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The Daily Hotness: Hot pepper games journalism


11:59 PM on 08.12.2013



There were people that certainly called for something to spice up games media, but I'm not sure this is what they had in mind. I vomited at that joke too. Anyway, I want these guys to go all the way with this. Interview some industry people while those involved eat a hot pepper or something. Comedy gold.

Other than the foundation of games media being shaken to its core, Iwata says all the Wii U needs is games, Microsoft claims the Xbox One can totally work without the Kinect, Sony is just doing its own thing by having a giant sale for Japanese games on PSN, and so much more happened on 8/12/2013.

Destructoid Originals:
Live show: Legend of Dungeon beta gameplay 

Community:
Community blogs of 8/12
Forum thread of the day:  Dtoid Community Interviews - Sign Up!

Contests:
Click here for a Skullgirls PC beta code [UPDATE] 
Contest: Win a bundle of Doujin games and more! 

Events:
Xbox One boss Phil Spencer to give gamescom keynote 
Watch the final Dota 2 match of The International 3  
Don't miss the Indie Arena at gamescom this year 

News:
Dropping yen: Sony's PS4 profits may struggle early 
Unique snowflakes: Wasteland 2 NPC consider player gender 
Microsoft Studios' head on Xbox One & the future of TV 
'30 Years of Wrestlemania' announced for WWE 2K14 
RunBot has this Mirror's Edge/Tron vibe going on 
Indie fighter Yatagarasu raises $118,000 via crowdfunding 
Like sands through the hourglass: PlayStation Plus deals 
Blacklight: Retribution gets level cap increase, Dropzone
Iwata: Wii U doesn't need a price cut, it needs games
Sony continues Japanese Vita games sale next week on PSN
Risen, The Bridge, and Gothic are your daily deals
Play Game & Watch and other LCD games in your browser
Ghost trains! Pac-Man CE DX+ headed to Steam
Oh really? Xbox One will function without Kinect, says MS
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare clears 1.2 million copies sold
Mighty Switch Force! 2 will burn up Wii U soon

Offbeat:
Jimquisition: Neutered  
Wily and Mega Man team up in Mega Man #32 
Game reviews delivered while eating habaneros 

Media: 
Amplitude Studios teases their gamescom new game reveal  
Q-Games launches a new PS3 music visualizer 
Download this free Remember Me remix album 
What's new with the Xbox One controller 
See the first set of Mega Pokemon in action
The definitive Dark Souls trailer is fan-made






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