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GaymerX brings out the worst in the Dtoid community

The articles that Destructoid has run recently about have made me kind of sad and worried about the current community. The themselves are great, mind you. The staff is clearly welcoming of pe...   more



The hunt for the missing NES game

Something really cool happened this week, and while it might not be the most exciting story to some, it was still very exciting for me. So, growing up, my family had several gaming consoles that...   more

The hunt for the missing NES game


bbain's 2013 gaming awards

Hello, everyone! There have been so many Best of 2013 blogs already (which is awesome!), and I'd like to throw my own list into the mix, even though it's a little late. I also thought I'd add a f...   more



PAX Avatar Adoption: Please adopt me!

Every year at PAX, Dtoiders from around the world hang out and play video games together. It's a wonderful experience, but not every Dtoider is able to make it out and join in on the fun. This is...   more



Growing up with a PlayStation

With the PlayStation 4 on the horizon, Sony's consoles are on everyone's minds lately. The recent Twitter hashtag, #playstationmemories, got me thinking about my own time spent with the consoles....   more



bbain's Top 10 of 2012!

2012 was a pretty great year for gaming, if I may so so. I didn't get around to playing everything I wanted, but the games I did play this year were all fantastic! I hope 2013 can keep up this tr...   more



Comments of the Week: C-Blog Jaffa Cannon Edition

This week, I've done a bit of a switcheroo: All of the comments this week come from the Destructoid Community Blogs: The bastion of gamings most enamoured, brimming with zeal and purpose and gr...   more



PK493's Phenomenal PAX Adventure!

This year was the first time and I got to go to PAX! Unfortunately, only PK's avatar could make it this year, but he had a lot of fun at the convention nonetheless! My own PAX adventure will com...   more



Comments of the Week: Ode to a Folding Chair Edition

Now, on to the comments! I've been taking a look at the early story that's been coming out of Kojima HQ and Stealth's in luck. The story mainly involve...   more



Comments of the Week: Lovingly Restored Edition

This week I have been setting out remastering classic titles from the past for the modern generation, with their love of anti-aliasing and blooming lensflare. I'm sure you will agree that thes...   more



Comments of the Week: Evolution of a Comment Edition

(brought to you by the Campaign to Render Assholes Palatable) No doubt you may have noticed that Comments of the Week is becoming a regular feature again. You may also noticed that I have the...   more



Comments of the Week: Blow-By-Blow Comment Commentary Edition

Welcome folks to another fun-packed intense season of worldwide commentary comment-off! We have already had some crowd-wincing action as the competitors have been struggling into their leotard...   more



Comments of the week: Merrie Olde Gaye Edition

Oh hey guys! How've you been? Oh yes I've been pretty busy now. Just lost my job though, so as I've now got a bit more free time on my hands I thought I'd catch up on some gaming news and... ...   more



The answers to the Destructoid Retrolympics!

Hey, everyone! If you havenít taken the Retrolympics quiz on the front page of Destructoid, stop reading this right now. I mean, you can read a further ... but stop before you get to the part ...   more



Finite Lives Episode 1: Assassins Creed III

For my first foray in what the big boys would call a "satirical audio piece", I've concocted a hard-hitting interview series titled "Finite Lives." In the show I interview a series of (totally...   more

Finite Lives Episode 1: Assassins Creed III


Choose Your Own E3 Adventure 2: Exposition Harder

The fierce midday sun tears into the unwary traveller to the City of Angels, and holds no pity on you as you limp to the corner of West 12th and St Figueroa. The crowd outside the Los Angeles C...   more



The "two hour" experience (short blog)

For a game to be successful it must respect the playerís time. As I get older Iím finding it increasingly difficult to invest my time in video games. Iím not a busy man, no, in fact I sometimes...   more



War Story 4: Modern Warshooter (Part II)

[ was still cooler than a frozen cucumber on a cold day in winter, blew up a dog as well as a couple holes in an alley wall, had a face sodden with paint. With a whizz and a splash, we sl...   more



10 Things about ďSean DaisyĒ? Nice name, jerkoff!

Let's not tickle your balls here. You know the format by now, so let's get bloody started! Some of you may be wondering, ďWho is this young upstart, masquerading as a member of staff? Stwike ...   more



10 things you didn't know about bbain

Today, while updating the archives for the Cblog Recaps, I came across from a few years ago. I wasn't really around Destructoid when these "10 things you didn't know about me" blogs were a thing...   more



War Story 4: Modern Warshooter (Part I)

The Chinnok S-class Superfly Special is equipped to carry 4 wisecracking patriotic troops, ammunition, a sweet minigun that doesnít run out of ammo and a hot, atmospheric dubstep soundtrack...   more



Browser Games: (Don't) Give Up, Robot!

is a relatively well-known name in the indie game world, having created the series and worked with Tom Sennett to make (both of which star characters that made special guest appearances in )...   more

Browser Games: (Don't) Give Up, Robot!


What Is Gameplay?

What is gameplay? Debates about this very word have caused controversy in the last couple of years in the gaming community. More often than not the attacks have been aimed at games that proclaim ...   more



A quick and simple understanding of El Shaddai

Growing up I was never religious. While my mother is a devout Christian, she never once forced her beliefs on me. Because of this, I grew to be a bit sympathetic towards religion. I don't believe...   more



Fuite

I slide, glide, and glitch into your life. Why do you love me, if Iím so imperfect? My identity is typical Ė shield, sword, hammer, spells. I talk to you, repeating sameness until you leave. The...   more

Fuite


Diary of a Breton: journey to Solitude (part 2)

Iím starting to believe Iím the only one who has changed. Itís simple, but an unpleasant feeling. But I must finally realize that I am subject to these sudden transformations. Nothing new has h...   more

Diary of a Breton: journey to Solitude (part 2)


Diary of a Breton: journey to Solitude (part 1)

Awake. I started my journey in the forest, not far from some nameless town. Itís nameless because I didnít bother to remember it! The town itself, let me admit, is ugly. It had a strange smell....   more

Diary of a Breton: journey to Solitude  (part 1)


Rayman is best in two dimensions

I was first introduced to Rayman during the late '90s. I'd asked for a PlayStation for Christmas one year, and in addition to getting the two games that I asked for (Spyro the Dragon and Tomb Rai...   more



Helpless (short blog)

I was 16-years-old at the time. It was about 11 PM. Both my parents were working and didnít come home until midnight. My older brother was out attending a party, and I had the place all to myself...   more



Are you afraid of the dark?

Two years ago I decided to read by Marquis De Sade. I only made it halfway through the book before I decided not to finish it - the book was simply too disturbing to read. I thought I can handl...   more






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