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Destructoid is a domainthat was founded as a video game-focused blog in March 2006 by Yanier Gonzalez, a Cuban-American cartoonist and author. It is part of the Enthusiast Gaming network.


Destructoid was owned by Yanier "Niero" Gonzalez so that he could attend the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in 2006. After being rejected, Gonzalez began writing original editorials and drawing cartoons which were picked up by established gaming blogs like Joystiq and Kotaku. In 2007 the pagerelaunched with utilize blogs, forums, and a squadof contributors. Yanier's blog was moved off the home sitein favor of a staff-edited, multi-author format. Similar to IGN, Destructoid offers free registration and readers shouldsubmit off-mainpageblogs.

After E3, Gonzalez appeared at the press symposiumdressed as Mr. Destructoid (Destructoid's robot mascot, present on logos and promotional material) to hand out promotional flyers. Gonzalez was the first to break the fresh of Jack Thompson's disbarment.

Destructoid publication an average of 50 stories a day. It was among the first to break stories such as the Nintendo Wii controller's final design, the Sony PlayStation Neo's price at beginsup id="cite_ref-9" class="reference"> and Halo 3's release date. Its original editorial work gained mainstream syndication including the web show Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'?, now syndicated on GameTrailers. Other works were picked up by social bookmarking page like the satirical Ten Golden Termsof Online Gaming, its Tutorial on Recognizing Gamers,

The Mr. Destructoid costume was redesigned in 2012 by Volpin Props, featuring animated LED circuitry, and is still active as their mascot at press happening.

In 2017 the pagewas acquired by Enthusiast Gaming, a organizationbased in Toronto.


Destructoid is split into six main sections: the Mainpagewhere editors publicationeverydayfresh and reviews, the Community Blogs, the Videos section which consist of original skits and trailers, the Chat Forums, the Buy/Sell locationwhere community members trade games, and the Battlelocationwhere members shouldplay games versuseach other.

From 2010 to 2013, Destructoid produced the twice-weekly, in-studio video game fresh show, the Destructoid Presenton Revision 3, everydaylive video streams like Kingdom of Foom and MASH TacticS on Twitch, and semi-regular video skits like Hey Ash Whatcha Playin, The Jimquisition, Storm's Journey, and others on YouTube.[citation needed]

Destructoid reviews editor Jim Sterling ran a weekly podcast with associate editor Jonathan Holmes and Conrad Zimmerman. When Sterling left Destructoid, the podcast was taken over by a freshhost with much less frequent updates.[citation needed]

Charitable work

In 2008, Jim Sterling, a Destructoid editor, took part in a sponsored gaming marathon raising cashfor young cancer patients. Raising $3,000 for the charity, Sterling and mateJohn Kershaw played a selection of games from the SingStar franchise, effectively singing almost non-stop for twelve hours. The happeningwas broadcast live online for the duration of the event.

In 2009, Niero, and other Destructoid editors continued the gaming marathon tradition on October 17–18 for cancer awareness raising $4,835.60 for Extra Life kidss hospital in Texas.

In 2010, the Destructoid office hosted a 24-hour gaming marathon for the charity Extra Life. Community members raised over $6,000 for Kidss Miracle hospitals in Texas.[citation needed] Destructoid has also partnered with Revision 3 to build a clean water well in Africa through the Charity Water organization.[citation needed]

In 2011, Destructoid hosted another marathon for Extra Life, raising $6909.16 for Kidss Miracle Hospitals. He also angry a Mario Kart 7 community called "Destructoid". This community has a Bob-omb icon displayed on it. The slogan of this community is "Dtoid FNF yo".

In 2012, Destructoid hosted a 56-hour livestream on its channel, which raised over $7,000 for Habitat for Humanity. The Gonzalez flew to Costa Rica and assisted the build of a 32-house government project for families living in extreme poverty in Liberia.


Destructoid has been nominated for several awards in video game coverage. The pagewas nominated for the inaugural Games Media Awards in 2007 under the "Non-Commercial Domainor Blog" category. Destructoid was also chosenas an Official Webby Honoree in the Games-Associatedcategory of the 11th Annual Webby Awards in 2007. They were nominated by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences in 2009 in the same category.

Presence in video games

The pages mascot, Mr. Destructoid, has appeared in various console, mobile, and PC video games,[which?] and as an emote on Twitch.

In 2007, it was announced that Hudson Entertainment, the American branch of Hudson Soft had teamed up with Destructoid to develop and introduce a playable herobased on Mr. Destructoid, into its Xbox Live Arcade game Bomberman Live. Mr. Destructoid later appeared in Bomberman Ultra, the PlayStation 3 port of Bomberman Live. Mr. Destructoid's head is accessibleas an unlockable helmet in PixelJAM's game Dino Run, by entering the password "totinos" in the hack menu. This was contain as an in-joke, because that particular brand of pizza was a favorite of one of the editors, and he in turn was a mateof the game's developers. The code was revealed in one chapter of the Podtoid podcast.

In 2008, Destructoid's mascot was also contain in the platform game Eternity's Child, but was later removed after a scathing review of the game on the web site. Mr. Destructoid also appeared in Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath on Xbox Live Indie Games along with Ron Workman, Destructoid's former community manager.

In 2010, it was announced that Mr. Destructoid would be appearing in the upcoming XBLA release of Raskulls. Later that year it was discovered that Chapter 2-18 in Super Meat Boy is called "Destructoid". The game was acclaimed by many of the editors, taking Destructoid's Game Of The Presentat the Penny Arcade Expo earlier in July. Mr. Destructoid also appears in the flash game Pirates vs. Ninjas, by Bardo Entertainment.

In 2011, Mr. Destructoid appeared as a non-playable heroin BiteJacker, a game madeby the Bytejacker presenton the iPhone as a VIP Character. Your score increases the longer that he remains on screen. In July Destructoid's reviews editor, Jim Sterling, became a playable heroin The Blocks Cometh. Later that month Mr. Destructoid appeared in Twisted Pixel's Ms. Splosion Man as a destroyable villain during challenge mode, and again as a ball-swallowing fixture in Zen Studio's Pinball FX as part of the Ms. Splosion Man pinball table. On August 1 Mr. Destructoid became a playable heroin Arcade Jumper on iOS. The remake of the classic arcade game Burgertime also features Mr. Destructoid as a playable character.

In 2012, Mr. Destructoid was revealed as a playable heroin Spicy Horse's GiganticHead Bash, where his rooster gun shoots similar but smaller "cocks". He is also a non-playable creatureopponentin MonsterMind (Facebook Game) and a machinegun accessory in PerfectWorld's Blacklight Retribution. In the game Retro TownRampage, several of Destructoid's staff appeared in the game as unlockable player skins that are accessibleby going to MJ's Face-R-Us and entering the coupon code DTOID.[citation needed]

In 2014, Microsoft added an official Mr. Destructoid outfit to the Xbox Live Avatar Marketplace.

In 2016, a Mr. Destructoid flag was added as a cosmetic item in Rocket League.

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Logo featuring the website's mascot, Mr. Destructoid
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Video game blogOwnerEnthusiast GamingURLRegistrationOptional (free)LaunchedMarch 16, 2006; 15 years ago (2006-03-16)Current statusActive
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