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The best and worst games of 2013: May Returns

May was largely a quiet month for new game releases. Despite what felt like a slower schedule, especially coming off of a rather absurd April, here on Destructoid we did have a pair of 10s with the portable Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D an...

 
 
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The best and worst games of 2013: Hyperdimension April

This review recap is brought to you by Daft Punk's Alive 2007, which fueled the incessant copying and pasting efforts needed to put one of these together. I don't feel like I've blinked since I started working on this, but it's worth it! Ap...

 
 
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The best and worst games of 2013: Infinite March

What a month! Now that March is well behind us (and we remembered to take a look back to ponder), I feel confident in saying that between BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider, and yet another Gears of War, we are well into this year of bi...

 
 
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The best and worst games of 2013: February Rising

Our monthly reviews recap continues on from the series return last month. January was packed full of great games, to the point of sensory overload. Thankfully February didn't have as many new titles, giving us a chance to catch up. That sai...

 
 
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The best and worst games of 2013: January May Cry

I'm not sure what it's like from the outside looking in, but as someone who's directly involved with covering games and has to be thinking about them on a daily basis, January was one hell of an action-packed month. We kicked the year off p...

 
 
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Dtoid (the show): Pirates Lego, dragons, Wii and Mega Man

Man, I screwed up pretty badly in this episode. That normally makes me miserable. Yet, I still can't help but love today's edition of Destructoid. I think it's the dance party bit. When I look back on the creation of show from my deathbed,...

 
 
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Review Round-Up: The games of September

Did September fly by for anyone else? It was here and then it was frickin' gone. Despite the fact that the month flew by a plethora of games came out in almost every category imaginable. I think we're warming up for that holiday season roll...

 
 
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Review Round-Up: The Games of August

Sweet crap, is it September already? What the hell happened to all those months between January and now? There are a billion games I still need to play and as it turns out August didn't help my back pile situation any. Plenty of awesome lan...

 
 
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Review Round-Up: The games of July

While copy-and-pasting this together I attempted to figure out what the "theme" of this month was so I could write about it up here. But July just sort of was. There were good games and bad games. There were definitely some stellar hits and...

 
 
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Review Round-Up: The games of June

Wooooo. What a busy, busy month for reviews. We had so many reviews that you could barely keep a hold of yourself, I'm sure. Reviews coming out of our ass at rates unseen by a review sh*tting ass before. Reviews from all directions ever. ...

 
 
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Review Round-Up: The games of May

May kind of snuck up on us, but man was it a kick-ass month for gaming. We reviewed a bunch of great games, and had a few surprises (a few failures too). There were so many great reviews you could have read throughout the month and tons of ...

 
 
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Review Round-Up: The games of April

As far as releases go April seems to be the month where 2010 finally starts to slow down a little. While we had some big releases like Super Street Fighter IV and Splinter Cell: Conviction the month was pretty much lacking in AAA releases c...

 
 
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Reviews Round-up: The games of March

Damn. I am not a game release historian, but I bet there hasn't been a March full of this many quality games in a long, long time. I'm sure someone will take the time to go back and check every March since the dawn of gaming, but without do...

 
 
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Review Recap: February 2010

(Review Recap is a monthly feature that recaps all of Destructoid's reviews for a month. It's meant to be a way to give you quick access to our opinions on all the latest games.) So... we reviewed some games last month. While not quite as j...

 
 
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Review recap: January 2010

Hi! Welcome to Destructoid. Did you know that we review games? We do it every month with all the major games. Sometimes people get angry at us for our opinions, and other times people agree. We see it as a way to let you know our honest opi...

 
 




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