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Review: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Personally, I never ended up buying a Wii U. My original plan was to wait for Breath of the Wild to release on the system before nabbing one. But by the time that was drawing near, the Switch was announced and right around the corner. Howev...

 
 
 
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Delightful puzzle game GNOG comes to PC and Mac

KO_OP's puzzlebox game GNOG reminded me of playing with Mighty Max toys as a kid. After making the rounds on PlayStation 4 and iOS, the super-polished puzzler is now available on PC and Mac. This is best played in virtual reality, so if you...

 
 
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Review: Danger Zone 2

A little over a year ago, Three Fields Entertainment graced us with a sort of reboot of the Burnout series by a different name. Danger Zone, as it was called, focused on the Crash mode from Criterion’s heyday and it was a pretty damn ...

 
 
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Review: The Spectrum Retreat

The Spectrum Retreat is a puzzling game. It's a puzzle game, sure, and that means solutions are the great reward. But there's an overarching story that's slowly unraveled, and answering its mystery is the greatest reward. The problem i...

 
 
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The Gardens Between is another one for my Switch list

My Switch sure is filling up with cool indies. The Gardens Between, "a story about friendship, childhood and growing up," is a time-rewinding puzzle adventure with beautiful diorama-like islands. The game was slated for just PC and PlayStat...

 
 
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Review: Grab the Bottle

For the most part I pick games that are either striking in some way or another or just flat-out goofy looking when I decide to write about them. For reviews, I get to be even more picky as the "good" games are gobbled up by tenured staff, l...

 
 
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Review: Lumines Remastered

I was a late bloomer when it came to Lumines. Unbeknownst to me I skipped over that whole step and moved on to Q Entertainment's next hit -- Meteos. So when everything came full circle years later, I was ready to embrace its greatness. Afte...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido

Evil flexing muscle men, anime talking cats, a narrative framed around a great sushi war: I was in no way prepared to experience Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido on a purely spiritual level. The rest of it is hit or miss mechanically,...

 
 
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PyroMind is a frantic puzzle game about defusing bombs

No more than ten seconds into my first round of PyroMind, I knew I was hooked. It's a simple but filling action-puzzler in which you strategically move across tiles, defusing bombs to score points and stay alive. New bombs regularly appear,...

 
 
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PSA: Peggle is free on Origin again

I haven't thought about Origin in a while, but I think of Peggle often. It's such a timeless classic, and I can hear the celebratory anthem of Ode to Joy and the little "bump" sound effects in my head. If you have no idea what I'm...

 
 
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Marvel Puzzle Quest: Developer Q & A

This week, Destructoid is sponsored by Marvel Puzzle Quest. We sat down with Josh Austin, Marvel Puzzle Quest’s senior producer at D3 Go!, to answer our burning questions!Dtoid: So what’s the deal with Marvel Puzzle Quest? Isn&r...

 
 
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Review: Agatha Knife

Most games present a problem and offer up a set of tools as a means to solve said issues. More often than not, it involves weapons or fisticuffs or some other form of good, old-fashioned violence to make everything go away. I think this is ...

 
 
 
 
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Capcom is already shutting down Puzzle Fighter

Hey, remember Capcom's recent Puzzle Fighter mobile game? Well, if you're one of the lucky few who do, I've got great news: As of July 31, you can officially forget about it! Less than five months since its worldwide launch, Capcom has anno...

 
 
 
 




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The Lion's Song"A mighty roar"

 

Tanzia"A modern PS2 game"

 

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Mothergunship"Can't wait for Dadpunchplane"

 

Danger Zone 2"Still no Kenny Loggins"

 

Octopath Traveler"Eight heroes are better than one?"

 

All-Star Fruit Racing"Oh, I see how it is. Have the gay guy review a game about fruit."

 

Pocket Rumble"Simply difficult"

 
 
 

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A pal recently got a whole bunch of extra FFTCG cards, so he sent them over to Not even sure if Ill ever play though, Im just thinking of maybe collecting the Has anyone else here ever done that, collect TCGs mostly for the cards/art?

 
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lordxmugen

I played some MTGA Made myself a control deck because OF COURSE only I am allowed to have fun in a card But that doesnt mean I should be alone in my love of control! In the comments below are beta invites for 5 lucky persons! Enjoy!

 
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I feel like it was a missed opportunity to not have Amon Amarth do the soundtrack to God of War

 
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New TMNT in September and a new Dragonball movie in put the knife down, Angie!)

 
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I have never seen a single episode of Samurai Pizza Cats, nor do I find its art particularly And yet I will be buying this book simply because it exists, and that is truly

 
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Edit: pic didnt post so said getting around to reading Name of the Only 150 pages through so far, but damn Patrick rothfuss is a fine Might need to get around to playing the new Torment game since hes on the writing

 
 

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