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10:30 PM on 03.08.2013

Voice of PaRappa the Rapper petitions for a sequel

PaRappa the Rapper needs the world, and the world needs PaRappa the Rapper. A piddling two games is not enough for the floppy-eared dog, and no one feels that more strongly than the man behind the dog: Dred Foxx. Foxx recentl...

Tony Ponce


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Mistwalker Announces Upcoming Terra Battle Concert

Terra Battle concert planning is now underway as the popular mobile-RPG surpasses 1 million downloads in less than a month. For more information on upcoming milestones and recently unlocked milestones, please visit Terra Battle's Download Starter.




11:50 PM on 11.17.2012

How moderated is Miiverse? It's a police state! (Update)

[Update: It seems Nintendo has given the deleted post in question further review and decided that it was okay.  "We have checked the reported content and determined that it is not in violation of the Miiverse Code of Con...

Jim Sterling

11:00 AM on 05.03.2012

Notch: EA is methodically destroying gaming

Minecraft developer Markus "Notch" Persson is angry at Electronic Arts for exploiting the concept of the indie bundle, expressing his distaste for the company's self-made association with independent developers. According to ...

Jim Sterling

2:00 PM on 03.30.2012

Protesters plan day-long blackout of Modern Warfare 3

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 players, angry at the lack of post-launch support, are planning a day-long blackout of the game in hopes that their concerns will be addressed. The plan was revealed in a Youtube video, along wi...

Jim Sterling

9:00 AM on 02.29.2012

You can still earn Trophies on pre-owned PS Vita games

Sony is trying all it can to combat used sales of PS Vita games. A few SCEA-published titles are already rocking online passes, but there's a more insidious trick that I didn't even know existed -- Vita carts that s...

Jim Sterling



18 senators oppose PIPA, hearings for SOPA in February photo
18 senators oppose PIPA, hearings for SOPA in February
by Jim Sterling

Despite cynicism and criticism from some corners of the Web, one can safely say that yesterday's blackout protests against SOPA and PIPA were highly successful. A number of news outlets around the world finally started covering these bills for the first time, and a clear statement was sent. 

A statement so clear, in fact, that the malicious Protect IP Act (PIPA) lost the support of eighteen senators over the course of yesterday, seven of which were actual co-sponsors of the bill! 

As Wikipedia and 75,000 other sites went dark, there was a game-specific victory. TIGA -- the British equivalent of the ESA -- voiced its opposition to the bills. Nice to see there's one game industry trade organization with a shred of decency. 

Of course, it's not over. SOPA's chosen champion, Lamar Smith, got really pissy about the protests. He called them a "publicity stunt" and promised that the previously shelved SOPA hearings would go ahead in February. It would seem his pride has gotten the best of him and he's doing what he can to force SOPA into law now. 

The protests went great though. The Internet rocks!

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10:00 AM on 01.09.2012

Dark Souls PC petition boasts over 48,000 signatures

Last week, we brought word of a petition asking Namco Bandai to release Dark Souls on PC. At last count, there were 13,000 signatures. Now, there are over 48,000 and the number keeps climbing. Just two hours ago (at the time ...

Jim Sterling

9:40 AM on 08.24.2011

EA's Origin may be glorified Spyware, causes mass upset

In case you hadn't heard already, Electronic Arts' Origin is more than just a petty attempt to undermine Steam. It's an insidious petty attempt to undermine Steam. The service has upset gamers since it reserves the ...

Jim Sterling

2:00 PM on 03.05.2011

Game devs blame Nintendo (and Apple) for ruining games

While GDC is often a place to celebrate videogames, there's plenty of room for complaining, too. Nintendo and Apple were both targets throughout the show, as a number of game devs slammed their business practices and the way ...

Jim Sterling

8:00 AM on 03.05.2011

Judge lets Sony unmask anyone who visited PS3 hack site

If you live in San Francisco and you visited George Hotz's website between January 2009 and now, you might be in in Sony's headlights. A federal magistrate has given Sony the power to expose anybody who patronized the PS3 jai...

Jim Sterling

8:34 AM on 02.27.2011

Group boycotts 3DS over human rights abuses (update)

[Update: Matt Brown, associate director of communications, has stated that the Enough Project does not sanction this boycott: We at Enough have never advocated for a boycott of electronics, so this is a misrepresentation...

Jim Sterling







Awakened: Who Do You Want To Be? photo
Awakened: Who Do You Want To Be?
by Jim Sterling

Awakened has caught some eyes since Phosphor Games rose from the ashes of Midway and turned a canceled game into a living, breathing project. The game is about creating your own protagonist with unique super powers, and it's already captured our imagination. There's no denying the ambition on display.

Many outlets have contacted Phosphor to know more, but Destructoid has the scoop. We were very lucky to chat with the team about their new game, as well as nab a selection of the latest screenshots. So who do you want to be? Somebody who knows all about Awakened, or a chump?

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3:00 AM on 02.11.2011

The second American revolution is Homefront

That's what this new trailer from THQ claims. Works for me. I really hope Homefront winds up delivering. There is something that appeals to me deeply about a game set in an occupied United States, as I don't think it has bee...

Conrad Zimmerman

11:00 AM on 04.10.2010

EA zings Activision over Infinity Ward lawsuit

Activision seems to spend more time in a courtroom than it does anywhere else these days. As the evil publisher continues its bitter legal brawl with ex-Infinity Ward heads Jason West and Vince Zampella, the rest of us are wo...

Jim Sterling

11:30 AM on 03.24.2010

FINALLY: UK game industry getting tax relief!

After what has felt like forever, British chancellor Alistair Darling has finally revealed that the government will adopt TIGA's tax relief plan for UK game developers, giving them incentives that other media have e...

Jim Sterling

4:00 PM on 03.17.2010

The joys of being a videogame reviewer

Nothing gives me more joy than this job. It's a dream career, albeit a fairly ludicrous one. You mean, somebody pays me to tell other people what I think about videogames? That's the stupidest job in the world! Nobody is more...

Jim Sterling