'No smoke and mirrors' The latest generation in gaming has brought with it an emphasis on sharing. Screenshots and gameplay videos can be relatively easily captured and uploaded for anyone's audience to see. It's a smart way to drive interaction --... read feature
Games as a service Xbox's flagship franchise isn't something that Microsoft's going to stray from anytime soon. Why would it? If there was any doubt about Halo's lasting appeal, it was dashed with the E3 reveal of Halo: The Master Chief Collect... read feature
Windows 8 launch line-up listed We had a chance to take the launch line-up of Xbox games on Windows 8 for a spin this past week. These games are available for play on any Windows 8 or Windows RT device, including laptops and tablets. I played them all ... read feature
Another event, another Aliens: Colonial Marines preview from yours truly. I caught my first glimpse of this interactive Aliens sequel one year ago during E3 2011, and I was suitably impressed. Of course, watching a hands-off ... read feature
Last week, I attended a THQ event for some of their upcoming games. Initially, I thought I was going to be looking at a game about drawing pictures. I used to go to picture-drawing school, and because of this, people frequent... read feature
When Brad Borne first announced back in November that his successful Flash series Fancy Pants Adventures would be coming to consoles, a myriad of thoughts arose in my mind. The first two games lent themselves well to the F... read feature
Grasshopper Manufacture’s Suda51 is renowned for quirky, out-there games that often have something to say, even if it’s through juvenile humor. As the creator of Capcom’s seminal Resident Evil franchise, Shi... read feature
When it comes to super heroes, the most successful are able to recreate the element of the “everyman.” While almost all of us want to be Superman, Batman, Wolverine or, uh, Mr. Fantastic (was that just me?), those... read feature
Unlike football or baseball, there isn't some sort of exclusivity contract at play with the National Basketball Association. This is somewhat great, as it affords us different basketball games from different companies, with t... read feature
Ever since Harmonix announced the keyboard for Rock Band 3, fans have been begging to get their hands on the new instrument. And for good reason -- Rock Band's music has been compensating for the lack of keyboard support with... read feature
If there is a genre out there that has sat pretty stagnant, it’s probably the RTS. In most cases you’re put on a flat map, given a bunch of soldiers, told to build something and then told to defeat someone by some... read feature
It has finally come ladies and gentleman, Emergence Day. From what every single person out in Internet Land and beyond have been saying about this game, it looks like it will crush Halo 2. Sales wise at least.
A nice sele... read feature
FINALLY! Bully is coming out tomorrow! You know what that means right? EXACTLY! Bloggers can finally STFU about it! Well, I expect everyone will link to a major news site like GameSpot for their review impressions later on ... read feature
Bottom line: An "M" rated LEGO Star Wars with Family Guy animation and humor.
I was invited by 2K Games today to check out their upcoming game Family Guy -- which in case you live under a rock is based on the animated tele... read feature
What's looking good to you this week?
Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria (PS2)
The quick and dirty:
PS2: Valkyrie 2, Live 07, NBA 2K7, NBA 07, Grim Adv, DDR Nova, Fast & Furious, Paintball, Just Cause
Xbox Live 07, NBA 2K7, ... read feature
LocoRoco (PSP/Sept 5th)
What's looking good to you this week? Oh and let's take a poll: Is Loco Roco the killer ap that PSP has been needing?
Here's the quickie for this week:
PSP: Loco, Guilty Gear, Nascar 07, Poker
3... read feature
Last week I stated that this week was going to suck. After some counters to that point, I realized my mistake. The main site I go to for release dates
seems to be really unorganized at the moment. Anyways, lots of RPGs ... read feature
Two highly anticaped games coming out this week. Plus 9 other games no one will probably buy. Which of these look good to you Dtoiders?
Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII (PS2)
Ninety-Nine Nights (X360)
World Ra... read feature
Wow. I'm not even going to bother asking you all what you're looking forward to today.
Super Monkey Ball Adventure (GC, PS2, PSP)
Barnyard (PS2, GC, GBA, PC) (no gameplay trailer, but here's the movie trailer. I'v... read feature
8 games coming out this week. What are you looking forward to?
The Ant Bully (PS2/GC/PC/GBA/Wii)
Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville (PS2)
Painkiler: Hell Wars (Xbox/PC)
Summon Night: Swordcraft Story (GBA)
Battl... read feature
Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth (PSP)
This week looks a lot better than the last few weeks. And. holy shizzle, Valkyrie Profile look nuts!
What are you Destructoiders looking forward to this week?
Blade Dancer (PSP)
Miami Vice: The Game (PSP)
Monster House (PS2/X/X360/GC/DS/GBA)
(Ya, it's the movie trailer. Close enough....)
D1 Grand Prix (PS2)
NCAA Football 07 (X360/X/PS2/PSP)
I don't know if you guys know but SCI is working on a game about the cult classic movie Resevoir Dogs.
And the guys from WorthPlaying have written a informative article about it including 8 pretty stylish looking screensh... read feature
Hit the jump for 8 more video previews!
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Manâ€™s Chest (PSP/DS/GBA-Got pushed back from last week)
Micro Machines V4 (PSP/PS2)
Juiced Eliminator (PSP)
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja (PS2)
... read feature
Arguably the only American that still makes original video games. While the rest of them make First-Person-Wrestling-Shooter-Sequels on the new Quake/Ford Hybrid engine, his blog reveals he's also been doing some hard work at... read feature