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Modding the DualShock 4

I love the DualShock 4. Seriously, it's my favorite controller that I've ever used, and I've used pretty much anything you could name to me, plus a countless number of third-party offerings. In m...   more

Modding the DualShock 4


Five more things about pedrovay2003

Ooh, it's been a while since we've done one of these, hasn't it? Well, we've all had life updates, I'm sure, so let's get to it! (I'm only doing five, since I've done one or two of these in the...   more



Here's stuff what I have been doing a bit - the daring sequel

F92_NPBYoS0 One of the last things I was some dumb video gaming content I've done for a Student Television Station. Here is some more of that. There'd be more, but I'd like to graduate (and get...   more

Here's stuff what I have been doing a bit - the daring sequel


PSA: FlingSmash with Wii Remote Plus $14.97 at Kmart

I guess the guys at Kmart don't know that the Wii Remote is compatible with the Wii U, because they're currently getting rid of all their copies of -- which comes with a black Wii Remote Plus ...   more

PSA: FlingSmash with Wii Remote Plus $14.97 at Kmart


Every Steam developer/publisher needs to live up to Monaco

I bought during a recent They've actually gone out of their way to let people know that the game can indeed be run without Steam if desired. This is something that I don't think ANY other dev...   more

Every Steam developer/publisher needs to live up to Monaco


PSA: Sonics 1 and 2 Remastered on sale for 0.99 each

SEGA is having a mobile sale right now, and two of the games I think everyone needs to buy are (Android ). Yes, the Genesis games. But these versions have been completely remastered, adding fu...   more

PSA: Sonics 1 and 2 Remastered on sale for 0.99 each


A short tribute to The Super Mario Bros. Super Show

In 2009, the gaming world lost Captain Lou Albano, the wrestler-turned-actor who played Mario in . It was really sad for me in particular, because I had met Albano a few times when I lived in N...   more



A Practical Guide to the Gamer Genocide

Now, let us purge on. You've successfully elevated yourself to a position of power through persecution of those damnable video gamers, and your Minister for Ironic Justice has presented you wit...   more



Here's a Video thing what I have been doing a bit

m-1bjJFs22U Anybody who knows me well enough or is unfortunate to follow me on Twitter may have noticed I've been doing a lot of Student Media outside of my course. Because it's ridiculous fun a...   more



Humble PSA: Batman: Arkham Asylum and Scribblenauts Unlimited are DRM-free

This isn't going to be a long blog, but I wanted to let people know of my excitement anyway. Two of the Humble Bundle's games right now are DRM-free, even though they need to be downloaded thro...   more

Humble PSA: Batman: Arkham Asylum and Scribblenauts Unlimited  are DRM-free


PSA: Outlast is now available DRM-free

I've been holding off on since it's release, because it was only available through Steam. Well, that's no longer the case, as , A.K.A. the why-isn't-this-website-the-digital-distribution-stand...   more

PSA: Outlast is now available DRM-free


Steam on Mac is the way to go

For those of you who have read anything I've posted to Destructoid, you'll know that the title of this blog is completely out of character for me. I can't stand Apple, and I'm constantly talkin...   more

Steam on Mac is the way to go


The Technology and Processes behind Seventh Generation Motion Control Systems

The most recently concluded generation of home game consoles was notable for the onset of motion controls, such that by the end of it each of the three main competitors had one for their syst...   more

The Technology and Processes behind Seventh Generation Motion Control Systems


Gaming with Tarvu

I don't often find the time, bandwidth, computational resources or microsoft subscription fees to play online with folks much these days, but there was a time when I'd run the European part of ...   more



Microsoft's DRM reversal is the biggest victory for consumers in recent memory.

I've said -- more than once -- that one of the main differences between PC gamers and console gamers is that console gamers won't take the same restrictive shit that PC gamers seem to so often ...   more

Microsoft's DRM reversal is the biggest victory for consumers in recent memory.


Sony knocked it out of the friggin' park (Shortblog)

It's appropriate that Sony's conference was after Microsoft's, because it seems like EVERYTHING they said and did was tailored specifically to counter everything Microsoft said to piss its for...   more

Sony knocked it out of the friggin' park (Shortblog)


COINCIDENCE?

I'm just drunk enough to post this shit   more

COINCIDENCE?


My Xbox One Thoughts

It's called the Xbox One. ONE, not Three. It looks like a VCR that will blind you if you look at it too long. It forces you to pay for a Kinect, something nobody wanted in the first place. It ...   more

My Xbox One Thoughts


Bioshock Infinite: No Such Thing as a Perfect Game

: Just like with any other Bioshock Infinite piece actually worth your time, I cover story details. If you give even half a damn about the game, don't read this until you've completed it. That's ...   more

Bioshock Infinite: No Such Thing as a Perfect Game


My Excitement for the Ouya is Through the Roof

I have a confession to make: As much as I love new technology, I couldn't give any less of a crap about having the latest smartphone. is the phone I've had for the last five years, and I love ...   more

My Excitement for the Ouya is Through the Roof


Tarviews: Unsurprising, Undepicted, and it wasn't even the Wii U this time!

Yesterday, as every extant video game journalism outlet will have let you known, Sony revealed the PS4. This shocked nobody, with even mainstream news reporting that it was exactly what they w...   more

Tarviews: Unsurprising, Undepicted, and it wasn't even the Wii U this time!


Okay, okay... PS4 impressions

So, Sony's big PS4 blowout is finally finished, and I've got to say, I've never really felt more lukewarm toward a console release in my life. I don't know if I'm just losing interesting in gam...   more

Okay, okay... PS4 impressions


My Personal Trek into the New Generation

The Wii U marked the beginning of a new console generation of video games, with Microsoft and Sony's offerings soon to follow. This past generation gave us some great games, but it left kind of...   more

My Personal Trek into the New Generation


The Evolution of Dead Space: Why Going from Horror to Action is the Natural Path

I want to go on the record here and say that I absolutely LOVE horror. I never used to; It was the movie, of all things, that got me hooked on the genre. The series was my first foray into ...   more

The Evolution of Dead Space: Why Going from Horror to Action is the Natural Path


Welcome back to 2007! Comparing the 360 and PS3 one last time

When multiple new consoles are released in the same general window of time, people can't help but make comparisons. Hell, people compare consoles to other consoles even if there are YEARS betw...   more

Welcome back to 2007! Comparing the 360 and PS3 one last time


Government Petition to Ban Region Locking (Shortblog)

It looks like a bunch of American citizens are trying to get the attention of the U.S. government, hoping to have them ban the use of region locking in a bunch of different forms of electroni...   more

Government Petition to Ban Region Locking (Shortblog)


An anniversary tribute to Phantasy Star Online

Every once in a while, a video game is released that changes both the way we play and the way the industry works. (N64), (N64) and (every platform ever) are all great examples of games that ...   more

An anniversary tribute to Phantasy Star Online


My personal 'Games I love that are generally overlooked'-list for 2012

So, hello there! Long time no see, I know. I've been quite busy, thanks to my new job as a full-time journalist. Still, I need to blog from time to time, and as it's the end of the year, I guess ...   more

My personal 'Games I love that are generally overlooked'-list for 2012


Seeing the Big Picture through Steam

That was a horrible joke, and I'm ashamed of myself. I'm not primarily a PC gamer. For reasons that I won't deviate to here (and probably because I've made them well-known around here, anyway)...   more

Seeing the Big Picture through Steam


Guild Wars World/LORE! Primer for GW2

Hey there! If you're like me, you often hesitate entering a game franchise on a sequel. Depending on the type of game, I usually want to start at the beginning and work my way through. I'm secret...   more

Guild Wars World/LORE! Primer for GW2





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