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Review: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

You could deliver brawlers to me by the truckload on a weekly basis. They're like comfort food: both a reminder of a bygone era when they filled the arcades and my living room with joy. As I continue to harp on the importance of game preser...

 
 
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These Joy-Con look nice enough but they're a hard sell

Nintendo has another batch of Joy-Con colors on the way. Starting October 4, Switch players can stand out in the crowd with two new controller sets: blue/neon yellow, and neon purple/neon orange. I can't lie: I'm digging that neon orange J...

 
 
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Pokemon Go's trainer battles are getting an overhaul

The fairly underwhelming PvP mechanics of Pokemon Go are set to receive an overhaul today. In a new update from Niantic's support account, a short trailer detailing some of the updates to Go's "Trainer Battles" was pushed out and it seems ...

 
 
 
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One very good Pokemon Funko and one very bad Pokemon Funko

Would you like the good news first or the bad news first? People always pick bad news, right? Get it out of the way and go out on a high note? Okay, here goes: Funko is at it again. The toy manufacturer that makes its nut by drowning the wo...

 
 
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Review: Super Mario Maker 2

Super Mario Maker is one of those console defining games. On the Wii U, it represented one of the best uses of the system's tablet controller and offered players a chance to show off their level design skills in the one way Nintendo wo...

 
 
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Review: Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders is one of the only games on the market that arguably does Minecraft better than Minecraft. It took the open-world, craft-em-up gameplay of the possibly best-selling game of all time and gave it all meaning, a...

 
 
 
 
 
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Nintendo insists the Switch Lite isn't killing off the 3DS

Nintendo is really sticking to its guns. At E3 less than a month ago, Nintendo maintained that the 3DS is a platform it'd keep supporting, citing a continued consumer demand as the reason it's not yet dead. With this morning's reveal of the...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers

I've been putting Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers through its paces, but now that I've completed the new campaign and have toiled away at the current endgame, it's time to really weigh in. The short version? It brings it.

 
 
 
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Review: Samurai Shodown

Fighting games had mostly died off before Capcom resurrected the genre with Street Fighter IV in 2008. While there were plenty of niche titles to fill the void in between, nothing had grabbed the public's attention like what Capcom's reviva...

 
 
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Destructoid's E3 2019 Game of the Show is...

Now that E3 2019 is fully in the rear-view mirror and we've had time to rest up and reflect on what we saw at the show, it's come to this: naming a winner. Destructoid's E3 crew settled on a list of a dozen very different video games. Some ...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Judgment

Watching a little old niche series like Yakuza rise to stardom was a wild thing to witness. Playing those silly games in my living room while Sega waffled on whether or not to localize them was a markedly different time: now it would b...

 
 
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Review: My Friend Pedro

My Friend Pedro is a ballistic game of skill, timing, reflexes, and, surprisingly, efficient time management. This new title from Swedish indie outfit DeadToast Entertainment falls under the highly-replayable score-attack genre, of which p...

 
 
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Review: Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

Bloodstained will probably live forever in the memory of those who backed it on Kickstarter. It was part of the "actually creators can rebuke publishers and do their own thing" era of the crowdfunding platform, alongside of projects like Mi...

 
 
 




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TheLimoMaker

That Marvel slate looks Shan Chi (that casting is fantastic), Black Widow, Doctor Strange (At the Mountains of Madness reference will always get me hyped) and Blade (Mahershala Ali is the man) are definitely the

 
Kerrik52

XV keeps on rollin! This episode was great for setting up some stuff for the rest of the season, but what I really loved were the small touches in it that people have been wanting for years to #SymphogearSunday

 
Plissken

That’s cruel, I’m sure you are having fun you sexy bastard <3

 
Tricerapops

The offline version of Dtoid loads a 09/11/2018 build of the The Spiderman PS4 review is prominently featured on the The Twin Towers were removed from the 2001 Spiderman Occams was Spiderman was behind

 
Riff Raff

Wrote a personal gaming update If you are insanely bored and really have absolutely nothing to do, maybe give it a read :)

 
Fivefinger Delta

Gaj, is that you?

 
ThisIsMyBoomstick

Cleaning our my shed and I found this:

 
Alex Heat

Watch your ankles

 
Electric Reaper

I have now viewed 3 isekai manga/anime series where the protagonist brings creates a version of their more advanced tech in the less technologically advanced world they appear

 
TheIntern

Okay, I feel a little better

 
 

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