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Review: Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

You got chocolate in my peanut butter! You got peanut butter in my chocolate! Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are great. Personally, my favorite part is the edge, as long as you still get a little bit of peanut butter along with it. It is sort of annoying though when you peel off the wrapper and it takes a good chunk of chocolate with it, though. Show More Summary

AI construct 'Master Control' walks through a turn of Civilization: Beyond Earth in this PAX video

Steven got to play Civilization: Beyond Earth with the help of an "actual scienceman" not long ago, but the 2K and Firaxis still brought something new to show at PAX Prime this year. Earlier today at the Firaxis Megapanel, the artificial...Show More Summary

Here are some Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus screens in English

XSEED Games has released a handful of translated screens from Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus, so we can finally understand what's being said during all of that clothes-ripping and hack-and-slash action. I mean, if you care what's being said. Show More Summary

GoD Factory: Wingmen is a thing of beauty, now available on Steam

Nine Dots Studio's gorgeous-looking multiplayer space combat game GoD Factory: Wingmen is now available on Steam. Wingmen is a 4v4 competitive arcade-like title where the goal is to destroy the enemy's 13km carrier while defending your own. Show More Summary

You've got 4 days to buy 35 games from GOG.com before they're gone

One of the assumptions of buying games digitally is that you assume they'll always be available. That's sadly not the case, but GOG.com is offering discounts on 35 games that it will be removing from its catalog on September 2. Among the games are horror titles like Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the Penumbra Collection and the Dark Fall games. Show More Summary

Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection

The Hyperdimension Neptunia series is a polarizing one. Some find Compile Heart’s thinly-veiled parodies of the game industry engaging and painfully adorable, and flock to it for an abundance of fanservice. Others run far, far away at...Show More Summary

Mortal Kombat X is aiming to tone down the zoning game

I got to play Mortal Kombat X for a half hour during PAX Prime, and that made me happier than a pig in whatever pigs love to be in. After 5,000 matches played online between Mortal Kombat and Injustice: Gods Among Us, my anticipation...Show More Summary

Techies officially coming to Dota 2 next week

Techies, the explosive and suicidal Dota 2 Hero, is finally coming to the game next week, as detailed in the latest Dota 2 blog update. I've never played Techies in DOTA, but here's what I've gathered so far: Techies is literally the worst thing ever, worse than Meepo. Show More Summary

Opening a treasure chest as Ganondorf felt wrong

During a Nintendo showcase event at PAX Prime, I wanted to say "screw it" and just play Hyrule Warriors for an hour (or more) but with only two demo stations available and lots of other nice games media types eager to check it out above...Show More Summary

Are gryphons the new shovels? Gryphon Knight aims to find out

Gryphon Knight Epic is in the last day of its Kickstarter, and like so many neat games on Kickstarter, I hadn't heard of it until it was almost too late. Created by a small team of proven developers, Gryphon Knight Epic tasks players...Show More Summary

I swam around as a snake and then I don't know what happened in Bayonetta 2

Minor confession to make: I haven't played Bayonetta. Yeah, I hear it's good, but I just never got around to it. It happens. Heading into a quick hands-on session with Bayonetta 2, I figured my inexperience wouldn't matter much. Wow, was I ever wrong. Show More Summary

Very quick tips: Swing Copters

The spiritual successor to Flappy Bird has arrived, and it's incredibly difficult. It's also awful. Just plain awful. Don't you worry, though. Destructoid is here to help. Maybe you liked Flappy Bird. Maybe you are a Flappy Bird master. Show More Summary

Here are some more Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions screens

We have already seen a little bit of the "full 3D action" of Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions, and it looks like those lucky attendees of PAX Prime can get some hands-on time with it this weekend. Stupid lucky jerks who I love having tons of fun while the rest of us are whiling away at home. Show More Summary

ArcheAge launch date announced, coming soon

Out of all of the MMOs that are coming out in the near future, ArcheAge is at the top of my watch list. It promises a more sandbox-like style compared to the themepark MMO experience, with more open world activities, open housing, exploration, flight, farming, and politics. Show More Summary

Finally! Peggle 2 is coming to PlayStation 4

PopCap Games has announced that Peggle 2 is coming to the PlayStation 4 on October 14. The game will include Peggle Masters from the original game as well as the Xbox One version that launched May 7. Just as in the original, Peggle 2...Show More Summary

Super Meat Boy Forever is harder than the original

Team Meat's new project Super Meat Boy Forever made its first appearance today at PAX Prime in Seattle -- and it makes the original game look like a cakewalk by comparison. The newly revealed title is an auto-run platformer in the vein of Bit.Trip Runner following our eponymous hero journey through obstacle courses laden with deadly traps. Show More Summary

Super Meat Boy Forever is a runner, Mew-Genics on hold

[Update] Ed McMillen did a blog post to explain that Super Meat Boy Forever uses auto run, but is not an endless runner. So it's more like Bit.Trip. Though there is an endless mode with daily high scores. It also, " will feature a full...Show More Summary

Obsessive-compulsive about your PC game library? There's a web app for that

While I tease about the tediousness of organizing and displaying my ever-expanding Steam Library, the underlying idea here is a pretty good one. Darkadia is a games database that gives you all the tools you need to manage, organize, and track your video game collection. Show More Summary

Review: Sumo Omni Reloaded

Sumo products always tend to run on the pricey side, but they're perfect for people who have lots of room in their house, as they tend to hold up over time. No really, the bean bags are huge, and some people even have trouble movingShow More Summary

Space Werewolves claw their way on board Windows Store, run infinitely

Originally launching on Steam in mid-July, Wales Interactive's sci-fi themed, werewolf-infested Infinity Runner is now available for purchase on the Windows Store. Infinity Runner, an aptly named running game, is played from a first-person perspective. Show More Summary

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