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2:30 PM on 10.02.2014

Hey, you know what Crazy Taxi needed more of? Hulk Hogan

Remember when Hulk Hogan was an actor in movies like Suburban Commando -- side note: you must look this up, if you aren't familiar with it -- or the time his family got their own television series on VH1? Forget about all of ...

Jordan Devore

12:00 PM on 09.23.2014

Goat Simulator is selling very well on Android and iOS

Goat Simulator is now on Android and iOS in addition to the PC, and according to Coffee Stain Studios, it's selling well -- very well in fact. So far they've reported over 100,000 sales over both platforms, which they conside...

Chris Carter

10:00 AM on 09.23.2014

Final Fantasy Record Keeper gameplay shows 3D to 2D transformation

Final Fantasy Record Keeper is a mobile game that's set to drop this month in Japan, with an international release at some point in the future. The gist is that you'll visit different worlds from the franchise, recruit chara...

Chris Carter

10:45 AM on 09.18.2014

Remember Triple Triad in Final Fantasy VIII? Check out Eminence: Xander's Tales

Back in the day when I first played Final Fantasy VIII, I fantasized about a world in which people could walk up to random strangers, ask to play a card game, and be treated to one without it being weird. We are not there ye...

Darren Nakamura

4:00 PM on 09.17.2014

You can now play Goat Simulator on the go

Coffee Stain Studios has brought Goat Simulator to iOS and Android. It's $4.99. While the game is surely best controlled with something other than a touch screen, the make-your-own-fun sandbox experience is suitable for mobil...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 09.16.2014

Final Fantasy World Wide Words looks like fun for old-school fans

Final Fantasy: World Wide Words is basically Typing of the Dead Square Enix style, and it's shaping up to be a treat for old-school fans. This new trailer shows off a bit of the gameplay, including some world map explor...

Chris Carter







Review: Size DOES Matter photo
Review: Size DOES Matter
by Darren Nakamura

Simple graphics, twitch gameplay, and fresh music constitute a good formula for mobile gaming. Titles like this allow for a quick bit of play during minutes of downtime, and can paradoxically keep players going for long periods of time, chasing a high score or trying to one-up a friend on the leaderboards.

Size DOES Matter follows in that legacy, with a unique gameplay hook and a pretty killer soundtrack. However, a few things hold it back from pure arcade bliss.

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11:30 PM on 09.11.2014

Dragon Quest out now for iOS and Android devices

The original Dragon Quest is now available on iOS and Android devices for $2.99 / £1.99 / €2.69. The classic NES role-playing game was first released in Japan by Enix in 1986, and was localized for North Ameri...

Kyle MacGregor

1:00 PM on 09.11.2014

Here are the first screens for the Typing of the Dead-esque Fantasy: World Wide Words

Yesterday we delivered word of a game called Final Fantasy: World Wide Words, which sort of plays like Typing of the Dead. Thankfully we now have an idea of what the game looks like thanks to a few screens out in the wild, an...

Chris Carter

7:00 PM on 09.10.2014

Final Fantasy XIII on a phone? Square launching Dive In streaming app

Square Enix is launching a new service in Japan on October 9. Dive In streams games to Android and Apple mobile devices, allowing players to experience titles like Final Fantasy XIII on cellphones.  The service is l...

Steven Hansen



You’ll play Skullduggery greedily, whether fast or slow photo
You’ll play Skullduggery greedily, whether fast or slow
by Brett Makedonski

Flick, flick, flick. That’s all you’ll be doing in Skullduggery. Flicking to collect treasure. Flicking to outrun bosses. Flicking to line up stealthy headshots on unsuspecting enemies. You can play the game however you want (usually) -- fast or slow; just know that you’ll be flicking the whole time. And, if the build we saw at PAX Prime is any indication, it’s a flicking good time.

Skullduggery’s a title developed for tablets that borrows liberally from the simple mechanic that Rovio (maybe) popularized. By pulling back and letting go, players launch a skull across the screen. Do this ad nauseum, and you have Skullduggery. However, instead of an interspecies vendetta against pigs, this game’s protagonist has a goal that’s much easier to empathize with: riches.

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1:15 PM on 09.09.2014

Castle Doombad is free on the Amazon App Store right now

Chris took a look at Adult Swim Games' Castle Doombad at the beginning of this year, and had the highest recommendations for it. Despite that, it sort of fell through the cracks for me. Now, there is another reason to check i...

Darren Nakamura

7:00 AM on 09.09.2014

Extrasolar Season 2 is being funded through Kickstarter

I do not envy Lazy 8 Studios with the balancing act it has trying to market Extrasolar. By revealing too little, only a relatively small demographic will ever try out the exoplanet rover simulator. By revealing too much, a t...

Darren Nakamura

4:45 PM on 09.08.2014

Google to pay back $19 million for in-app purchase settlement

In the latest in-app purchase settlement, the Federal Trade Commission is tasking Google with paying back $19 million to those whose children, against their parents' wishes, spent money on in-app purchases in apps downloaded ...

Brittany Vincent



Mistwalker's new RPG is unlike anything we've seen before photo
Mistwalker's new RPG is unlike anything we've seen before
by Kyle MacGregor

Hironobu Sakaguchi is best known as the creator of Final Fantasy; a man responsible for some of the most influential and well-respected role-playing games of our time.

His sprawling worlds and epic adventures have touched millions of people, many of whom may be surprised to discover how significant a departure Sakaguchi's latest endeavor is compared with the titles we typically associate with his name.

Destructoid recently met with the living legend in Seattle to see that new project, Terra Battle, and believe us when we say you haven't seen anything quite like this before.

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11:30 AM on 09.05.2014

Run SackBoy! Run! is coming to the Vita, Android, and iOS platforms

Just like how Sony brought over Fat Princess: Piece of Cake to mobile platforms in addition to the Vita, so to is the upcoming Run Sackboy! Run coming to iOS and Android. It's a runner, and of course, it's free-to-p...

Chris Carter