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Because of the Love (Happy Birthday!)

It's been a while since I started reading Destructoid. A little less while since I signed up for an account, and a little less of a while since I started really engaging the community on anything...   more

Because of the Love (Happy Birthday!)


Jigglypuff

"Jigglypuff (Purin / プリン) is known as the Balloon Pokémon. Jigglypuff spelled backwards is ffupylggij. Jigglypuff is shaped like a round ball, with pink skin, large blue ...   more

Jigglypuff


PAX East Contest: It's the Goof Boy!

Well, it's a little last-minute, but here's my entry. It was kinda' hard to get some of this filmed during daylight/business hours, so please excuse the quick cuts during some of my speechhavings...   more

PAX East Contest: It's the Goof Boy!


Love, Hate, and Irreconciliation

You see two Engineers, wrenching away at strategically placed sentries and dispensers. A Heavy lingers nearby to slow any oncoming waves of offense, and a Pyro flits about like the spastic ...   more



A Different Machine: There Will Be Light

I've been listening to The Protomen lately. A lot. So much so that it's probably driving my friends completely bonkers. So much so that they're probably starting to wonder how much of a Megafan...   more

A Different Machine: There Will Be Light


An Ajar Letter: Arkham Asylum CE

Note to Destructoid: When I first read about the Left 4 Dead 2 boycott, I was livid. The reasoning seemed absurd, unreasonable, selfish, and greedy to me. Now I find myself feeling a similar sens...   more

An Ajar Letter: Arkham Asylum CE


A $40 Bonus Disc (Arkham Asylum CE - Physical Content)

(Note: This "review" pertains solely to the perceived quality of the collector's edition of Arkham Asylum at a first glance of the included contents. I have not assessed the quality of the game...   more

A $40 Bonus Disc (Arkham Asylum CE - Physical Content)


Nostalgic Novelty Meets Post-Humous Pop Appeal

It's somewhat unfortunate (from a game collector's point of view) that so many classic video-game cabinets should end up in the possession of a famous person, much less one of the greatest pop ...   more

Nostalgic Novelty Meets Post-Humous Pop Appeal


Dr. Sterling, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Pokémon Blue

Pokémon Blue is obviously better than Pokémon Red, an assertion that requires explanation only if you're a complete backbirth what doesn't know how superlatives work. I can only conclude that a...   more

Dr. Sterling, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Pokémon Blue


A Case of Mistaken Identity

Normally, I'd leave the self-promotion to personal social networking sites and forums, as well as chasing people down on the street to give them a card, but I think this most recent happening mer...   more

A Case of Mistaken Identity


Why Do We Care? - Introduction

I've given the whole "write something interesting and relevant in an articulate and incisive manner" thing a shot on several occasions. All of my writings on Destructoid have yet to really strike...   more

Why Do We Care? - Introduction


Those About To Die: In the Year 200X

I was given a Nintendo Entertainment System on the evening of my fourth birthday. Though Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt and Tetris were the first games that I ever owned for the system, Mega Man ...   more

Those About To Die: In the Year 200X


Sans Genre and Quantitative Notation: Riddick Demo

Ahoy hoy Dtoiders. Tonight's post is an exercise in an approach I've always cared to see in reviews for any medium, be they film, television, literary, musical, artistic, or video game. Whether...   more

Sans Genre and Quantitative Notation: Riddick Demo


Playing With Others: Asymmetrical Multiplayer

Ladies and gentleman, asymmetrical multiplayer is my bread and butter. Having long ago come to terms with the fact that I'm pretty suck when it comes to actual coordination, accuracy, and genera...   more

Playing With Others: Asymmetrical Multiplayer





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