The Daily Hotness: Face to Face with Weird Al Yankovic

Weird Al has a new “talk” show on the Nerdist Channel on YouTube. It’s essentially a continuation of those fake interviews he conducted back in the day, in which he would re-edit existing footage of a celebrity interview and insert his own questions. It’s strange, uncomfortable, and so very Al. Plus, he totally rips on Michael Cera big time.

Today, Podtoid is back to business, Jayson Napolitano scores us some sweet samples from the Diablo III soundtrack, Jim gets on Sega’s bad side once again with his Sonic 4: Episode 2 review, BioShock Infinite says goodbye to 2012, and the Japanese have their own brunette version of Juliet Starling.

Destructoid Original:
Podtoid 201: I Don’t Want To Mutilate
Destructoid versus Machinima post-game recap!
Exclusive: Meet Diablo III’s sound team, samples included
Live show: Minecraft 360 giveaway on Mash Tactics
The Network Roundup: There’s something on your face
Join the Destructoid Crew in the Rockstar Social Club!
The DTOID Show: Dead Space 3, Torchlight 2, & Bioshock

Community blogs of 5/9
Forum thread of the day: Show me your gaming set up

Win a copy of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier right meow

Review: Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2

BioShock Infinite delayed to 2013
Dead Space 3 allegedly features co-op (yawn)
Alien Hominid played 20 million times on Newgrounds
Play the Wolfenstein 3D 20th anniversary browser game
Inside Xbox UK has been terminated
Analyst indicates Elder Scrolls MMO may go free to play
Pre-order The Amazing Spider-Man to play as Stan Lee
One developer gets super creative on the 3DS
More Persona 4 gear than you can shake a stick at
Spec Ops: The Line playable demo is up now, it’s awesome
Inafune’s Soul Sacrifice for Vita looks rather disturbing
Mass Effect 3 PS3 players get prior multiplayer awards

Namco celebrating Dig Dug’s 30th anniversary with comics

New trailer for Hell Yeah! shows more gameplay
Lollipop Chainsaw’s Juliet is turning Japanese
It’ll take all of us to kill this boss in Dragon’s Dogma
Insomniac’s first Facebook game is like Pokemon in space

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