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Nintendo Wifi Connection: A Eulogy

Nintendo has problems with its online services. You know it, I know it. The big N has struggled with being behind the curve for awhile now, but especially in this area. While it has made leaps ...   more

Nintendo Wifi Connection: A Eulogy


Hey Everyone! Please Help get my Board Game Funded on Kickstarter!

Hello, everyone, I have not blogged here in about three years now!--I've been busy busy busy working on something, and I'd like to plug my game share it with all of you now. I have made a board...   more

Hey Everyone! Please Help get my Board Game Funded on Kickstarter!


A Very D-toid MAGfest 11

MAGfest. Known by some as the Music and Games Festival, but celebrated by many as the New Year NARP. I have celebrated the New Year with three MAGfest's to date, but none nearly so memorable or...   more

A Very D-toid MAGfest 11


Wii: A Farewell and Top 10

Well Destructoid, it certainly has been a while hasn't it? It's been far over a year since my last blog post and 2 years since the one before that. However, I felt the need to come back and wr...   more



New Pocketoid Episode Records Tonight!

Hey guys! So, (Addison) and I (Jordan) are recording a new episode of Pocketoid tonight! I don't know how to access so I will just post this from my own for now. Anyway! This week we'll be ta...   more

New Pocketoid Episode Records Tonight!


Comic: Fallout 3 FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUU

RAGE FACE   more

Comic: Fallout 3 FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUU


Comic: 3DS

Yes, I hit him and yes, it was glorious.   more

Comic: 3DS


In Defense of 3DS Streetpass

"Streetpass is useless in the U.S." "Streetpass only works in Japan." Have you heard someone utter either of the phrases listed above? Chances are you have. It's become a pretty frequent co...   more

In Defense of 3DS Streetpass


My Nintendo 3DS First-Time Reaction Video!

Hey guys! It's been almost 2 years since I've written anything on my blog, but I still love Destructoid and you guys as well. Maybe I'll start regularly writing for my blog again when my life set...   more

My Nintendo 3DS First-Time Reaction Video!


Dragon Questing Part Nineteen: A Week with the Sentinels

Spoiler free, I promise! Back in September of 2008, I had the pleasure of playing my first proper Dragon Quest game with "Chapters of the Chosen" for the DS. After completing it, I couldn...   more

Dragon Questing Part Nineteen: A Week with the Sentinels


Koichi Sugiyama: My Love-Hate Relationship with the "Big Boss of Game Music"

In honor of the release of (spelling it out in full because I absolutely love that subtitle), I wanted to share some thoughts and pay a little tribute to video game music composer Koichi Sugiy...   more

Koichi Sugiyama: My Love-Hate Relationship with the


Dragon Questing Part Eighteen: The Last Hope

Back in September of 2008, I had the pleasure of playing my first proper Dragon Quest game with "Chapters of the Chosen" for the DS. After completing it, I couldn't help but wonder why I had...   more

Dragon Questing Part Eighteen: The Last Hope


Dragon Questing Part Seventeen: I Came, I Saw, I Beat Some Ass.

Back in September of 2008, I had the pleasure of playing my first proper Dragon Quest game with "Chapters of the Chosen" for the DS. After completing it, I couldn't help but wonder why I had...   more

Dragon Questing Part Seventeen: I Came, I Saw, I Beat Some Ass.


Dragon Questing Part Sixteen: Running Scared with My Tail Between My Legs

Back in September of 2008, I had the pleasure of playing my first proper Dragon Quest game with "Chapters of the Chosen" for the DS. After completing it, I couldn't help but wonder why I had...   more

Dragon Questing Part Sixteen:  Running Scared with My Tail Between My Legs


Dragon Questing Part Fifteen: Poopsockin' it Through Eden

The facts: I've been playing Dragon Quest VII since March of 2009 (dangerously close to a year-and-a-half). I last blogged about it in August (almost a year ago.) In the aforemention...   more

Dragon Questing Part Fifteen: Poopsockin' it Through Eden


Ono-san hit me!

Yesterday was a Super Street Fighter IV event in Hamburg, Germany. Capcom invited press and some players from the German community to meet Yoshinori Ono, the producer of the game. Of course I wen...   more

Ono-san hit me!


Pikachu

Pikachu (ピカチュウ Pikachū?) is one of the fictional species of Pokémon creatures from the Pokémon media franchise—a collection of video games, anime, manga, ...   more

Pikachu


Quick Dragon Questing Update: Sorry, I Got Married.

Er... Hey everyone, to anyone and everyone who reads these, sorry that I haven't done one since early August of last year, but I kinda got married in November and that took a significant chun...   more

Quick Dragon Questing Update: Sorry, I Got Married.


428 - The greatest experiment in non-linear story telling

December 2008 the Sega released a Chunsoft developed visual Novel for the Nintendo Wii. Surprisingly the game was loved by game critics in Japan with Famitsu giving it a perfect score of 40/40. ...   more

428 - The greatest experiment in non-linear story telling


DLC guessing game results in PSN blockage

Well it was pretty nice of Mike Kennedy from Vogster to post five free download codes on the for Unbound Saga, that is finally getting a digital release in Europe. Only that it actually wasn't. ...   more

DLC guessing game results in PSN blockage


My Recovered Gaming Rig, Let Me Show It To You

After some unfortunate a few months ago, I've finally managed to get settled in a special place. I remodeled this place just for me. I am no longer above ground, so tornadoes can't reach me, and...   more



Is Exclusive Content Bad For Gaming?

Recently I've noticed a disturbing trend in the gaming market. It is the addition of game-altering exclusives with nearly every pre-order on the market, primarily at Gamestop. Yes, this is a ...   more

Is Exclusive Content Bad For Gaming?


The Forgotten: Dream Within a Dream

- Edgar Allen Poe, The Tell-Tale Heart. I gently slide the lantern hatch open until a sliver of light cuts the thick black of the room. The light arouses the old man from his sleep - his drea...   more

The Forgotten: Dream Within a Dream


Part Of Me Died When Gamestop Lied

Gamestop has always been a bit questionable to gamers in their retail tactics. First, they give you crummy trade-in value for your games at a fraction of what you originally paid. Then, they ha...   more



Mini Collection Update: More to Come

Holy crap! It's been forever since I updated my C-blog. Well, now's a good a time as any, I suppose. :D I'm going to start off with a small Collection Update. Starting from the top, left to rig...   more

Mini Collection Update: More to Come


I kind of want to buy "The Beatles: Rock Band" but the whole GH/RB genre of game just doesn't click with me

There's been a number of video game genres that as a whole simply do not click with me for a variety of reasons. For example, I get incredibly nauseous within minutes of looking at almost every...   more

I kind of want to buy


"It looks like a video game!"

The teaser trailer for James Cameron's latest film debuted today and I was really impressed and look forward to seeing the film this December. Granted, I have been looking forward to this film...   more



Response to Sean Malstrom's response to my article on Nintendo apologists

This blog post is a response to a response by to my blog post that was posted on Destructoid earlier this week. I have never heard of Sean Malstrom prior to this but a quick search on Google su...   more

Response to Sean Malstrom's response to my article on Nintendo apologists


Dragon Questing Part Fourteen: Groundhog Day

Back in September of 2008, I had the pleasure of playing my first proper Dragon Quest game with "Chapters of the Chosen" for the DS. After completing it, I couldn't help but wonder why I had...   more

Dragon Questing Part Fourteen: Groundhog Day


Question to Nintendo apologists: Hasn't Apple proven that you can appeal to both the public and your fan base at the same time?

For the record, I agree 100% with Jim's recent article . However, I wanted to hone in on one particular aspect of the article, the idea that Nintendo has left behind its older fans. I do feel th...   more

Question to Nintendo apologists: Hasn't Apple proven that you can appeal to both the public and your fan base at the same time?





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