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The Daily Hotness: Video game planets


11:59 PM on 04.11.2012




This sweet little video shows mini planets that are based off video games. I was able to figure out most of them. How many do you know?

Today we have a fantastic episode of Podtoid where Jonathan Holmes does most of the talking, a review of Fez, the DTOID Show, Crysis 3 could be a thing, Peter Molyneux admits personal failure, PC gamers are mad about Dark Souls using GFWL, and all kinds of other treasures.

Destructoid Original:
Podtoid 197: Suck Down Daddy's Moon Milk 
Arkedo walks us through the insanity of Hell Yeah! 
Live show: Diabolical Pitch on Mash Tactics
The Network Roundup: Sorry it's not your Springfield
The DTOID Show: Capcom, Namco Bandai, and FEZ!

Community:
Community blogs of 4/11
Forum thread of the day: Max Scoville owes me a pack of cigarettes

Reviews:
Review: FEZ 
Review: Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece

News:
Are you the ultimate Leon S. Kennedy fan?
Crysis 3 preemptively confirmed by Origin?
Molyneux accepts 'personal failure' for Fable III
Cliffy B calls on-disc DLC 'an unfortunate reality'
Namco Bandai announces Dragon Ball Z for Kinect
Project X Zone surprises us with actual details
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch set for early 2013
PS Vita hit record low sales in Japan
ZeniMax files trademark applications for 'Fus Ro Dah'
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 kicks into stores this September
Hitman: Absolution special ed, retailer bonuses revealed
Dark Souls PC uses GFWL, gamers mobilize to stop it
Legend of Dragoon available on PSN May 1st
THQ talks Warhammer 40K: Dark Millennium's transformation
Demon's Souls NA servers to close down next month

Offbeat:
Caine's Arcade, the arcade built entirely by a 9-year-old

Media:
BioWare panel ludicrously touts ancient RPG mechanics
Super Time Force takes time travel to a whole new level
Dragon's Dogma gets new trailers, screens
Namco Bandai announces Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition
Guild01 commercials bring us closer in mind and spirit
Battleblock Theater adds finale mode
Monster in nun's habit graces Skullgirls launch trailer
SpellTower is high-speed Boggle mixed with Panel de Pon
Star Command reroutes a trailer to secondary power relays
SFxT's Mega Man went through quite the design evolution






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