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Summa vs. The Loop: Version 3.0

As you can probably tell by our updated banner above, I will be representing Destructoid tonight on G4's Attack of the Show. We filmed the segment last night (I battled massive traffic to get there) and the show will air tonight. What d...


How MMOs get made

If you were ever curious as to how MMOs keep popping up every three months, then here's a real glimpse into just how it all goes down. Keep in mind, this is real hidden camera stuff that only, up until now, industry insiders got to se...


Summa vs The Loop: Version 2.0

OK guys and gals, here's my second go 'round on The Loop on G4's Attack of the Show. I hope I didn't look like too much of an idiot, but here you go. Quick observation notes: the AOTS studio is huge; Kevin Pereira is th...


Summa ready to blaze The Loop; tonight I battle Kotaku on G4

Tonight, Destructoid makes yet another appearance on G4 and Attack of the Show as I take my second turn at being on their Loop segment. This time, I'll be debating handheld gaming and such -- think PSP sucks and everything else rules. ...


Gamejew: from Parappa to X-Play

Destructoid's theme song singer Jonathan Mann has put together a video chronicle of his life's work, covering his work with G4, a 3-year-story that culminated in writing the X-Play Musical. You can hear all the songs the gaming song...


Debating the PS3's worth

Booty-touching Kevin Pereira and Attack of the Show held a mini-debate last night on The Loop to discuss the PlayStation 3's status among the ranks. Before you say, "Oh, but I'm tired of this debate," just hang on a s...


Pirate man Crecente and Columbine RPG boy debate controversy

Fellow video game celebrablogger Brian Crecente (you know, that pirate dude from Kotaku) was recently on The Loop on Attack of the Show to talk about the controversy surrounding the Columbine RPG with Kevin P. and the game's creator...


Summa takes a spin on The Loop

I warned you and now here it is, just in case you missed it. I had a blast being on and can't wait to join those guys again. By the way, Kevin loved our "behind the scenes" video. Hope I didn't disappoint you guys and ga...


Olivia Munn does Playboy

Cue the cock tease music. G4TV Attack of the Show's Olivia Munn is Playboy's Babe of the Month for February, and before you get your lube out, she does not appear naked in the magazine. Olivia's Playboy photo shoot had her ...


Fellow gaming bloggers stink up AOTS

Though we may be in competition with Kotaku and Joystiq, they are, afterall, our blogging brethren. So, whenever either gets some "major" network love, we feel compelled to spread the news. And with that, you too can now watch a...


The Wiitard safety video

Before you pick up that Wiimote, then abruptly call a lawyer, perhaps you should watch the video above first. The kind folks at G4's Attack of the Show were nice enough to put together a little safety training vid for all those poten...


The history of video game breasts

[This video feature from G4 was our most viewed story in 2006. I wonder why? -Niero] Thought provoking and crotch stirring, G4TV's crew explores gaming's fascination with mammaries over years of polygonal percolation. Two things that surpr...


G4 shares in the robot love

Perhaps you saw it, perhaps you didn't. But, just in case, we got a major shout out tonight on Attack of the Show. Our new favorite show of all time! Clearly those guys and gals know talent when they see it. Next up, 60 Minutes does a...


ZOMG Destructoid on Attack of the Show!

So while I'm in the kitchen peeling potatoes I get a call from Parrothead Ben that Destructoid is going to be featured tonight on Attack of the Show!  They have a hardcore gamer feature in their episode on the tailend and they'...


Take a PS3 launch party tour

Here's a quick walkthrough of the Sony PlayStation 3 launch event in NYC. You'll get to see Sony fanboys, cupcakes, G4 personalities, and the actual bags stuffed with PS3s that you'll never get.


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Barry Kelly

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