Karl Ma... read
Our very own Brad Rice and Samit Sarkar have had their very own experiences already with MX vs. ATV Reflex, and when my turn to bat finally came, I wanted to make sure I had camera in hand to capture every single moment of w... read feature
Sunday morning was full of surprises, one of them being Target selling Assassin's Creed 2 a bit early. The amusing part was when the cashier realized the game wasn't released until Tuesday -- after he sold it to me. I just s... read feature
With all the hype and controversy about terrorists doing evil terrorists things involving terror, addictive multi-player and shiny graphics -- Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 has showered in a crazy amount of love (and hate) e... read
What the world needs is more fishing games and less violent first-person shooters. Take my good friend and Dtoid community member, SnakeDude4life. The screeching sounds of gunfire and the metal dings of bouncing grenades are... read feature
There’s nothing better on the planet that stimulates my creative senses and inspires my complicated gaming mind than videogames and a good soundtrack. I’m addicted and attracted to music videos, short films of eye... read
If you're anything like me and have no idea what video games are, let alone a camera and a computer, you'll be pleasantly surprised (like I was) when I learned 2007 was the ultimate year of gaming. It was the year when next-g... read
Only hours away from our Miami home, Colette and I have nested at our gate in a extremely icy cold Atlanta airport. We have zero hours of sleep, a serious case of jet-lag and a I can't get enough of the new CNN iPhone App. It... read feature
Contest update: Superdrybones wins $69 nacho+cat+skateboard flavored dollars and a slightly used Publix mallard duck. We'd love to also send you photos of our puss-filled breasts that shoot angry babies from the... read feature
Many mango seasons ago, a Japanese company promised a revolution to the gaming populace with a tiny white box and its magical motion-sensing controller. The day finally arrived when the heavens opened, and Nintendo's console ... read
...the press room. Hundreds of media outlets far and wide from across the globe find the means, time and most importantly, the budget, to get themselves to the Tokyo Game Show. Hiding underneath the main staircase which acces... read
Sega hit's all the right marks with their impressive booth, one corner features family friendly titles, sprayed with a nice shade of sky blue. While the opposite corner showcases Baynonetta, in black and red with blood covere... read
Leave it to good old fashion American thinking to design and build a booth that is not only romantically impressive but inviting and welcoming to it's visitors. Microsoft may not have Sony's Death Star of a booth, but t... read
Good lord! It looks like Bandai Namco snuck away in the middle of the night, hours before Tokyo Game Show officially opened it's doors to the press, and beheaded the now famous 60 foot Gundam that lives in Odaiba, Tokyo. I wi... read
Konami's presence at Tokyo Game Show was all about their latest PSP sweetheart, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. They paid little attention to the PSP's bigger and older brother the PlayStation 3, and dedicated the major... read
Sony clearly dominates Tokyo Game Show, not only with it's massive library of titles and hardware raining across the showroom floor, but with it's epic monument of a booth. A wall of lights wrap around several floors wh... read
Living in the middle of the Square Enix booth, hangs a giant screen that glows with wonder and the answers to our very existence. Hundreds of members of the press gather like clock work to vast in it's glory, and receive thei... read
Moshi moshi... that's all I got. It's currently Thursday morning in Tokyo, and I'm listening to our beloved Nick Chester curse and bark at our television -- it's a beautiful thing. This can easily become our early morning rit... read
In a excessively large, 50,000 square ft warehouse in upstate New York, Vicarious Visions has developed over 100 titles in the past 10 years. They've trekked the hardware plains of all of our favorite consoles and hand-held ... read
Storm Dain joins the 3rd Street Saints and vandalizes the colorful streets of Stilwater and his hometown of Reno, Neveda. He's sporting a new Bluetooth wireless microphone and a smug attitude towards Grand Theft Auto IV, but ... read
I landed in Seattle for my very first PAX Thursday afternoon, and the moment I got off the plane, I was greeted with warm hugs and smiles from our epic community. The first 48 hours here have been pretty amazing, and I can't ... read