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The Daily Hotness: United Saints of America

Aug 14 // Ian Bonds

Check out everything Destructoid did today

Today, Jim reviewed Saints Row IV and deemed it awesome. I agree. Definitely worth picking up on the 20th. You'll be the most badass President since Bill Pullman in Independence Day.

Also, other things happened, like community member Cordoroy Turtle's second Mega Guide for Spelunky, Jonathan Holmes' review of Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale, Jim's Now Bloody Playing of PAYDAY 2, or Chris' review of Ultima Forever: Quest for the Avatar.

Destructoid Originals:
We have dug some shallow Spelunky graves
Celebrate 20 years of Secret of Mana with fan remix album
PAYDAY 2 - Now Bloody Playing
Live show: Charlie Murder with Ska Studios

Community:
Community blogs of 8/13
Forum thread of the day: Saints Row IV
Spelunky Mega Guide: Everything you need to know (part 2)

Reviews:
Review: Saints Row IV

Review: Ultima Forever: Quest for the Avatar
Review: Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale

Previews:
Early thoughts on the ukiyo-e fighting game Edo Superstar
Hawken's next big update is all thanks to fan feedback


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Ian is Dtoid's resident review monkey. If there is a game no one else wants to review, it usually goes to Ian. As a reviewer, Ian has been writing for close to ten years for various sites, starti... full profile | More staff profiles

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