Shaquille O'Neal is at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, which makes me happy. What makes me even happier, however, is that when jokingly asked by GamerFitNation if we'd ever get to see a sequel to 1994's Shaq Fu, he said ... more
Sony delivered details on its Gaikai-based game streaming service, PlayStation Now, at CES. This PlayStation Access overview sums up the most useful tidbits we know about the service at this time, According to Dale, it alrea... more
Whoa, it's 2014! What do you know! Well, here's what we know: Sony has detailed PlayStation Now, the Gaikai streaming plan, Valve has showed off fourteen different Steam Boxes and Dale got to play with that funky new controll... more
Nvidia kicks off CES with their new mobile processor, dubbed the Tegra K1. This super chip features first 192-core GPU based on the Kepler architecture, powered by DirectX 11, and supporting Unreal Engine 4 and OpenGL 4.4. T... more
Microsoft has shown off some new Kinect technology at CES that's looking to turn your entire living room into one big interactive space. IllumiRoom uses Kinect for Windows and a projector to augment the area around your tele... more
Hey gang! The Destructoid Show is now switching to a twice-a-week schedule, so we'll now be Tuesday and Friday. Today is a Tuesday, so that's why we did an episode.
Major news-things happened: a company called Xi3 announced t... more
So, that Razer tablet prototype that some of you were doubting? Check it out running The Elder Scrolls v: Skyrim on "Ultra High" quality settings at 1280 x 800 resolution. Nice, right? Razer tells us that it's totally p... more
It's time for yet another quick news flash, courtesy of The Destructoid Show! Now that we've officially joined the Revision3 team, you can expect to see a lot more videos like this popping up on the homepage.
On today's DTOI... more
It's Friday afternoon here at The Destructoid Show, and that can only mean two things: gallons of booze and a smattering of news! Preferably in that order. With emphasis on the former.
On today's show, Max talks about SWTOR'... more
Any idiot would know that these are the ViewSonic birds. Oh, and it looks like someone (*cough* R&B recording artist Tank *cough*) doesn't know how to play "Axel F" correctly.
What the hell is happening here?
As a bonus, hit the jump to see the most epic (and annoying) soundcheck ever. more
Microsoft's Cheney-esque powerhouse Steve Ballmer just announced that Kinect is getting a virtual chat service. Dubbed "Avatar Kinect," this new Xbox Live service will allow you to communicate with friends in a virtual space... more
I probably played entirely too much Shadowrun (the tabletop game, not the bastardization of same name for Xbox 360) in high school, because I've heard people tell me that these mice look silly but I refuse to believe it's tr... more
I love the Consumer Electronics Show, but it's a bitch sometimes. Today was one of those times. The floor was packed, people were stinky and gross, and you could barely move without running into someone else. On top of that,... more
The Capcom fighting title Tatsunoko vs. Capcom is almost perfect on the Wii as is, if you ask me. The only thing missing is a good controller. Mad Catz brought along the Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Arcade FightStick along to ... more
Our friend Alex from Mad Catz was kind enough to show us around their newest controller, the new Street Fighter IV Arcade Tournament FightStick. It's got a new body, a new look, and new parts and functionality that make it e... more
The PC version of Dark Void sounds cooler than its console counterparts. Earlier this afternoon, official Capcom blog Capcom-Unity laid out the differences, telling its readers that this version of the vertical shooter featu... more
The most impactful, game-changing design distinction between Street Fighter IV and its super follow-up isn’t the addition of fresh rival battle scenes, characters or even the pyrotechnic new Ultra Combos. It’s ea... more
Earlier in the day, Xbox Game Room was revealed to be a real thing. Microsoft's Robbie Bach did a video interview with On10.net that was accidentally put up a little too soon. The video was taken down, but nothing ever reall... more
OK, Conrad wasn't doing jumping jacks of joy after he got his hands on a preview build of the Wii-exclusive Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop at CES. If anything, there has been some good to come out of Capcom's dec... more
Remember Fat Princess, the cooperative strategy/action game coming to PSN that garnered a little bit of controversy from feminist groups for its namesake portly royalty? Sony had an early build at their CES booth that they w... more
It's been awhile since we've seen or heard anything from Radical Entertainment and its third-person, open-world action title Prototype. In fact, the last time we really heard anything new about the game was last year's San Fr... more
Last night we attended the Digital Experience!, a sort of CES pre-show where highlighted items were shown off to an invite-only crowd. Covering general electronics, there was a bit of everything there, but we sorted through ... more
When it comes to all things CES, words only mean so much. Anyone can claim to have the hottest, most feature-packed device on the planet, but you truly need to see the product in question to believe.CNET got its hands on the... more
Microsoft has been showing off all of their new Xbox Live Arcade games at CES 2007 and boy do they look good. Of these upcoming titles, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, is looking to be one of the more anticipated.Any fan... more