The Daily Hotness: Epic Eggroll

Yeah, so I’m pretty sure that every Tuesday on The Daily Hotness will always be dedicated to the guys at EpicMealTime. This Epic Eggroll isn’t as insane as their other meals, but it’s still worth to watch.

In other news, the first episode of The Destructoid Show went up with Max Scoville as the host. Did you enjoy Max’s giant headness? Additionally, Jim told us of some really cool iPhone games you should get, we reviewed Lost in Shadow and Raskulls and Monster Tale looks pretty rad.

Destructoid Originals:
Destructoid: Happy New Year from the show!
BritToid #6: Keep calm and jump on the bandwagon
Ten iPhone games you really should play
Destructoid Live: DC Universe playthrough plus giveaway!

Forum of the day: Raskulls
Community blogs of 1/4/10

Contest: Win a Sumo Lounge beanbag chair of your choice!
Nab a DC Universe Online beta code right now!

Review: Lost in Shadow
Not-review: Raskulls

Preview: Monster Tale

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