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Retro Review: Tom Clancy’s Ra...

Here's what I think (and thought) about Rainbow Six, one of the few gung-ho military shooters that require the player to think and stuff. Note: t...

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Review: The Wolf Among Us (Season 1...

Don't look now, but there's a Wolf Amungus!...

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Let’s Talk About Boring Upgra...

I think this is Bunnyhop's pet-peeviest, nit-pickiest, pettiest video ever. But no. Seriously. Video games, please stop doing this. This vid...

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Review: Valiant Hearts: The Great W...

This game has a "throbbing hint pigeon" in it....

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Two Months Later, Gone Home Is Still Asking Us What A Game Actually Is

Two months ago, I made a Gone Home review and said that I'd like to follow it up with an in-depth, deeper and more spoiler-sprinkled sec...

Retro Review: Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six

Here’s what I think (and thought) about Rainbow Six, one of the few gung-ho military shooters that require the player to think and stuff.
Note: this video tries its hardest to ignore anything that happened after Raven Shield.
And that ridiculous plot that involved eco-terrorists waiting out the apocalypse inside of a bio-dome.

You can find Rainbow Six on GoG here (note: As an AMD user, I had to rollback to older drivers to get the game working correctly): http://www.gog.com/game/tom_clancys_rainbow_six

This video uses music from audiomicro.com. Opening track is called “Retro Police Chase.”

Review: The Wolf Among Us (Season 1)


Don’t look now, but there’s a Wolf Amungus!

Let’s Talk About Boring Upgrade Systems

I think this is Bunnyhop’s pet-peeviest, nit-pickiest, pettiest video ever.

But no. Seriously. Video games, please stop doing this.

This video uses music from audiomicro.com

Review: Valiant Hearts: The Great War

This game has a “throbbing hint pigeon” in it.

Review: Shovel Knight

The most descriptive game title since “Wargame.”

Japanese Indie Games are Rad!! So is Crimzon Clover!


George spent his week getting into some real weird stuff. Some of it was freakin’ rad. Some of it was borderline embarrassing.

How long has it been since you’ve played a demo? Here are five:
Astebreed: http://edelweiss.skr.jp/works/astebreed/download.html
Revolver 360 Re:Actor: http://crosseaglet.xii.jp/game/R360R/download.html
Crimzon Clover: http://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/winnt/game/se481428.html
Recettear: http://www.carpefulgur.com/recettear/downloads.htm
Fortune Summoners: http://store.steampowered.com/app/203510/

Special thanks to @sahakieli & abmuff for translating emails!
How the hell did I manage to make a video about Doujin games without showing any of the porn?

A Picture Worth a Thousand Words (E3 2014)


George frames an unconventionally positive outlook on E3 within a usually false truism.
Note: this one might feel a bit shorter than usual because one thousand words isn’t actually that many.

Some rad music provided by http://binster.bandcamp.com/ Check it out!

In case you missed them, conferences are below in order of entertainment value:
Nintendo Digital Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GisRY6h100U
Microsoft Press Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsV4E0JUlsw
Sony Press Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9Y5qkNDcK8
Ubisoft Press Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWvJq-pLeko
EA Press Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCHM4QTMJVg

Review: Watch Dogs

One of the most marketed, leaked, pirated, berated and praised games of this year finally falls under George’s watchful eye. Who watches the Watch Dogs? We do.

Transistor Story Discussion

WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILERS AHEAD

Transistor is about something. Let’s figure out what!

Review: Transistor

Transistor is a game about “a post-postcyberpunk digitized reality” or something. Would fans be interested in a follow-up feature trying to decipher the story? Lemme know, I’d be interested in doing it.

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