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The DTOID Show: Borderlands, Sly Cooper, & Amalur


11:30 PM on 05.18.2012




Today on The Destructoid Show, we had special guest Ben Heck -- who you might know from his working Portal shirt or his Xbox laptop -- and of course, we talked about video game stuff too.

For starters, the Borderlands 2 collector's editions are rad, and Tara wants that funky box. Handheld gamers are getting some new games, including Rayman Origins, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, and Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. EA is opening up Origin as a publishing platform for crowd-sourced games, and Kingdoms of Amalur's studio is causing a ruckus in Rhode Island.






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