Poor PS Vita Sony's gamescom showing went by quickly, with announcement after announcement and more than a few new intellectual properties put on display for the first time. Really, though, it's still From Software's Bloodborne that has m... read feature
Lots of Halo If you don't like Halo, you probably didn't have a great time watching Microsoft's gamescom conference today. Having said that, they did have a decent indie sizzle reel showing, and the ID@Xbox program is making vast strides compared to how rigid its old ways were during the tail end of the 360.
Check out all of the news from Microsoft's conference below. read feature
E3 Unfiltered Nintendo had a very well-rounded presentation today, with very few major reveals and mostly just new teases. The new Zelda Wii U game was briefly talked about and teased, as was Mario Maker, and a few others.
The biggest developments were probably the new Smash Bros. additions as well as expanded NFC toy support. Here's everything that happened at Nintendo's E3 conference. read feature
E3 Unfiltered Sony had a pretty great E3 Conference today, showing off a number of new titles both AAA and indie. They also gave us a lot more info on PS Now, the PS TV, and other bits of media and hardware like their first original series.
Check out everything Sony announced today below. read feature
E3 Unfiltered Ubisoft had a weird showing with some exciting moments -- which is par for the course, and basically what they deliver year after year.
The clear-cut big-time showing this year was Rainbow Six Siege, a glorious return to form... read feature
E3 Unfiltered EA had a very snappy presentation today, with very few announcements and mostly just recaps on the development of existing projects. The big news of course is the announcement that the Battlefield Hardline beta is going live today on PC and PS4 -- the site is already getting hit hard.
Here's everything that happened at EA's 2014 E3 press conference. read feature
E3 Unfiltered Microsoft had their E3 Conference today, and it was all about the games. Everything shown was game related, and they even got a few great reveals in there like a brand new Platinum Games exclusive that looks like it could be great. It didn't blow me away, but it's far from a disaster.
Here's everything that happened. read feature
This is old news by Internet standards, but it turns out that ReBoot is being, well, rebooted. To commemorate 20 years since the debut of the original show about weird teal people living inside a computer, Rainmaker Entertain... read
I'll admit it: when we got the tip that Phil Spencer said the nickname "Xbone" would stick, a good portion of the Destructoid staff made juvenile jokes and giggled to each other. We are twelve years old.
On Destructoid, Jamie... read
Yeah, I think this bit of art from the upcoming Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Two Worlds is my new desktop image.
Today, Conrad and Jordan brought us another Wake Up!, this time with Eldritch, Chris gave us some very quick ... read
Out of all the things that happened today, there's one specific thing I'd like to address here: I don't think the Destiny box art is that bad. Is it just me? Surely I can't be the only one? There's definitely worse box art ou... read
Despite its being the best-selling manga in Japan, I never jumped aboard One Piece. The weird, noodly art style had always turned me off, so I never bothered giving it a chance. Then one day I said to myself, "Stop being a li... read
How about that new Steam controller, eh? Boy, it sure is something! Can you play Volgarr properly with it? If not, it can f*ck off.
Today, Conrad and Jordan become mighty viking deities, Joshua Derocher gets wet thinking abou... read
Toon Link's inclusion in the upcoming Smash Bros. games was announced today, and some diehard fans of the quick, nimble hero celebrated. It sounds fine to me, but I've sort of been on autopilot with respect to the announcemen... read
So, just about everyone watched the premiere of Agents of SHIELD last night. 11.9 million people tuned in to the new series, and I was one of them. And I loved it. I think it did a great job of introducing us to the new char... read
Our resident music maestro Jayson Napolitano wrote up a fun Sound Card today that charts the best videogame songs to carry you off into a peaceful slumber. What are you even doing awake right now? Go to sleep! And bring some ... read
Well, lots of people have been demanding it, and it's finally a thing that exists. Oh, and for free! For the uninformed, Valve announced its very own flavor of Linux to be SteamOS. From the little we know, is this exactly the... read
Games at TGS? I don't give a toss. Dale, please post more photos of the wonderful food you've been enjoying. Do an entire post just on that. My inner foodie hungers.
Elsewhere this weekend, Jim Sterling starts Doorways on Now... read
You could spend many years in grad school accruing massive amounts of debt to earn a master's degree in quantum physics. Or you could watch an a cappella parody of "Bohemian Rhapsody" that condenses all the material in six m... read
I had heard brief mentions of the game, but it wasn't until Chris wrote up a little piece on it today that I finally tried out Cookie Clicker. I sort of wish I had stayed away, because while my fictional cookie productivity i... read
I saw Dr Awkward open for mc chris a few weeks ago, and he did this AMAZING song about The Last of Us called "Echos". I just managed to track the song down on YouTube, and I've been bumping it on repeat for the past hour.
And the winner is...Sega! Yes, Sega Sammy came out of the fiscal dust cloud with ownership of Atlus, makers of Persona. People are responding with fear, which I assume would have been the case no matter the buyer. I'm going t... read
By the time you read this, it will finally be upon us. Grand Theft Auto V is here and, if you haven't heard, we quite like it. I myself am headed to the midnight launch to pick up my copy. See you guys on the other side.
Over a week ago, the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter teased a short preview of composer Manami Matsumae playing the game's theme on piano. It was all to hype up the interview above, in which Miss "Chanchacorin" talks about her time... read
["Destructoid - Max Scoville vs Tara Long" by LegionWings]
No snark remarks from me today. I'm just here to wish two very talented people the best of luck in their careers.
I met Max and Tara for the first time during E3 2011... read
The Board with Life season finale came out today. If you haven't been following along but you're interested in a quick comedy/drama focused around a group of board game enthusiasts, then it would probably be better to start ... read
This is the pinnacle of the internet. We may as well pack it in.
On Dtoid, Conrad and Jordan check in with another Daily Spelunk, Alasdair reviewed MirrorMoon EP, Chris gave his impressions of the Disney Infinity Cars add-on... read
We had some lovely Ubisoft-coverage this morning. Hamza previewed the fascinating Child of Light, a JRPG from the minds behind Far Cry 3. It uses the same engine as the gorgeous Rayman Legends. So too does the title from the ... read
Well, if you're a PlayStation fan I'm sure you had a good day. I mean after the announcement of the PSVita TV, Slim PSVita, and more new game announcements than you can shake a dead cat at, what else is there to want? Sure, ... read
Well, f*ck me.
So many people were talking up Attack on Titan at PAX that I had to jump on that bizniz when I returned home. I just got finished watching all the episodes up through yesterday, then I blazed through the manga... read