• Saints Row 2 Gameplay Part 6 Rest In Peace
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    Saints Row 2 Gameplay Part 6 Rest In Peace

    ladies and gentlemen my name is Joseph and so welcome back to another gameplay of saint row – so welcome back and welcome back ND so – we start playing saint rolled – all right so I need go to the main mission that is right over here all right cool so we got a lot to work to do a lot of work to do so nope yep Wow okay I paid this one so alright there we go let’s do this okay I try not to crash oh man gonna crash so I take a short cut I overhear Oh radicals call respect also whoa I could drive…

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    Resident Evil Revelations Episode 4 A Nightmare Revisited

    alright friends so welcome back to my channel I’m just looking my flight my name’s Joseph so welcome back to another episode of where’s evolve a relation this is still part absolute three don’t know when I get to it so for so on my last episode a very scary one monster ever fight before so so searching solo case of psycho through here all right go so we got a key the eyes are the OBS one yeah like my leg I’ll go catch it connected to it Raven looks like we both were too late what are you talking about virus his herd of Guppies in a Josh…

  • CGRundertow WIK: FABLE OF SOULS for Xbox 360 Video Game Review
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    CGRundertow WIK: FABLE OF SOULS for Xbox 360 Video Game Review

    Well, if this isn’t one of the creepiest-looking things I’ve ever seen… So this dude’s a… frog? Kinda? Or a person turned into a frog? And magic happened and he’s trying to save his family, because… there are worms? And a weird bipedal thing that eats the worms. And flies trying to carry the worms away. Lots and lots of bugs. Only adding to the creepyness. I’m gonna go grab a can of raid before I continue with this review, ‘kay? ‘Kay. Another one of those early XBLA games, Wik: Fable of Souls is the story of… this frog dude. I realize Kermit was taken, but can we go with…

  • TSL Plays: Zombie VR Game + GIVEAWAY!
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    TSL Plays: Zombie VR Game + GIVEAWAY!

    Hi guys! Welcome to another episode of TSL Plays. And today we are at Zero Latency at Suntec City, for some VR games. Zero Latency is actually a free roaming VR experience. Ah now I’ve played a couple of them before. But have you guys? – Nope – Have But then it’s like some machine. Then you have to stand there and go ‘piang piang piang’. Isn’t that just stay there. Isn’t that just like normal arcade player? Then can make you wear the thingy. Ok. So I guess that’s pretty different from what we have here. Because from what I hear… The room behind that we’re going into is…

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    CGR Undertow – RAD RAYGUN review for Xbox 360

    The eighties kind of sucked. I mean, the crime rate was high, people were out of their minds on cocaine… But you know what’s funny? Despite all the things that made the eighties suck—the politics, the culture, the pollution—the nerds somehow made the best of it. It was, like, as the real world fell apart, the nerds just…burrowed into their basements and made awesome sh*t. I mean, it was a golden age for video games. Mega Man alone was worth dealing with…Belinda Carlisle. Heaven’s not a place on Earth. It’s Rad Raygun for the Xbox 360. What’s great about Rad Raygun is that…it takes what was good about the eighties,…

  • Play Smart: Understanding The Odds
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    Play Smart: Understanding The Odds

    [guitar riff] [buzzer] Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hey! Who are you? I’m your Play Smarts, sport! I’m here to help you make informed decisions before you start playing the lottery. Scratch-offs have odds, like this one. One in four. See? So the odds show how many winners there are overall in the game. Overall 25% of the tickets in this game are winners. What the odds don’t tell us: where we’ll find the winners. Purchasing a few in a row does not guarantee a win. It’s random! Follow me, sport? It doesn’t just apply to scratch-offs. It applies to draw games, too. Yeah, some people think they can predict which numbers…

  • CGRundertow A VOXEL ACTION for Xbox 360 Video Game Review
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    CGRundertow A VOXEL ACTION for Xbox 360 Video Game Review

    We’ve covered voxels before. Just check out my Pulitzer-ignored coverage of this generation’s most overlooked zombie-shooting sensation, Block Zombies, for evidence of same. But with such potential in the medium, and by medium I mean a hell of a lot of cubes, there are so many more places we can go… like, right back to the beginning of gaming itself, with platforming action reminiscent of a Mario or Mega Man. A Voxel Action plays like a love-letter to this rich history, combining classical gaming concepts with new-school shinyness. And filters. Lots and lots of video filters. Looks kinda like a photoshop project exploded in here. What struck me immediately about…