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Let's share our favorite Christmas gaming memories

Growing up, before I got a job that gave me enough money to buy just about any game I wanted, Christmas was one of the two or three days a year I could look forward to getting a new game. My birthdays were pretty dependable on providing me ...

 
 
 
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What is the worst game you've ever played?

Since starting this weekly feature back in January, I’ve tried to keep things positive. There is so much negativity throughout gaming that the last thing we need is another article on a somewhat popular website throwing shade and tras...

 
 
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What's the last game that scared you silly?

I used to be a pretty big scaredy cat when it came to games (not so much with films, though – the interactive side to games really had the potential to freak me out). After toughing it out for a few weeks with REmake earlier on i...

 
 
 
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No DLC has been better than Burial at Sea: Episode 2

The whole Loot Box debacle that has rolled out of the past several weeks has been interesting to watch. It's wonderful to see gamers and game journalist coming together to fight the common enemy of publishers attempting to nickel-and-dime u...

 
 
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What's wrong with the run animation in Mega Man 11?

Running walking animations are easy to take for granted. When they do their job right, they look too natural to ever grab your attention while still adding energy and personality to the character. While it may look primitive now, the origin...

 
 
 
 
 
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Christmas games that aren't Christmas games

Quite shamefully, I only saw Die Hard for the first time two years ago, in December and in a packed movie theatre. It was only then that I could fully appreciate the classic argument that rages about the film. No, not whether Hans Gruber is...

 
 
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Do you remember?: Comix Zone

When we were young teens, me and my brother laid claim to the basement. The rest of the house was neat and orderly, a pastel world of floral designs and tasteful drapes. But, the basement was ours. A savage land of hand-me-down sofas, coffe...

 
 
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You've got character: Vega (SFIV)

When it comes to competitive multiplayer games, we all have our favorite characters and classes. In this series, I'm putting some of mine under the microscope to see what makes them tick, how they fit into their games, and ultimately why I ...

 
 
 
 
 
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Video game mashups to brighten up your day

I am fond of a video game mashup or two, so I was stoked when I heard 2 Mello (the composer for 2064: Read Only Memories) was releasing a Streets of Rage mashup album this week. When it came out on Tuesday, I downloaded it right away for li...

 
 
 
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The tragic history of the videogame turkey

[From our Destructoid Golden Archives, here's a Chad Concelmo classic from this day in Dtoid, 2009] The other day I was driving down the street, when a large feather from a rusty white truck transporting turkeys blew into my Jeep window. Af...

 
 
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With Session, one studio aims to reinvent skateboarding games

For years, skateboarding thrived in the shadows. It was a sport defined by alleyways and scraped knees pioneered by punks and self-described weirdos. Before the X-Games and multimillion-dollar sponsorship deals, skateboarding was a secret r...

 
 
 
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Why we should celebrate extra options in games

Right – let me start this article by exposing my biases. Namely, one of the first games I played to the point of obsession was The Sims, and as everyone knows, The Sims is a highly modular game. Since the very beginning, the Sims seri...

 
 
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Do Japanese games actually have a shot at The Game Awards?

For most of the games announced yesterday, the 2017 Game Awards have been a long time coming. From the moment The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild hit the Switch, we knew it was a contender. Same goes for Super Mario Odyssey and the...

 
 
 




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Full Metal Furies"No, it's not furries"

 

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition"Is it enough for you to come back?"

 

Mom Hid My Game!"This game falls under the category of 'goes places'"

 

Dreadnought"Legend of Galactic "

 

The Commuter"The Commuter, reviewed by an actual New York commuter"

 

Attentat 1942"A miniature museum at home"

 
 
 

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Dwavenhobble

In town the other day I ran into people I went to school I recognised them I doubt they recognised A I walked past them I heard them say Hey Ive got some money in now lets go to Game and buy more Sharks Cards for All is

 
Marcel Hoang

So what is the community’s thoughts? Is G related to Q? SFV takes place before SFIII, so all signs (including leaked costumes), say yes, G is some sort of proto-Q

 
KingofPangea

No one else can deny the fact that Sage Grouse should be renamed Scrotum Birds, right?

 
Flegma

Labo reminded me of this:

 
CaptainDustTree

I love Beerus in FighterZ, but I feel like he doesn’t work with how they set it Using the orbs is awesome, but the dash goes straight through them so using it is a nice way to tell your opponent to punch you in the

 
Bush Dog

These Nintendo Labo memes in Qtoid really made my day

 
Greenhornet214

This would be even funnier if someone would tell me what a vita is

 
Salador

Happy Birthday to Wes, who literally manages this community of degenerates, and to Larx, who Im proud to call a fellow

 
medicamecanica

People told me for DBFZ good counter for super dashes is down and Is that after you block or is good timing necessary?

 
Dwavenhobble

Nintendo exec So we have a Scalper problem, shall we see if we can literally get scalpers to buy easily mass produced pieces of carboard? Other Nintendo exec Lets do

 
 

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