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"Remember Me" has the makings of something spectacular

When new IP rolls onto the market, it can be exciting and terrifying. The trailers all look fantastic and everyone gets excited, but it's not the kind of safe bet we're used to making on establis...   more



Tomb Raider fails to embrace all it could be

Crystal Dynamics picked up the Tomb Raider franchise and turned heads as early as Guardian of Light, but it was clear they were itching to do something more. Breathing life into a near-dead franc...   more

Tomb Raider fails to embrace all it could be


Bioshock Infinite: Breaking the circle

PS3/360/PC First-person shooter 1 Mature (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language, Mild Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco) Video games have constants. Common themes and elements t...   more

Bioshock Infinite: Breaking the circle


Hitman: Absolution - A personal mission

I’m not usually one to replay a game much. Online multiplayer is lost on me, and local multiplayer is only valuable insofar as my girlfriend or roommate is interested in the game (in my girlfrien...   more

Hitman: Absolution - A personal mission


Bring us Merlenderl, and wipe away the debt!

(Made with loving juiciness by Michael Towns)   more



XCOM: Enemy Unknown and breaking into a new genre

As a teen, I watched both American Beauty and Super Troopers in the same night. I loved Super Troopers and I hated American Beauty. Everyone in the room hated it. Years later, several of my frien...   more

XCOM: Enemy Unknown and breaking into a new genre


Obligatory PS4 thoughts

After a couple weeks of buzz, the PS4 surfaced at Sony's February 20 press conference to no one's surprise. What did we learn? A lot, but at the same time, not much. A big talking point was th...   more

Obligatory PS4 thoughts


DmC seemed fine to me...?

Full disclosure – never played a Devil May Cry game in my life, so to speak to the traits of the reboot in relation to its predecessors might be overstepping my boundaries a bit, but in terms of ...   more

DmC seemed fine to me...?


Games I bested in 2012 and a look at 2013

A little late, but here's what I managed to get through in 2012: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Borderlands Catherine Crysis The Darkness 2 Darksiders Flower Ico Journey LEGO Harry Potter: Years ...   more

Games I bested in 2012 and a look at 2013


Video games, art, an acceptable hobby and bringing the world together

Without much thought, art brings to mind paintings and sculptures, and over time it's grown to include music, and perhaps more begrudgingly books, while film continues to carve a niche in the wor...   more

Video games, art, an acceptable hobby and bringing the world together


Brotherhood makes a case for the Assassin's Creed series

Consistently two years behind the curve, it's time for my annual Assassin's Creed review! PS3*/Xbox 360/PC Action/Adventure 1 (Online: 2-8) Mature (Blood, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, V...   more

Brotherhood makes a case for the Assassin's Creed series


The WiiU won’t increase market share – a stop-gap at best

This morning, Nintendo unveiled a slew of details about the WiiU, officially due out November 18th. Here’s the important stuff: There will be two versions available. The base $300 model comes wi...   more

The WiiU won’t increase market share – a stop-gap at best


Lights, Camera, Party struggles to break into a stalemate genre

From the inception of the Wiimote through the latest Kinect developments and even the in-between PlayStation Move, consoles have been plagued by shovelware – games designed to take advantage of a...   more

Lights, Camera, Party struggles to break into a stalemate genre


Papo & Yo and complicated relationships

If you haven’t heard, Papo & Yo is the story of a boy, Quico, and his large rhino-like friend, Monster. Monster likes to eat poisonous frogs that make him catch fire and become hostile to Quico. ...   more

Papo & Yo and complicated relationships


Ico and the power of video games

In Barnes and Noble, I came across “Castle in the Mist”, a novelization of the critically acclaimed Sony title “Ico”. This struck me as odd. I picked up the book and gave it a once over, and afte...   more

Ico and the power of video games


Changing the Model: Keeping AAA Afloat

There has recently been talk of the evolving landscape of video games and the future of the triple-A model. With indie studios like thatgamecompany pushing our concepts of games and price points ...   more

Changing the Model: Keeping AAA Afloat


The Tetris Effect

The first game console I ever got was a handheld – a Gameboy Color. While that puts me a bit behind many other gamers, I got off on the right foot on the software end, as my first game was the po...   more

The Tetris Effect


Dtoid Editors discuss important things: Doubling Down on Fetishes

It's like Japanese dick girls Like, you're into DRAWINGS of WOMEN WITH DICKS and the dicks are BIGGER THAN THE WOMEN Now, any ONE of those fetishes, fair enough, go for it But all three? You're...   more



The Obligatory PAX Prime CBlog

You can tell it's been too long since I posted a Community Blog as it took me ten fucking minutes to find the right page! Anyway, never mind all that bollocks because I'm trying to talk about PA...   more



Jim Sterling (that's me) interviewed on Machinima's Inside Gaming

To say I've been doing a lot of fucking talking lately is putting it mildly. Here is another interview I did, which actually happened very shortly after the fallout of the Final Fantasy XIII re...   more

Jim Sterling (that's me) interviewed on Machinima's Inside Gaming


Mr. Sterling on Original Gamer

O HAI! More shameless self promotion for you. I was recently interviewed on the Original Gamer podcast where we chatted about Destructoid, and the recent controversies that have made yours truly...   more

Mr. Sterling on Original Gamer


Your old pal Sterling on ScrewAttack's Sidescroller's podcast

HI GANG! I appeared on ScrewAttack's Sidescrollers podcast this week to discuss my editorial. I chat to Destin L and Stuttering Craig about fandom, old school games, and Sonic's legs being too ...   more



My review of all the reviews of my review of thing with the thing

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So guess what was in my closet ...

Seriously. That was in the closet in our apartment. I've been here almost a year and I did not know there was a Dreamcast just around in a closet. This is both amazing and ludicrous. I think...   more



Everything on Wikipedia is literally true

For some reason, I have a Wikipedia page. Despite the fact it has numerous issues and has been vandalized countless times, it's managed to stay up for about a year. I do not know why. Anyway, peo...   more



Why I Love Destructoid

1: Any other Web site would have fired me by now. Seriously. The amount of times my long-suffering Editor-in-Chief Nick Chester has to talk to me about the latest ruckus I've caused and the lates...   more

Why I Love Destructoid


Samit is the movies!

From the people who brought you Samitsu and Samit the Hedgehog, we now have a Hollywood blockbuster to rival the most dark and macabre horrors on Earth. I give you:   more

Samit is the movies!


First Jimpressions: Killzone 2

After much patient waiting, Killzone 2 finally arrived this afternoon and I have been spending the afternoon wallowing in its gray space fascism. We'll be bringing you a review as soon as we're a...   more

First Jimpressions: Killzone 2


10 things you might not know (and don't care to know) about Jim Stoilin'

This seems to be today's CBlog activity, and since I'm as self-interested as the rest of you, I shall join in! I don't go into a great deal of detail about my childhood, save for the occasiona...   more

10 things you might not know (and don't care to know) about Jim Stoilin'


I don't often post "hot" pictures, but this was too saucy to pass up

Hot diggity dawg!   more

I don't often post





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