Puk and Jimmy have a UU-ish battle! Enjoy!!!
While not live commentary, this battle is still highly entertaining and well worth your time. Don’t skip it!
Here’s an epic battle. Again, wasn’t able to play good for the whole game with some costly mistakes, but the match was fantastic none-the-less.
Wow, last Tuesday, on the 5th of March to be precise, South Park: The Stick of Truth was released. For some reason, I completely forgot about this game. I remember it from last E3, but somehow confused it for Family Guy (Back to the Multiverse,) which has already been released. Jarrod started playing it, and when he told me about it, I went on a road-trip and bought the game immediately. I just completed it mere seconds ago, and I must say right off the bat, this one’s gonna end up as a high pick in my 2014 Game of the Year feature. It’s simply an incredible game and one totally deserving of your money.
I compare the experience to past classics like Knights of the Old Republic II and Paper Mario: The Thousand Year-Old Door. For starters, it’s made by Obsidian, the guys responsible for KOTOR II. You’ll find a similar equipment system with excellent customizable options. The fighting system itself is based more on the Paper Mario series, which is fantastic as its more action-based and doesn’t feel as tedious as some classic turn-based role-playing games. The biggest advantage of Stick of Truth is the game’s license. The humor is just unmatched and you’ll have plenty of laugh out loud moments during the 15 hour adventure. Be warned however that the game doesn’t care whether it might shock you or even offend you. It’s comedy is brutal and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I just wanted to write this quick little article to tell you all that if you’re worried that this is just another license-based game, don’t be. It’s an awesome videogame on its own, but also manages to capture the spirit of the show flawlessly. Jarrod should have a review up on Wednesday for those that still have doubts. Be on the lookout for it as it should prove highly entertaining!
Come witness one epic lost and two epic failures.
Steven records some wi-fi battles live as he shows you what’s going on in his mind during a match.
Our first ever multi-battle!
I recently downloaded Pokemon Dream Radar on the eShop which allows you to capture the terrain forms of Landorus, Thornadus, and Thundurus and transfer them to your copy of Black and White 2. Got a bit nostalgic there and decided to see if I had any battles saved up in my game. This is the result.
Come witness three battles for the price of one!
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Charizard Y is a beast. A must have in my book that I haven`t wrote yet. Look forward to it in 2015.
Steven rambles about PokeBank until he realizes there`s a fight going on.
Jarrod offers his final impressions on the Bravely Default demo released on the 3DS. Thanks again HeWhoEnjoyTehVids for the info.
99% of encounters with Garchomps usually end in a lost for Puk. Is this the battle that ends that trend?
Steven explains why Double Battles is a great option for users serious about Pokemon Battling.