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Bring us Merlenderl, and wipe away the debt!

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Deus Ex and the Perils of the Multiple Choice Protagonist

[This Article has been scrubbed by top Counter-Spoiler Software to ensure a Spoiler-Free experience.] So, I finally got my copy of . I pre-ordered the Augmented Edition from GameStop for the ar...   more

Deus Ex and the Perils of the Multiple Choice Protagonist


Cataracts, Terror, and Deus Ex

I know, I've been away for awhile. Longer than I'd have liked, but I haven't been able to muster the urge to write more than a few lines in comments lately. Today, though, I think I want to sit...   more

Cataracts, Terror, and Deus Ex


Untapped Potential Revisited: Genre Generalization

Two years ago today . I'd been wondering after two years here on the C-Blog circuit what I could do to adequately commemorate this "blog birthday". Then it hit me. Two years. Two . TWO YEA...   more

Untapped Potential Revisited: Genre Generalization


Aaamaazing: Conflict: Desert WTF?

. How many of you have played it? I hope every last person who reads this blog has played that piece of shit. It was one of the worst games I've ever touched. Looking back on it now, I can sa...   more

Aaamaazing: Conflict: Desert WTF?


Dtoid Editors discuss important things: Doubling Down on Fetishes

It's like Japanese dick girls Like, you're into DRAWINGS of WOMEN WITH DICKS and the dicks are BIGGER THAN THE WOMEN Now, any ONE of those fetishes, fair enough, go for it But all three? You're...   more



Changes: Fear and Loathing in Silicon Valley (And... introductions?!)

I remember unboxing my first gaming console. The PlayStation. The palpable excitement of hooking the little bastard up and clicking the first disk into place. The months that followed, hours o...   more

Changes: Fear and Loathing in Silicon Valley (And... introductions?!)


PAX '10 and (miss)Alice(dixon)'s Adventures in Wonderland

Last year at PAX I remember standing around timidly until I finally recognized a few people whose pictures I saw online. Within 10 minutes of walking up and awkwardly introducing myself, I was ...   more



The Obligatory PAX Prime CBlog

You can tell it's been too long since I posted a Community Blog as it took me ten fucking minutes to find the right page! Anyway, never mind all that bollocks because I'm trying to talk about PA...   more



The Great Escape: Grief

My dog died a few days ago. Not something I was interested in calling attention to here, or discussing at all at length with anyone. But then I saw this month’s musing post, and thought I’d w...   more

The Great Escape: Grief


PAX East, and a Deadly Game of Cat and Anonymouse

Irish Coffee. It was the perfect Boston drink for PAX East. It's hot, it's sweet, it keeps you alert and awake, and yet it sneakily ushers copious amounts of Jameson into your bloodstream. The ...   more



Jim Sterling (that's me) interviewed on Machinima's Inside Gaming

To say I've been doing a lot of fucking talking lately is putting it mildly. Here is another interview I did, which actually happened very shortly after the fallout of the Final Fantasy XIII re...   more

Jim Sterling (that's me) interviewed on Machinima's Inside Gaming


Mr. Sterling on Original Gamer

O HAI! More shameless self promotion for you. I was recently interviewed on the Original Gamer podcast where we chatted about Destructoid, and the recent controversies that have made yours truly...   more

Mr. Sterling on Original Gamer


Your old pal Sterling on ScrewAttack's Sidescroller's podcast

HI GANG! I appeared on ScrewAttack's Sidescrollers podcast this week to discuss my editorial. I chat to Destin L and Stuttering Craig about fandom, old school games, and Sonic's legs being too ...   more



We are the the worst fanbase... ever.

We are worse than comic book fans, movie fans, sports fans (except maybe soccer). It is important to remember that they (the game creators) are the ones who's vision is being spun into reality, ...   more

We are the the worst fanbase... ever.


Building A Better Game Blog -- Originality

People write in the cblogs for all kinds of reasons. They may aspire to games writing careers. They may have a love for gaming that they need to share with the world. They may be just shy of lo...   more



An exerpt from the Diary of Moria Shepard

Visited all of the shops in the only fully functional ward in the Citadel. Whored myself out for advertising. Getting creepy hearing my voice everywhere. I keep looking over my back expecting ...   more

An exerpt from the Diary of Moria Shepard


Building a Better Game Blog -- Substance

If there's one thing that sets the community blogs of Destructoid apart from any other gaming site to me, it's a demand for excellence in writing. It's part of what drew me to stay, knowing th...   more



The Diary of Moira Shepard

The following blogs are written from the perspective of my Mass Effect character, the ruthless colonist known as Moira Shepard. There will probably be no pictures, as I do not have a video captu...   more

The Diary of Moira Shepard


Top 5 Reasons Why I Hate MGS4

Spoilers will be present in this. You have been warned. Please don’t confuse the word “hate” with “I think this is a bad game”. Metal Gear Solid 4 is anything but a bad game. It’s a pretty da...   more

Top 5 Reasons Why I Hate MGS4


RANT: Unlocking Content in Fighting Games

I’ll just come right out and say it: I fucking hate unlocking shit in fighting games. Usually I consider unlocking items/weapons/equipment/costumes in games to be something pleasant. I like the...   more

RANT: Unlocking Content in Fighting Games


On Parenting, Gaming, Violence, and Society

Two things I need to get out of the way before I get started here: First, I am not of the belief that people are inherently good or evil; nothing I am about to say is an attempt to paint people ...   more

On Parenting, Gaming, Violence, and Society


Unrequited : How Games (and People) Learned to Love

Finding and expressing love is the ultimate multiplayer activity in life. It requires skill, patience, understanding, intuition, courage, passion, regular showers, a metric ass-ton of luck, an...   more



A tribute to videogame fan films, and a game you NEED to play (but won't).

Firstly, . Any excuse to watch Escape from City 17, right? Secondly, The Void is currently on sale for half off ($9.99) on Steam, and really deserves to be checked out. Maybe. On the one han...   more

A tribute to videogame fan films, and a game you NEED to play (but won't).


A new article, and thoughts on The Saboteur (and open world games in general).

Firstly, is about the most prolific video game movie actors in Hollywood. Two are supermodels. The Saboteur is, to me, an incredibly enjoyable game that isn't actually all that good. While i...   more



My review of all the reviews of my review of thing with the thing

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An article on game documentaries, and Assassin's Creed II thoughts

First of all, . Second of all, I think AC2's ending has to go down in history, alongside the Star Destroyer bit in Force Unleashed, as one of those gameplay moments that sounds absolutely spec...   more

An article on game documentaries, and Assassin's Creed II thoughts


Holy shit, Kohlstream

I mean, holy . These are goddamn amazing. I'm reading the backs of the boxes now, and god . And the DVDs actually work in my PC. I'm watching Mortal Kombat as we speak. Thanks, a thousand time...   more



Reviewers, What You Don't Know About LOTR Could Fill 3 Books

It is important for a games writer to take care when selecting a simile or metaphor as the basis of a concept or critique, because if this literary keystone is somehow structurally unsoun...   more



Regarding depictions of gamers in films, and an unofficial HAWP

p Firstly, a top five list about the (and the if you feel like it). Secondly, the forumites already found it but Ash and I did a scene for the Star Wars Uncut fan project, which can be viewed ...   more

Regarding depictions of gamers in films, and an unofficial HAWP





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