Giant Bombcast 09/30/2014
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This perfectly competent open-world game gets a heck of a lot more interesting when it throws an endless host of savage, dynamic AI enemies into the mix.
Access Games' episodic follow-up to Deadly Premonition is a tremendously strange trip.
For the first time in the franchise's 15-year history, you can pummel your friends on the go. It comes with some drawbacks, but not enough to get in the way of another chaotic, fun experience.
I love this game! :D
2 hours of laughing my ass off and bawling my eyes out, often both at the same time. Thank you guys and thanks to Ryan. Definitely wont be the same without you
now that i watch this, i realize i do not remember the story of this game AT ALL
i always wanted a dog, and now i have you wappy... :(
i love you, Ben
I LOVE that they are using the T3 design for Yoshimitsu :D
i love the way Schafer introduced this, "reveal simulated family!" (or something like that anyway)
looks like a must-buy to me! i love double fine!
damn good job. i'm still completely stuck on 251 because shang tsung sucks hairy man-balls
was that a katamari of servbots that i just saw there?
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