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1:30 PM on 09.29.2014

Giant characters in Super Smash Bros. are a glitch, sometimes

Giant characters are nothing new for the Super Smash Bros. series but not like this. Not like this. It seems that in Smash Bros. for 3DS, Yoshi's Egg Lay move has the ability to make large CPU characters even larger in Multi...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 09.29.2014

Horror title Noct reaches its Kickstarter funding goal, Greenlit on Steam

Noct, a 2D top-down multiplayer survival horror game that blends arcade combat with RPG survival elements has recently met and exceeded its Kickstarter funding goal of $20,000 CAD and has been Greenlit on Steam. The game's b...

Rob Morrow

12:45 PM on 09.29.2014

Want to watch a season pass trailer for a game that hasn't released yet?

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor's doing mostly fine from the reviews that came out last week, but that doesn't mean that you will like it. How can you like a game if you haven't played it yet? You can't, plain and simple...

Brett Makedonski



Free update for Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare adds tweaked classes, tacos photo
Free update for Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare adds tweaked classes, tacos
by Darren Nakamura

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare has already done right by its users by providing good post-launch support via free downloadable content, and it is continuing on that path with tomorrow's Legends of the Lawn update.

The DLC features a host of character variants that add options to both sides of play. Additionally, a new mode called Taco Bandits is included, which is described as capture the flag, but with tacos instead of flags.

Legends of the Lawn should release for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One tomorrow, at the low price of zero dollars. You can't argue with that.

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12:15 PM on 09.29.2014

Uncharted 4's Nathan Drake looks 'next gen as f*ck'

What can we expect from renowned development studios when it comes to creating games for current consoles? If you're in the camp that prioritizes stunning visuals and character models, Uncharted 4 looks as if it'll scra...

Brett Makedonski

12:00 PM on 09.29.2014

There's another Mega Man hoodie out there that's a bit more affordable

Earlier this year Capcom debuted a pretty detailed Mega Man hoodie. The only problem? It was $200. Yep, that's a lot of damn money for a hoodie. Thankfully there's another one out there in the wild that granted, looks a bit l...

Chris Carter





11:30 AM on 09.29.2014

Nintendo is serious with 3DS themes, will have nearly 50 in Japan at launch

When I first heard of the upcoming 3DS theme concept, I wasn't super hopeful. I thought that Nintendo would probably put up a few major ones (Zelda and Mario), and completely forget about it over the course of a few weeks. Bu...

Chris Carter

11:00 AM on 09.29.2014

Would you buy a physical version of Hearthstone?

I play a lot of tabletop games, especially on the card side (Dominion is a staple at this point). They're generally easy to set up and easy to play, but of course there are exceptions -- one of them seems to be a physica...

Chris Carter

10:45 AM on 09.29.2014

The Evil Within has gone gold so let us hack up some bodies

I'm good and ready to jump into The Evil Within. So ready. The game has gone gold across all platforms, says Bethesda. That means that we're on track for the October 14 release of Shinji Mikami's latest survival horror, brin...

Dale North

10:30 AM on 09.29.2014

Visceral promises Battlefield: Hardline will work at launch

Battlefield 4 was a gigantic mess on multiple platforms. Some consoles had randomly deleting campaign data, some had constant audio issues weeks after launch, and practically every platform had server issues months after. Hec...

Chris Carter



Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax photo
Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
by Kyle MacGregor

It's still tough to believe a fighting game based on the Persona series exists, let alone is any good, but Persona 4 Arena certainly came as a pleasant surprise. Atlus and Arc System Works are two distinctive studios known for creating very different types of experiences, but somehow managed to meld their unique strengths into a stellar fusion.

It must have been a difficult task, trying to charm two disparate audiences at once, but the developers proved more than capable of surmounting the challenge. Now they've returned with a followup in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, hoping to make lightning strike twice.

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9:00 AM on 09.29.2014

Sears' 3DS ad listing is absolutely ridiculous

I've seen some absurd ad spots but this one may take the cake. Sears has posted a 3DS advertisement that not only sounds like it belongs in the 1920s (step right up!), but also contains some purely false information. It start...

Chris Carter

8:00 AM on 09.29.2014

Everyone is fabulous in this Japanese New 3DS commercial

Nintendo has a New 3DS TV spot making the rounds, and it shows off some strange new outfits for some iconic Nintendo characters. I'm talking top hat Link, King Pikachu, and a Bowser that's too swanky for his own good. In all...

Chris Carter

6:00 PM on 09.28.2014

Attention Smash Bros players: better call dibs now!

In keeping with Dtoid tradition, several community bloggers have begun calling dibs on their favorite Smash Bros fighters! ShadeOfLight: Luigi Salvador Sandoval: Ness GoofierBrute: Little Mac StriderHoang: Diddy Kong Wrenchf...

Mr Andy Dixon

5:00 PM on 09.28.2014

Which videogame characters would help you move?

[Dtoid community blogger RedHeadPeak should have called the Muscle March guys. Want to see your own writing appear on the front page? Go write something! --Mr Andy Dixon] A month ago, I moved into my new home. The house is a ...

RedHeadPeak



Review: Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair photo
Review: Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
by Brittany Vincent

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc was an intelligent riff on the perils of high school -- you know, if you had thrown a murder mystery in between classes and the principal was a maniacal stuffed animal.

Its sequel, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, takes a beleaguered trope and turns it on its head. This is one "trapped on a desert island" story that takes things to another level entirely.

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