Funny how a year can change our perception of what Destructoid should be, how it should work, and what it should ultimately become. It's been a wild ride so far. I have to say, I can't tell you how happy I am that I received an invite to this year's E3. TWICE. Not bad for some dork in Miami that had nothing to do with the industry. The site has been good to a lot of us in little ways like that.
Anyway, I digress. What started out as my outspoken pissy little blog about the gaming industry will forever be changed tonight as we begin rolling out the features we've been trying to nail down since December: Community Blogs. Please pardon our dust as we completely rape the system to shreads tonight as we muddle out the vulva of 2006.
It is my hope that the next version of Destructoid will better fulfill your personal need to openly discuss video games on both our home page and with the friends you've made in our community, let you all become more involved and integral in our daily omens, and help us further shape the future of independent video game journalism.
I think we are gonna have some fun...
So! We are surely about to break the site as we do some testing. Half the stuff you may see is still in production and may not work right away. Please pardon our rape.
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