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6:30 PM on 04.28.2014

3D platformer The Last Tinker hits Steam in May

Mimimi Productions has announced a May 12 Steam launch for its 3D platform adventure The Last Tinker: City of Colors, a game described as being influenced by such titles as Banjo-Kazooie and Jak and Daxter. Yep, that descrip...

Jordan Devore


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Terra Battle In-Game Giveaway

Celebrate the launch of the Terra Battle Download Starter campaign by following them on Twitter to receive 5 Energy to get a jumpstart once the game launches. Developed by the legendary Final Fantasy creator, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Terra Battle launches in October..




8:15 PM on 12.18.2013

Fan recreates Earthbound with HD visuals

To say that Earthbound, or Mother as it's referred to in Japan, is a much loved and admired game, is an understatement. From fans creating charity drives, to organized campaigns to get the game on Nintendo's virtual console -...

Alessandro Fillari

10:00 PM on 07.31.2013

Hadron's Forge features asteroid mining, real elements

Minecraft in space isn't exactly an original idea. StarForge showed up last year with impressive technology to back up that basic conceit and a greater focus on combat. Hadron's Forge starts with some of the same ideas: coll...

Darren Nakamura

3:00 PM on 05.12.2013

3D Sonic The Hedgehog coming to 3DS eShop in Japan

It's been a while since any region outside of Japan received a new 3D Classics touch-up on the 3DS eShop. You may think that the only difference between the originals and their 3D remakes is the added stereoscopic effect, but...

Tony Ponce

4:45 PM on 04.26.2013

ATV Wild Ride 3D is on sale this week

Despite the fact that I had a fairly lukewarm experience with ATV Wild Ride 3D, the fact of the matter is it delivers for racing fanatics, and has a working online component. So if you've been eying it recently, you can grab ...

Chris Carter

5:00 AM on 03.29.2013

Deadly Premonition PS3's pre-order bonuses detailed

Deadly Premonition: Director's Cut comes out next month (4/30) on PS3 and it will offer retailer-specific pre-order bonuses, which is a little bit of an oddity for a game getting its unexpected second life. Almost takes the s...

Steven Hansen

10:30 PM on 03.19.2013

Japan gets to rev its 3DS with 3D Super Hang-On

The Sega Genesis classic Super Hang-On is getting a 3D makeover for the 3DS, due out on Nintendo's eShop on March 27 for 600 Yen. Following on from Sega's first 3D re-release of 3D Space Harrier, you can play Super Hang-On us...

Raz Rauf



Nintendo must pay $30M due to 3D patent infringement photo
Nintendo must pay $30M due to 3D patent infringement
by Allistair Pinsof

Today, a federal jury found Nintendo guilty of infringing on a former Sony employee's glasses-free 3D tech with the release of the 3DS handheld. Nintendo is looking at a payout of $30.2 million in compensatory damages.

Inventor and former Sony employee Seijiro Tomita was awarded the $30.2 million due to his patent for providing 3D images without the need for 3D glasses.

Tomita's lawyer said in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan that Nintendo used Tomita's tech in developing the 3DS. Nintendo's defense attorney argued that the 3DS doesn't use the key features of the patent. The defense attorney also stated that a 2003 meeting between Nintendo and Tomita was only one of many held between vendors selling 3D display technology.

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Talking Deadly Premonition: Director’s Cut with SWERY photo
Talking Deadly Premonition: Director’s Cut with SWERY
by Steven Hansen

Destructoid’s love affair with the inimitable, idiosyncratic Deadly Premonition is a point of public record. Jim’s infamous, glowing, 10/10 review turned a lot of people onto the game -- myself included -- and for that we are as thankful as Resident Evil 6 are indignant. Or, if you’re playing along at home, substitute any game that we score low. “[x] gets a [y] when Deadly Premonition gets a 10,” the commenter scoffs and chortles into his Cheetos.

We’re all aware, of course, that there are some technical issues in the game. Deadly Premonition’s release was a rare one. A Japanese studio was developing, plainly, for a Western audience. The project was helmed by a man, SWERY (or SWERY65), committed to his bizarre vision and allowed creative control. That something so unique and personal got a retail, console release was amazing enough. The team being able to revisit the title to address niggling concerns, beautify it, and add content just seems unreal. Yet, that’s precisely what’s happening with Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut.

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9:00 AM on 01.08.2013

CES: Latest Oculus Rift prototype makes an appearance

At CES, Oculus is showing off the latest Rift prototype from the factory of the Kickstarter developer kit that is expected to ship soon. While the latest version of the handmade prototype is being demoed off here, the fancy l...

Dale North

12:30 AM on 10.13.2012

NYCC: Puppeteer looks amazing in 3D

I got a fair bit of hands-on time with Puppeteer at New York Comic-Con this weekend, but the best of what I've seen of the game so far was still hands off. And in 3D. Sony was kind enough to give us a peek at a boss fight fro...

Dale North





12:30 PM on 10.01.2012

Sony: consumers decided 3D is not important now

Back in 2009, it seemed everybody was jumping on the 3D bandwagon. Mouthpieces were declaring it the future, publishers were clambering over each other to praise it, and Sony went all-in with 3D PlayStation 3 support. It's sa...

Jim Sterling

12:00 PM on 09.22.2012

TGS: Gaming with Sony's HMZ-T2 3D headset

I had the chance to go face-on with Sony's new HMZ-T2 3D headset at Tokyo Game Show this week, putting it to the test as a face-worn gaming display. Sony dedicated a good sized portion of their booth to it this year in a push...

Dale North

10:30 AM on 08.24.2012

Kingdom Hearts AR Cards now available at Club Nintendo UK

It looks like the "US versus UK" Club Nintendo wars are about to enter another chapter, as our Euro friends are getting a chance to pony up 200 Stars for Kingdom Hearts 3D AR cards.The cards are actually just physical un...

Chris Carter

12:00 PM on 08.06.2012

God of War, inFAMOUS, Ratchet all getting PS Collections

You already knew that Ratchet & Clank was getting an HD Collection of its very own, but Sony has waved a magic wand and conjured new teets on the milky udder of re-releases. On August 28, not only will you be able to pick...

Jim Sterling



QuakeCon Preview: Going to hell in Doom 3's Lost Mission photo
QuakeCon Preview: Going to hell in Doom 3's Lost Mission
by Allistair Pinsof

[Destructoid is grabbing its rail gun and heading to Dallas, Texas this weekend for QuakeCon. Stay posted for game news, previews, and strange happenings from the infamous LAN room.]

In 2004, Doom 3 was a disappointment. It neither captured the speed of the original game or the lofty cinematic ambitions it tried to chase after. Instead, it was a slow, methodical shooter that leaned on its horror elements far more than previous games in the series. The game was at its best when it left the tight corridors of the space station and took the player back to hell -- thankfully BFG Edition's exclusive Lost Mission expansion returns to this setting while offering a lot more.

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