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The Rebellion Strikes Back! A primer to FTL's Advanced Edition

I’ve plugged countless hours into FTL and I still don’t consider myself good. While beating the Rebel Flagship is a challenge to most people it still seems like a dream to me, or at the very le...   more

The Rebellion Strikes Back! A primer to FTL's Advanced Edition


Mercenary Kings: This is my gun

Tired of the same old M-16/Barret 50 Cals/Desert Eagles? One of the main reasons I'm so attached to Mercenary Kings, a new so-called Borderslugs game, is because there are plenty of weapons whi...   more

Mercenary Kings: This is my gun


Late night thoughts: STEEEAAAAAAM coupons

Well, I'm sick. I've missed a couple days of work because of some weird Spring flu I caught. But my lack of shift hours in earning money doesn't mean you have to spend your own! Since jumping ...   more

Late night thoughts: STEEEAAAAAAM coupons


Happy birthday Mr. Mayor

I've actually been emboldened from the state of the Animal Crossing thread in the Dtoid forums. Most people have dropped off playing the game, including the biggest AC player I knew, AlphaDeus....   more

Happy birthday Mr. Mayor


How I 3DS: Strider edition

After the realization that the 3DS turned three, reading foray into the 3DS, I think its time I shared my personal 3DS story and stats. In particular, someone who owns a 3DS and works at the H...   more

How I 3DS: Strider edition


A simplified history of Pokémon's metagame part 6: X and Y

We've finally arrived at the latest generation. After combing through the , , , , and generations of Pokémon with 20 years of games, we've arrived at X and Y with their sixth generation flavor...   more

A simplified history of Pokémon's metagame part 6: X and Y


Log Horizon: a great game in an anime

What happens when you take the principle foundation of Sword Art Online and lessen the examination on humanity in a digital to increase the game fluff that was on top of it? Log Horizon is what...   more

Log Horizon: a great game in an anime


Strider's personal Pokébank wishlist

I've saved a lot of Pokemon in my days of playing the series. I've held onto Pokemon I've caught in Emerald version way back with the GBA cartridges. But PokeBank has been delayed indefinitely, a...   more

Strider's personal Pokébank wishlist


Strider's last minute GOTY for 2013

2013 was a goddamn great year for games if you ask me. And none of my reasons pertain to the new generations of consoles either! In fact, this year has been the year of the 3DS for me. Regardle...   more

Strider's last minute GOTY for 2013


Dtoid GOTY 2013: Chris Carter's picks

 to play videogames. This year, I've played around 270 new games. That's new in 2013, as in, newly released this year, and doesn't include replays or retro titles. So as you can imagine, I had a ...   more



The invisibility of the older woman...

I'm currently 51 and frankly, when I hit 50... shit happened.  I stopped dying my hair only to find out that I no longer had dark brown hair, but instead when the sun hits my locks, you could b...   more



Destructoid's first D-1 Pokémon Grand Prix!

Hello from the forums cblogs! And welcome to the first , brought to you by Brightside! Have you raised yourself quite the little team? Well prove it you little shit! Brightside has gathered al...   more

Destructoid's first D-1 Pokémon Grand Prix!


A simplified history of Pokemon's metagame part 5: Black and White

Previously, on parts , , , and , Pokémon's metagame was slowly gaining speed as it sped towards a hyper offensive strategy. No time for defense or stall! just set up a boosting move like Swords...   more

A simplified history of Pokemon's metagame part 5: Black and White


A simplified history of Pokemon's metagame part 4: Diamond and Pearl

Since part , and of the history of Pokémon's metagame, there have been a lot of recurring themes and ideas. Every generation had at least one powerful and memorable change that easily makes i...   more

A simplified history of Pokemon's metagame part 4: Diamond and Pearl


Strider's top 7 Pokemon of the new generation

While Black and White tried to recreate that feeling of playing Red and Blue by limiting you to only Unova dex Pokemon up until you become the champion, X and Y has older Pokemon pop up alongsi...   more

Strider's top 7 Pokemon of the new generation


Great things are on the way: I'm now heading up reviews for Destructoid

I'll keep this brief. Destructoid has had a few losses lately.   more



Talking to Trainers About Pokemon Week 1: Worldwide Release!

There's a common sentiment among the Cblog Recappers at the slow pace of the cblog community as of late. In the interest of revitalizing the cblogs and with 's inevitable release, I thought we ...   more

Talking to Trainers About Pokemon Week 1: Worldwide Release!


GTA Online: Visit lively San Andreas!

The San Andreas Board of Commerce, Tourism, and Sanctioned Crime has been alarmed at the recent influx of tourists and the proportionate number of tourists turned away at the border checkpoint ...   more

GTA Online: Visit lively San Andreas!


A beginner's primer to Spies vs Mercs

Just like , 's multiplayer is a surprising highlight for most people. Though Spies vs Mercs has a successful past, it still rings that I-can't-believe-the-singleplayer-has-good-multiplayer-too ...   more

A beginner's primer to Spies vs Mercs


How to win at Animal Crossing: New Leaf

People who scoff at playing Animal Crossing or are intimidated by jumping into the series simply don't understand the intricacies that come with interacting with wild, untamed animals as they t...   more

How to win at Animal Crossing: New Leaf


Feminist Frequency and Relevance...

So, Anita Sarkeesian has completed her "Damsel in Distress" trilogy.  In the first video, she introduced the trope and gave some historical background to it.  She spoke of how the male rescuer ...   more



Killing Death

We're currently going through a family crisis.  My father-in-law is 80 and has had a brain hemorrhage.  My husband immediately flew out to be with his father and after 10 days, he's finally bac...   more



The dark story beneath Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing is regularly known for its sugary sweet, laid back atmosphere. Neighbors are squirrels or ducks who are typically generous and give you free stuff just because you're cool. But t...   more



No means no... but sometimes it has to be said out loud.

This started as a response to excellent blog recapping some recent events at E3, but it grew far too long, and I've never been concise... so I'll put my huge ramble here in my own blog, but plea...   more



Spending a week starting a New Leaf

It's been a little over a week since Animal Crossing New Leaf released to the US and I think I can easily say that I have been engrossed in the experience thus far. And not just engrossed eithe...   more

Spending a week starting a New Leaf


It's all about who you're sleeping with...

I've mentioned it before, but I seem to have the worst luck when it comes to video game romances.  I dumped Anomen the wimp in Baldur's Gate 2. In Dragon Age: Origins, dumped me after beco...   more



More questions than answers...

As with many console launches in the past, this year I've come away with more questions than answers.  I'm usually a Sony fangirl, but for the next generation of game consoles, I'm still undeci...   more



Fun Facts about Females

Meet Jane.  She owns a smartphone or tablet.  The install base on Android and iOS devices alone is larger than all the current gen consoles combined.  According to Flurry (an app analytics comp...   more



Strider's Weeaboo Corner: Titan Edition

This season's biggest anime is easily Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin). I've seen lots of people talk about it and wonder out loud if they should watch it. While in most cases, I recomme...   more

Strider's Weeaboo Corner: Titan Edition


5 reasons Animal Crossing is better than real life

There's always that one guy who says, "" Then again, Animal Crossing was probably a precursor to the slew of games that people don't get. Games with a vague goal; where the enjoyment is diffic...   more

5 reasons Animal Crossing is better than real life





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