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The Daily Hotness: Blood and Chrome

Nov 09 // Darren Nakamura    @Dexter345

Check out everything Destructoid did today

Fans of evil death robots and people who say "frak" when they are not talking about various techniques for mining natural gas rejoiced today, as the webseries Blood and Chrome debuted today. As a prequel to the Battlestar Galactica series, it follows a young William Adama. Perhaps we'll find out how he got such a terrible callsign as "Husker."

Tara and Max took the DTOID Show live today, Dale brought photos (mostly of booth models) from Korea's G-Star 2012, and Jordan learned a little bit about frogs and fractions on this fine Friday.

Destructoid Original: 
The DTOID Show is going LIVE today!
Friday Night Fights: HALO 4!!!
This weekend on Dtoid TV: Halo 4 with Destructoid
The Network Roundup: The wonders of the cosmos
The DTOID Show: GTA V, Elder Scrolls Online & Navy SEALs

Community: 
Community blogs of 11/9
Forum thread of the day: Obscure PS1 Gems?
Play Halo 4 with the Dtoid staff and community!

Events:
Gallery: Welcome to G-Star 2012
Atlus and Level|Up hosting fighting game tournament


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Darren is a scientist and an educator by day, and a writer and reviewer by night. While he enjoys shooters, RPGs, platformers, strategy, and rhythm games, he takes particular interest in indepen... full profile | More staff profiles

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