Today's show is packed with previews of 4 different Wii U games, prices and dates for Microsoft's Summer of Arcade 2012, and a review of Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor. Plus, we have details on Microsoft's Surface tablet!
Happy Wednesday, everyone! Today's show is packed with previews of 4 different Wii U games, prices and dates for Microsoft's Summer of Arcade 2012, and a review of Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor! We've also got details on the next Saints Row game as well as Microsoft's next tablet, the Surface. BUT WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?!?!
Episode 323 of the Destructoid Show:
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 @Dtoidshow 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.
Destructoid is the gaming show your mom warned you about. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the crew behind Destructoid.com will break down the hottest stories of the day with little regard for personal feelings or karmic repercussions. Hosted by Max Scoville and Tara Long, Destructoid is everything you'd expect from the Dtoid team - with slightly more giant killer robot.
Want the most recent episode of this show always up to date on your website? Use this self-updating embed code!
Today, Microsoft held a mystery press conference in Los Angeles for a "major announcement" where they just revealed a a new tablet computer that they're calling Microsoft Surface. Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer took the stage to show this off to an audience of tech press, where he said that his company is getting behind combining software and hardware for the future of computing. (Dale North)
While the line-up for this year's Summer of Arcade had previously been announced, we weren't quite so sure when the games would release and for how much. (Jordan Devore)
When you start the campaign, your character bends down to pick up a broken piece of the mech you're about to pilot -- this is basically a metaphor for the entire game. (Chris Carter)
THQ has announced that plans for the next round of Saints Row: The Third DLC have been scrapped in favor of an all-new game. The next game expansion, Enter the Dominatrix, will be rolled up into a sequel that's set to launch in 2013. (Jim Sterling)