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The DTOID Show: Halo, Hitman, & THE MINIBOSSES!


7:45 PM on 10.19.2012





Today's Destructoid Show is actually very special: We had a musical guest in the studio -- The Minibosses! If you're unfamiliar, these guys cover old bleep-bloop Nintendo videogame chiptunes, except they do it using real-life rock and roll instruments. They were cool enough to swing by and play a few songs. They're in the middle of a San Francisco Bay Area tour, so if you're in the area, check 'em out!

As for boring old video game news, Master Chief has some mommy issues in the new Halo 4, Agent 47 does the funky chicken in Hitman Absolution, the Wii U has some issues with voice chat, and PlanetSide 2 has a release date!






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