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Review: World of Warcraft the Official Cookbook

When the opportunity came along to cover the official World of Warcraft cookbook, I jumped at it. While I don't share this fact much online, my wife and I have been cooking together on a weekly basis for over 10 years, and our German a...   read

 
 
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Review: Battlefield 1

Annual Battlefield games, much like Call of Duty, are no surprise. They give the Call of Duty series a run for its money in terms of DLC (they not only have a season pass, but a "club" system), and in any given year, they could produce a pa...   read

 
 
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Review: WWE 2K17

Look, I don't know what I expected. Whenever I talk to fellow pro wrestling fans about the WWE games, they often grimace before offering a handful of excuses. "It's not as bad as last year's" is a favorite refrain, although it rings hollow ...   read

 
 
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Review: Battlezone

Out of all the PlayStation VR launch games, none was a bigger question mark for me than Battlezone. Maybe I'm underestimating the appreciation and allegiance for this classic arcade property, but ever since hearing about Rebellion's 2016 re...   read

 
 
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Review: Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity

Usually, when we talk about fan games here on Destructoid, it means Nintendo just shut one down. But not every company is against fans using its properties to create their own games. In fact, some encourage it. Take Team Shanghai Alice. Its...   read

 
 
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Review: Skylanders Imaginators

Just when I think they're out of ideas, they pull me back in. Skylanders has been one of the most consistent series Activision has been pumping out in recent years. I mean, it has no business clearing that goal in a way, as the entire ...   read

 
 
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Review: Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel

Souls DLC is a risk by design. The core games are crafted around a multitude of different concepts bound by a cohesive theme that just comes together by the time you reach the finish line. So by adding on extra optional quests months down t...   read

 
 
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Review: Tumble VR

Calmly building a tower of blocks doesn't make for a thrilling virtual reality concept, but Tumble VR, an expansion of Supermassive's PlayStation 3 puzzler reworked for PS4 with VR in mind, has already found a place in my library. Sometimes...   read

 
 
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Review: GoNNER

Man, do I love roguelikes and these past few years we've been graced with some of the best games in the genre: Rogue Legacy, Downwell, The Binding of Isaac, and Enter the Gungeon.  Thankfully, there is room on that list for one more.   read

 
 
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Review: Pirate Pop Plus

[Update: Added the release date for the Wii U version of the game as well as notated that the game is cross-buy across Nintendo consoles.] Remember Buster Bros. (aka Pang outside of America)? It's that game where you walk back and...   read

 
 
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Review: Chase: Cold Case Investigations ~Distant Memories~

When Cing closed its doors in 2010, it was pretty devastating. It was a great developer, using Nintendo's gimmicks without distracting the player from well-written, heartfelt stories. Its best work will always be the Kyle Hyde mysteries - H...   read

 
 
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Review: Eagle Flight

Ubisoft loves the open world shtick. Loves it. It just can't help itself, and I'm imagining that during every company pitch, Yves Guillemot adds at the end of it "but yes, how can we make it open world?" Yet this time for its foray int...   read

 
 
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Review: Job Simulator

There was a period where it felt like we, collectively, might be overrun by simulator games. Not the oddly specific but still very much earnest slice-of-life ones like the Euro Truck or Farm Simulator lines -- I've got nothing against eith...   read

 
 
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Review in Progress: WWE 2K17

I started watching WWE in earnest with this year's WrestleMania. Oh sure, my friends had occasionally convinced me to watch the odd pay-per-view, but WrestleMania 32 got me invested in the product as a whole -- it was so poorly executed, ye...   read

 
 
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Review: Yomawari: Night Alone

There is only one proper way to play a horror video game, just as there is only one proper way to watch a horror movie: with the lights off. In order for horror to work, you have to invest yourself in it. You have allow yourself to be scare...   read

 
 
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Review: Rock Band Rivals

Ever since the announcement of Rock Band 4, Harmonix has held steady in its assertion that we shouldn't expect Rock Band 5 in a few years' time. Rock Band 4 is a platform now, not a sequel that's meant to lead to yet another seque...   read

 
 
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Review: Mafia III

As I played Mafia III, I found myself thinking more and more about Assassin's Creed. Not the Assassin's Creed of today -- a series overrun with options and bloat -- but the original game. The trigger for my recollection is because Mafi...   read

 
 
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Review: The Jackbox Party Pack 3

Jackbox Games has a great thing going with its Party Packs. It's way easier to get people to play a game if they already have the equipment, nearly everyone carries a smartphone around these days. I've found that it's far less intimidating ...   read

 
 
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Review: Logitech C922 Webcam

Almost everyone who streams or uses a webcam has been using the Logitech C920 for the last four years. In order to ensure relevance when newcomers like the Razer Stargazer are popping up, the company just launched the C922. I've been playin...   read

 
 
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Review: Headmaster

Weird sports games are good sports games. More often than not, that has been my experience. And Headmaster, one of the early games out for the PlayStation VR, is most certainly weird. After strapping in, you'll come to find that you're ...   read

 
 
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Review: 100ft Robot Golf

The best episode of Party Down (tied with every other episode) is “Not On Your Wife Opening Night,” in part because of its pitch-perfect community theater parody. There’s something honorable about the earnest “let&rs...   read

 
 
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Review: Battleborn: Attikus and the Thrall Rebellion

For a lot of people, Attikus and the Thrall Rebellion is going to be too little, too late. Battleborn has been plagued with issues since its launch, from poor PC performance to a rapidly decreasing base of players causing long wait times to...   read

 
 
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Review: Shadow Warrior 2

Three years ago, Flying Wild Hog brought Shadow Warrior to the present day, creating a satisfying amalgam of modern and classic first-person elements. The same things that we credit this year's Doom for doing were all accomplished...   read

 
 
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Review: Damaged Core

With all of the madness that is the launch of the PlayStation VR, I've gone back and discovered a few other projects on the Oculus that I've missed recently. One of those is the shooter Damaged Core from High Voltage Software (so ...   read

 
 
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Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward (Patch 3.4)

Finding myself overwhelmed by keeping up to date with an increasing amount of MMOs and other MMO-like games, I've been taking a break from Final Fantasy XIV for the past six months or so. I still logged in from time to time to partake ...   read

 
 
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Rudorlf

Have to work overtime because two butthurted co-workers refuses to go to work over our boss scolding them for bringing their friends that interfere with their working Thanks for the extra hours,

 
Khalid Eternal Nigh

Yknow, I feel like Love God should have been played by Jack Dont misunderstand, John DiMaggio was fantastic, as always, but it feels written for Even kind of looks like

 
Lawman

Ive gotta say, if Super Mario Maker for 3DS is a poor Super Mario Maker game, then its still one hell of a Super Mario Gonna be sad to finish up the 18 worlds, but its been a fun

 
Fuzunga

Okay guys, I got all the comments (its super stuffed this week) and some commentary, but Im too tired now to come up with anything clever for all the PSX stuff this weekend so Comments of the Week goes up tomorrow!

 
Amna Umen

Hexcells is my new Its so calming and nice to relax with at the end of the

 
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Encountered Parismio in my game of Let It Killed the shit out of Sorry Thanks for the XP though

 
BarnacleBritches

So Noct is Leo, Prompto is Mikey, Gladdy is Raph and Iggy is This isnt the TMNT game we deserve, but the one that we a TMNT action RPG would be fucking

 
Occams

Final Fantasy XV is just painfully Its been a long time since a game has made me stop and Thats when Im at my happiest both as a gamer and as a visual

 
Osc

Its almost 2 am, and I just had soda! Cool!

 
GoofierBrute

Fuck you Tapu I whittle your health down to red, paralyze your dumb ass, and still have to use thirty Ultra Balls to get And thats only after you take out my Marowak and I call out my Yeah, I mad

 

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