Quantcast
Destructoid




Game database:   #ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ         ALL     Xbox One     PS4     360     PS3     WiiU     Wii     PC     3DS     DS     PS Vita     PSP     iOS     Android




    New     trending       featured       controversial       weirdest       by author       freebies       |       following

Blogs followed by RalphsBFF


Destructoid forums Werewolf Game 9: a recap (part 2)

This is the second part in the epic retelling of Werewolf Game 9 from the Destructoid forums. If you missed it, you can see Part 1 here. Header image by ZombiePlatypus. You can click it for a larger version. Planning ...   more

Destructoid forums Werewolf Game 9: a recap (part 2)


Destructoid forums Werewolf Game 9: a recap (part 1)

The following is a retelling of the recent game of Werewolf on the Destructoid forums. It was Team Fortress 2 themed, where thirteen of the sixteen players were BLU mercenaries, and the other three were RED Spies, bent on ...   more



A very Animal Crossing engagement story

Two years ago today, I asked a special woman to spend the rest of her life with me. This is the story of it all. I've told it before to people who have asked, but never written it down. It started more than five years ag...   more



Dtoid Los Angeles is having a Halloween party!

It's been a while since we've all gotten together, so let's meet up this Saturday! The wonderful Kyle and Donna will be hosting a Halloween party at their house, complete with giant inflatable slide, great people, and copiou...   more

Dtoid Los Angeles is having a Halloween party!


Liight finally out on WiiWare

Finally, a worthwhile WiiWare game that doesn't start with the word(s) "Bit.Trip." Liight debuted way back in September of 2009 as one of the PAX 10 finalists, and it seemed interesting enough for me to call it second best...   more

Liight finally out on WiiWare


Gamejournos hates satire

This is the header image, because it's okay to use misogynistic images to drive hits as long as you condemn the image. Bad image! Bad! Game journalist journalist: n - And individual who writes (professionally?) about comp...   more



The top ten PAX 10 for 2010

I mentioned in my PAX blog that a post on the PAX 10 would be coming. Here it is. In its third year now, the PAX 10 is a tradition at the Penny Arcade Expo, in which ten independently developed games are showcased as some...   more

The top ten PAX 10 for 2010


PAX memories and pictures from Dexter345

PAX Prime 2010 has come and gone, far too quickly, as usual. Everybody has slightly different memories of the extravaganza; indulge me for a moment to hear about mine. I got in on Thursday evening, and called up Wedge, be...   more



Aero Racer review (PSN)

With little fanfare, Aero Racer was released last week as a PS3 Mini. Indeed, so little effort is being put into marketing this bite-sized gem that developer Halfbrick Studios makes no mention of it on its website. This m...   more

Aero Racer review (PSN)


A heartfelt farewell from your DtoidLosAngeles curator

Hello, citizens of El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles del Río de Porciúncula. I'm pulling out all of the stops on the name of our, er, your city, because this will be my last post as the person running DtoidLosAnge...   more



DtoidLosAngeles's July Events

Greetings Southern California residents! I'm trying to watch Burn Notice right now so I'm going to keep the intro paragraph short. Look at what's going on this month! July 6th, 2010 Raging Waters Trip/Chick-Fil-A Omnoms ...   more

DtoidLosAngeles's July Events


On 'Splosion Man and great game design

In case you don't know, 'Splosion Man is an XBLA platform game that was released last year. Even if you don't have firsthand experience with it, you ought to know a bit about it, as it got a nine out of ten in the official...   more



Something about E3: I'm sick of game journalists complaining about their jobs

The Electronic Entertainment Expo is upon us, and that means several things. Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony will all be vying for your attention, some unexpected announcements will be made, and videogame writers from sites ...   more



Dtoid LosAngeles's June Events

Herro, DtoidLosAngeles denizens and other people who are writhing in jealousy while reading this blog! I'm not sure if you're aware, but during June, there is a little thing called the Electronic Entertainment Expo. I gue...   more

Dtoid LosAngeles's June Events


DtoidLosAngeles's May events

Herro DtoidRosAngeres! Just putting up a helpful little post about the goings-on for the month of May. Let's get started. Assuming the April showers are done, Kyle and Donna are having people over this coming Saturday, M...   more

DtoidLosAngeles's May events


Check out DtoidLosAngeles's new Facebook page [shortblog]

Hey guys. As the sole proprietor of DtoidLosAngeles (I'm not even sure what that means), it is my pleasure to bring you yet another way to get and/or stay connected with other DtoidLosAngelenos. Now, in addition to follow...   more

Check out DtoidLosAngeles's new Facebook page [shortblog]


Valkyria Chronicles separates the generals from the armchair generals

If I could toot my own horn for just a bit, I'd say that I think I'm pretty good at turn-based strategy games. I spent countless hours playing Civilization III, I recently extolled the virtues of Might & Magic: Clash of He...   more



Buy this game: Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes

So, an RPG, a turn-based strategy, and a puzzle game walk into a bar. There they meet some spiffy, yet slightly generic manga-lookin' characters. Everybody has a grand old boozy good time, they go home together, and the r...   more

Buy this game: Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes


Some upcoming events for DtoidLosAngeles

Oh herro! It's been awhile since we've put up a blog on what has been going down here in Los Angeles. It is partly because we are lazy, and partly because all of our event planning goes on in our Google Group, and we forg...   more

Some upcoming events for DtoidLosAngeles


Defense Force: moral choice in games

Whenever a new game comes out that purports to offer the player moral choice, the comments blow up with one of two types of comments. People either come in with the hope that this new game will actually offer the interesti...   more



Five things I'm pretty sure I can do, learned from games

Like most everybody else here on Destructoid, I spend quite a bit of time thinking about video games. However, a good amount of that time is spent thinking specifically about how games can be powerful tools for education. ...   more



Pictures from Halloween 2009 with DtoidLosAngeles

This will be a relatively short blog. It's mostly just a place where you can view the pictures we took. MizzGothZ dressed as... I don't really know what. Mid3vol drove up from San Diego, brought Knives and Rabite with...   more



Three 100-word reviews for free online games

As an application for a writing job elsewhere, I was tasked with playing some free-to-play, pay-for-premium-items games, and then writing up reviews on them. However, in a strange twist, (spurred by, I assume, the potentia...   more

Three 100-word reviews for free online games


Halloween is coming up, party with DtoidLosAngeles

You might be aware that October 31st is closing in on us pretty quickly. All Hallow's Eve is a fantastic excuse to dress up as your favorite game character outside of a convention center. Or, you could just put on some li...   more

Halloween is coming up, party with DtoidLosAngeles


Review: The Lost Symbol

The Lost Symbol is the most recent text adventure by famous designer Dan Brown. It is his fifth published work, and the third chronicling the adventures of Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon. As a fan of Brown's text adve...   more

Review: The Lost Symbol


Nerdcore calendar 2010 launch party on Wednesday, October 28th

Hello there DtoidLosAngelinos (and other people reading this, unfortunate enough to not live in Los Angeles). It's been awhile since we've last brought you news of parties/events. Truth is, you ought to join our Google Gr...   more

Nerdcore calendar 2010 launch party on Wednesday, October 28th


Prototype and the definition of self

As originally posted on The Scholarly Gamer. As a game that is about killing as many things in as little time as possible, Prototype doesn’t immediately appear to be particularly good fodder for philosophical debate or in-...   more

Prototype and the definition of self


PAX '09: the top ten PAX 10

I know, "top ten" lists are cheap, and especially if there are only ten things to choose from. That said, I am going to rank the ten showcased indie games according to how much I personally enjoyed them, and you're going t...   more

PAX '09: the top ten PAX 10


PAX '09: Hands on with Scribblenauts

I mentioned the other day in my Left 4 Dead 2 impressions post that when I wasn't just hanging out with Dtoid people, or going to Dtoid panels, or attending concerts, or eating, or sleeping, I spent a fair amount of my time...   more

PAX '09: Hands on with Scribblenauts


PAX '09: Left 4 Dead 2 impressions

PAX is a wonderful, beautiful place, and I am sure you have heard a little bit about that already. What you may not have gathered is that in addition to hanging out with friends and drinking booze, one of the other things ...   more

PAX '09: Left 4 Dead 2 impressions





Back to Top




All content is yours to recycle through our Creative Commons License permitting non-commercial sharing requiring attribution. Our communities are obsessed with videoGames, movies, anime, and toys.

Living the dream since March 16, 2006

Advertising on destructoid is available: Please contact them to learn more