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Konami has released a bit more info on what will be involved in transferring data from Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Unfortunately, you can't use data from any version of Ground Zeroes for any version of The Phantom Pain. However, Konami made a handy chart to help us out.


Regardless of how you feel about GameStop, you have to admit they have some pretty great promotions and incentives, like what they're doing for the Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning midnight release. Three different stores will h...


Remember last month when I told you that Japanese figure house Kotobukiya teamed up with BioWare to design a statue of Mass Effect's Liara T'Soni? That discussion devolved pretty quickly, didn't it? Let's try that one more ti...


I remember when the Western anime craze really started to boom in the late 90s. Not only did media distributors start licensing every single Japanese property under the sun, distinctly Western properties began to demonstrate ...




Today sees the launch of YooStar 2: In The Movies, for Xbox 360 and Kinect. The game allows the players to record performances of various famous roles, which become chopped into the movie itself, making it another game perfe...


Where there is a new system, there is a new Warriors game, and Tecmo Koei is on hand with a trailer for its first 3DS hack n' slasher, Samurai Warriors Chronicles. You can expect the usual cavalcade of Eastern Medieval butto...


Today on Destructoid Live we take to the ruff and tumble world of Mexican wrestling and play Lucha Libre: Heroes Del Ring. Yes, Jon Carnage Asada, Pico De Gallo and El VENOM will be doing battle with all the rudos and tecnico...


Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360 is now officially available for purchase in North America, and that means our launch coverage has begun. We threw a slew of stories online all at once, but here's a handy guide in case you're looking to follow along at home. 


Alan Wake is a game with a long, long history. First announced in 2005, this "psychological action thriller" was originally in development for the Xbox 360 and PC. But aside from a few scant details, the game's developer rem...


Hi, Japan. We're the western world. We're kind of a big deal. We might not have been able to say that a few years ago and expect them to listen. But Japanese developers and publishers have been realizing that the North Americ...


I probably shouldn't be writing this, as it may not be good for my friend and coworker Anthony Burch, but he's on his way to GDC and I can't get a hold of him. There is the chance that posting this will somehow negatively eff...


While far from perfect, the Spike Video Game Awards are pretty much all we've got these days for our mainstream game award show coverage. People have been quick to point out how silly the show is, but personally, I wouldn't h...


So you know how everyone keeps assuming that Modern Warfare 2 is going to get a public beta? Well, it's definitely, probably, maybe not ever going to happen, according to Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling. "We'll do an inte...


It feels like just yesterday Destructoid was first telling the masses about PlayXPert; an in-game overlay tool designed to put a little less wear on your alt+tab keys. Just recently we got the chance to once again c...


You might have heard of that little game called Halo (or as some of us fondly call it around here, "teh Haloz"), but you know that you have to really be passionate about  a game to theme your entire wedding on ...


Just in case you haven't heard, Destructoid is kind of a big deal, so when Format decided to run a special videogame feature, it's only natural that they came to our editor-in-chief, Nicholas St. Chesterfield. Our boy Nick Ch...


To most people, they are the often played but little known name stashed away in their favorites folder for when the boss isn't around, but PopCap games doesn't like to think of themselves that way. With over a billion total d...


Mark your calendars, folks. Today, GameTap adds two more titles to its already staggering amount of games to finally hit the magic number of 1,000. This makes GameTap easily the largest on-demand gaming service ever created. ...


Just last week the anti-Sony brigade were busy foaming at the mouth when Deutsche Bank (no, I didn't make that wonderful name up) analyst Jeetil Patel commented on September's NPD results -- and how they signaled to him at le...


Destructoid's greatness knows no bounds, especially if UK readers do as I did and picked up a copy of this month's Games(tm) magazine today. Purchasing it on a whim after getting my hair lovingly cut in an Eltham backalley, m...


We joined the cluster around the Santa Monica civic auditorium this morning slightly groggy from the adventures of the previous evening, hoping for more to write home about than Miyamoto’s famous Wife-O-Meter speech of ...


Let me show you our industry pals. Our industry pals, let me show you them. All of our fans already knew that Destructoid was made of epic win and sugar-coated awesomesauce, but for those who are yet to be swayed by the velve...






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