It's a rumorful day here at the Destructoid Show! We've got details on Xbox 720, the death of Microsoft Points, Zynga's latest magnum opus of s#%t, and sadly, there will be no Blizzcon in 2012. But hey, come see us next week in PERSON in San Francisco and play Vita with us!
It's a rumorful day here at the Destructoid Show! We've got details on Xbox 720, the death of Microsoft Points, Zynga's latest magnum opus of s#%t, and sadly, there will be no Blizzcon in 2012. But hey, come see us next week in PERSON in San Francisco and play Vita with us! This episode 259 of the Destructoid show.
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Blizzard has declared that there will be no Blizzcon this year, meaning that World of Warcraft fans have lost the one thing in real life they were planning to do this year. Haha, insulting nerd humor!(Jim Sterling)
Having pitched the idea by way of LEGO CUUSOO, Mojang easily garnered over 10,000 supporters. Considering the overlap between people young and old alike who enjoy LEGO and Minecraft, it's no surprise. The project has officially passed internal review and will proceed. (Jordan Devore)
Zynga appears to have given up on copying its own games over and over, and has moved on to the straightforward plagiarizing of other peoples' work. Dream Heights is Tiny Tower to the core, the only difference being Zynga's inferior artistic direction. (Jim Sterling)
It seems like only a year ago we were stumbling over our words and wiping the sweat off our palms in preparation for our very first live Destructoid Show... and now, almost exactly a year later, we'll be hosting our first ever taping in front of a LIVE audience. Just typing that word brings a bead of sweat to my neck. (Tara Long)