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Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.

I don't know how long this blog post will be. I'm practically speechless because of the love and support I received from my most recent blog post. This community is so kind and generous, as it has always been. I posted a...   more

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.


Hat's Thoughts: 2014 for Ubisoft

2014 was a great year. We got excellent games, great promises for 2015, awesome and unexpected movies (How great was Guardians of the Galaxy?), and so much more that other people already covered on their retrospectives. ...   more

Hat's Thoughts: 2014 for Ubisoft


The Friendly Gaming Master List

Dear Destructoid Community Blogs, It has come to my attention lately that you are all amazing. Well, maybe not lately, but I’ve been thinking about it more lately as I’ve been trying to link up with more Dtoi...   more

The Friendly Gaming Master List


Call of Questions. Error Machine Podcast Recording Tonight!

Hey everybody, I and my bros on the Error Machine Podcast will be recording not one, but TWO episodes of the show tonight. First, we will be recording the follow up to your Playstation memories episode from last week, an...   more

Call of Questions. Error Machine Podcast Recording Tonight!


Return to (Castle) Wolfenstein: The New Order

General Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse is a gnarly looking old man, with the kind of exaggeratedly evil voice, mannerisms and disfigured face one tends to associate with modern depictions of Nazis. He’s cr...   more

Return to (Castle) Wolfenstein: The New Order


So, I'm about to start writing for Destructoid

So, where to begin. My name is Laura Kate Dale, I'm a freelance games critic who podcasts about equal parts indie games and butts. I've spent the last three years working my way up from unpaid writer on small scale blog...   more



Cblogs of 12/16/2014 + Harry Potter and The Hobbit spoilers

Note: This blog contains spoilers for both the Harry Potter series and The Hobbit After many years, I have finally read the last Harry Potter book. This has been quite a long journey, as being an adult in my early twent...   more

Cblogs of 12/16/2014 + Harry Potter and The Hobbit spoilers


Have licensed games finally developed beyond mediocrity?

License based video games (LBVG) often get a rough ride. They are the perennial punching bags of the industry. Commercially abused and critically damaged, intellectual property is often left by the wayside as publishers...   more

Have licensed games finally developed beyond mediocrity?


Who will run Capcom and what is the next Devil May Cry?

Where can DMC/Devil May Cry go?    Who will inherit the Capcom now that the Gods Kamiya, Inafune, Killian, and Mikami are gone?   Subscribe for more from beneath my hat of tin foil! www.youtube.com/user/...   more

Who will run Capcom and what is the next Devil May Cry?


Sony Cancels All Upcoming Games For Fear They Will Upset Dear Leader

Hours after Sony Pictures announced it would not release the Seth Rogen/James Franco film The Interview, Sony Computer Entertainment said it is canceling all upcoming games after it learned some of the games might make K...   more



Cannibal Steven's SUPER FLIPPANT TOP 10 of 2014!

HEY YA'LL! Well, 2014 is coming to a close. That went quick. This year has been interesting, as the path this generation of games will take is beginning to show. As of now the gaming industry remains primarily in the con...   more

Cannibal Steven's SUPER FLIPPANT TOP 10 of 2014!


Because I'm Right: The Best Games of 2014

For me, 2014 was one of those years, you know the one; where one bad thing happens, and then something else happens, and then it just keep snowballing and before long you're getting intimate with a bottle of Captai...   more

Because I'm Right: The Best Games of 2014


Cause, effect and consequence

When it comes to multiplayer I'm obsessed with tactics and teamplay,  the more involved I am with my comrades the happier I am,  win or lose, rain or shine,   I  love to hang on the sidelines providi...   more

Cause, effect and consequence


Weekly Top 5: Dustin's Essential Christmas Viewing

So you may be thinking that a better title for this blog would have been "Favorite Christmas Movies", but the problem with that is that some of the things I'm about to list aren't actually Christmas movies, and one...   more



Threaks and the nice side of Gaming

Given that I am not employed by Destructoid, there should be no conflict in this particular piece. I am also not paid by or engage in lude acts with Threaks. Though I do engage in raunchy times with German beer.  T...   more



Why I think the most controversial generation of Pokémon is the best

  Generation 3 is known as the "advanced" generation. However, it is probably more widely known as the "controversial" generation. Generation 3 arrived in a very transitional time for the Pokémon franchise. ...   more



Tablet game review: Shaqdown2 - O'Neal wants more money.

Cost: Free on IOS, android and Amazon App store.Reviewed On: Kindle Fire HD Review:  Ok let me get this out of the way to start with. I liked Shaq Fu....... not the SNES version but the Megadrive version with more ...   more

Tablet game review: Shaqdown2 - O'Neal wants more money.


Hat Thought's: Hatred removed from Steam Greenlight

Hatred, the controversial ultra violent game about killing people for no reason, came back to the spotlight after being removed from Steam Greenlight. By the time of removal the game had received more than 13,000 votes, ...   more

Hat Thought's: Hatred removed from Steam Greenlight


Gaming in the Classroom & 5 Classic Apple IIe Games

Couple weeks back, I was browsing the interwebs pretending to work, when I came across an interesting TED Talk about gaming. What made it even more interesting was that it was presented by third grader Cordell Steiner. T...   more

Gaming in the Classroom & 5 Classic Apple IIe Games


The treacherous tragedy of the 20th Anniversary PS4

So, as you all well know, the 20th Anniversary PS4 was limited to a production run of 12,800 in order to celebrate 20 years of great games on the Playstation platform. The USA got some, and so did the UK, and other coun...   more

The treacherous tragedy of the 20th Anniversary PS4


Free Video Game Music from 2014 2/2 (July-December)

Harmony of Heroes, VG Christmas Party, The OCR Game Boy Anniversary and much more awesomeness was released by fans for free during July-December 2014. Mr. Hoffmann presents you awesome fan creations..and they are free! &...   more

Free Video Game Music from 2014 2/2 (July-December)


Rest in Peace, Bro: Thoughts on Broforce

American Bravado is fun to parade around. I’m not even from this country, yet I can’t help but chime in with the “Amuuurika, hell yeah”s of my more patriotic friends. That, combined with the num...   more

Rest in Peace, Bro: Thoughts on Broforce


Cblogs of 12-14-2014 + Superheroine-isms!

As I type this today, I am trying to solve the mystery of how I keep cutting my left index finger on things. It happened a few times in the same day and I don't know how and its making typing this mildly frustrating, to...   more

Cblogs of 12-14-2014 + Superheroine-isms!


There's a Game for Everyone

Man we live wonderful times, so many advances in technology, medicine, and in entertainment as well. Never before we had so many games on our reach. I'm not talking only emulators, but also online services like Steam, PS...   more

There's a Game for Everyone


Xenoblade X: More Designers Announced

Takahashi Tetsuya of Monolith Soft, who pushed forward the development of the open-world RPG “Xenoblade X” (read as “Xenoblade Cross”) for the Wii U, has been releasing the names of designer...   more

Xenoblade X: More Designers Announced


A Look Back At 2014

I'm back friends! Apologies for my absence last week; my internet has been out for about a week and a half. It was actually the first time I've missed my weekly piece in the 6 months or so I've been doing this! Sad time...   more

A Look Back At 2014


Indie Delve: Tower of Guns with Joe Mirabello

This year saw the release of a wonderfully silly and twitch-tastic roguelike first-person bullet hell by the name Tower of Guns. Pulling elements from classic games like Quake and Rogue, wrapping them up in a relentless...   more

Indie Delve: Tower of Guns with Joe Mirabello


Street Fighter 5 Parries and Boob Jobs

To better help folks speculate, here's a back to back look at the footage shown in the new gameplay trailer and the live stage match from Capcom Cup. I personally don't think they're parries. Perhaps a form of Just Guar...   more

Street Fighter 5 Parries and Boob Jobs


Music’s Forgotten Role in Video Games

Music in videogames is a wonderful entity. As one of the most diverse and precious elements of the industry it plays a big part in making today’s blockbusters the enjoyable immersive experiences they are. But in a...   more

Music’s Forgotten Role in Video Games


The Beautiful People #2

Next week its christmas already....I can't believe the year is almost over again.. This is my little Monday Blog about beautiful video game cosplays I saw recently, lets start every week now by seeing the...Beautiful Peo...   more

The Beautiful People #2





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