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May 21 // Kyle MacGregor

Lost Dimension finds Europe on August 28

Lancarse's Lost Dimension is coming to Europe on August 28, NIS America announced today. The tactical role-playing game debuted on PlayStation 3 and Vita in Japan last year and is on its way to North America on July 28, ...
May 21 // Kyle MacGregor

EA reboots Need for Speed with 'immersive narrative'

EA just announced the new Need for Speed, which is being touted as "a full reboot" for the series. Need for Speed: Rivals developer Ghost Games is behind the wheel again, and aims to deliver "what the fans want, and what Nee...
May 20 // Kyle MacGregor

You can now eat fried Pikachu in South Korea

This one goes out to all the depraved kids that used to pull wings off houseflies, you know, the ones who took delight in burning ants with magnifying glasses and kicked puppies, too, probably. Or maybe just the ones that gna...
May 20 // Kyle MacGregor

Namco's Pac-Man 35th anniversary celebration is just sad

On this day in 1980, Pac-Man debuted in Japanese arcades. Now, publisher Bandai Namco has decided to celebrate the arcade classic's 35th anniversary in the most depressing way possible. The company has passed along a note ann...
May 19 // Kyle MacGregor

Sega slaps Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX with a delay

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will not be launching next week, as was originally the plan. The Nintendo 3DS rhythm game has been delayed until September 8 in North America and September 11 for Europe, Sega just announced alo...
May 19 // Kyle MacGregor

Koei announces Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII

Koei Tecmo is all about that grand strategy right now, revealing a new Romance of the Three Kingdoms game following yesterday's announcement that the latest Nobunaga's Ambition is coming west in September. Romance of the Thre...
May 19 // Kyle MacGregor

Shin Megami Tensei: Lucifer’s Call now available on PSN

More than a year after coming to PlayStation Network in North America, Shin Megami Tensei : Lucifer’s Call -- Nocturne, if you're nasty -- is now available on European shores. If you can withstand its soul-cru...
May 18 // Kyle MacGregor

Nobunaga's Ambition coming west this September

Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence is coming west, Koei Tecmo announced today. Originally released in December 2013 as Nobunaga no Yabō: Sozou, this is the latest entry in Koei Tecmo's long-running grand strat...
May 17 // Kyle MacGregor

Atelier studio's new JRPG looks dark and wonderful

Koei Tecmo subsidiary Gust is best known for its work on Atelier, a series of role-playing games with an express focus on alchemy and crafting, but the studio's latest creation appears to be something else entirely. It's call...
May 16 // Kyle MacGregor

Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed strikes Steam May 26

Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed is taking a bite out of Windows PC on May 26, XSEED has announced. The beat-'em-up takes place in Tokyo's "geek mecca," Akihabara, which is under attack by vampiric monsters that prey on t...
May 14 // Kyle MacGregor

Konami plans to focus on mobile games from now on

To the surprise of absolutely no one, making console games is no longer Konami's priority. Moving forward, Konami plans to turn its attention to the mobile space, new company CEO Hideki Hayakawa recently told Nikkei Tren...
May 14 // Kyle MacGregor

You can now watch Twitch on your Roku box

Twitch is one step closer to world domination and enslaving all mankind, as the Amazon subsidiary has now wrapped its tendrils around streaming media platform Roku. "The Twitch community has been asking for a Roku channel for...
May 13 // Kyle MacGregor

Life is Strange Episode 3 uncovers secrets on May 19

Dontnod's next installment of Life is Strange launches May 19, Square Enix announced today. The third entry is titled Chaos Theory and sees "Max & Chloe ramp up their investigation to find out what exactly is going on at ...
May 12 // Kyle MacGregor

Dragon Quest VIII is coming to Nintendo 3DS

Good lord, am I excited. Also, scared. Dragon Quest VIII is coming to Nintendo 3DS, which is potentially the best news ever or a harbinger of the apocalypse. You know, depending on whether Square Enix intends to localize the ...
May 12 // Kyle MacGregor

Ubisoft: Assassin's Creed: Syndicate coming October 23

After months of leaks and speculation, Ubisoft has finally unveiled the next entry in its annualized cash cow. As expected, it's called Assassin's Creed: Syndicate and takes place in Victorian London. It seems Ubisoft has tak...
May 12 // Kyle MacGregor

His body is (nearly) ready

It looks like Reggie "Sweet Meats" Fils-Aime is gearing up for E3. Stay tuned. Nintendo of America [Twitter]
May 12 // Kyle MacGregor

GungHo: Dreamcast RPG Grandia II coming to Steam

Grandia II is on its way back to PC with a Steam release, GungHo Online just announced. A remastered version of classic Dreamcast role-playing game is in the cards, complete with shiny new HD visuals, keyboard and gamepad sup...
May 12 // Kyle MacGregor

Castlevania successor tops $1 million in under 24 hours

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the newly announced project from Castlevania veteran Koji Igarashi, has pulled in more than $1.3 million on Kickstarter since its unveiling yesterday. In doing so, it's proved (contrary to w...
May 11 // Kyle MacGregor

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years out now on PC

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years is now available on PC, and good lord does it look bad. The sequel to the 1991 classic picks up nearly two decades after the its predecessor ends, treading old ground with familiar chara...
May 11 // Kyle MacGregor

Level-5 is terminating Wonder Flick in September

Wonder Flick R will shut down on September 14, Level-5 just announced. Following the mobile RPG's reveal in 2013, Level-5 had some trouble getting the project off the ground. Unfortunately, the studio never managed to make go...
May 10 // Kyle MacGregor

Sega axing various mobile games due to quality concerns

Sega will soon remove a number of its games from mobile marketplaces, the company announced. The company wouldn't say which games will be disappearing or how many, just that a number of them will be pulled from the Google Pla...
May 10 // Kyle MacGregor

Podtoid 294: Croatian Vacation

This week's installment of Podtoid, Destructoid's fast food podcast, is here and ready to captivate your soul. In addition to your weekly update on all things Taco Bell, the cast (Steven, Brett, Laura, and Kyle) discuss Proje...
May 07 // Kyle MacGregor

Japan's most popular indie series arrives in the West

The Japanese indie sensation Touhou has been around for nearly two decades. Since debuting in 1996, the series has transformed from a collection of obscure shoot-'em-ups into a cultural phenomenon, spawning a myriad of deriva...
May 06 // Kyle MacGregor

Koei's Ar Nosurge resonates on PS Vita this July

Gust's Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star is on its way to PlayStation Vita this July. The role-playing game originally debuted on PlayStation 3 late last year, but as anyone familiar with the developer might expect,...
May 06 // Kyle MacGregor

The Misadventures of Tron Bonne out now on PSN

Good news, everyone! Just as we anticipated, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne is indeed coming to PlayStation Network. In fact, it's already arrived! Instead of spending a small fortune on a PS1 copy, you can now get the Mega Man Legends spinoff on PS3, Vita, or PSP just $6. The Misadventures of Tron Bonne [PlayStation Store -- Thanks, Patrick]
May 06 // Kyle MacGregor

More Touhou is coming to PlayStation 4

Touhou seems to be everywhere these days. The series is making its western debut tomorrow. A demo for the next mainline entry isn't too far behind. And even some of the fan-made games are on their way to PlayStation 4. The cu...
May 06 // Kyle MacGregor

Podtoid 293: Konami is bad

The latest episode of Podtoid, Destructoid's videogame news podcast, here and ready to assault your face. This time, Brett, Steven, and yours truly chat about what an absolute trainwreck Konami has become, Silent Hills, other...
May 04 // Kyle MacGregor

Final Fantasy creator promises new RPG, has no ideas for it

After eclipsing the 2 million download mark with its new mobile RPG Terra Battle, Mistwalker was supposed to begin work on a console game based on the same world and characters. Thing is, that hasn't happened yet. T...
May 04 // Kyle MacGregor

Nintendo finally acknowledges its amiibo problem

Nintendo is owning up to the piss-poor state of affairs surrounding its amiibo figures. Today, the company issued an apology to fans, expressing remorse for any frustration its perpetually understocked and mismanaged toy...
May 04 // Kyle MacGregor

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 is now better than ever

If you've ever wanted to experience Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 or wondered what happened to its colorful cast of demon tamers after the credits rolled, now is the time. Atlus is about to unleash Record Breaker, a new version of the 2012 tactical role-playing game that not only improves the title, but expands upon it with a new arc that advances the story.






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