HOLY MOTHER OF GOD IT'S THE LAST EPISODE OF DESTRUCTOID EVER!!!
In this very special episode of the Destructoid show, our trusty hosts find a scary machine that provides a glimpse of the future. Journey with us as we travel forward in time and experience DESTRUCTOID 2050.
Hey everybody, it‚Äôs time for another hump day edition of the Destructoid show! Today we‚Äôve got a lot of news that should appease the hardcore gamer deep, deep inside each and every one of you. Sega is teasing a new Dreamcast collection for the PS3 and 360 that should allow us to relive all the good times we had with that console, without the hassle of dealing with a VMU. Platnium Games, the guys behind Bayonetta are working on another game with Sega, we‚Äôve got new trailers for Okamiden, Ghost Trick is coming to iPhone, and the newest Humble Indie Bundle is live! Also, since it‚Äôs the end of the year, we‚Äôre doing our Game of the Year shows soon! Check out our full list of GOTY nominations at the end of the show. Last but not least, we see the return of my favorite segment: the YouTube comment of the week!
It's that time of the year -- the Destructoid Show Awards Show are HERE! Jonathan, Tara, and everyone at the Destructoid Show take a look back at 2010, and give thanks to the games that stood out. On part 1 of a two part spectacular, we give out awards for the best graphics, the best co-op experience, the best virtual acting, the hardest to put down, the best storytelling, the biggest disappointment, and the Destructoid**** GAME OF THE YEAR. Who will come out the big winner? Red Dead Redemption? Mass Effect 2? Super Mario Galaxy 2? Enslaved? Super Meat Boy? Watch and find out who walks away with the Golden Helmet!
Part two of our epic conclusion to the Destructoid Show Awards Show is here. Today we run down the best DLC, the best score, the most improved series, the most surprising announcement and our most prestigious award, the coveted READER'S CHOICE. Who will walk home with the Golden Helmet? Will it be Halo: Reach, Mass Effect 2, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Black Ops, Assassins: Creed Brotherhood, or will a dark horse(steed) steal the show? Watch to find out, and be sure to let us know YOUR game of the year in the comments.
Today we're mixing things up and changing to a roundtable discussion format in honor of the impending release of Kinect. Max Scoville, Tara Long, Jonathan Holmes, and Jon Carnage all huddle together around our tiny table and riff on the Microsoft Kinect. How does it compare to the Eyetoy, Wii, and Playstation Move? What are the launch titles like? Is its release an important moment in gaming? And most importantly, will it say that Jonathan and Tara are morbidly obsese? The answer to all these questions and more on a brand new DESTRUCTOID!
We're back to the normal format with Jonathan and Tara today, and it feels oh-so-good. Jonathan got back to SF just in time to spill the beans on the forthcoming Epic Mickey brought to you by Warren Spector, as well as share the dirt on a scary new Dead Space 2 trailer. Plus, Microsoft has a big ego, Danny Trejo is in a videogame, and the Kinect gets reviewed.
People are going CRAZY for the Call of Duty Black Ops release tomorrow. A couple peeps robbed a Gamestop in Bel-Air, lines are forming for midnight releases as this is written, and footage has even surfaced of the elusive Wii version. A few other non-Black Ops stuff is happening: theres some new characters revealed for Tekken Tag Tournament, Destructoid and Super Meat Boy teamed up to fight Multiple Sclerosis, and Dance Central is spying on your naked body. Buckle up, its the lucky 13 edition of Destructoid!
The gang from Destructoid gathers 'round the round table once again to discuss this fall's hottest release: Call of Duty Black Ops.
We're back to the regular format for another crazy Friday full of news! We've got reviews of Goldeneye for Wii, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, and of course Call of Duty Black Ops. Also, Johnathan chats with the creator of Tetris, Miyamoto regrets Super Mario Bros 3, and Adam Sandler hates Holmes.
Back to the present, thank god! Today Jonathan and Tara revel in the glory of a visit from No More Heroes developers Grasshopper Manufacture, chat about new character reveals for Marvel vs Capcom 3 AND Super Meat Boy, and discuss the demise of the ill-fated Nintendo peripheral Wii Speak. Tara also wishes there was some other, more private periphs available.
Today on Destructoid, we've got a whole bushel of reviews for your enjoyment. Donkey Kong Country Reviews hits the Wii in a big way, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood exceeds expectations while Sonic Colors does not, and EA Sports MMA looks fomidable in the ring. In soul-crushingly depressing news, Portal 2 moves a little bit further back, and the cool looking Mega Man Online is slated to be a Korean exclusive. (BTW: If any Koreans have a couch Holmes could crash on, EMAIL US!)