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New Daily Runs of Spelunky, Nuclear Throne, and Risk of Rain

This week, I've started posting daily runs of some of my favorite procedurally generated games to my YouTube channel. Today had a rough start to the morning, with a little bit of disappointment over reading reviews for†Castl...   more



Only Person in the World With Criticism of Bioshock Infinite

Now Don't get me wrong. Ken Levine has never made a bad game with the word "Shock" in it, and Infinite is not the exception to that rule. Infinite's mix of multi-era music, slick combat, and writing that brought emotional us...   more

Only Person in the World With Criticism of Bioshock Infinite


Dtoid Book Club: Ready Player One Week 1 (-ish)

Sorry for the delay in getting this week's Dtoid Book Club post up. I'm blaming Dale entirely for this one, as I've been waiting to get his feedback on our current book, Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. But I can'ts waits no...   more



Introducing the Dtoid Book Club!

A few times in recent months, I've found myself trailing off on episodes of Podtoid to talking about books I'm reading or recommend books to others. It's prompted some people to approach me and suggest that I do some kind o...   more



Tokyo Travel Log: What I bought

Hey gang. I did make it home from Tokyo and I'd apologize for not having done more posts while there but, truth be told, there wasn't much more to tell. The rest of the week was dominated by work-related things, with the ex...   more



TGS Travel Log: Touring, shopping and lots of walking

(Just as a heads-up, at least one photo in this blog is really, really, NSFW.) My dogs, they are barking. While Tokyo Game Show doesn't start until later in the week, we wanted to get here a little bit early so we'd have a d...   more

TGS Travel Log: Touring, shopping and lots of walking


TGS Travel Log: Arriving, sleeping

Sitting on the plane with about nine hours remaining in the flight. This flight rather sucks, if I'm being perfectly honest. There's no internet service available, for starters, which surprised the hell out of me. I would t...   more



TGS Travel Log: Getting there in one (conscious) piece

As some of you may be aware, I'm headed to Japan this week to attend the Tokyo Game Show. If this were a standard kind of trip, I would be ramping up my Twitter usage, communicating my thoughts about the trip as they happen...   more



I think I need to make a game

I'm not saying that I'd like to create a game one day, that it would be fun to try and turn what I've learned over my years of playing and thinking about games into one of my own creation. This feels more serious. I'm struc...   more



I'm watching Buffy and Jim Sterling is a right bastard

Last week, I appeared on an episode of Podtoid. At some point in the proceedings, Jim Sterling made some comment regarding Buffy the Vampire Slayer and was shocked when I professed to have no particular interest in the seri...   more



New Fallout DLC Crashes Far Too many Fans' Consoles

Being a die hard Fan (Back to the Wasteland days) of the Fallout Canon, I was as pumped for New Vegas as anyone. Of course, the initial release polarized the fan base in the same fashion that Fallout 3 had, but that chatter w...   more

New Fallout DLC Crashes Far Too many Fans' Consoles


Custom covers for Borderlands

I enjoyed the absolute hell out of Borderlands right up until that last expansion released and I lost any and all desire to play the game. But that doesn't change how much love I have for the time when I had a lot of love for...   more



Deadly Premonition custom cover

Been some time since I got around to doing a custom game cover. When I first started making these, Deadly Premonition was always at the top of my list. I just couldn't settle on what I wanted to attempt. My first idea was ...   more



Custom covers for Uncharted

I took a little bit of time this weekend to whip up more game covers. Since I recently finished Uncharted 2: Among Thieves on Backlog (my live streaming show where I play through the unfinished games in my collection; Weekn...   more

Custom covers for Uncharted


Year End's Reflection: Fallout NV

I know Fallout NV reviews are old news, but I'd like to tackle some points that I haven't seen addressed, since I've had time to really soak up the game from different perspectives and played out a handful of the choices. Whi...   more

Year End's Reflection: Fallout NV


A couple more custom game covers

I posted a pair of covers that I made for BioShock and Bayonetta on Friday. People seemed to like them, so I spent a little bit of time this weekend cooking up a couple more. Reading through the comments this weekend, someo...   more



A couple of custom game covers which I made

I was going through some files, doing a little maintenance, and came across a few custom covers I made a few months ago. Over time, I'll probably get around to making more of these (there's an unfinished Earth Defense Force...   more



Black in action: A Dtoid love post (sorta kinda maybe sorta NVGR)

Oh hello there, Destructoid! How have you been? It's your ol' buddy, ol' pal, Uncle romstoppable. Some of you might also know me as MrSadistic on here. As some of you may or may not know (or probably don't care), I have ha...   more



Dead Rising 2: Not for the Uninfected.

The Dead Rising franchise gained its inception and inspiration from the 1978 Version of Dawn of the Dead and fulfills the fantasy of everyone who saw that movie and wanted to live in such in a environment. Sniping Zombies, st...   more

Dead Rising 2: Not for the Uninfected.


Dead Rising Case Zero Sets Bad Precedence.

After finishing Capcom's Case Zero I sat down to think about what I just played. Well, it was glimpse of the upcoming game: new combo items, new weapons, smarter followers, and (trumpets please) the ability to aim, shoot, AND...   more

Dead Rising Case Zero Sets Bad Precedence.


PAX presence, A call for Dtoid Portlanders

After a year away from what's probably the biggest gathering of Dtoiders in the US, I'm happy to say that I'll be attending PAX Prime this year. I didn't join in on the fun in 2009 because getting across the country for a w...   more

PAX presence, A call for Dtoid Portlanders


Alone in the Dark II: Another Reason to make VG movies illegal

The other day I sat down and watched, against my better judgment, Alone in the Dark II (2008). I got nostalgic and soon found myself suckered in with the mentality that it couldn't ruin one of my favorite childhood franchises...   more

Alone in the Dark II: Another Reason to make VG movies illegal


Forum Adventure: After Hours Edition

Oh, hello there fine Destructoid community. With the recent shenanigans of Forum Adventures going on and whatnot, I thought it was my privilege.. no.. my DUTY to write the obligatory erotic fan-fic. Now, some of you are say...   more



Why Deadly Premontions is the Best Game of the year, Not the worst.

How can a survival horror title that has outdated graphics, a mind numbingly annoying soundtrack; and gameplay consisting of repetitive Easter egg hunts, taxiing, and two dimensional combat be considered the best survival hor...   more

Why Deadly Premontions is the Best Game of the year, Not the worst.


Bioshock 2 Review: Great Story driven game-Unnecessary Multiplayer

Remember a few years back when that crab went on and on about how life was better under the sea? Of course, the grouch Iím talking about is Andrew Ryan, the developer of Rapture, an underwater setting of genetic drug addicts ...   more

Bioshock 2 Review: Great Story driven game-Unnecessary Multiplayer


Why do people LIKE Dragon Age?

Yes that title is a question? I couldn't have imagined a bigger disappointment than Dragon Age Origins provided. After working my way through my Game Queue, It finally showed up in the mail the other day and after I had wast...   more

Why do people LIKE Dragon Age?


Darkside Chronicles: Another Reason Resident Evil Needs To Turn A Corner

Remember turning that first corner in Resident Evil to find one of your comrades from Bravo Team with his face being gnawed off by Resident Evil's first zombie? Can you believe that was fourteen years, seven main series games...   more

Darkside Chronicles: Another Reason Resident Evil Needs To Turn A Corner


Hey Destructoid, Happy Thxgiving.

Hey Destructoid, it's been a while hasn't it? how's it going? How've you been? How's the kids? How's the raging case of butt herpes? Still mad at me for boning your smoking hot wife last Kwanzaa? It's all cool, I reckon' A...   more



Left 4 Dead 2 Demo Shows Signs of Decomposition

This past week, the fallís most anticipated Zombie Apocalypse title, Left 4 Dead 2, unleashed its demo to mass audiences. With the actual title coming to knock its rotting fingers on door steps in less than two weeks, the sho...   more

Left 4 Dead 2 Demo Shows Signs of Decomposition


"Natal", Not end-all

ďYou mean you have to use your hands. Thatís like a babyís toy.Ē Marty McFly is told this in. 2015 by two kids after showing them how to play an 80ís light gun game. Back To the Future 2 may not be far off with their pro...   more






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