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The Daily Hotness: Ups and downs of the Wii U


11:59 PM on 05.16.2013
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It must be taxing on the soul to be a Wii U fan. On the one hand, Wii U enthusiasts have Super Metroid for next to nothing, and so far they have voted the most when Jim asked which version of Resident Evil Revelations to review. On the other hand, juggernaut publisher EA is pulling support for the console entirely. I suppose that's still a net win.

Otherwise on Destructoid, the Podtoid crew released a new episode, Conrad and Jordan started a new Couch Campaign, Fraser reviewed some game with a hex grid, and so much more happened on this fine day.

Destructoid Original: 
Podtoid 253: Flogging Yourself on a Rustic Dildo
Watch the worst Fallout game ever made
Resident Evil Revelations: What version do we review?


Community: 
Community Blogs of 5/16
Forum thread of the day: Guacamelee!

Reviews: 
Review: Eador: Masters of the Broken World

News: 
Distant Worlds: Final Fantasy is coming to Blu-ray
Notion Games settles Super Ubi Land dispute
Nintendo Download: Mega Man 5 and Super Metroid
Uematsu and Hamauzu livestream Q&A on May 29th
Study claims piracy isn't as bad as publishers tell you
New Nintendo Direct for Wii U / 3DS games coming tomorrow
New EA MOBA Dawngate coming from Waystone Games
Hardcore pornography CONFIRMED for Next Xbox
Diablo III celebrates its one-year anniversary
Lords of Shadow is the most successful Castlevania ever
Kingdom Hearts 3D is only $10 at Best Buy today
Six more titles greenlit on Steam
'Hardcore action-RPG' Lords of the Fallen announced
EA has zero Wii U games in development
Press Play talks Microsoft's microstudio approach
Nintendo says Tom Nook is not bad, just misunderstood
Amazon kicks off massive sale on PC and Mac games
Company of Heroes 2 announces Red Star edition for retail
Metro: Last Light update allows FOV customization
Original Sonic the Hedgehog out now for Android

Media:
These Monster Hunter 4 shots are magically delicious
DARK trailer showcases confusion and blood drinkies
Suit up for this Batman: Arkham Origins teaser trailer
Sony Japan teases Panopticon with this trailer
First look at PS3 role-playing game Fairy Fencer F
David Jaffe attached to new car combat game Autoduel
Mayhem Bundle spreads the anarchy, indie style
Launch trailer for Guild02's The Starship Damrey
Shin Megami Tensei IV video showcases English voicework
Preview the upcoming Banjo-Kazooie Symphony
Star Trek Online adds a new preorder ship, goofy clothes
Diablo III uses the PlayStation 4 touchpad for inventory
Two weeks until The Swapper lands on Steam






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