Destructoid contributor Fraser Brown is quite the artiste, no?
PAX is a thing, we reviewed Anomaly Warzone Earth, there's more Kickstarter stuff going on, and more happened on 4/06.
Destructoid Original:So ... who's buy... read
Seriously, how could you ever be mad at that face?! I worry about you if this doesn't melt your heart.
Ian Bonds spent some time at a roundtable with Hideo Kojima, Mass Effect fans trolled Bioware with cupcakes, Fraser ... read
Oh look, Ghost Recon Future Soldier has a 4-player co-op survival mode. There was a time when the knowledge of horde-mode style multiplayer really excited me, but it's been run into the ground at this point. Surprisingl... read
How have I not heard of Krater before today?!
The top-down RPG from Fatshark games (the folks behind Lead and Gold: Gangs of the West, and Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2), touts an intriguing setting and more than its ... read
Yeah, it seems most people didn't like Ninja Gaiden, but that doesn't make Ryu any less of a badass.
This was definitely Epic Mickey 2's day. Beyond that, Mass Effect 3's getting a face-fixing patch, the Adventure Time DS ga... read
I know you folks are starting to compile your own personal lists of who will or won't be in attendance at E3 this year, right? Well it seems you can definitely count on seeing Zynga there, so go ahead and breathe a sigh of re... read
Arcade classics Frogger and Pac-Man have been thoroughly run into the ground. Both are available on every single platform conceivable in some form or other and odds are, you're sick of them. The difference between t... read
Check it out! There's totally a new trailer for Big John Games' Big Bass Arcade: No Limit for the Wii featuring those ooh-so-stunning graphics! I respect the Wii, I use mine quite a bit, but I've never understood why de... read
Destructoid turned six today and, apparently, we're not the only ones celebrating. Square Enix's Laura Shiraishi threw us an email earlier complete with this totally rad drawing of Mr. Destructoid. So a BIG thank you goe... read
Activision's been injecting a steady stream of new content into their Call of Duty Elite platform over the last few months, but the rest of you that don't feel like investing in the service have yet to experience the jo... read
Oh hey, it's a new trailer for DiRT: Showdown, the next entry to the long running rally series from Codemasters. After DiRT 3 ruffled some feathers with it's diminished focus on pure rally racing, Codemasters decided to... read
Haggar isn't a threat? Mistake number one.
Today saw another deluge of GDC goodness, some mildly-interesting Vita news, more next-gen rumors, Blades of Time actually exists, and more happened on 3/9/2012.
I... f*ck. It's Armored Core V, guys. I remember buying my PS1 way back when, opening the packed-in demo disk (the one with Croc: Legend of the Gobbos, Parappa the Rapper, and I.Q), and falling in love with Armored... read
There are quite a few behind-the-scenes videos out there, but rarely are they delivered with this much class. At its core, the trailer simply depicts The Witcher 2's January CG trailer in its early stages, but it's so damn s... read
There are a lot of free-to-play FPS on the market. Seriously, there are tons. Like, you could throw a stone out into the wilds of the internet and odds are, if it doesn't hit porn, it'll hit a f2p shooter. Regardless, develo... read
It seems Team Ninja isn't about to let Street Fighter x Tekken have all of the cross-fighter fun this year. The Dead or Alive series is no stranger to guest characters with DOA 4 featuring a non-canonical... read
You'd think that, after years of music games, the potential for DLC would start to diminish. Also, you'd be mostly correct. Next Tuesday, three more tepid tracks will be released for Rock Band 3 and, well, they're from E... read
I really want to play The Witcher 2. It's sitting in my Steam library waiting for me to finish its predecessor, staring at me. It's begging me to just skip ahead and in my heart I want to.
The newest trailer for the th... read
Nintendo's Wii and the motion control trend that followed gave seemed like the game industry's answer to inactive youth. As games have grown in popularity, kids have spent less and less time outside and, logically, "active" g... read
We all knew Double Fine would do alright with their Kickstarter campaign, but I'm not sure we all expected it to blow up like it has. With over $2,228,000 raised so far, it's kind of a big deal. In response, Double Fine... read
As is the case with each new generation of Pokémon games, there's going to be a third version to round out the newest set; except this time it's a third and fourth. It seems Pokémon Black Version ... read feature
I don't often enjoy Dorkly's stuff. They do good work and I can appreciate that, but it's generally not for me. This one featuring a dog park full of game characters and their pets, however, is just gold.
We went hands... read
The outpouring of exclusive content for Call of Duty's Elite subscribers continues this week with a new map and some enticing new clan activities. Now they say the map, Overwatch, is new, but I can't help but think that it's ... read
Just as I think I've gotten over not having the LEGO Millennium Falcon as a child, I see this. This stop motion assembly of the spacecraft is a harsh reminder of the fact that my childhood, as good as it was, was severely la... read
A new trailer for Playbox Games' Bang Bang Racing is very clear about one thing. Cones are a dangerous object that must be avoided at all costs. Joining those malicious cones in their quest to stop you are various barre... read
I've somehow managed to forget that the HeroClix tabletop game existed. In the time since I last pondered the hero-centric miniatures game, they've apparently launched HeroClix Online. I'll have to start looking into that in ... read
Techland's 2010 off-road racing game Nail'd was a bit of a surprise in that it was actually a pretty ok game. Their new project, Mad Riders, seems like a safe bet for them considering that it's basically Nail'd... again.&nbs... read
Projects like Fray are part of why I'm so excited to finally own a gaming PC. (I know the game isn't breaking new ground, visually, but my laptop runs on the blood, sweat, and tears of a finely tuned team of mice.) The ... read
You may have seen Steven Hansen's name here on the front page every now and then; he does a wonderful job covering some reviews and San Francisco previews. In these few months I've known him, however, I've seen a side o... read
Last month, Rockstar announced that they were pushing back the ever-so-slowly approaching launch of Max Payne 3 to give it a little bit more TLC. While the excitement is definitely mounting, I’m sure we can all agree th... read feature
This one took me a little bit to wrap my head around. Flypad, available on iTunes, allows you to control PC racing games like Need For Speed: The Run and DiRT 3 with touchscreen and tilt controls by downloading the iOS ... read
I love the idea of promoting a new game release with a contest; it's a pretty foolproof concept. I definitely like the idea of being allowed to shoot Sweet Tooth's ice cream truck with a machine gun. Sounds perfect, rig... read