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Posted by XeroxedmessiaH

Here we go!

Edited by TheManWithNoPlan

Alex Navarro is, The Wolf Among Us.

Edited by Colourful_Hippie

Well listening to Alex just killed my interest in buying Beyond right now. Maybe I'll try it when it's cheaper

Posted by Snail

Alex Navarro is, The Wolf Among Us.

Now you've made me want a mod of that game featuring Alex Navarro. Voice acting and all.

Think about it.

Posted by swat200

God I love watching these 2 every week

Posted by Genfuyung

@colourful_hippie: Go get it from a redbox for 2 dollars. I beat it in one 11 hour sitting and thought it was incredible.

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Edited by Cagliostro88

Blight Club Blight Club Blight Club!

Posted by bledsoe9mm

the wolf needs to have faith that belichick didn't go out and get wr's , he believes these young guys will develop as the year goes on

Posted by TournamentOfHate

Bayonetta 2 and X(sequel to Xenoblade Chronicles) are coming to WiiU in 2014 aren't they? Those are definitely two games to be excited about.

Edited by bunkerbuster05

After Indigo Prophecy and it's kung fu Matrix fighting, I was kinda over it.

Heavy Rain was reigned in, but still had some awful acting a a terrible twist like M. Night Shamalan.

Halfway through Beyond, it's Indigo Prophecy TO THE MAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

I'm just kind of done with David Cage. Patrick is right, he needs an editor.

Edit: I forgot to mention all the birthing scenes. Yeah, multiple birthing scenes. What the fuck man.

Edited by TPoppaPuff

I have yet to play Saint's Row 4 and will play it as Nolan North with the North voice, but I can definitely get behind a Nic Cage voice in SR5. I just got done playing SR the 3rd as Nic Cage with the Troy Baker voice. It's great because in the DLC several times he mentions how he can't act. It's great.

Edited by Sarumarine

I will never get tired of David Cage impersonations. Everyone just kills it when they try.

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Posted by Draxyle

After Indigo Prophecy and it's kung fu Matrix fighting, I was kinda over it.

Heavy Rain was reigned in, but still had some awful acting a a terrible twist like M. Night Shamalan.

Halfway through Beyond, it's Indigo Prophecy TO THE MAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

I'm just kind of done with David Cage. Patrick is right, he needs an editor.

Edit: I forgot to mention all the birthing scenes. Yeah, multiple birthing scenes. What the fuck man.

It was really weird to discover that Heavy Rain was actually well grounded compared to Indigo Prophecy, having only watched a play-through of the latter for the first time last month.

I'm sad that Beyond goes more in the direction of Indigo Prophecy, as David Cage is just awful when it comes to mystical/magical stuff. They actually cut out some of the "magic" bits from Heavy Rain; it created a whole bunch of plotholes, but the experience would have been ten times worse if they had left them in.

It's such a shame; because I like so many of these ideas of interactive storytelling. We might not have gotten Telltale's The Walking Dead if not for Heavy Rain leading the charge. Cage really needs to stop letting his stories try to be everything at once.

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Posted by mrthee

I 2nd a David Cage game featuring Nic Cage.

Edited by ScrambledGregs

The more depressed and wolf-like Alex looks in the images for this podcast, the more I want to listen to it.

No, that doesn't make me a furry. I think.

Edited by RazielCuts

Can anybody give me an end spoiler time stamp for the Beyond talk? Thanks.

Edited by clumsyninja1

The best part of Beyond is the interaction with world and the action scenes that portrait this world; other than that, David Cage need to focus on characters and their personalities and less on the Supernatural aspect of his games.

Edited by Fairbrethees

I loved Enslaved. It was a bland boring game. It's story was wonderful though, handicapped only by the fact that it was trapped within the confines of a video game.

Posted by ninjalegend

Blight club is pretty good. Still sounds like a movie name after getting it's point across of "This is me playing bad games". Could be followed by a Blight club 2: lycanthropic infection.

Posted by smellylettuce

Thanks Guys, Bombin' the AM has fast become some of the highlights of my week. Also looking forward to BlightClub. Can't think of anything to top that name... "People's Wart" "The Joy-Suck Club" "Close Encounters of the Worst Kind" "Terms of Disenfranchisement" "Scrutiny on the Bounty"

Edited by Joby

Why isn't this on a podcast stream? I'd really enjoy listening to this but I have no desire to sit and watch their big bubble faces for an hour.

Posted by bkbroiler

I feel like Alex's Beyond review is the most honest review I've ever read. Sorry for the hyperbole.

Posted by bkbroiler

@razielcuts: I don't think they spoil anything? They mention a few scenes that happen, but nothing that will spoil the game for you.

Posted by jimmyfenix

Nothing but cocaine and blowjobs for Nintendo from here on out

Edited by MeatSim

I couldn't even finish Indigo Prophecy. I think David Cage needs more then a editor.

Edited by falling_fast

this is a lot of stuff relevant to my interests in one video.

Edited by JZ

Uhh patrick monkey and trip do fall in love at the end, very bluntly at that.

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@jz said:

Uhh patrick monkey and trip do fall in love at the end, very bluntly at that.

Patrick just watched a LP that didn't have the end intact. Cut him some slack. Playing video games is hard!

Posted by DudeSupreme

As someone who has lived in Chicago for most of his life, the Bears are (and will be for a long time) a solid B-tier team.

Posted by cthomer5000

@patrickklepek I feel you absolutey nail it in your comment about the strengths of David Cage's stuff being the least fantastical elements. The strongest segment in Beyond (which i don't think you have even played) is the "homeless" segment. Unfortunately I felt the game was largely front-loaded with best, most human writing. The fantastical shit, and the straight up action-movie shit that Alex openly questions, ends up detracting from the story overall and occupies the back half. I was completely on board after 3-4 hours. Sort of meh but 7-8, and just kind of wanted it to end after hour 9 (i think it took me 10-11 total).

Anyway, great show. love you guys!

Posted by James_Hayward

All in for the idea of ... Blight club. Bring it on!

As usual. Excellent work guys. This show is becoming one of the best parts of the bomb.

Edited by GunsAreDrawn

I didn't hear a david cage impression, thanks for the let down of a description.

Posted by apoloimagod

Gosh, Patrick is such a Nintendo fanboy :-P At least Alex tries to be a bit more honest/balanced about it.

Edited by soubriquet

Their discussion about writing and the ridiculous fantastical apocalyptic stories hollywood loves to fall back upon reminded me of this video.

Posted by djou

Yes, Blight Club! Make it happen.

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