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Review: SeaFall

As we move forward in board gaming's current golden age, new games are coming out at an incredible pace. Even so, many provide only new dressing on existing ideas. Once in a while, something comes along that feels so new and different, it i...

 
 
 
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Destiny 2 has some big plans for 2018

While The Dawning was running over the past few weeks, Bungie was mostly on vacation and communication has been fairly dark. It broke the silence today with a huge blog post touching on its plans for Destiny 2 in 2018. In an attempt to be l...

 
 
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Review: Tiny Metal

It's been almost ten years since the last Advance Wars game (and nearly fifteen since the last really good one). Since Nintendo has all but abandoned the series in favor of its other turn-based tactics series Fire Emblem, it's now up to a f...

 
 
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Review: Embers of Mirrim

Embers of Mirrim is all about a griffin-like creature that can split into two halves, light and dark. It's a fitting metaphor for the gameplay found within: though it has one central mechanic, it explores that idea in a lot of different way...

 
 
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Destiny 2 is getting a free comic written by Ryan North

There aren't a whole lot of names in comics that will get me to turn my head, but Ryan North is one of them. He's been making Dinosaur Comics for almost fifteen years, he's released a few Choose Your Own Adventure-style Shakespeare retellin...

 
 
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Robit Riddle is a kid's gateway into role-playing

Tabletop role-playing has survived all these years, through the advent of video games and the resurgence of board games starting in the 1990s. One reason it's still around is that it provides an experience those other media don't. It gives ...

 
 
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Root has cute animals and a vicious revolutionary uprising

Asymmetry in board games is a tricky thing. Do it wrong, and asymmetry can lead to imbalance, which can lead to flipped tables and scattered pieces, or at the very least a muttering of "I'll never play that again."  So most games that ...

 
 
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In Superhot: The Card Game, cards only move when you do

Superhot was slick as heck last year. The stark red-on-white low-poly models were one part of that, but the real draw was its unique "time only moves when you do" mechanic, allowing for careful planning and some Matrix-esque bullet-dodging....

 
 
 
 
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We've got some three-day PAX Unplugged passes to give away

The first ever PAX Unplugged is starting in just one week! It's nice to see a PAX that didn't sell out immediately. In fact, all but the Saturday tickets are still available on the show's website. But you know what? You, dear loyal Destruct...

 
 
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Review: Super Beat Sports

Beat Sports came and went with few people even having a chance to play it. When it released, it was considered one of the better games on Apple TV, a platform that isn't exactly famous for its games. The Nintendo Switch is giving the rhythm...

 
 
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Review: Lichtspeer

Sometimes it feels like I've done it all. I've been a military man, I've been a wizard, I've been a space traveler, I've been a space wizard. Then something like Lichtspeer comes along with its own unique aesthetic and reminds me how many d...

 
 
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Bungie explains what a season is in Destiny 2

Ever since the day Destiny 2 launched, there have been hints of seasonal content here and there. Scrolling to the clan tab shows off your current clan rank, as well as the associated rewards for the current season. Bungie is at Twitchcon th...

 
 
 
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Review: Golf Story

My expectations were a bit skewed going into Golf Story. I heard "golf role-playing game" and painted a picture in my mind of a grand, sweeping, save-the-world story in which problems are resolved (for some reason) with clubs and balls rath...

 
 
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It's the end of an era for Podtoid

This episode marks the end of an era. Steven Hansen, host of Podtoid for the past year or so, is leaving Destructoid. Podtoid will go into remission for a bit, until it springs up again when you least expect it. On this episode, Steven Hans...

 
 
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Review: Kingdom: New Lands

Kingdom takes strategy and distills it down to its simplest systems. There's one currency to keep track of, it's either going out to expand and upgrade capability, or it's coming in from workers and exploration. The original game had one go...

 
 
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Ears up, Guardian: it's a special Destiny 2 Podtoid episode

Bungie's loved/hated shared world shooter series just saw its second full release with Destiny 2. How'd it turn out? Jordan Devore, Darren Nakamura, and Ray Porreca gathered around the broken fountain on The Farm to talk about luminous engr...

 
 
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Dragon Quest Builders coming to Switch next spring

Holy cow, Switch is getting a good chunk of Japanese role-playing games. There's that Octopath thing that's largely unknown, but then there's also the more familiar Dragon Quest Builders too. Announced during the Nintendo Direct, it's not f...

 
 
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Minecraft is coming to New 3DS today

Do you want Minecraft on the go, but for whatever reason have ignored the Pocket Edition on phones, tablets, or PlayStation Vita? Well, you can get it on New 3DS (and New 2DS) now, starting today. It won't be available for regular ol' 3DS s...

 
 
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Podtoid 380: Killing time and blowin' mimes

PAX West 2017 just finished, and we've got some tales to tell of our time up there. Steven Hansen, Brett Makedonski, and Darren Nakamura talk a little bit about the best and worst of PAX West, including hanging out with Taco Bell PR and sta...

 
 
 
 




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GoofierBrute

So the VA for Pyra and Mythra, Skye Bennett, did a pretty nice interview with ArchTalko about how she got her start, the process of recording the dialogue, Slight spoiler warning since there are clips from later parts of the game

 
Parismio

I played God of War for nearly 7hrs straight Ugh, its so good! And for real, Im glad this game is a lot more classier so far than previous entries cause since im older and mature, I grew to despise that bro-vibe they gave

 
Dr Mel

Oh dang, Bill Gates couldnt even get his own name without a bunch of junk numbers on his own email

 
PLANET P1SS 69

With your unkempt singular brow and crowded mouth full of teeth like rows of jagged With your café au lait skin asking to be enjoyed with a side of death Your greatness knows no Anthony Davis, I love

 
LaTerry

I can now confirm that Dad of War will qualify for the Band of Bloggers, in case someone who is already playing it wants to

 
Fuzunga

Dont talk to me or my son ever

 
Michformer

Gutted to hear that Verne Troyer passed away earlier His performance as Mini-Me in the Austin Powers flicks will always remain peerless no matter how hard the test of time RIP (1969 -

 
Bass

I went to my first MTG prerelease since high-school with the little bro We kicked relative butt and took relative names! We both finished 3 wins 2 losses, winning the smallest prize of two boosters

 
TheLimoMaker

I just reached THAT part of God of Best thing about this game is that there are several THAT parts dished out over the course of the

 
TysonOfTime

Picked up my cardboard today, and didnt even see an opportunuty to impulse by the GoW PS4, which I very well may have Might not be able to hold out much

 
 

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