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BroForce is going to blow you away, Literally

Hey guys, I've been playing a really kick ass game non stop, wanna know what game it is? That is right ladies and gentleman. "BroForce" comes from indie developer Free Lives out of Cape Town, South Africa What is BroForce you ask? "Exp...

 
 
 

Superhero Spectacular Part 6: Prototype

I've dreaded this blogpost ever since I weren't able to complete Prototype, the gaming gods really didn't want me to complete this blogseries, and man was I frustrated. As I've said earlier, my computer froze several times during gameplay s...

 
 
 
 

Superhero Spectacular Part 5: Intermission

It's been a while since I posted anything (with the exception of the Festival of Blood review that I posted a few minutes ago), and that's something that I really didn't want to happen as I am fairly dedicated to the experimental blogging e...

 
 
 
 

Superhero Spectacular Part 3: InFamous 2 Review

This is part 3 of my Superhero Spectacular, If you want to go back and read the whole thing from the beginning, you can do so here. How do you follow up a game that did almost everything right? Well you make another game that almost does...

 
 
 

Superhero Spectacular Part 2: InFamous Review

This is Part 2 of my Superhero Spectacular, If you want to go back and read the first part, You can do so here When I first heard about Infamous for the PS3, I really wished I owned a PS3. This also happened to be the case with most PS3 ...

 
 
 

Superhero Spectacular Part 1: Introduction

It's been a while since my last post, but I can justify it with three things: I've been playing The Last of Us, I've been working, and I'm a father. So that about sums up my absence. None of these things got in the way of me following E3 t...

 
 
 

My take on the Xbox One reveal

Disclaimer: I didn't take the time to proofread this blogpost as well as I usually do and when I wrote it I really just wanted to get my thoughts down on paper so it really isn't as structured as I normally would want it but please, bear wi...

 
 
 

Review: Heavenly Sword

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about the troubles I were having with reviewing Heavenly Sword, The response I got was great and now, a few days after I finished it, I'm ready to write the review that I promised Heavenly Sword was on...

 
 
 

Reviewing an older game

I'm sort of in a conundrum. As I've said in earlier blog posts, I bought a PS3 about a year and a half ago, and I'm trying to work my way through the back catalog I have on the system. Having traversed all of the Uncharted games, finished S...

 
 
 

PS Vita: A place Indie devs can call home

I own a PS Vita, and as much as I love the damn thing, there's no hiding the fact that post launch support have been lacking. There aren't nearly enough games to capture a wide audience, and the handheld itself is stuck somewhere between ...

 
 
 
 

Single player Experiences: Why they need to stay

The CEO of Crytek sat down for an interview with IGN where he discussed The Many Faces of Free to Play In the interview, Yerli expressed his feelings toward "disconnected single player game experiences": "I think the notion of a single-pl...

 
 
 
 
 

Why we need the Star Developers

Over the last few days, I've been thinking about something: How many people can name the key people of developers like Treyarch, People Can Fly, 343 Industries or Arkane Studios, without looking them up on Wikipedia These developers weren'...

 
 
 

We had a baby

I'll admit, this post will stray off the beaten path of my usual posts, whom primarily revolve around games and gaming culture,but it's worth it because this is the blogpost where I announce to the Destructioid community the birth of my son...

 
 
 

Summing up 2012: My top 10 games of 2012

Well another year has passed and yet again we are faced with creating out top 10 lists of games that were released in the passing year. I will warn you though, this list is subject to change in the future, because I haven't had time to play...

 
 
 

2012: Catching up with an old friend

2012 had been a quite year for me gaming wise, Don't get me wrong, I don't think I've ever spent this much time in front of my TV and computer screen, but that's more related to the fact that I had so many games from last year to catch up o...

 
 
 

Games as Art

This blogpost will revolve around the fantastic experience that is Journey, A video game created by ThatGameCompany. If you are tired of reading about this extraordinary piece of art, Back button is usually placed somewhere around the upper...

 
 
 

Hitman Absolution Review

Right off the bat, I'm going to let you know where I'm coming from with this review, And heads up there might be some *spoilers* I've played every single Hitman game since the release of Hitman: Codename 47 back in 2000, and Hitman Blood...

 
 
 

GTA: Vice City Retrospect

I LOVE Vice City, There I said it. Might as well end this blog-post right now. But for those of you who ask why, I'll try to make that clear as we go along. This game came out in 2002, which happens to be 10 years ago as I am writing thi...

 
 
 

My Second Blog

The hardest blogpost is definetly the second. How do you follow up on the intro post about who you are and what you care about. Well more stuff I care about I guess. So I started a blogpost about how Blizzard let down their strategy fans b...

 
 
 

About AndyLonnone of us since 12:45 PM on 04.07.2012

Well this is akward, I guess you want me to tell everyone something about myself, Where to begin, I'm from Norway, where I work as an Electrician, And I have a well established gaming addiction that started early on, As I've grown up it's probably the one hobby that has been constant, I started with a Windows 3,1 computer with games like Wolfenstein 3D and Prince of Persia, moved over to Sega Mega Drive (a console I still have and play to this day) and so on and so forth.

Today I own all three of the home consoles on the market, and a high end computer, I try to play just as much on all four, but as the current generation has stalled too long, I often than not find myself playing most games on the PC with a Xbox Controller.

In my blog I'll write abit about everything that I find interesting in the industry today, So I hope you enjoy.