The 3DS has officially been released (and is still available in stores), and the world is totally different. Or not. We've got the full report from the launch including the best titles, the worst titles, and a few comments from the Destructoid hivemind. The 3DS wasn't the only thing that happened this weekend though - we also got a sneak peak at the leaked Mortal Kombat roster, a new segment called Show and Tell, and the revelation that Crysis 2 is doing quite well. Plus, the latest impossibly hard game from the people who brought you QWOP.
Episode 70 of That Destructoid Show:
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