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  • Review: Dub Dash

    destructoid Feb 14, 2016 | 14:00 pm

    Review: Dub Dash Rhythm games are always interesting because of how much emphasis rests on the music. Don't like the music? Well, chances are you won't like the game, regardless of the mechanics. There's a lot of subjectivity there, which makes reviewing them a bit of a conundrum. That being said, one thing must be true for rhythm platformers: the music and gameplay need to coagulate together to form a solid foundation that the entire game is based on. Read more...

  • Enjoy Valentine's Day the Sentai way with Chroma Squad's Mark Venturelli

    destructoid Feb 14, 2016 | 13:00 pm

    Enjoy Valentine's Day the Sentai way with Chroma Squad's Mark Venturelli [Sup Holmes is a weekly talk show for people that make great video games. It airs live every Sunday at 4:00pm EST on YouTube, and can be found in Podcast form on Libsyn and iTunes.] Today on Sup Holmes we're happy to welcome Mark Venturelli of Rogue Snail to the program. Mark is probably best know for his work on Chroma Squad, the Power Rangers-meets-Sim City Super Sentai tactical RPG sensation, but that's far from the only title he's worked on. We'll be talking to him about why Chroma Squad became such a hit, what it was like to be on the receiving end of[…]

  • NECA Toys director says Sony is 'bringing Crash Bandicoot back'

    destructoid Feb 14, 2016 | 09:27 am

    NECA Toys director says Sony is 'bringing Crash Bandicoot back' Did a toy director just confirm a Crash Bandicoot reboot? Over at the New York Toy Fair this weekend, PixelDan managed to catch up with Randy Falk of NECA Toys to chat a bit about some upcoming figures and products. In addition to musing on comic book merch and such, he touched on a Sony line that involves Nathan Drake, Kratos, and...Crash? Falk noted his enthusiasm for Sony products (all of this starts at 4:00 in the video below), stating "we've got back in with Sony. And looking at some of their other titles...I see they're bringing Crash Bandicoot back, so there's some[…]

  • Review: Layers of Fear

    destructoid Feb 14, 2016 | 09:00 am

    Review: Layers of Fear Layers of Fear has a knack for animating the inanimate. Many of its real-world paintings would appear unsettling even in a well-lit museum on a crowded discount-admission day. (Take, for instance, Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son.) But to see some of these faces peering at you, contorted and disfigured? Or sneakily popping up behind you while your back is turned? Gah! I nearly flung my mouse off my desk a few times. These and other cleverly-timed scares shouldn't haven't gotten me so good. Menacing as they seem at first, they're actually quite harmless. And yet, more often than not, Layers[…]

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