Cblogs of 6/12 to 6/18/2021 –Black Red Gaming shares their E3 highlights. –Kerrik52 reviews Onimusha 3: Demon Siege as part... The post What were your personal highlights from E3 2021? appeared first on Destructoid.
An interview with Tali Faulkner Anyone here remember Sup, Holmes? It was a live stream interview show that ran here... The post Blood Goblet 64 is a new game in the works from the creator of Umurangi Generation appeared first on Destructoid.
Futuristic jet-bike action from ’84 Hamster’s latest entry to the Arcade Archives is a little retr0-futuristic. Another release from the... The post Seicross is riding high as this week’s Arcade Archives release appeared first on Destructoid.
Hot in the City I don’t know how it is in your neck of the woods, but it’s been El... The post Whatcha been playing this week, Destructoid? appeared first on Destructoid.
Don’t get derezzed The sci-fi hacking and exploration action game Recompile is setting a launch window. Developer Phigames and Dear Villagers have... The post Computerized hacker adventure Recompile will launch this August appeared first on Destructoid.
When worlds collide, my brain breaks You know how you can play a game for so long, you eventually reach... The post Seeing Stardew Valley’s Pelican Town in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a trip appeared first on Destructoid.
Alan Wake Remastered also spotted The PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake seems like a matter of time. The... The post Final Fantasy VII Remake is seemingly on course for the Epic Games Store appeared first on Destructoid.
Just don’t look at the cover Released a scant few months after the Gamecube’s launch, FromSoftware’s Lost Kingdoms was always... The post Lost Kingdoms is aptly named, considering it’s practically forgotten appeared first on Destructoid.
Taking the ‘F’, the ‘M’, and the ‘V’ out of ‘FMV’ E3 saw Limited Run Games show off its upcoming... The post Abysmal 3DO ‘classic’ Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties is getting a re-release from Limited Run Games appeared first on Destructoid.
Listed as multi-platform and developed by M2 I don’t know why it’s happening all of a sudden, but I love... The post Castlevania Advance Collection was rated in Australia and my wallet is so ready appeared first on Destructoid.
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