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What's YOUR most anticipated game of 2013?

[Update: Poll closed! Winner announced tomorrow!] Earlier today, the Destructoid staff made our choices for most wanted games of 2013. Now it's time for you to share YOUR favorites! Hit the jump to cast your votes, and be sure to let us kno...

 
 
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The winner of Destructoid's community choice award 2012

For the past week we've tasked you, the Destructoid community, with choosing your favorite videogame of 2012. After nearly 5,000 votes cast, we're ready to declare the winner! The five games you see in the header were the top voted games of...

 
 
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Vote and tell us your favorite videogame of 2012

[Update: Voting closed! Winner announced shortly!] It's that time of the year again! From now until next Thursday, we're asking you in the Dtoid community to sound off on your favorite games of 2012! Below is just a sampling of the hundreds...

 
 
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Review: Cave Story (3DS eShop)

For those of you who have lost count, this is the third time that I've reviewed Cave Story, and the second time I've reviewed it on the 3DS platform. That may sound like a lot, but I've actually been slacking. This eShop-specific version of...

 
 
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Jetpack Joyride finally out on Android, and it's free!

Android owners can finally play one of the most enjoyable mobile games ever with the arrival of Halfbrick's Jetpack Joyride. Best of all, it's free! You can download the game either through Google Play or the Amazon App Store. You really h...

 
 
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Review: Thirty Flights of Loving

You won't get very far on your escapades through the Internet without someone complaining about how much "games these days do nothing but hold your hand." This phrase is most often used when referring to gameplay, but the same can easily be...

 
 
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Review: Astro A50

It doesn't take much to really improve the gaming experience. Better seating, better lighting, better company, etc. are sometimes all it takes to go from an utterly insufferable trek through your simulated world of choice to a mag...

 
 
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Review: Ratchet and Clank Collection

For a while there, the 3D platformer was lost on Sony’s platform but then Insomniac found it. And, somehow, the Spyro guys made it better than the genre ever was on the PlayStation. Along with Naughty Dog and Sucker Punch, Insomniac...

 
 
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Review: Super Hexagon

Super Hexagon is a game that makes your eyeballs feel like they're being forcibly twisted against your will while still in their sockets. It is a game that makes your brain feel like it's being torn up and stitched back together by a drunke...

 
 
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Destructoid's PAX Prime 2012 Community Choice Winner!

On Friday we asked you in the community to vote for your favorite games of PAX Prime 2012. After four fun-filled days of ballot-casting and only a few thousand hanging chads, the results are in! And the winner is...

 
 
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Vote in Dtoid's PAX Prime 2012 Community Choice Awards!

It's that time of the year again! PAX Prime 2012 is now in full swing, which means it's your turn to let your voice be heard and tell us what your favorite game of the show is! All weekend long we'll be bringing you news from the ...

 
 
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Your guide to Guild Wars 2

With the Guild Wars 2 headstart beginning tomorrow, many of you will be playing the game for the first time. Some of you may still be on the fence about whether to purchase it or not (hint: you should). If you haven't played in any of the b...

 
 
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Review: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

In 1999, I crawled out of Counter-Strike’s wretched vagina to become the man I am today. And, now, I’m tasked with rating the game. How does one even rate his mother? In sixth grade, I would wake up for school at 5:30 AM, but ...

 
 
 
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gamescom: Destructoid Community Choice Award

[Voting will be closing at midnight tonight, so get your vote in if you haven't already!] Meine Damen und Herren, gamescom ist hier. (Or something, my German is a little off these days.) But yes, gamescom is well underway! And you all know ...

 
 
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Review: Darksiders II

Every now and then, a game comes along that seems to have the right stuff -- it's got an unforgettable visual style, a quality studio, a respectable marketing budget, and the kind of gameplay that should go over damn well with a crowd. Ever...

 
 
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Review: Spelunky (XBLA)

Derek Yu's Spelunky made a name for itself as a freeware release years ago. Adapting concepts from roguelikes such as randomized levels and permanent death (lots and lots of permanent death), it uses a familiar 2D platformer base to offer g...

 
 
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Review: Origin EON 11-S

As I'm sure everyone who is familiar with my previous work on Destructoid is already well aware, I have a thing for portable electronics and laptops in particular. Last week, I was able to put Origin's new 11-inch "netbook" through its pace...

 
 
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Destructoid's E3 2012 Community Choice Award winnner!

After a week of debating and vote-casting, we're ready to unveil your pick for Destructoid's E3 2012 Community Choice Award! There were a ton of amazing games showcased this year, comprised of IP both new and old, but only one can be c...

 
 
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Destructoid Community Choice Award for E3 2012!

[Update: The poll closes Sunday at midnight, so vote now if you haven't already!] It's that time of the year again! With the Big Three press conferences all behind us and the hype train now charging down the track at full steam, it's time t...

 
 
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Review: Awesomenauts

Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) titles have seen an enormous surge in popularity in recent years, and for good reason, but to date they've been restricted to the PC. These highly skill-based, competitive games offer the joy of killin...

 
 
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Review: Legend of Grimrock

Ladies and gentlemen, we are in the company of a grid-based, first-person dungeon crawler in the year 2012. No, you are not dreaming. You've just been presented with Legend of Grimrock from the folks over at Almost Human. Whether this bring...

 
 
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Review: Sine Mora

What I’m concerned with is the aristocracy of the mind. It is our obligation to select -- through our experiences, knowledge, and heart -- what is eternal and what is worthless. [...] But if I don’t represent this ideology, ...

 
 
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Review: ZiGGURAT

I hate iPhone games, but I like them in theory. As things stand, the iPhone is the breeding ground for a new generation of game designers, lazier than any that has come before it. One that uses unnecessary leveling mechanics, generative...

 
 
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Review: Lumines: Electronic Symphony

If Lumines was your drug on the PSP, know that it's been refined and made stronger. This is the hard sh*t, folks. You're in danger of totally crashing and burning with Lumines: Electronic Symphony on the Vita. This is the worst for tho...

 
 




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Brazen Head

How the hell do I add tags to my Destructoid blogs?

 
Punished Nietzsche

Final interview for the job im applying is im getting pretty nervous now, i just hope to do well and show em my If i got the job, i could finally afford a Switch or PS4 :D

 
JcDent

lol Brexit

 
Rasori

The way I see it, it wont truly be next gen until NPCs can finally sleep in beds with blankets over the top of them like normal

 
ThisIsMyBoomstick

My geeky purchases for the

 
MetalDeer

Has anyone actually been able to transfer Pokemon from their Pokemon Go account to Lets Go? Ive tried 2 different phones and my tablet, nothing will pair with the

 
Dennis Carden

Well, I spent a hell of a lot of time chain catching Pikachus to max out all of my Raichus candy At this point, its stats are stupid enough to make it an unstoppable god of One problem: I dont have enough gym badges for it

 
Parismio

Dang my sides hurt from Shes definitely her fathers kid:

 
JcDent

NOOT NOOT the rich!

 
 

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