The Daily Hotness: Music for Elevators - destructoid

The Daily Hotness: Music for Elevators

11:59 PM on 06.27.2012

Joshua Derocher

PC Contributor


Did you know that Anthony Stewert Head (Giles from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is also a musician? He's got an album called "Music for Elevators".  It's actually a decent album if you like light acoustic jazz.

Today we have all kinds of fun stuff. Ryan Perez wrote an excellent editorial about fantasy video games, and you should really check it out. Chad shares with us the top 10 video game laughs, there's new episodes of Podtoid and The DTOID Show, and reviews for The Amazing Spider Man and Bomb Monkey.

Destructoid Original:
Podtoid 207: Art Games
About fantasy: Please let there be a dragon extinction
The ten best videogame laughs EVER!
The Network Roundup: Sorry it's not the future
The DTOID Show: Dawnguard, TF2, and Spec Ops: The Line!

Community:
Join us for another Dtoid Community Playdate on Xbox LIVE
Community blogs of 6/28
Forum thread of the day: The Amazing Spider-Man

Reviews:
Review: The Amazing Spider-Man
Review: Bomb Monkey


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