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PlayStation 4 launch vs. reality: Don’t believe the hype

A new console generation. A new batch of tech demos that mislead consumer expectations

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Review: Capcom Arcade Cabinet

Last year I kicked off a project where I had every intention of going through my entire game collection, from the 8-bit days through now, to find how many instances of the same game popped up in various game collection releases.

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Review: Dead Space 3

The months leading to Dead Space 3 ‘s launch have been trying for fans of the series. From early rumors that it would be a first-person shooter to the eventual reveal of online co-op , Kinect support , cover-based shooting segments, and highly controversial microtransactions , Dead Space 3 ‘s run of worrying news has been enough to test the loyalties and patience of any follower.  Visceral Games, either by its own choice or through the mandate of Electronic Arts, has made many alterations to this third major installment in the series, and not one of them has been made without protest from would-be customers.

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Review: Dead Space 3

The months leading to Dead Space 3 ‘s launch have been trying for fans of the series. From early rumors that it would be a first-person shooter to the eventual reveal of online co-op , Kinect support , cover-based shooting segments, and highly controversial microtransactions , Dead Space 3 ‘s run of worrying news has been enough to test the loyalties and patience of any follower.  Visceral Games, either by its own choice or through the mandate of Electronic Arts, has made many alterations to this third major installment in the series, and not one of them has been made without protest from would-be customers.

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Review: Dungeonland

Truly, I had no expectations going into Dungeonland . In fact, I opted to test it out solely because of my profuse love for action RPGs. I had heard through the grapevine that it was a “hardcore” action RPG that was completely lacking in story, and instead, played out entirely through repeating randomly spawned dungeons, similar to a rogue-like

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Review: Dungeonland

Truly, I had no expectations going into Dungeonland . In fact, I opted to test it out solely because of my profuse love for action RPGs. I had heard through the grapevine that it was a “hardcore” action RPG that was completely lacking in story, and instead, played out entirely through repeating randomly spawned dungeons, similar to a rogue-like

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Review: Aero Porter

A videogame is a thing that asks you to do a series of tasks in order to meet arbitrary goals that were established by someone else. Videogames are things that most of us partake in for “fun,” regardless of how difficult the tasks are. In fact, a lot of people only want to play videogames that present them with tasks that “offer a nice challenge.” A job is a thing that asks you to do a series of tasks in order to meet arbitrary goals that were established by someone else

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An aural tour with the composer of Nintendo Land, part 2

We’re back with part two of our audio walkthrough of Nintendo Land with composer Ryo Nagamatsu. This time we visit Luigi’s Ghost Mansion , Mario Chase , Metroid Blast , and Octopus Dance . And be sure to read part one of our feature which covered four other Nintendo Land attractions.

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Review: Krunch

It’s going to be tough to talk about Krunch without also mentioning games like Super Meat Boy or VVVVVV , so I’ll get it out of the way now: Krunch is similar to these titles in that you will die.

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The Dtoid community’s most wanted games of 2013

Last week, we asked you in the Destructoid community to pick your most anticipated games of 2013 . After a week of intense vote-counting, we’re ready to share the results! The voting was extremely  close; so much so that the top three games were separated by only a few votes each

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