|Filed Under:||Entertainment / Video Games|
|Posts on Regator:||46947|
|Posts / Week:||175.4|
|Archived Since:||April 7, 2008|
I grew up as a Nintendo kid, through and through. From the very first time I laid eyes on a Nintendo Entertainment System at a Sears at the age of four, I wanted to be a part of that world. I have no idea why a four-year-old would have...Show More Summary
Art books have been around for a long time, and they take on many different styles and formats. Titan Books, in conjunction with Microsoft Studios and 343 Industries, has put together a fantastic addition to any Halo fans’ collection...Show More Summary
Cartoon Network hasn't been doing a very good job with its videogame adaptations of Adventure Time and Regular Show. Barring one decent (but very brief) romp on the DS, the two properties have disappointed fans left and right on theShow More Summary
Joining the already announced PC version, Compulsion Games has signed on with Focus Home Interactive to bring its hybrid 2D/3D puzzle platformer Contrast to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network later this year. Set in the 1920s, Contrast comes across as a combination of film noir and vaudeville. Show More Summary
Fresh off of its impending Mutant Mudds Deluxe release for the Wii U, Renegade Kid has just announced a new game -- Treasurenauts for the Nintendo 3DS. Not a whole lot is known at this time, but the game seems to be a retro platformer,...Show More Summary
The Escapist : Movie Defense Force : Street Fighter My movie review show, Movie Defense Force, has another videogame film in its sights this week, which means a chance for some saucy cross-promotion on the pages of this great Destructoid of ours. I stick up for Street Fighter, one of the most perfect examples of the nineties you're likely to find. Lovely stuff!
When a well-received big-budget game falls below that magical $20 price point, I'm in. Green Man Gaming has an excellent deal on Tomb Raider which drops the PC version from $49.99 all the way down to $16.99. And with the promo code GMG20-LLASD-D8WBQ, it's $13.60. Yes, that is ridiculous! Act sooner than later, as the deal is good through the rest of the day.
Hello Games is finally releasing both Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2 for the PC! They'll both be available through Steam, and they'll each have Steamworks implemented to easily share custom created levels. The PC versions will also see new features. Show More Summary
Tetris Blitz is now available on iOS and Android for free. Blitz takes the Tetris concept and shoves it into a two minute line clearing frenzy where you want to score as many points as possible. The fast-paced game features one-touch...Show More Summary
We're happy for our European friends out there. We were worried at first, though. Sony's announcement for the PS4 told Americans that we could expect our system this holiday season, sometime later in 2013. But for you, Euro friends, timing was less clear. Show More Summary
Grid 2: Mono Edition has been dubbed the "Most Expensive Video Game Commercially Available -- Special Edition" by the Guinness World Records group. This PS3 game package goes far beyond your typical DLC and cloth maps, though. For example, each copy includes real life car racing. Show More Summary
Supremely high expectations have been a large part of this generation, and it appears the next one will continue the tradition. Microsoft is convinced the combined might of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will see over one billion consoles...Show More Summary
The developers of Sanctum 2 are really taking criticism to heart. As Patrick spoke about in his review, he was frustrated that resources would drop at each level's core, introducing a level of tedium brought about by running back and forth constantly. Show More Summary
Excalibur Publishing, the company behind such titles as Euro Truck Simulator 2, Camping Manager, and Bridge Project, has lifted the veil off its latest celebration of mundane majesty -- Chemical Spillage Simulation. "Your initial assignments...Show More Summary
While the Xbox One may have been appealing to some non-gamers, the gaming community reacted in a unified, "not interested" front, much to the chagrin of Microsoft. Now that people are disinterested in whatever Microsoft is peddling,Show More Summary
GOG.com recently posted a ruddy great big Q&A with The Night of the Rabbit lead designer Matt Kempke, where he revealed the inspiration behind Daedalic's newest adventure game and his design philosophy. One of the things that struckShow More Summary
The unveiling of the Xbox One left us with more questions than answers. Specifically, gamers huddled around the issue of used games, wondering if they'll still be able to pick up titles at a cheaper rate, like they've done since the beginning of time. Well, according to a report by MCV, we may have an idea of what's going to happen sooner than later. Show More Summary
DeNA is continuing their partnership with Hasbro by releasing two new titles: G.I. Joe Battleground and Dungeons & Dragons Arena of War. G.I. Joe I expect will be much like the Transformers game where you collect and battle with cards...Show More Summary
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate expands its fighting roster with the addition of Virtua Fighter's Jacky Bryant. Fan favorite Ein will be also making his first return to the franchise since Dead or Alive 2. Plus there will be two new stages with the addition of Lost World and Forest. Show More Summary
Behold, a teaser trailer for the upcoming Payday live-actin web series. The teaser stars Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf, and Chains as they get ready to pull off some heists in Washington D.C. Episode one should be launching in a week or so. Obviously this is all aimed at hyping up Payday 2, which will be out this August in North America for Steam, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.