Masters of DMC Brad and Vinny go on a demon-killing tear, from creepy castles to UNDER WATER!
It's dark. It's moody. It's Russian. Yep, it's another Metro game. Hell yes.
Nope, still not Michael Ironside.
Also provides other, non-year based arcade games like Higemaru and SonSon.
Jeff and Ryan get downright divine in their application of DC Comics fists to DC Comics faces.
Jeff stares down a bag of pork cracklins... and his own mortality.
All I'm saying is, this video has like 100 percent more Faygo than some OTHER videos on this site.
Take that, stupid mailbag!
Apparently the games industry decided to start remaking classic Disney platformers all at once.
The real question is whether the shopkeeper has any new dialogue.
Drew has flashbacks, Vinny walks backwards, Patrick finds love, Jeff and Brad gank creeps.
The good news is that a friendship stealing weapon wouldn't work on me. The bad news is that it's because I have no friendships to be stolen. (╯︵╰,)
Verdict Day sure is a funny way of not saying Judgment Day.
Look how excited these guys are!
I mean, at least Capcom's doing SOMETHING with Mega Man? Right? Right...? Wait, why are you looking at me like that?
That hamburger is going to get cold, and it's all because you couldn't put down your silly card battling game. Enjoy your cold hamburger, I guess.
The sheer grimness of it all is staggering, and wholly appropriate.
Watch all the DC superheroes and villains hurt each other a bunch before you can make them do that yourself next week.
Jeff and Vinny take to the diamond once again to see how many batters they can bean in three innings.
Click this one if you want to hear Brad and friends coordinating their sweet Dota 2 tactics.
Click this one if you want to hear Jeff and friends present you with misinformation about Dota 2.
Instead, it's about friendship, hardship, and the will to persevere... at least insofar as those things pertain to the making of Cloudberry Kingdom.
A remake of a well-liked Amiga game? From some of the original developers? With updated visuals that still have that early '90s sci-fi aesthetic? Dig it.
I'm frankly just happy to see Michael Biehn getting work.
Use your keyboard!
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