Did you know cows can have explosive diarrhea? I didn't know that until I saw this ad for Harvest Moon: A New Beginning. Thanks for enlightening us with this informational video, Marvelous AQL!
Destructoid's E3 coverage is sponsored in part by Destiny. Here's a note written by our sponsor:
Destiny, the next evolution in interactive entertainment that brings first-person action gamers together in a shared, persistent online world filled with sweeping adventures. Destiny casts players as Guardians of the last city on Earth, who will traverse the ancient ruins of our solar system from the red dunes of Mars to the lush jungles of Venus. Able to wield incredible power, gamers must battle humanity’s enemies and reclaim all that was lost during the collapse of mankind’s Golden Age. In a story-driven universe, Destiny’s saga unfolds through grand tales and epic adventures by immersing players in a bold new universe filled with cooperative, competitive, public, and social activities, all seamlessly connected.
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[This week Destructoid is paying the bills with The Cheetapult. While I'd love to smugly pose next to a few bags of Cheetos it's been done, so I'm just going to rub some on my chest.]
As millions of mobile gamers will attest, flinging something across a screen is a deeply satisfying experience. That's why Cheetos created the Cheetahpult, a mobile and desktop game that allows players to fire different kinds of Cheetos at various targets in order to rack up points. It's pretty addictive, just like, well, Cheetos. You can play the Cheetahpult on the CheetosChannel, then check out Cheetos on Facebook or more cheesy goodness.
This week Destructoid is sponsored in part by Walmart Games Center and Deadpool, who demonstrates his skills at irony and chimichangas. Kids, do not attempt these advanced culinary techniques at home without adult supervision and a video camera present.