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#1 Edited by swat200 (292 posts) -

*long drawn out wet fart noise*

#2 Posted by swat200 (292 posts) -

Yep, I'd never gotten the chance to play this back in 1998. So far I'm struggling to see what makes it so cool other then the nifty art style.

#3 Posted by swat200 (292 posts) -

I really really wanted to like this game, But so far the puzzles are so obtuse that I don't know if I can keep going. I've had to look at a walk through 5 times already in the first 3 hours. Every time I read it I tend to shake my head and wonder how the hell I was suppose to know how to do any of that. I really wish they had added in some kind of mild hint system instead of being stuck in the dark all the time.

That being said the game looks great and the asetetic is clearly something unique and amazing. But, in the end this game has the same problem that a lot of things made by Tim Schafer do. All style and very little substance. Sad Day.

#4 Posted by swat200 (292 posts) -

Looks like an accurate list. It should of been Giant Bombs list too other then Brad whining.

#5 Edited by swat200 (292 posts) -

All I see is the top 9 games of the year and 1 wet fart brad cried enough about.

#6 Edited by swat200 (292 posts) -

One does not mess with the Gaben

#7 Posted by swat200 (292 posts) -

And so begins the mass exodus to ustream.

#8 Edited by swat200 (292 posts) -

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[MOD EDIT - Sorry. No self-promotion/advertising.]

Thanks in advance for spending some time and giving us a listen :)

#9 Posted by swat200 (292 posts) -

Iwata proving even more that he has no idea what he is doing, and sinking Nintendo in the process.

#10 Posted by swat200 (292 posts) -

Considering I thought Cole was just a scowling generic dude, Deslin is a much better character from a defining characteristics stand point.