Skyrim's patch is now out for just about everyone, but it's not quite the fix we needed. Plus, Max is back and he breaks down the potential of Dragon Age multiplayer, Dead Space FPS, MC Hammer Sour Patch Kids, Rhythm Heaven, and way more mayhem.
Skyrim's patch is now out for just about everyone, but it's not quite the fix we needed. Plus, Max is back and he breaks down the potential of Dragon Age multiplayer, Dead Space FPS, MC Hammer Sour Patch Kids, Rhythm Heaven, and way more mayhem. This is episode 237 of the Destructoid Show.
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According to Kotaku, a number of big announcements may be coming from Electronic Arts in the near future, including word that Dragon Age will be getting a multiplayer mode. The arena-based game will feature playable dragons and make use of DICE's Frostbite 2 engine, claims the gossip. (Jim Sterling)
It seems that the first big patch for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one to be avoided, until it has itself been patched. While Bethesda fixed several issues, it appears to have caused a few breakages in doing so, not least of all to character resistances. (Jim Sterling)
Friends, we've weathered hard times these past months. Nintendo faithful across the land have endured quite the drought. So few compelling titles may have tested the resolve of less devout fans, but not us. No. We patiently waited, silently bearing this burden, knowing that the Meat Man in the sky was testing us, and would one day deliver us to salvation. (Kyle MacGregor)
Capcom is making a downloadable game starring the Sour Patch Kids, called World Gone Sour. It features a song by Method Man. What is this. I don't even.
Tara got a chance to check out Infinity Blade 2 yesterday, and came away impressed! Be sure to watch App Judgment for Anthony Carboni's impressions, our interview with Creative Director Donald Mustard, and stay tuned for our full review.
Want a pair of one of the best gaming headsets in the world? Of course you do. We've teamed up with Astro to give away a pair of A40s, and all you need to do is play Saints Row: The Third. We're breaking the contest up into two weeks. We've already announced the winner for week one, and for the second week, your challenge is to make a video of your best explosion in Saints Row: The Third (with your character wearing A40s in-game), and upload it as a video response to this episode on YouTube. The deadline is Sunday at midnight, so you've got just under a week! Good luck.