For tonight's entertainment, I present to you "Destructoid vs. Squidbear" by community member DestructoKitteh. It's currently unfinished, but I encourage him to resume work soon. I want to see more of Jim Sterling with a chainsaw arm and a "Dafoe"-branded jetpack, followed by magical girl Tara Long!
Dale North, Conrad Zimmerman, and Allistair Pinsof continue to be our eyes and ears at the Tokyo Game Show. Back at home, Spencer Hayes shares his interview with Johann Sebastian Joust creator Doug Wilson, Jim Sterling rounds up reactions to the latest DmC trailer, Jonathan Holmes delivers more goodies from the New York Wii U event, I review Rayman Jungle Run, Joshua Derocher reviews Black Mesa, and Bayonetta 2 exists only because of Nintendo.
It must be taxing on the soul to be a Wii U fan. On the one hand, Wii U enthusiasts have Super Metroid for next to nothing, and so far they have voted the most when Jim asked which version of Resident Evil Revelations to revi...more
MC Frontalot did a Kickstarter last year to raise money to make a music video. He raised so much, he made three. The third of these just hit the intarwebs Monday night, and if you're a Voltron fan, it's quite a good tribute ...more
In aggravating news, United States Vice-President Joe Biden recently stated in regards to a "sin tax" on violent media (proposed by Reverend Franklin Graham, son of Billy Graham) that there is "no restriction on the ability t...more