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8:00 PM on 03.15.2010

We are locked in an eternal food eating contest with 2K

We're not sure how, and we're especially not sure why, but Destructoid and 2K Games are locked in never ending food eating battle. It started with a pie eating contest with P.B. Winterbottom's producer Paul Bellezza, which th...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

4:00 PM on 02.08.2010

Analyzing No More Heroes 2, part 2: The bosses, part 2

[These posts on No More Heroes 2 are purely speculation. I have no idea what the team at Grasshopper Manufacture intended for the game to mean; I can only speak to what I've taken away from it, so if you don't enjoy potential...

Jonathan Holmes

5:00 AM on 02.03.2010

'Violin Hero' string metal music video blows minds

Let me answer your first question: “string metal,” also known as “cello rock” or “cello metal,” is a sub-genre of music that is exactly what you probably think it is -- rock/metal music in...

Samit Sarkar

9:30 PM on 01.18.2010

Muscle March launch trailer imitates greatness

I get a real "Mr. Sparkle" vibe from this video, and it's not necessarily a good thing. Maybe that's just because I'm just getting into Muscle March right now after months of anticipation, but I'm just not ready to see it la...

Jonathan Holmes

8:00 AM on 01.17.2010

Army of Two's Salem and Rio see the world

Army of Two: The 40th Day is out on store shelves now, and we've reviewed it. Usually this means the end of the line for trailers and such, but Electronic Arts has one more up its sleeve. Above you can watch Salem and Rio tr...

Matthew Razak

1:00 AM on 01.17.2010

Muscle March coming this Monday for just five bucks

Did you know that the initial trailer for Muscle March was one of the most viewed video posts on Destructoid in 2009? It got nearly half a million hits last year. Not bad for a game we all thought would never leave Japan. In...

Jonathan Holmes





2:00 PM on 12.23.2009

The Journalism Show: Episode 01

Here it is. After two weeks of demystifying a program I've never used before, followed by a two-day fistfight trying to convert the video, I am proud, thrilled, horrified, ashamed and (insert a dozen other emotions here) to ...

Topher Cantler

11:00 PM on 12.16.2009

Suda51 talks NMH2, shows us Voltron football underboob

We have a really awesome interview with Suda 51 coming, I promise we do. In the meantime, check out the creative mind behind Killer 7 and the No More Heroes 2 chat about his latest work while showing off exclusive footage of...

Jonathan Holmes

5:40 PM on 12.08.2009

Games on Demand: Trivial Pursuit, Bolt, and FaceBreaker

If games like FaceBreaker, Bolt, and Trivial Pursuit could talk, A) that'd be kind of alarming and B) they would be eternally grateful for Games on Demand. These poor games -- with the exception of maybe Bolt, because kids ar...

Jordan Devore



Destructoid's 25 days of giving keeps on giving photo
Destructoid's 25 days of giving keeps on giving
by Papa Niero

What is Destructoid? It's this thing! We publish it. We love our readers. We have unleashed a string of contests so awesome that babies and whales are reportedly melting. But first, a matter of business.

I'd like to remind everyone, before we're fatter and more cynical, that we've not forgotten that our very existence violates at least eight natural orders of the universe, and the fact that we grew our readership by nearly 60% this year is surely an irony of the gods. Why stop here? Let's go hump the moon, man!

First, I'm proud to announce formally that *drumroll* Destructoid is moving to the San Francisco area in February 2010 into what I can now only describe as a bunker of web development, coffee, and infinite bacon for all passersby. We will be celebrating four years of independent games blogging in the beautiful state of California to further d*ck around in the American game industry's backyard. (All in favor of this, say hoozah!)

Second: Citizens of San Francisco, you will soon see me in my underwear. I apologize in advance and will explain later.

Third: Destructoid is giving away about $10,000 worth of stuff in the next 25 days. Consoles. Computers. Games. Swag. Toys. Crap you couldn't buy even if your dad was a terrible shogun. One contest every day. Some will be small and end in seconds, some will last a few weeks. Some will send you on a scavenger hunt for Destructoid's headless cat of generosity, pictured above.

To get to the contests, click on the green contest button on the top of the site or follow this link!

 

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Modern Warfare 2 has a homophobic Easter egg!? photo
Modern Warfare 2 has a homophobic Easter egg!?
by Jim Sterling

Oh Infinity Ward, you so silly! Not content to cook up a big gay sh*tstorm with its notorious Modern Warfare 2 F.A.G.S commercial, it seems that Infinity Ward had to slip some homononsensical banter into the game itself. Yes, that's Modern Warfare 2 asking if you're still gay!

This hidden conversation occurs right near the beginning of the game, after the weapons tutorial. If you leave the game idle, this bit of gay banter will occur. It's unclear who the conversation is supposed to be between, but it's highly likely that the man asking the big gay question is voiced by none other than Will Arnett, who is credited as "additional voices" in the game.

This is too silly/stupid for me to personally feel any outrage over, but what do you think? Tasteless? Childish? Perfectly acceptable? Do you think Infinity Ward is secretly confessing some deep-seated homophobia, or are they simply trying to demonstrate that their game is so popular that they can alienate literally anybody and still sell millions of copies?

[Note: I know full well this is not homophobic. A lot of you are taking a late night tongue-in-cheek post way too seriously.]

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7:00 PM on 12.02.2009

Capybara's next iPhone project looks very intriguing

Capybara Games, the creative minds who brought us the lovable but gross Critter Crunch, are going back to iPhone development for their next project. It's a collaboration between them, Superbrothers, and Jim Guthrie of some s...

Jordan Devore

4:00 AM on 11.29.2009

The return of the F**khead: No More Heroes 2 ESRB listing

We haven't heard too much about No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle lately, which had me worried that the game wasn't going to make its January 2010 launch date. Seeing the ESRB rating for the game has put those worries to r...

Jonathan Holmes

6:15 PM on 11.17.2009

The BioShock 2 cover art holds a secret (Update)

Yep, the box art for BioShock 2 sure does look similar in style and substance to the first ga--whoa. Now wait just a minute! What ... what is that? Look to the left of the Little Sister's head! What is that thing? After askin...

Jordan Devore

1:00 AM on 11.16.2009

NSMB Wii release bash: Bucken-Berry and Ala-Gold!

So, I took a five-hour bus ride to New York City yesterday to do some video coverage of the New Super Mario Bros. Wii launch event at the Nintendo World Store. It was supposed to be a four-hour bus ride, but somehow the good ...

Jonathan Holmes

11:00 AM on 11.15.2009

MODERN WARFARE 2 SUCKS!!!!!!

Oh ... my ... God ... Please forgive me for taking the Lord's name in vain, but if you're yet to see this, you will most likely blaspheme along with me. This video is currently doing the rounds, and really, it has to be seen...

Jim Sterling