The Daily Hotness: Do the Dtoid Dance!

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On this fine President’s Day, Jim offered his opinion on the recent BioWare controversies, Jonathan Ross got to check out Guild Wars 2, the 3DS sales are setting records and so many more exciting things happened on 2/20/2012.

Destructoid Original:
Namco looks to revitalize ‘dormant’ IPs using webcomics
BioWare writer’s vagina versus the Internet
A President’s Day message from Emperor Gestahl
Live show: Multiplayer Monday on Mash Tactics

Community:
Bloggers Wanted: Endings
Community blogs of 2/20
Forum thread of the day: Musing for the Day

Contests:
Win an Army Corps of Hell electric guitar or ukuleles!

Reviews:
Review: Alan Wake’s American Nightmare
Review: Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen
Review: Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus
Review: ZiGGURAT

Previews:
Guild Wars 2 isn’t like any MMO you’ve played before

News:
Skylanders toys sell for ludicrous prices on eBay
Pokemon rip-off appears on the App Store
Rare no more: Digital Devil Saga series coming to PSN
Valve: ‘If we have to sell hardware we will’
Of course: Call of Duty coming to PlayStation Vita
Vita games: Buy 2 get 1 free at some retailers
Amnesia, Dear Esther devs might do A Machine for Pigs
Ninja Gaiden 3 will have a dual voice option
Alan Wake PC recoups costs within 48 hours
3DS sells 5 million in Japan, breaks records
Seaman for 3DS is happening, reports Nikkei
Nintendo to offer rare Shiny Larvitar at VGC
It’s Obama vs. Romney in new Dungeon Defenders DLC
Kingdom Hearts 3D 10th Anniversary Box innards revealed

Offbeat:
Jimquisition: Ubisoft
Skyward Sword art is OH MY GAWD HIS EYES ARE GLORIOUS

Media:
Retro City Rampage out in May, also on PSN, Vita, and PC
Kid Icarus: Uprising trailer showcases ‘Sacred Treasures’
Kate Upton demonstrates MLB 2K12 pitching to MLB stars
Orion: Dino Beatdown sounds silly but looks promising
Get your groovy ass on the Rhythm Heaven Fever webpage
First-person puzzle game FRACT returns with a new name

Brett Zeidler