Office Chat


In another casual conversation from Destructoid's news room, Jordan Devore, Daniel Starkey and and I discuss the possible futures of Batman and Fallout. Plus, we marvel at how spectacularly wrong Aliens: Colonial Marines went.

In this casual discussion from Dtoid's news room, I'm joined by Jordan Devore and Allistair Pinsof and we respond to big announcements for The Witcher 3 and OUYA's retail availability. Plus, we share some views on Capcom's recent change-of-heart toward Resident Evil's direction.

In this latest installment of Office Chat, Jordan Devore, Brett Zeidler, and I consider whether Dead Island's cinematic trailers are misleading and if PC gamers should expect ports of games that utilize the superior power of their hardware. Plus, Nintendo's Virtual Console promotion might be a bit confusing, but represents a pretty good value.

In this edition of Office Chat, I'm joined by Jordan Devore and Kyle MacGregor, as we express our enthusiasm for Namco's announcement that Project X Zone will see western release, our hope that Atari may actually rise from the ashes and our dismay at politicians making dramatic crack shots.

Now arriving with an alarming consistency, I bring you the latest installment of Office Chat. In this episode, I'm joined again by Jordan Devore and Brett Zeidler as we address the controversy surrounding Star Wars: The...

We have a new Office Chat for your visual amusement. This time, I'm joined by Jordan Devore and Jim Sterling to converse a bit about the possibility of THQ's assets being broken apart to resolve their bankruptcy situation. We also give some thoughts on the news out of CES regarding Valve's plans for dedicated Steam consoles and the announcement of Pokémon X and Y.

Even though 2012 is careening toward its conclusion and we should be starting to wind down, it seems like we're busier than ever with our awards and year-end activities. But then we noticed a sudden spike in folk asking, "wh...

We're all pretty floored about the new direction Treyarch is taking the Call of Duty series for Black Ops 2, as it sounds like they're making the biggest effort to evolve the franchise since Modern Warfare. I talked a b...

Time once again for another conversation from within Destructoid's virtual office. In this edition of Office Chat, I'm joined by Dale North and Daniel Starkey for a lovely discussion of the rumors swirling about a clandestine meeting between Apple and Valve. Meanwhile, Starkey has a novel method for falling asleep at night, but at the cost of his enjoyment of motion-controlled games.

Office Chat is back! Seemingly, Soul Reaver is coming back as well and the gang talks a little bit about their memories of the Legacy of Kain series. Zynga's acquisition of Draw Something developer OMGPop leads Conrad to beg for more board game adaptations. And a discussion of a Dark Souls tease is interrupted by the invasion of a black phantom.

With the Vita looming on the horizon, it seems like it's all anybody is talking about right now. That includes the intrepid writing staff at Destructoid, as conversation about the handheld was so dominant in our virtual offi...

I predict that this will be our most popular episode of Office Chat to date. There's just something about this one which really grabs your attention. I think it's probably Dale's eyes. They're like oceans I could get lost in...

Destructoid's editorial staff are at it again with another casual conversation from within their virtual office. In this episode, Jonathan Holmes has a friend with some ethical standards we find questionable. And Resident Ev...

Time for another chat from Destructoid's virtual office. In this edition of Office Chat, I'm joined by Dale North and Jordan Devore for a conversation on fantasy vs. reality using women's underwear (a subject we clearly know...

It's time for another casual conversation from within Destructoid's virtual office. Dale is trapped in a particularly lengthy cutscene that he can't tear himself away from. Meanwhile, Square Enix keeps sending weird crap and a brief word on how the internet blackout went for us.






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