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The Weekend Hotness: Look at his little spots


11:59 PM on 04.07.2013



Have you ever seen an ocelot?

This weekend we had a new Sup Holmes, a look at the PC version of Resident Evil 6, tips for playing Ridiculous Fishing, a review of Receiver, and all kinds of other fun stuff.

Destructoid Originals:
Exploring the alien planet of A.N.N.E.
Dtoid TV Weekend: This one's for Skipper
Ridiculous Fishing: Strategy Guide, Tips, and Tricks
PC Port Report: Resident Evil 6
We have a crazy week of live shows coming up, free games
Sup Holmes weighs in with Scale's Steve Swink

Community:
Community blogs of 04/07
Forum thread of the day: Battleblock Theater

Reviews:
Review: Receiver
The best and worst games of 2013: Infinite March
Review: ThinkGeek Pro Controller U

Events:
QUILTBAG: The queer game jam has begun

News:
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D will have an easy mode
The piratey Raven's Cry listed for October release
Analogue: A Hate Story gets a sequel, has new mechanics
Create your own Deep Sea mask if you hate yourself
These things take time: OUYA reacts to early reviews
Nab platformer Pid on Windows and Mac for $1
Sonic 1 is being remastered for iOS, Android
Fatal Frame creeping onto PlayStation Network this week
PC specs for Remember Me released
Tales of Xillia coming to PlayStation 3 in August
The Best Amendment calls out the NRA 
Conception: Please Have My Baby gets sequel on 3DS, Vita
Shovel Knight confirmed for Mac, Linux

Offbeat:
Awesome Resident Evil short has typewriters and unlocking
These Dr. Seuss game-to-book parodies are delightful
Go home, Dovahbear! You're drunk!

Media:
Scarlet Blade might be the most shameless F2P game yet
Black Rock Shooter game coming to PSN in the US & Europe
There's a secret in BioShock Infinite's ambient noise
Take a look at some of BioShock Infinite's concept art
Weekend videogame wallpapers: Tomb Raiding is dirty work
Take a picture with this life-size Mega Man statue
Lune is a game that lets you control the moon
Stay gold, Pokemon... stay gold
HAWP: How Anthony Burch wrote Borderlands 2
New Mewtwo variation revealed for Pokemon X and Y
The sweet science of Foosball 2012
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation
A demo of the ThinkGeek Pro Controller U in action
Castle of Illusion digital box art materializes
Credit swaps and pterodactyls with Yann of Bad Hotel
Cryamore demo is live, composer covers Katamari






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