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3:00 PM on 04.26.2014

Thomas Was Alone leaps past one million sales

Thomas Was Alone sales have eclipsed the one million mark, creator Mike Bithell revealed yesterday via Twitter. The minimalist platformer wasn't an overnight success, though. Thomas Was Alone first arrived on Windows and...

Kyle MacGregor



Reviews in Review: Steins;Gate, Half Minute Hero 2, Trials Fusion photo
Reviews in Review: Steins;Gate, Half Minute Hero 2, Trials Fusion
by Ben Pack

"Reviews in Review" is a new show that releases every week where I will go over the reviews published this week on Destructoid, as well as give a score to the week in general. This week I talked about the reviews for Steins;Gate, Half Minute Hero 2, and Putty Squad. 

Otherwise, check out the recap of all the reviews that ran this past week on Destructoid below. Make sure to stay until the end of the video too for a DESTRUCTOID EXCLUSIVE interview.

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10:15 AM on 04.15.2014

New Vita, PS3 RPG from former Atlus devs coming soon

Rumor time. But this one is a good one, and likely a solid one. Something-something Dimension is all we have, thanks to a source that is holding off on full details, which are set to drop in a couple of days. But we do know t...

Dale North

9:49 AM on 04.11.2014

Tribute Games is bringing Mercenary Kings to the Vita

When Mercenary Kings was released for the PC and PS4, many fans yelled "why not Vita too!" Well Destructoid has just learned at PAX East that Tribute Games is working on it, and it will be out as soon as it's done -- it ...

Chris Carter

2:00 PM on 04.02.2014

Soul Sacrifice Delta may be coming to the west

Soul Sacrifice Delta, an expansion/semi-sequel of sorts for the original PlayStation Vita game Soul Sacrifice, is apparently coming to the west, according to a listing from a Spanish retailer. According to the listing the fo...

Chris Carter

10:30 AM on 03.03.2014

Luftrausers is coming to PC, PS3, and Vita on March 18

We already knew developer Vlambeer's Lufrausers was headed to the PC, PS3 and Vita platforms, but now we have a concrete release date -- March 18th. Publisher Devolver Digital has also confirmed today that it will b...

Chris Carter





3:00 PM on 02.20.2014

This is how to build a trap in Deception IV

Deception IV is on the way here, and if you think it's going to be a constantly action packed experience, you should check out the above trailer. Essentially, the vast majority of your time is going to be spent in menus...

Chris Carter



Review: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc photo
Review: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
by Wesley Ruscher

Adventure games enable developers to guide their audience on an incredibly focused journey. Completely scripted -- with little variation or user input that impacts the outcome -- they rely on the quality of their storytelling first and foremost. Gameplay is often used only to aid the method in which their madness is presented.  

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is an adventure game where madness excels. It’s a world where fear lurks around every corner and despondence has crept in; its narrative is full of uncertainty, mystery, and sadistic intent. Yet, its gameplay creates more than just a fly on the wall feeling -- even if you are living someone else’s story -- and is a must play for any fan of the genre or those who love a good "whodunit."

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Review: Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God photo
Review: Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God
by Wesley Ruscher

With the amount of role-playing adventures I’ve journeyed through in my life that culminate in apocalyptic showdowns, I’m a little tired. Save the world, rinse, and repeat. It’s so rare that a Japanese RPG deviates from this path. Perhaps it is why I mostly enjoyed last year’s critically panned Time and Eternity. The game was a mess -- both in gameplay and with its unnecessarily perverted sidekick -- yet amidst its troubles I found its overall theme refreshing.

We live in a world full of problems: some big and some small. And while they may all not be the most altruistic, it doesn't change the fact they still may be important or, at the very least, interesting subject matter to us. This is what Time and Eternity excelled at, and it’s something Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God does even better.

Besides, saving the world is overrated.

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The best and worst games of the week - A Bravely January  photo
The best and worst games of the week - A Bravely January
by Wesley Ruscher

January has come and gone, but that doesn't mean there weren't some great games to play. Just look at all the amazing "indie" games that hit the PC this month.

We had the fruition of two KickStarter campaigns finally see the light of day -- The Banner Saga and the first act of Double Fine's Broken Age -- the quirky Octodad, and the totally rad OlliOlii on PS Vita.

There was definitely some great stuff to keep us busy this month, and February is looking just as smooth. I can't even tell you how much I can't wait to get my thumbs on Bravely Default on the 3DS. Well... I guess I just did. 

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6:00 PM on 01.28.2014

Mask de synth: Hotline Miami 2 coming Q3 2014

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, the sequel to everyone's favorite neon soaked, hyper violent murder 'em up is coming out in Q3 of this year, 2014, according to the game's Twitter.  Wrong Number takes place after the event...

Steven Hansen



Very Quick Tips: OlliOlli photo
Very Quick Tips: OlliOlli
by Chris Carter

OlliOlli is a very, very interesting game. It explains exactly what you have to do outright at the start, and even then, I had trouble. That's because I basically had to re-learn everything I knew about skateboarding games.

Without grasping certain concepts, OlliOlli can be pretty brutal, so here's a bit of help.

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12:00 PM on 12.08.2013

Puzzle platformer Dokuro hits Google Play and iTunes

Late last year a modest platformer named Dokuro hit the PlayStation Vita, giving it a much needed boost in a rather dry period for the portable. It was a beautiful but flawed game, making it hard to recommend at the full...

Chris Carter

3:31 PM on 11.17.2013

PS4-to-Vita Remote Play setup is super easy

It'll take you longer to watch this video than it will to set up Remote Play between your PS4 and your PlayStationVita. Here's how it goes: You tell the PS4 to generate a sync code You start the PS4 Link connection app on t...

Dale North

9:30 AM on 11.11.2013

RadioShack selling PlayStation Vita for $159.99 online

RadioShack's website is selling both the Wi-Fi and the 3G/Wi-Fi models of the PlayStation Vita for $159.99 with free shipping. This sale is only good online, and it runs until November 16. Unfortunately, it looks like the 3G ...

Joshua Derocher

12:00 PM on 11.02.2013

Rainbow Moon touches down on Vita this December

While we already knew that Rainbow Moon was making its way over to the PS Vita, publisher EastAsiaSoft has finally set a date for the game's release. The quirky strategy-RPG lands on North American shores this December ...

Wesley Ruscher