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Where are they now? Ex-Destructoid editors in the biz

As some of you may have heard by now, Dale North (our editor in chief from 2010-2014) will be moving on to sunnier, though less 'toidy skies. You can read that announcement here. It's no secret that Dale and I have definitely punched each ...

 
 
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Penny Arcade Report on ad-blocking, breasticles

[Minor update: I moved my CPM real-world stats from the comments to the post so that its more visible] Whether you're an aspiring writer, an established games critic, or a hopeful webmaster building your first gaming site it would behoove y...

 
 
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GameLaunched.com is live, crowdfunding games worldwide

[Disclosure: I'm a volunteer on their advisory panel, along with some other familiar faces you may know.] The floodgates have opened at GameLaunched.com, a new crowdfunding company focused on the games industry with international appea...

 
 
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Half of Destructoid's readers block our ads. Now what?

[Webmaster Dojo is a column where I share my experiences running Destructoid, one of the last sites not owned by a media conglomerate or venture capital velociraptor. I'll sling exotic coffee bean water to keep servers on.] Relax. We're sti...

 
 
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Webmaster Dojo: Run your own gaming site presentation

Hit it. I'd like to send a thanks to everyone that attended my little gaming workshop at PAX.  I honestly thought a few dozen people were going to show up, so to find a near-full theater waiting for the presentation was very moving.&nb...

 
 
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Webmaster Dojo: I bought ads, so I pick the reviewer

As Destructoid's resident publisher one of my primary duties is to protect that fine line that separates church and state: advertising from editorial. Throughout the years I've been very fortunate to work with a variety of professional thir...

 
 




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house4lyfe

Paladone Playstation I happened to stop in a Gamestop today when I saw these on the Decided to pick them up and place them atop of my game It looks really nice! Can be powered via batteries or Lights can stay lit or

 
Gummypuss

I don’t know if Chapter 6 Act 3 of the Seal the Deal dlc is flat out either the funniest or the most disgustingly offensive scenario I’ve seen and played in a videogame but it’s deinitely the most memorable level in hit for all the wrong

 
Dr Mel

Been sayin it for

 
Inquisitive Ravenclaw

In more positive news, look who I saw on my way CHARIZARD USED ROLLOUT!

 
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My PC was definitely due for a cleaning Afterward I popped my old GTX 760 4GB in to see how its held Still runs stuff like FH4 & Gears 4 & Arkham Knight better than the base One/PS4! (But only because its the 4GB variant vs

 
Inquisitive Ravenclaw

Today at work was one of those Murphys Law days where nothing went right and I just left feeling This song often comes to mind on such

 
Flanx

Jade from Dragon Quest XI is just the most cutest thing Ive seen all week and Im trying to concentrate but my brain is efihgfiwefhipewhfpweiohfpiwehrfipwehfpiwhepifhwepifhwepif

 
Neronium

Welp I have my car Now if only I had my car as that wont be done till Friday Apparently it WAS the crank-shaft

 
 

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