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The Stick of Truth is one of the rare instances of a licensed game done exactly right.
Thief offers up moments of stealthy satisfaction, but not nearly enough of them to make up for its many rough edges, bland level designs, and god-awful plot.
It's easy to imagine a big-budget game tackling slavery with the subtlety of a hammer, but Freedom Cry is an emotional triumph...with some ethical issues.
I'm not British, does that answer your question?
I'd love to but I'm a talentless teenager.
Played about 10 levels in the closed beta and it felt like everything I wanted DIII to be. This game needs more attention, not just from GB's crew and community, but from everyone and everywhere.
I'm a Tarintino fan and I've never seen Pulp Fiction.
This is an oxymoron.
Also, what kind of paper do you guys use for these?
I don't have the skills to do this.
I've played the BoI and FTL for a combined 200 hours this year (edit: last year). If you throw in Spelunky it's probably 250+ hours. They liked FTL and Spelunky, but never really gave BoI a fair shake I don't think.
MGS4 and Uncharted 2, in that order.
Probably Rollercoaster Tycoon.
I just want you on the Bombcast more often. Six may be a bit too many, but they need fill-ins fairly regularly, and Skype is a thing.
Use your keyboard!
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