Hideo Kojima shares some potential details for Metal Gear Solid 5, and we've got more info on the dirt behind Metal Gear Rising Revengeance. Plus, YouTube is now on Xbox, Alan Wake is coming to PC, and we went hands on with the Vita!
Hideo Kojima shares some potential details for Metal Gear Solid 5, and we've got more info on the dirt behind Metal Gear Rising Revengeance. Plus, YouTube is now on Xbox, Alan Wake is coming to PC, and we went hands on with the Vita! This is episode 243 of the Destructoid Show.
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Due out in spring 2012, the Capcom Digital Collection brings together eight Xbox Live Arcade games for $39.99, while retaining the individual Achievements and online functionality. (Jordan Devore)
I love Halfbrick. They're good guys that make good games. Fruit Ninja is one of those games that everyone loves. I mean, how could you not love karate chopping flying fruit? (Dale North)
Duke Nukem Forever has new DLC now available on PSN and Xbox Live. "The Doctor Who Cloned Me" features a new single-player campaign which sees Duke facing off against classic franchise villain, Dr. Proton, and coming face-to-face with what has probably always been the greatest threat to our hero: Himself. (Conrad Zimmerman)
Up next for Electronic Arts Phenomic, the studio behind BattleForge and SpellForce, is a free-to-play MMO take on Command & Conquer. It was only a matter of time. (Jordan Devore)
Yesterday a Stream registry hint told us that Alan Wake might be coming to PC. Now we have the official word from Remedy Entertainment. Alan Wake is coming to PC in 2012. Nice! I can't wait to play it at maxed-out settings. You know that Remedy knows their PC stuff, so I'm expecting a real treat with this one. (Dale North)
It feels like the floodgates have opened for name-your-price game bundles. Leave it to the Humble Bundle folks, however, to put together one hell of a deal. There's no question in my mind that the fourth Humble Indie Bundle is the best one conceived yet. (Dale North)
Nintendo has finally dated the ten GBA games that so-called 3DS ambassadors will receive, and it's this Friday! On December 16, those who bought a 3DS before its big price drop will get ten free Game Boy Advance games, which is nice. (Dale North)
Usually, Art Juice is all about puncturing your feelings with a needle of provocation, but after playing Star Wars: The Old Republic for a while, I've got Jedi on the brain. With that in mind, I've designed an original character for the game, which I am hoping BioWare will put in. (Dale North)
Yesterday, myself and a cavalcade of more talented writers than I had the pleasure of attending a press conference and panel style Q&A with Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima and Platinum Games producer Atushi Inaba to discuss the recently re-revealed Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. (Maxwell Roahrig)
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