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Strider's top 9 Dtoid rivalries

Well, its time to compose my top 9 Dtoiders. And I have to stick with it because I have integrity. And without integrity, what could I be trusted with? But not to worry though because I have a clear cut list of choices....   more



Nintendo FNF Feb 27th: land of the dead

Land of the dead isn't describing Nintendo FNF (though it wouldn't be inaccurate). I just reach Ikana Canyon in Majora's Mask 3D and it's probably my favorite area. Being the last major area and dungeon site means it's ...   more

Nintendo FNF Feb 27th: land of the dead


A Better Class of Game Criticism: Part 1

Social criticism of gaming is still a relatively new phenomenon. One of the most prominent critical teams in this space is Feminist Frequency. When they started critiquing videogames, they brought with them a wealth of k...   more

A Better Class of Game Criticism: Part 1


Strider's forum safari guide

Salutations intrepid explorers! Have you ever perused gamefaqs? Commented on Kotaku? Strolled through IGN? Well here you are now dear expeditionite, reading the words upon website Destructoid dot com, wondering to yours...   more



Double 20's: Fapcast 20 question box is open and Nintendo FNF for 02/20

source It's that time again! When speakers glow with the heat of verbal cursing and we all drop our pants to... wait, hold on. No, it's Fapcast questions for episode 20. Now with 30% more Dtoid staff. This time on again-...   more

Double 20's: Fapcast 20 question box is open and Nintendo FNF for 02/20


Late night thoughts: a new ninja in town

Dag yo!™ It's been nearly 4 years since I joined Destructoid. Believe it or not, my first cblog here was about Netflix's price hike. We can all guess how things turned out. So not only is Netflix still in busines...   more



Fapcast 19 records Friday! You got questions, we got guesses

We're back on a regular schedule! Me, Phil, and another brand new guest record a new episode of the Fapcast, Destructoid's #4 rated community podcast per Neilson family ratings for community podcasts that record on a Fr...   more



The nitty-gritty: the PlatinumStandard

The nitty-gritty is a series aimed at discussing the utmost granular game design choices and mechanics that makes our favorite games tick. No expense is spared in talking with the most obscure of lexicon and jargon in o...   more



Let's NOT Get Excited About No Man's Sky

It's time for an intervention.   The Problem A lot of the talk in 2014 was about the negative effect of hype. (And if you disagree with that statement, then you deserve a pat on the back for not being as obsessed w...   more



Late night thoughts: Wind Waker Warriors and the Gardevoir experience

Another night for late night thoughts. Dtoid is certainly bustling this past month. I take back what I said describing Dtoid's comic book age phases. The very beginning was probably just Dtoid being small but tight kni...   more



Cblog Fapcast records Friday evening! Send us burning questions!

It's been a longtime coming, but since I never know when to let go, the Fapcast is coming back for an episode. And while I loathe to do short form posts, I figure you've seen enough call for questions to be used to them...   more



Hyrule Warriors: celebrations, weapons, and wishes

Believe it or not, I really love Hyrule Warriors. Actually, that's probably not such a stretch seeing the comments for each new DLC release. But Hyrule Warriors has really grown on me as something Nintendo has always be...   more



Gaming by region: Southern California

Holy cow, I've been meaning to throw this out for months but something always gets in the way, whether it's timely writing prompts (Giving Thanks, Gift of Gaming), big creative itches (finishing Pokemon, GOTY 2014), or ...   more

Gaming by region: Southern California


Strider's big bonkers GOTY list: 2014 edition

Hey guys! You enjoying those PCs and next-gen consoles? Sorry, current gen consoles. Xbox One and PS4 have been out an entire year and they probably no longer have that new console smell. PC always gets interesting game...   more



Depression

Andrew Dice attempted to kill himself earlier this year because of Trails in the Sky The Second Chapter. This came as a shock to me because I'd followed Carpe Fulgur for a number of years as a translation studio. A...   more



The Three Best Games I Played In 2014

For me, the year 2014 of our Lord (more your Lord, less mine, unless we are talking about the Facebook profile of God, who is all our lord), was a great year for gaming. I don't mean that in an objective “great gam...   more

The Three Best Games I Played In 2014


The Gift of Gaming: BIONIC ARM!

A great gift to me is something that qualifies the phrase, "the gift that keeps on giving." And what better gift is there that has more to give then what it initially offers then a good old fashioned fighting game? 2008...   more



Mega Rayquaza! And 4 other kinds of annoyingly strong Pokemon

Whenever a new legendary is introduced, it's usually assumed that it'll fall into one of two tiers of power: OverUsed, which means its powerful and popular to use in team building, and ubers, which means its too powerfu...   more

Mega Rayquaza! And 4 other kinds of annoyingly strong Pokemon


Dragon Age: Inquisition The Good Stuff

Why should you absolutely be playing Dragon Age: Inquisition?    The Art Direction It's a beautiful game! And I'm not talking about the graphics here (though I have been assured those are good as well). I playe...   more

Dragon Age: Inquisition  The Good Stuff


Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Not-So-Good Stuff

  OK. I'm back. And I've spent over a hundred hours and finished my first playthrough of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I could write about this game endlessly, but I've decided to restrict myself to two posts. This one w...   more

Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Not-So-Good Stuff


I just finished Pokemon Alpha Sapphire

There are a lot of great series out there with seemingly inexplicable staying power despite one of their bullet points being, "Don't change too much." I just beat Pokemon Alpha Sapphire after a long binge on it. I playe...   more

I just finished Pokemon Alpha Sapphire


The Gift of Gaming: Family Ties

I know what you're thinking. You're thinking a Family Ties game would be amazing, and you're right. I'm making a note to send that idea to TellTale Games.  "Alex will remember that." That's not what I'm here to tal...   more



Dragon Age: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.

  [Zero spoilers for Inquisition] To say that I am excited for Dragon Age: Inquisition is to massively undersell my emotions. I am feverish with desire and sleepless with want. I am not even being hyperbolic here. I...   more

Dragon Age: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.


Late Night Thoughts: An artful case of the Mondays

I'm just glad to be on my damn computer again. For three whole days, I've had none of my regular Internet access. The only way I could connect to the net was through my phone's 4G LTE connection. That explains the commen...   more

Late Night Thoughts: An artful case of the Mondays


MASSIVE CHALICE is really good.

Guys this isn't a very good blog post I've written, but dang it, i've got to tell you, MASSIVE CHALICE is really good. Yes its Double Fine. Yes its early access now. Yes its a Kickstartered game. No they haven't finishe...   more

MASSIVE CHALICE is really good.


Interactive Storytelling: When Games Make You Cry

    I have come across this question a few different times: Can videogames make you cry? On the surface, the question is simply asking if you have shed a tear during gaming. But the subtext cuts a little deeper...   more

Interactive Storytelling: When Games Make You Cry


Late night thoughts: Nintendo was dead, long live Nintendo

Did you guys hear about these new consoles? They're called the Xbox One and the PS4, in honor of their predecessors: The one true ring, said to bear the mysterious markings of a box with an X in it and Paul Sabbur IV, t...   more



Fangs for the memories: Subversion with Eversion

Warning: As with any scary game, most will want to experience the spookiness fresh, without spoilers. The following will totally spoil Eversion in its entirety. Note that I'm so much of a scaredy cat that I still derive...   more

Fangs for the memories: Subversion with Eversion


Purity in Gaming

[This post inspired by the TotalBiscuit/Jim Sterling debate on what qualifies as game.] “Purity” is one of those core concepts that we cling to as humans. Whether it is a theist's sanctity of religion, the so...   more



Places you can't bring your Wii U

The carUnless you own one of those luxury cars with TV screens in the back of the seats, you ain't getting a Wii U in there. That's before considering the drain on the car batteries. The toiletAt least wash the control...   more

Places you can't bring your Wii U





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