Rusty shares the first game he ever did beat. Guerrilla War is all about shootin' dudes and riding in tanks. If you like a lot of boom booms, a forgiving continue system, and Che then this game is for you.
There's nothing Rusty loves more than a good fight, whether he's watching one from a distance or in the middle of it himself. That's why Urban Champion really gets him excited. You gotta punch dudes into a manhole on the street, it's so urban, it's so champion. Check it out!
Rusty is back and he finds a game he doesn't particularly like... Beetlejuice for NES. It was programmed by Rare but still has that LJN sticker on it which explains a lot. Did the people who made it ever even see the stinking movie? Rusty doubts it.
This Christmas, I finally got a chance to experience The Void's "hyper reality" attraction at Disney Springs in Orlando. Hyper reality is their term for how they match your physical surroundings to your virtual environment, allowing you to touch virtual objects like walls and benches. I had been dying to try this since I first heard of The Void, and the fact that they opened up shop at Disney a couple weeks before Christmas was perfect since my family was going there for the holidays. You might say it was... destiny (Snoke face). Read on to learn all about it!
2017 was a year of great games, and although I couldn't play them all, I still wanted to take a look back at what I felt were the best games of the year. So this is the first annual Brizzy Awards; where I give sweet virtual Brizzies to games based on categories I make up to highlight things I liked. There's absolutely no voting, or Twitch participation. It's all about me, Briz, hence the name. If that sounds alright with you, read on!
How does anything ever get done before a Polykill episode? Jake and Trav discuss the term perishable, figure out what to talk about for future episodes, sing (maybe?), and laugh. Getting the show started is tough as Trav forgets how to speak. Jake spends a good portion of this time pouring Coke Zero into a Polykill mug as if that's a normal thing people do. It's all dumb.
Trav and Jake accomplish nothing in the moments leading up to Episode 48. The hosts occasionally break into song and Jake accidentally has his computer spout out super loud music that scares Trav. This is all really dumb and it's your fault if you watch it.
Trav and Jake talk about how to address the #justbeatit's for the hashtag segment of the show. They finally get rolling but Trav gets lost after Jake kicks some cables. Then, Jake trolls Trav and breaks his train of thought. The show finally gets off the ground.
People say life is short and I guess on a cosmic level that’s true but when people say it I briefly panic. I think of all the things I intended to do with my life like visit Europe, write a manifesto, or lose enough weight so that my belly doesn’t jiggle uncontrollably when I brush my teeth. There’s also video games I meant to play and big ones too.