Happy New Year everyone! We're back from our mini-hiatus, and we've got a bunch of new resolutions. First and foremost, everyone say hello to our new co-host, Max Scoville. You may recognize him from guesting on some previous episodes, but now he's here for good. Our much beloved Jonathan Holmes had to return to his home-planet of Boston, and continues to fight the good Destructoid fight, but logistically, living in Boston and shooting in San Francisco just doesn't work out. Anyway, news is pretty light right now so we're a little slim on content. The biggest story of the day is the leaked/stolen 3DS that found its way off the Nintendo assembly line in China and next to some cute desk ornaments. We've also got the promise of even more forthcoming Mass Effect 2 DLC, Monster Hunter in 3D(s), and intriguing Japanese underwear. Stay a while won't you?
Pop the champagne, it's the first Destructoid show of 2011!
By the way, the new year means a new set for us here at the Destructoid show! We've been working hard behind the scenes to get the set ready in the next couple of weeks, but we need your help. Do you have any awesome video-game related knick-knacks or memorabilia? Send them to us and we'll hang them on our set! We're kind of going for a TGIF-type vibe, except cool. Find out more at destructoid.com. If you think you might have something we'd like, send an email to zac AT revision3 DOT com, and become a part of Destructoid show lore.
Want to get involved in the show? Have any amazing ideas for stuff we should cover, or have a very special private video blog you want to share with the world? Follow us on twitter at @Dtoid and email the show at show at destructoid dot com. You can keep up with everything Max and Tara are up to by following them twitter at @maxscoville and @taralongest. You can also check in to Destructoid's livestream at justin.tv/destructoid for a constant source of video game hijinks.
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