Seriously, Capcom, is this devil ever going to cry, or not? Since 2001 they’ve been refusing to answer the possibility. In wild anticipation of Devil May Cry 5, I (Tim Rogers) am revisiting the entire series in my personal time. You can intrude on that personal time live on our Twitch channel, right the heck now.
I estimate I spent around 800 hours playing Super Mario Maker on the Wii U. My friend (and professional Super Mario speedrunner) GrandPOOBear, however, has spent 5,000 hours. I invited him to dissect the Super Mario Maker 2 trailer with me.
Crackdown 3 is available soon! I love it. Then again, I have complicated tastes. I dare not be so bold as to say you will also like it. So with this video, allow me to spell out 10 reasons you might like it. If there were an eleventh reason, that’d be “because you’re me.”
We’re streaming Crackdown 3 with Terry Crews! No, uh, not the real guy. The digital version of him. Sorry for the confusion. Uh, come jump in the chat and yell at me (Tim Rogers) over on our Twitch channel.
Kingdom Hearts III has a lot of Disney characters in it. It also has a lot of original characters in it. In the interest of browsing IMDB while giving my calculator something to do, I determined exactly what percentage of Kingdom Hearts III’s voice cast are “authentic” Disney voice actors.
On the occasion of Crackdown 3 releasing just eleven days from today, I revisited the first Crackdown. I loved it in 2007, and it pleases me to report that I still love it today. In this video, I ruminate on my enjoyment of it and philosophize about why it might have failed to become Microsoft’s “GTA Killer.”
I played all the way through Kingdom Hearts III. I played it extremely underleveled. I did this because I love a challenge and because I was in a hurry. I also did this for you: my struggle forced me to play the game well. That means, buddy, I got tips.
Me (Tim Rogers) and Paul are going to tear through Toy Story world in Kingdom Hearts III over on our Twitch channel. We will skip all cutscenes and not discuss spoilers! Come yell at Woody and Buzz with us in the chat!
Kingdom Hearts III is the biggest, fanciest entry yet in the long-running series, and it’s out tomorrow. Maybe you haven’t done your homework on the series plot. That’s understandable, because there’s a lot of plot. Well, the game just so happens to include a perfect lore explainer that clocks in at just 19 minutes…
Early in Kingdom Hearts III, series primary protagonist Sora returns to his spaceship with his Duck Dad Donald and his Dog Dad Goofy. This nuclear family sits in silence and ponders a crisis.
We played Kingdom Hearts III live on our Twitch channel earlier today. We played on an Xbox One X and skipped all the cutscenes. Here’s two hours of sweet 60fps battle action in Hercules town!
Wow! We’re streaming Kingdom Hearts III. We’re going to play the very first action segment. We will skip all the cutscenes. So if you’re not scared of level-design-related spoilers, come yell at Goofy and Donald with us!
Tim Rogers and I have had Kingdom Hearts 3 for only one full day, and we played as much as we could. Here’s what we think so far. We try not to spoil anything major, but of course, we can’t spoil anything that happened beyond the first ten hours or so. Enjoy!
I love the Kingdom Hearts series. Furthermore, I believe I “understand” the Kingdom Hearts series. After careful consideration, I have decided that Kingdom Hearts III might be an “unreviewable” video game. This is precisely why I suggest you don’t read any reviews of Kingdom Hearts III. I present my case in this video.
I’m still re-playing the first Kingdom Hearts. I’m real close to the end! Come yell at me while I yell at Donald for dying and Goofy for living.
I (Tim Rogers) am streaming Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 ReMIX over on our Twitch channel. Come yell at me in the chat as I yell about Donald Duck! Man, Donald Duck: I love that guy!
New Super Mario Bros. U is the second-best 2D Mario game. New Super Luigi U is an incredible showcase of inventive level design. They came out six and five years ago, respectively, though today you can play them on a public toilet.
Judge Eyes, the newest game set in Sega’s Yakuza universe, releases in English later this year under the title Judgment, and it’s going to include an optional English dub. If you are dying of impatience and would love to watch me live-translate a three-hour chunk of the game right the heck now, I have you covered.
The end of the year puts everybody in the mood to look back. Personally, when I look back, I like to look way back. For example, ten years back. So while everybody else is talking about the best games of 2018, I made a video counting down my ten favorite games of 2008.