Dtoid contributor Ian Bonds released a sweet Dig Dug music video, but while I was watching, my mind wandered back to that Dig Dug comic done in the style of Chick tracts. From pop music parodies to Mormon propaganda, this modest 80s arcade game has certainly made the rounds!
This weekend, Sup, Holmes? welcomes back former Dtoider Matthew "Tristero" Walden, 'tis a sad time for bronies, games are apparently more dangerous than guns, Nintendo Force magazine subscriptions are live, and the Tamagotchis have returned.
WHERE ARE THE GAMES? I know, I know. Microsoft has noted that E3 was going to be when it focused on games. But, c'mon, what a perfect video. Anyway, it's a bit hard to take solace in the fact that Microsoft is claiming it'll ...more
So, Denis Dyack put together a lengthy video to establish how he's not scamming the people supporting his Kickstarter. What do you think? I'd have an opinion on it myself but I fell asleep after the first three minutes. On t...more
I'm no fighting game player. However, I fell in love with the Guilty Gear series long before I gave it a spin because of its sick-ass music. I never knew videogames could rock so hard! In honor of the recently announced Guil...more