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A Father's Fight: Asura's Wrath is Awesome

BURST! The right trigger glyph flashes on the screen as Asura's blazing anger reaches yet another limit break, flames licking the chrome on the thin and understated health/rage meters. I slam ...   more

A Father's Fight: Asura's Wrath is Awesome


Play My Game: Article Of Loathing

For about 20 years now, I've wanted to make games. Up until about a year ago, I hadn't made much more than a simple ascii game in PASCAL and a hand full of levels in a handful of level editor ...   more

Play My Game: Article Of Loathing


10 more things you maybe didn't know about Tubatic

Hi, you probably don't know me... you know, aside from what you . Lets catch up, eh? Or at least because of Robot Leader's dedicated hard journalisms. A guy crazy enough to jump into his ...   more



Gaming Podcasts in 2011: Worth a Listen, Worth a Loathe

As life has dealt my hand, I have been the traveler of 45 minute commute to and from work for the past 7 years. In that time, I've found a lot of time to enjoy revile several gaming podcasts. ...   more

Gaming Podcasts in 2011: Worth a Listen, Worth a Loathe


I Played Your Guy or You are not Cole Phelps

NOTE! I get a little spoilery, though I showed some restraint. Read at your own risky. Game has great performances regardless of knowing the plot points anyway... --- One of my favorite gam...   more

I Played Your Guy or You are not Cole Phelps


From a Bowl of Rice: Assassin's Creed and its Brotherhood

Looking past the way he says it, Marcellus Wallace expresses a poignant value of being the big man in charge. As a person in a position of power and leadership, Mr. Wallace can both request ...   more

From a Bowl of Rice: Assassin's Creed and its Brotherhood


Digital Depth: Jim Sterling is onto Something

For the past few weeks, Jim Sterling has taken on the Xbox Live Summer of Arcade entry for the week, and each has come in disappointing in his opinion. This has come as a surprise, as many of ...   more



Play My Game! Rubber Duck Zerocraft sees the light of day

Hello Destructoid, it feels like we haven't hung out in forever. You look well. Have you lost weight? Part of the reason I haven't been musing out like a bandit on the c-blogs lately is that ...   more



Spew out of 10: Score Scroller Serenity and a Strange Love of Words

As someone that dabbles in writing about games, I have a great respect for reviewers and feature writers. Further still, as someone that dabbles as an artist, I would want nothing more than fo...   more

Spew out of 10: Score Scroller Serenity and a Strange Love of Words


E3 Approaches: Hoping for a Way of the Samurai 4 Announcement

E3 means a lot of things to a lot of people. For most people its the announcements of new games, confirmation of rumors and reveal of details on games sure to arrive in the next two years. An...   more

E3 Approaches: Hoping for a Way of the Samurai 4 Announcement


Game and Watch Gallery - Fire (Music)

The following is a sketch I did on FL Studio and Pro Tools of this jazzy song of the classic game, although initially planned to be used as a guide for an eventual recording of the song with re...   more

Game and Watch Gallery - Fire (Music)


GameFlown: A Brief Review of Singularity (Single Player Campaign)

Money's tight, GameFly queues are long, and you don't have alot of time for games. Seriously. So this is GameFlown: Brief reviews / recommendations for the renting/used gaming enthusiast. So, ...   more

GameFlown: A Brief Review of Singularity (Single Player Campaign)


Tubativision: Video Bloggin' about Video Games

I heard this is what's hot on the streets. I refuse to be left behind on the latest gaming or blogging trends, for fear of being considered a dinosaur. If I'm ever going to over come this debil...   more

Tubativision: Video Bloggin' about Video Games


Read Quickly About Why Super Meat Boy is a Triumph

Super Meat Boy is out now for the Xbox360, and it is glorious. Never before have I played a game that does so many things right, purely, as a game.  I was considering a heady piece on h...   more

Read Quickly About Why Super Meat Boy is a Triumph


What's this Button Do? Reblogging and Button Mashing

In a more thoughtful and wordy state of mind, this is where I would blog a scathing retort to Jim Sterling's reviews, which are just dreadful right?  Amirite?! Because, as you didn&#...   more

What's this Button Do? Reblogging and Button Mashing


Keep it Complicated, Stupid

Back in my day, games were hard. Jumps would kill you. Potions would kill you. Restarts would be back at the beginning of a level. Moves were only explained in the manual and rally special mo...   more



Tubaticisms 9-12-10: The Fall of Gaming

Sometimes I'm in a room with a tuba and a trumpet player and it feels like there's that much room in the room. I need some serious game hype in my life! I end up saying so every fall in some...   more

Tubaticisms 9-12-10: The Fall of Gaming


Mass Effect 2 and the Triumph of Red/Blue Morality[Spoilers]

Lured into the den of a powerful biotic mind controller, I had made all the right moves to come this far. Answered all the right questions. Talked about music, sculpture and film and avoided ...   more

Mass Effect 2 and the Triumph of Red/Blue Morality[Spoilers]


10 Reasons That You Want to Adopt Tubatic's Avatar for Pax

Nuts to your preamble. Substance! 1. Tubatic has been FrontPaged like 30 times. Alright, like... 5? 5 sounds about right, yeah? At any rate, Tubatic has been frontpage promo'd a few times....   more



Shooter Love and The Lonely Zone

My handle is Tubatic, and I like shooters. The first time I realized it was , one of the first games I had for the Super Nintendo. I'd played others before it. Dark, tech heavy games about la...   more



Wild Speculation: Running Wild with the Mega Man Universe Announcement

has been announced!! While some Mega Man fans are a light with ideas on what it could all mean, there's still a good chunk that aren't quite getting an amazing vibe from this mysterious new t...   more



Tubaticisms 7/4/10: Americanism, Bloggerism, and RDR-WoW-ME2isms

Happy 4th of July! This day is an integral part of my timeline, and I'm glad no one's gone back and messed with it... or have they?! I didn't do much in actual celebration of the 4th of July....   more

Tubaticisms 7/4/10:  Americanism, Bloggerism, and RDR-WoW-ME2isms


Second Generation iPods are for Kittens

What's this meow about meow being for the meow rwor? Ipods are for purrs and fiskt who like to meowmeowr at pictures of fourteen years olds meowr. I work out at the meow meow everyday for six m...   more



A Different Opinion on Backbreaker

In Destructoid's recent , Samit Sarkar makes a fair and accurate review of Backbreaker as a football video game that is not Madden in a Madden dominated landscape. While he briefly lauds the g...   more



Tubaticisms 5-30-10: Girl Gamer Edition

Bwomp. This game is mad righteous. I've been enjoying the single player A BUNCH, both roaming around doing random crap and following the really well performed story. One of the things that ...   more

Tubaticisms 5-30-10: Girl Gamer Edition


ill-timed Reviews: Final Fantasy XIII

Arguably, storytelling is the protagonist in each Final Fantasy iteration, where you can count on lengthy game-play to accompany it. Unlike their predecessors and also current jRPGs, FF XIII...   more

ill-timed Reviews: Final Fantasy XIII


What Hollywood Can Learn from Mega Man

Earlier this month, a fan film was released onto the public about everyone's favorite little blue dude from the 90's: Mega Man! And, as a long time fan of movies and Mega Man, this film is an ...   more

What Hollywood Can Learn from Mega Man


Runs in the Family: My Dad, My Gamer Role Model

I'm a little early for Father's Day, but I really wanted to support the community Monthly Musing initiative !! People that met my dad when he visited my school could often tell, right away, th...   more



Tubaticisms 4-30-2010: Canabalt, Coffee, Demon's Souls and Makoto

This time, its personal. You know how all these games are coming out where your character auto runs and you're expected to jump or slide to avoid obstacles. I really like those. They're kind...   more

Tubaticisms 4-30-2010: Canabalt, Coffee, Demon's Souls and Makoto


Tubaticisms: 31 Years of Age Edition

Konnichiwa, Fitches. Lemme hum you a tune for a minute. This Monday, I celebrated turning 31 years old. Taking a moment to reflect, this is not the life I thought I would have when I thought...   more

Tubaticisms: 31 Years of Age Edition





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