New Destructoid Episode: Call of PSN: Modern Burgertime - destructoid

New Destructoid Episode: Call of PSN: Modern Burgertime

9:15 PM on 05.09.2011

Max Scoville

Video Warlock


Oh! Funny running into you here. Are you here for the sale on irregular sweatpants? No? Oh, well me neither. Heh. Welp, anyway... here's a special 48-page collector's edition of The Destructoid Show with exclusive chromium cover.

Whiny Hamza News: I think Nick needs his own show, because his new releases videos are hilarious.
Companion Block News: Someone made a Minecraft mod in which you can play Portal. It's total Reddit porn.
Frustratingly Vague News: We don't know when the PSN will be fixed, or who hacked it, but hey. Free games.
Noisy Machine Gun News: There's a rumor about the next Call of Duty game, the top-secret "Project Colossus." It probably won't involve any Russian X-Men.
Fat Kid News: Burgertime: World Tour is a game about hamburgers, we have the new trailer and oh! What's this--
Contest News: Follow @monkeypawgames, and tweet at them why you're excited about #burgertime, they might give you prize. Do it!
Powerglove News: This week's movie club movie is The Wizard, which is actually about video games, and is on Netflix instant watch. (Oh, look! Free trial memberships!) Send us your video responses before Friday, and we might put your precious lil' face on the intertubes.

Also, special thanks to Neil LaPointe, who mailed us awesome toys that I can play with while Tara's talking boring girl stuff or Minecraft or whatever.




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