New beginnings

July 25, 2011 by


New beginnings can be tough. Sometimes you say goodbye to friends, things you love, and things you’ve built. I had to do this when I left Wisconsin for a job in Texas, and again when I left Texas to join a publisher in California.

This time I’ll be starting something new as an Editor at IGN.

August 1st, 2011 will be my first day in the Guides department and I want to make sure that I give my full attention to the position. I know some of you are sad to see this project come to an end, but I will not be fading away. I’m just moving my work to a new location.

In this new project I’ll be joining an incredibly talented group of individuals and I can’t wait to bring my skills to the table. It will definitely be an exciting time.

When I came to San Francisco I promised myself one thing. That I would do as much as I could in the time I was here. I would see the ocean, see all the city had to offer, and take every opportunity to get out and experience anything new that came my way.

This will undoubtedly be one of those new adventures that I will happily take on.

Below I’ve added a list of places you can find my work in the future, the most important being the My IGN link where you can see all of the work I’ll be doing.

Thank you for all of the support that you’ve given The Daily DL since I began this project back in 2007. It wasn’t until after leaving ScrewAttack that I was able to give it my full attention, and I’m happy to have had the opportunity to bring you the content found on this website during that short time. However, it’s time for one of those new beginnings and during this transition all I can ask is one more thing.

That you accept my thanks and wish me luck.

Thank you.

Destin Legarie
My IGN –

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Farewell from all of us.

July 24, 2011 by


As those of you who listened to the podcast may know, the site will no longer be updated. All of the content, written or otherwise will remain on the website, but because I’ve accepted a new job I decided it would be best to stop updating the website.

This is a hard thing to do, made even more difficult by the fact that I would no longer have a home for the writers and video editors who have helped get the website to the point it is at today. I had big plans moving forward with the project, but sometimes life just throws you a curve ball.

Thought I’m sad to see it go I know those involved have great potential to go on to do amazing things. I asked each of them if they would like to say a little something and each of them did. You can see their thoughts below. I don’t know if I’ve said it enough, but it was a pleasure working with each and every one of them.


From: Eduardo Reboucas – Twitter: EduardoReb

Hey guys, thanks for stopping by and reading our articles. Even
though I didn’t get to write as much as I would like to for The
Daily DL, my time here has been extremely fun. Destin and the crew are
extremely talented, so wherever we end up at, I hope to still see all
of you reading and commenting on!

You’ll be able to find me on Twitter, under the handle EduardoReb,
where I’ll be sure to update you guys on any new developments, both
art and writing wise.

All the best to everyone and most importantly, good luck!

From: Vincent Tambunga – Twitter: @IllusiveMoogle

Hey, everyone! Even though we, the writers, were only brought on a short time ago, I can’t express how much fun I’ve had contributing to The Daily DL and trying to help bring everyone reading as much of the big gaming news as possible. I’ve enjoyed seeing all of the responses to our articles be it angry, happy, or indifferent. I’m also glad that I’ve been able to bring new things to the site along side all of the other great writers and those making the great audio/video features. I hope that in the future, I can keep writing and discussing gaming because this was a such a great experience. Again, thanks to everyone for making this so much fun and a big thanks to Destin for letting me on to write for you guys.

From: Freiteez – Twitter: @Freiteez

I’d like to say this to the readers

Thank you to all that watched app arcade. I learned a lot from this experience and what I need to work on. I will still be making videos on my YouTube channel Freiteezpro if you want to check it out. Thanks again to Destin for giving us this opportunity and I’ll see you guys around on the site and forums.

From: Jason Oliveira – Twitter: @JasonSOliveira

It’s a sad thing for me to have to stop writing for The Daily DL. Destin was the first person to give me a chance at writing about my passion for video games and I had a blast doing it. He is not only a great guy with a fantastic sense of humor, but also a talented editor who ended up teaching me a lot. My only regrets is that I did not get to tell the tale of the awkward reply I got from Destin about a Halo wallpaper on Output Output. I will be applying to some other outlets soon and I will keep people updated on anything I do via my twitter account @JasonSOliveira so if you are interested in my work please follow me. I would like to thank the fans of The Daily DL so very much for their support and I would also like to thank the staff of The Daily DL. You guys are all awesome, I had a blast working with you, and I wish you all the best of luck in your future endeavors.

From: Andrej Peradovic – Twitter: @NewsDrej

I’m no good at this, so I’ll keep it brief. My time here at TheDailyDL was short but awesome, and it pretty much made me want to stay in video game journalism. I don’t have anything specific planned right now, but if you’re interested, you can check out my blog at or follow me on Twitter (@NewsDrej) until I find a new gig somewhere. If you just want to say hi, you can send me an email at And…that about covers it, I guess. Thanks to Destin for starting this whole project, thanks to my co-workers and all contributors that helped make the site as awesome as it is, and a very special thanks to all of our readers and supporters. You guys rock.

From: Ryan Stout – Twitter: @Yhono

Ryan from Cold Morning here, I would like thank The Daily DL for giving us the chance to try something new. Not only was our series a learning experience for us, but hopefully a learning experience for our viewers as well. We will still continue the series on our Youtube page ( so if you would like to see more content that we enjoy bringing to our viewers, then please come by our page and stay awhile.

From: Mark Medina – Twitter: @Mark_Medina

I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who’s supported the show. I wasn’t sure at first about what content I could provide, and I’m really glad that people were entertained and inspired by my decision to feature music. The feedback was great, and I couldn’t ask for a better set of friends to be able to share my show with. One of the hardest thing about the site closing is losing that tight knit group we had. I also want to say a huge thank you to the other content providers on the site. To everyone who makes videos, keep making them! I know there is some huge talent out there, and you’ll get picked up somewhere for sure. A huge thank you to Gabe for producing Output Output, AKA the most fun Ive EVER had discussing video games. Overall, thanks for the memories. Although it seemed short lived, The Daily DL is something I’ll remember for a long time, and I will always be grateful that I was able to be a part of it. As for future plans, follow me on twitter (Mark_Medina) for an awesome announcement I’ll be able to make soon, and for links to new episodes that will be featured on GameTrailers. Thanks to everyone, I’m gonna miss you all.

From: Gabe Guevara – Twitter: @GabeGuevara

Thanks everyone for listening and commenting on the first podcast I produce. I’ve always wanted to help host and produce a show and you all made this first experience a great one. I also need to give a big thanks to Destin and Mark. Having you two on the show made me look forward to writing, performing, and editing the content for the site. I have some great ideas and plans for the future, and if anyone is interested on how they go down then please follow me on twitter.


Well I suppose I should wrap this up. What else can I say but thank you. Thank you to those that helped build this website with their videos, news stories, and countless hours of dedication, but mostly thank you to every single person who helped keep the website going by reading, leaving comments and just coming here on a regular basis. I’m not good at goodbyes, so my full farewell will be posted early next week revealing where I will be going, and what I will be doing in the future.

In the meantime I will close by saying once more the only thing I can to every person involved with this project.

Thank you.

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Output Output – The Finale

July 23, 2011 by


Well you guys, this is the final episode of Output Output. We explain it more in the podcast and you can expect a farewell post from people who worked on the website soon. Until then, thank you for listening and enjoy the Finale of Output Output.


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Output Output – Jared’s Hard News

July 14, 2011 by


Jared from ScrewAttack joins us this week to discuss the future of Hard News, Shock Rock Journalism, Kotaku, Jim Sterling, and the good video game movies that are on the way. By the way, if you like our background music, it’s FantomenK who you can check out HERE and of course be sure to check out Jared on Hard News every day on

Have a question about ANYTHING that you want to see answered? Make sure you’re posting it HERE.

Also, you can click HERE to download it, get it on ITUNES, or hit the jump to listen in your browser.


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Why Origin doesn’t work, and what EA won’t be doing to fix it.

July 12, 2011 by


Regardless of what EA decides to tell the public about their Origin service, we all know that it’s out there to compete with one program. Steam. Steam, for those of you who have never touched a PC, allows gamers to purchase games and download them on the same service, allows a gamer to get achievements, chat in-game or out of game, launch all games on their computer compatible or not, and much more. It’s probably one of the most popular PC platforms that can be download, free of charge to the player.

To compete with this, EA has now come up with Origin. Origin is a service painfully similar to steam which allows you to download many of their newer and popular titles, chat with friends, and claims you can import contacts from Xbox Live or PSN. However when trying to find friends on Xbox Live the following, buggy notice pops up. “Sorry, we couldn’t find any of your friends that also user Origin.” Well there’s a reason for that. It’s because it’s crap.

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Output Output Episode 6 – BRING BACK GENO!

July 9, 2011 by


This week we DEMAND that GENO Make a return and talk about our memories of summer and discuss what we think about this resurgence of HD content. Also, if you like our background music, it’s FantomenK who you can check out HERE.

Have a question about ANYTHING that you want to see answered? Make sure you’re posting it HERE.

Also, you can click here to DOWNLOAD IT, get it on ITUNES, or hit the jump to listen in your browser.


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Output Output Episode 5 – It’s FantomenK Time

July 2, 2011 by


This week Mark is back and Fantomenk is providing the soundtrack. If you want to check out any of his music you can do so HERE.

Have a question about ANYTHING that you want to see answered? Make sure you’re posting it HERE.

Also, you can click here to DOWNLOAD IT, get it on ITUNES, or hit the jump to listen in your browser.

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SSFIV: AE Launch Party

June 29, 2011 by


I’ve never really done anything like this before, but I thought I would throw together a brief montage of the launch party for Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition that I was checking out last night.

As you can tell there were a lot of people in attendance, and the lines to play any of the games there were quite long. Included on that list of games was Street Fighter X Tekken, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, and Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.

Capcom, as always, put together a nice little event for their fans. Thank you for having me Capcom. I’ll be enjoying my Oni and Evil Ryu bobble heads for some time.

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Output Output Episode 4 – The Episode Ryan Ruined

June 25, 2011 by


This week we give you what you REALLY want. Headphone talk. We also talk about gaming, what’s going on with the website and Ryan somehow manages to ruin the entire podcast. Thanks a lot Ryan.

Have a question about ANYTHING that you want to see answered? Make sure you’re posting it HERE.

Also, you can click here to DOWNLOAD IT, get it on ITUNES, or hit the jump to listen in your browser.

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Breaking news. Star Wars Galaxies is still running. In other news, they’re shutting it down.

June 24, 2011 by


The long running MMO, Star Wars Galaxies, a game I thought shut down years ago is actually shutting down. Sony Online Entertainment and LucasArts sent out their plans to shut down all the servers for the game by December 15th 2011.

During the last week of service, Sony will be having a “galaxy-ending event” that will send the game off in style. I’m guessing it’ll be something like what they did with The Matrix Online. Another title that 5 of you probably remember playing.

Existing subscribers will be able to jump ship to Free Realms, Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures, EverQuest, or DC Universe Online as fully-paid subscribers from October 15h until December 31st.

I’m just going to take a guess here, but I think DC Universe Online is going to get a lot more players by the end of the year.

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