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Review: Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash

From the very moment I began at the title screen, this game would echo questions through my mind. I'd question the mental construct of "life or hometown"? The dilemma of who is “best girl” and if love can truly bloom on the wet-...

 
 
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Video Review: Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

Rise and shine, indeed. I did a lot of that over the weekend, almost at noon each day since this game kept me up until 6:00am at one point (as I didn't want to stop playing until the trial had ended, and some of these last over four hours)....

 
 
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Video Review: Destiny 2

A little over a month ago I stumbled my way through the front door of Destructoid, knocking things over as I went, writing about video game news, with an original goal to write various tips and guides on current games. But then instead I en...

 
 
 
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Review: Fishing Planet

As someone who spent an embarrassing amount of time fishing in Final Fantasy XV, fishing games and fishing mini-games within other games have always been a guilty pleasure of mine. For context, I've been fishing my whole life and grew up on...

 
 
 

Well, my first video feature for Destructoid just went up!



 
 
 
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Desert map for PUBG will be 8x8 km in size

In an interview with Eurogamer at this year's Gamescom, the player that isn't known (Brendan Greene) himself confirmed that the size of the upcoming desert map will be 8x8 km in size. The map was originally announced to be 4x4 km in size, f...

 
 
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GTA Online adds battle royale mode in latest update

It seems Rockstar Games have caught wind of the success of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and added their own take on it in the form of “Motor Wars” in the latest "Smuggler's Run" update for Grand Theft Auto Online (which is avai...

 
 
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Keep rollin', rollin', rollin', in Super Mario Odyssey

Move in, now move out, hands up, now hands down, back up, back up, the Mario Odyssey Japanese twitter account tells you what you're gonna do now -- in Odyssey this October. Spoiler warning: It involves rollin' baby.

 
 
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Fire Emblem anime hits the rumor mill

With the recent release of Fire Emblem Heroes on mobile devices, Lucina from Fire Emblem: Awakening will be included in the game and was updated with a new design and new artwork. But it turns out a potential teaser was included within her ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

In the end though, I accept this fate.


 
 
 

Maybe the pursuit of video game journalism was a mistake.


 
 
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Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back set to release this October

Everyone's favorite gaming icon and bobcat named Bubsy is finally returning with a new game (with over 100 new one-liners, no less) set to release October 31, 2017 on PlayStation 4, Steam, and GOG. The game will also be receiving a deluxe a...

 
 
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Techland announces their next game, God's Trigger

Developer Techland (primarily known as the developers behind Dying Light and the original Dead Island) have announced their next game in the form of God's Trigger. According to Techland, the game will be a “bloodbath of apocalyptic pr...

 
 
 
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Shenmue III has found a publisher through Deep Silver

Since Shenmue III's announcement back at E3 2015, glimpses of the game have been somewhat few and far between and the status of the game itself shows it's clearly still deep in development (the last major update on the project was a delay t...

 
 
 
 
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Kamiya says NieR and its director saved Platinum Games

It's no doubt by now that NieR: Automata was a success, both critically and surprisingly enough -- even financially. Our own Chris Carter said NieR: Automata was the best Platinum game since Bayonetta 2. It even caught Square Enix themselve...

 
 
 

I'm replaying Sonic the Hedgehog 2 right now on 3DS to shake the rust off for Sonic Mania, these guys are the stuff of nightmares.


 
 


About Dan Roemerone of us since 4:38 PM on 08.30.2014

Dan Roemer unironically likes pop-punk, collects old gaming magazines, and writes about video games. He's been enjoying and dabbling in Destructoid content since 2014.

His life goals are pretty damn simple as of late: Have a complete Offspring vinyl and CD collection, film a documentary, work in games journalism as a full time career, and live in SF eventually. (Maybe not that simple).


He also makes video reviews and other videos in general with friends about video games as a side hobby, check out the Infinite Backlog YouTube channel for these said things:
https://www.youtube.com/user/CynicalBastardsPlay

Disclosure: I support NoClip, Mega64, and Alanah Pearce on Patreon. I've also backed Shenmue 3 on Kickstarter.
 
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