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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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Also Puyo Puyo eSports will be released in the States by Guess I dont necessarily have to import it

 
Tohsaka

Youve let out what can no longer be put back

 
Tohsaka

Thats another one maxed and then put Funny how I took all that time to get all of her moves and I end up using the one she starts with for an HP

 
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Ikaruga is on sale, so I preordered a Flipgrip, the logic checks out

 
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In the market for a Gundam shirt (guess who doesnt own Trying to find a simple one, but then stumbled upon this

 
CitizenOfVerona

In the mood for a JRPG/Japanese action I tend to like mine a bit out there (FFVII-X, Kingdom Preferably for Already played Nier Automata and Gravity Suggestions?

 
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Inquisitive Ravenclaw

I finished Spider-Man and it was great! It was the best interactive Spidey movie Next Im thinking of getting BlazBlue Should I be cheap and get the base game for $35, or shell out for the version with the mountain of DLC for $49?

 
 

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