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Gone Home is everything I need to be happy right now

Last week, I went home. I flew back to my hometown for American Thanksgiving, the penultimate holiday worth celebrating. Between work, school, and the time-change, I was practically operating on a 12-hour difference. I split my time between...   read

 
 
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Stardew Valley hits Xbox One and PS4 in December, Nintendo Switch at a later date

[Update: Stardew Valley is also coming to PS4 next month, on December 13, according to creator Eric Barone. Unsurprisingly, the planned Wii U port has been dropped in favor of a Nintendo Switch version. "I believe that the Switch's unique ...   read

 
 
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Our Video Game Book Holiday Gift Guide 2016

Print media about video games is on the rise again, so we had a lot of options to work with this year for a book-specific gift guide. No need to focus on just one publisher anymore. In fact, it's arguable that we have too much material to ...   read

 
 
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Hot and Steamy: Hot Asians in their underwear with sexy dwarven beards

We made it gang. Thanksgiving has come and passed, Black Friday went off without a hitch, and we all gained a little weight. Thus is life. Another constant in life until I tire of doing it is this here weekly series highlighting the potenti...   read

 
 
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(Update) Hello Games isn't done with No Man's Sky just yet

[Update: Hello Games has now released a video on its YouTube page that shows off some of the new features of No Man's Sky's Foundation Update. You can check it out at the bottom of this article. In the video for the Foundation Update, ...   read

 
 
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Axiom Verge fan speedrunning 'Metroidvania' games for charity

Shortly after Axiom Verge launched in 2015, its creator Tom Happ and his wife Chloe had Alastair, their first child. It was shortly after he was born that Tomm and Chloe were told that he suffers from a condition called Kernicterus -- the ...   read

 
 
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Kathy Rain rides again on iOS and Android, this Nov. 23

Very little surprised me in 2016, at least not in the way Kathy Rain did. It was an exceptional adventure game, a genuine 9/10, accessible for both new players and veterans alike. Even now, it's my personal GOTY. Sadly, that doesn't transl...   read

 
 
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River City Ransom: Underground has a breakdancing body-juggler

Provie, a break dancing phenomenon from the mean streets of River City, is the latest character to take the spotlight in this series of character profiles. Anyone who has watched Breakin' or its electric boogaloo sequel will recognize wher...   read

 
 
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Hot and Steamy: Uncensored nude genitals climaxing

It is that time of year in America, the time when families get together to eat food and hate each other while doing it. It's also the time of year when everyone starts their holiday shopping by standing in line for hours to buy repurposed o...   read

 
 
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Ridiculous Fishing, Undertale, Owlboy developers and more unite for a new book

A few months ago, one of our community members reached out to the Destructoid readership for help with a student project. He wanted to create a love letter to videogames, in the form of a printed collection of personal essays and critiques...   read

 
 
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Mages of Mystralia is bringing its spellcrafting to PS4 next spring

Mages of Mystralia was one of my personal favorite games at PAX West 2016, but details on its release were still vague. At the time, indie game promoter Dan Adelman couldn't officially give a platform for its release, but at the time he did...   read

 
 
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Rad Rodgers: World One has sleeper-hit potential

Rad Rodgers: World One is a game that, quite literally, came out of nowhere for me. We got a message from the publisher, 3D Realms, and I was blown away by the trailer. I wasn’t so sure the game’s humor would work, but the amoun...   read

 
 
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Birthdays The Beginning is out in March in the west

I feel like Birthdays The Beginning is not on a lot of people's radars, but it should be. The adorable looking sandbox game from the creator of Harvest Moon looks pretty great, in that you can not only impact the wildlife and the ...   read

 
 
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Furi is coming to Xbox One next month

While Furi is a hard sell given it's "boss fight only" pivot, it's pretty much made for me, having grown up on experiences like Punch Out!! on the NES. Oh, and the bullet hell angle doesn't hurt either. If you don't already own it on P...   read

 
 
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Volgarr the Viking is headed to PS4 and Vita with Cross-Buy

Volgarr the Viking is a prime example of how old-school design never stopped being fun. There are a bunch of cheaply-placed pitfalls and the difficulty curve is a lot more front-loaded than I'd like, but besting the game's obstacles is an i...   read

 
 
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This War of Mine getting a retail release and some anniversary DLC

This War of Mine utilized the medium of gaming to create a harrowing experience of dread. No one should have to live through war, but most people find it hard to understand the psychological effects such a situation can cause. It is easy to...   read

 
 
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Duke Grabowski is my kind of SCUMM

Allow me to introduce you to Duke Grabowski, mighty pirate. He's a lunkheaded, musclebound mouth-breather who used Int as his dump stat, and prefers punching to talking his way out of problems. He's also the protagonist in his own game...   read

 
 
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Introducing Hot and Steamy: Popular and upcoming Steam games

Are you feeling the AAA blues? Season passes got you down? Then look no further than Hot and Steamy, a new feature I hope to make a regular thing looking at popular and upcoming Steam games releasing each week. While I don't guarantee any o...   read

 
 
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River City Ransom: Underground is fierce upon wake up

Confused about which River City game is which? Here's a quick rundown. River City Ransom: Underground was kickstarted in 2013, and while the game is content complete, it has not yet been released. Meanwhile, River City:...   read

 
 
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Review: Super Rad Raygun

Super Rad Raygun is a game I’ve been following for a little while. I first saw it as plain old Rad Raygun at SGC 2013. It was sporting a Game Boy aesthetic and had gameplay reminiscent of Mega Man. It was a fun little title that wasn&...   read

 
 
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Firewatch adds a calming new free-roam mode

Firewatch maker Camp Santo is rolling out a new free-roam mode that lets players take in the soothing sights and sounds of the Wyoming wilderness without distractions like objectives getting in the way. For this type of game, with this type...   read

 
 
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Grab Shadow Complex for $1 in the latest Humble Bundle

Shadow Complex is often hailed as one of the best Metroidvania style games around. I never got around to playing it, due to the game being based on the works of Orson Scott Card, but the newest Humble Bundle makes it tough to say no. $1 for...   read

 
 
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Paradigm is the surrealist point-and-click adventure that I didn't know I needed

I’m going to start this preview by opening up a little; I’m going to admit that I have no nostalgic memories of point-and-click adventure gaming, nor is it a genre that I’m well-acquainted with. I grew up playing console t...   read

 
 
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Review: Exile's End

There was once a time when 2D games were the tentpole releases that companies pumped out to make the big bucks. Those days are long gone, but the sidescrollers live on and are a staple in today's landscape thanks to indie developers. The in...   read

 
 
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Nidhogg II dashes right to PS4 next year

The original Nidhogg found indie success on PC in 2014, and that success led to it being ported to Sony platforms. Developer Messhof doesn't have to prove itself the second time 'round. Nidhogg II is coming to PlayStation 4 right...   read

 
 
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Morpho

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JcDent

OK, this is the last of Tyranny stuff! The thing that brings the game down for me is lack of weight: battles and sieges look ridiculously small, the Archons are kinda small, nobody cares about spires that much, and so

 
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Who is Dere? Why do they only hang out on the front page? Seems like a pretty cool person, I could probably do an entire week of just Dere

 
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That moment when you know you picked that team up on your back and carried them to victory and despite all that the little pieces of Smeg still refused to vote you up to epic in the end

 
Seymour

So, whats the general consensus on the quality of Resident Evil 0s REmake? Im probably somewhat close to finishing REmake (reached the GIANT SPIDERS) and am having equal parts frustration and Prepping for RE7 and

 
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JohnTheSpaceNinja

Currently choosing video games over a healthy sleep

 
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Rewarded myself after a hard fought victory in Bloodborne with a blind speed run through the new area I Dodging and running through a new area blind with 10 fish people chasing me is Surprisingly found all the shortcuts back and to

 
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Saw Hacksaw Ridge, it was really intense! We were like 2 out of the 5 people in the theater lol, saw it really late but I loved it! The cinematography was excellent and holy crap the gore was in

 

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