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The Daily Hotness: A glimmer on the HORIZON

Jun 20 // Darren Nakamura
   @Dexter345

Check out everything Destructoid did today

E3 is over and most of our previews from that industry gala are up now, but today we got coverage of something a little different. HORIZON is billed as a sort of "E3 for indies," and the two pieces that Liz Rugg wrote today are great for those who tend away from AAA titles.

Otherwise, Jim wrote a feature on the Xbox One's DRM, the Podtoid crew released another episode, Hamza asked if Nintendo is doing enough, and so much more happened on this fine day.

Destructoid Original: 
An industry that needs Xbox One DRM is a failed industry
Podtoid 257: Pikmin's Secret Dick
Video: Is Nintendo's holiday lineup strong enough?
Star Fox + Fox Hound = Star Hound!
Sony and Microsoft's defining indie developers tell all


Community: 
Community blogs of 6/20
Forum thread of the day: What game from this cycle do you regret not playing?

Reviews: 
Review: XCOM: Enemy Unknown (iOS)


Events: 
Thoughts on HORIZON: An alternative E3 event
Broken Age, Below, and more: The games of HORIZON


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