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The DTOID Show: Dead Space 3, Torchlight 2, & Bioshock


10:15 PM on 05.09.2012




Hello my pretties. Here we are again with another episode of The Destructoid Show. 

Today, Wolfenstein 3D celebrates it's 20th anniversary with a free browser game and a free iPhone version. Bioshock Infinite is unfortunately getting pushed back to 2013 (go check out the comments section on that post, it's devolved into a sexy Allison Brie .GIF-posting contest) and Dragon's Dogma has a big dragon that you can fight on the internet or whatever. Tara played some of the Torchlight 2 beta, and yes, there are FISH, but most importantly, there's a big stinky pile of Dead Space 3 rumors. Most notably of which is that the game itself isn't a rumor, and that EA is working on it but we also discuss the addition of co-op and then some other stuff from last year.






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