Earlier today, Cheap Ass Gamer's Robert Goode pointed out on Twitter that Watch Dogs' Wikipedia page listed out every single various edition of the game you could possibly purchase in a handy table that also detailed what pie... read
We'll spoil Evan Amos' awesome story, found here on Gamasutra. Wikipedia is what makes him the most popular gaming photographer. If you've ever looked up any gaming related hardware on Wikipedia, there's a good chance you've ... read
How the wiki aims to keep PC gaming alive and vital When it launched last year, the PCGamingWiki attempted to solve those technical headaches that can still blight some PC releases. As the current console generation grew longer and longer, the PC had a resurgence as a gaming p... read feature
One of the complaints commonly leveled against PC gaming is that because of it's open-platform nature, it can feel like a gamble if a game you bought will actually work, especially if you're a novice user. Steam has simplifie... read
There's been quite a bit of fallout following the news of Mega Man Legends 3's cancellation, but if you want to find some of the best, look no further than the game's Wikipedia page. The page has had to be locked after fans b... read
How dense am I? It never once occurred to me to apply degrees of separation to Wikipedia articles and make a game of it. We've all played Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon before, so this should have been obvious.
People have ... read
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.
It's not just Electronic Arts getting in on the Wikipedia editing shenanigans, it seems. One of our top tipsters, Action Bastard, has informed us of a certain edit on Halo 3's Wikipedia page informing us, in biased glor... read
While it's debatable that Electronic Arts is, in fact, De Debilz, there's no denying that the locust-esque company swallower is, like most corporations, a big fat pile of PR and sleaze. The news should have come as no shocker... read
According to a report at Shacknews, it appears that a staff member at Electronic Arts has been playing fast and loose with the company's Wikipedia page. The staffer, using an IP address registered to EA's Redwood City offices... read
If you're anything like the millions of other people surfing the Web right now, then you're probably always on the lookout for new and interesting ways to waste your life away behind a keyboard. As always, Destructoid is here... read
As an online, user created encyclopedia, Wikipedia can be a great resource, but in the hands of fanboys, it becomes pure comedy. Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo have recently had their respective console entries locked, due to u... read