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Greeced Lightning, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Kratos

I've been a gamer all my life. I could play a Mario game before I could say his name. I stuck with the NES and SNES far past their prime, which eventually became standard practice for me. I'm not...   more

Greeced Lightning, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Kratos


Nostlajourney Episode 07 - Duke Nukem 3D

In this episode we bring in Max Scoville to go back and play Duke Nukem 3D, plus compare it to Duke Nukem Forever. We had 7 people on this time, making it probably the largest episode we've do...   more



Nostaljourney Episode 07 Casting Call

With Duke Nukem Forever already out, we've decided to tag along with Max Scoville and revisit Duke Nukem's glory days. Welcome back to Nostaljourney. For those of you who don't recall, Nostalj...   more

Nostaljourney Episode 07 Casting Call


Nostaljourney Episode 06: Resident Evil 2

In this episode of Nostaljourney Jonathan Holmes actually shows up to record! In HONOR of this we... HONOR him with a staged performance on the show. In anticipation of Resident Evil: Operati...   more

Nostaljourney Episode 06: Resident Evil 2


Wryviews: Shadows of the Damned

Shadows of the Damned is such a weird, mixed bag that it's hard to even know where to begin. How's this for a start: There's one segment in the game where you use a giant stripper's cleavage ...   more

Wryviews: Shadows of the Damned


Nostaljourney Episode 06 Casting Call

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is on the way and it looks pretty damn cool. In celebration of this we'll be playing and discussing Resident Evil 2, that game where the actual Raccoon Ci...   more

Nostaljourney Episode 06 Casting Call


Nostaljourney Episode 05: Deus Ex

In anticipation of Deus Ex: Human Revolution we play and discuss the original game and have a hell of a lot of fun cracking jokes at the game's expense. Today's episode is particularly diverse...   more



Wryviews: Alice Madness Returns

Alice: Madness Returns is an oddity of a game; the kind where a numbered review score doesn't really help say anything about it. I knew I had to have this game as soon as it was announced and ...   more

Wryviews: Alice Madness Returns


Wryviews: Dead Rising 2

I've heard a lot of people foolishly try to describe Dead Rising in one sentence. "You kill zombies with lots of stuff." I'm serious. That's all a lot of people have to say about it and it's...   more

Wryviews: Dead Rising 2


Gemnalysis: Mega Man and Bass, the true Mega Man 9

Here is what I was thinking when Mega Man 9 was first announced: "Umm... there already is a Mega Man 9. It's the one where Protoman gets cut in half and you can play as Bass. You know, the o...   more

Gemnalysis: Mega Man and Bass, the true Mega Man 9


Nostaljourney Episode 05 Casting Call

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is on the way. In anticipation we've got three Destructoid editors ready to sit down, play and discuss the original PC game with the community. Welcome back to Nosta...   more



Nostaljourney Episode 04: Mega Man Legends

In this episode of Nostaljourney we cover the wonderfully charming Mega Man Legends series and discuss how well it held up over time. Spoilers: It has aged amazingly well. We discuss the nuan...   more

Nostaljourney Episode 04: Mega Man Legends


Nostaljourney EP04 Casting Call: Mega Man Legends

We're back to donate free nostalgic games to people who've never had a chance to played them. This episode we have a fairly solid staff already in place, but we need one person who wants to ch...   more

Nostaljourney EP04 Casting Call: Mega Man Legends


Wryview: Radiant Historia

In my mind the handheld market doesn't have a lot of competition when it comes to RPGs. The most widely recommended RPGs on handhelds are remakes. Now remakes are great; I actually love them ...   more



Rubberband A.I. Episode 6: The Vs. Series

Don't call it a comeback! Really, we actually came back last week. This week on Rubberband A.I. Kyle, Foster, Bronson, and special guest the returning Pat Nguyen are talking one of the best fig...   more

Rubberband A.I. Episode 6: The Vs. Series


Gamercise Me: Week Six

Okay, got up to five hours this week, but for a lot of the exercising, I didn't feel it. So next week I'm going to an hour and fifteen minutes. I also start counting calories that week. I sort of...   more

Gamercise Me: Week Six


Weekly Top Ten: Sexiest outfits... and 5 I don't find sexy.

Just for the hell of it, I'm posting a list of (usually) ten items related to gaming. But for the most part they won't be the typical stuff, like my top ten Gamecube games. I want to make discuss...   more

Weekly Top Ten: Sexiest outfits... and 5 I don't find sexy.


Nostaljourney Episode 03: Jet Grind Radio

In this episode we discuss all things Jet Grind Radio while Funktastic speaks with a crappy generic Asian accent. Some things we manage to cover include the little known Gameboy Advance versio...   more



Gamercise Me: Week Five

There's a setback. The scale says I barely lost anything, and my shows barely any change from the . Does this mean this doesn't work? Not necessarily. I'm taking personal responsibility for thi...   more

Gamercise Me: Week Five


Wryview: The Legend of Zelda Spirit Tracks

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is a game that MAY have been snubbed by fans. It's hard to tell since nobody ever talks about it. Most people I speak to only know that in Spirit Tracks you...   more



Weekly Top Ten: 10 Games That Are Not Bad The Way Many Claim

Just for the hell of it, I'm posting a list of (usually) ten items related to gaming. But for the most part they won't be the typical stuff, like my top ten Gamecube games. I want to make discuss...   more

Weekly Top Ten: 10 Games That Are Not Bad The Way Many Claim


Gamercise Me: Week Four

Got a couple more dance games, including Dance on Broadway (which is very similar to Just Dance, just with polygon dancers instead of rotoscoped ones) and the latest DDR for the Wii, which was fo...   more

Gamercise Me: Week Four


Weekly Top Ten: Best Game Fanfares

Just for the hell of it, I'm posting a list of (usually) ten items related to gaming. But for the most part they won't be the typical stuff, like my top ten Gamecube games. I want to make discuss...   more

Weekly Top Ten: Best Game Fanfares


Gamercise Me: Week three.

Sorry this is a day late. Anyway, finished week two of this experiment. Found a bunch of speed bumps, but looking at those just makes me more determined (plus I've heard the second week is often ...   more

Gamercise Me: Week three.


Gamercise Me: Week two.

Finished the first week of , so this is the update. Games I played each day: * Monday: We Cheer. Still haven't mastered the timing for that game, but I did break a sweat trying. * Tuesday: Gold'...   more

Gamercise Me: Week two.


Groundhog Day: Rock Cell Radio

Itís kind of hard for me to really pick one game for this. As someone who was raised up squeezing every last minute out of a game because you never knew when youíd get another, Iíve cherished q...   more



Groundhog Day: Can you feel the sunshine, Sonic?

When I was a little kid I was a pretty huge Sonic the Hedgehog fan. I don't know what it was about the guy that I loved so much, but I did. I watched both of the cartoons and would get VHS co...   more



Rubberband A.I. Episode 4

Episode 4 of Rubberband A.I. is dedicated to edutainment titles. Why you ask? The release of Oregon Trail and Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego on Facebook. However we will not be talking a...   more

Rubberband A.I. Episode 4


Gamercise Me - Can games really help weight loss: Week one.

My name is Luke Collins, and I'm overweight. I'm 31, 5'10'', and 280 pounds. I don't have a problem with exercising and eating right in the first place, just sticking with those things. Well I l...   more

Gamercise Me - Can games really help weight loss: Week one.


Gemnalysis: Maken X, the missing Atlus game

Atlus is a company with a lot of street cred in the gaming circuit, but oddly enough a great deal of it is misguided. People like to give Atlus credit for a variety of games they never made,...   more






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