The DTOID Show: Aliens, Zynga, Ada Wong in RE6, & PAX - destructoid

The DTOID Show: Aliens, Zynga, Ada Wong in RE6, & PAX

7:30 PM on 08.01.2012

Max Scoville

Video Warlock


Today's episode of The Destructoid Show is brought to you by a flock of magical falcons who carried it here in a net woven out of gossamer spider-silk. Okay, not really. I just wanted to write something interesting.

Sega released a developer diary for Aliens: Colonial Marines, which features a bunch of Gearbox guys (who are all pretty cool guys) awkwardly putting on their glasses in slow motion and talking about how faithful the game is going to be to the original film. In terms of important business financial money things, EA announced that Star Wars: The Old Republic is going free-to-play, and between plummeting stock prices, and insider trading accusations, Zynga is in a very bad way. Speaking of Zynga, Zynga is boring. Resident Evil 6 has sexy ladies in evening-wear with crossbows, namely, Ada Wong, as well as the new "Agent Hunt" mode. Which is unfortunately not a Mission: Impossible reference.

Finally, Destructoid has a panel at PAX Prime a month from now. Go there, and we can do the hugs with each other.




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