It's our last live show of 2011, HOLY CRAP! A lot of you guys asked us to head back to ye ol' green screen to do some more Kinecting, and we answered your prayers. Max and Tara duel off in Fruit Ninja Kinect, dish on Star Wars the Old Republic, berate EA's latest piece of DLC, and way more.
It's our last live show of 2011, HOLY CRAP! A lot of you guys asked us to head back to ye ol' green screen to do some more Kinecting, and we answered your prayers. Max and Tara duel off in Fruit Ninja Kinect, dish on Star Wars the Old Republic, berate EA's latest piece of DLC, and way more. This is episode 244 of the Destructoid Show.
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A trailer for I Am Alive has hit the Internet today, and it's going to teach you the rules. If you're planning to visit a world ravaged by natural disasters anytime soon, this video's going to be essential viewing. (Jim Sterling)
Star Wars: The Old Republic opened its doors for early access this week, and a number of Destructoid editors barged their way in. It's not our policy to officially review MMOs, due to their expanse and tendency to make huge changes over the course of their existence, but we can certainly share our early impressions of the game. (Jim Sterling)
If there's one thing Sony excels at, it's utterly confusing its consumers with back-and-forth gibberish. First, the PlayStation Vita was locked to a single PSN account, then it was said that the Vita could accept different accounts using multiple memory cards. Now? We're back to one account. (Jim Sterling)
Usually I get angry or dismayed when one of Electronic Arts' shenanigans come to light, but when it comes to the downloadable content for Need for Speed World, I can't help but laugh. The free-to-play PC racer is offering cars for cash, and you need to spend obscene amounts of money for "premium elite" vehicles. (Jim Sterling)
It's our last live show of 2011, so we decided to get crazy, and head back to the green screen for some good old fashioned Fruit Ninja Kinect.
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