I watched the trailer, last night, in the PS Store, and after initially getting past the terrible male bass voice calling out the special moves, I was all, “This looks fucking great!”
Tim, come to Mug n Bun with me next weekend!!!!!
I feel like I’m supposed to think 20 min is too long for a review but it’s Tim Rogers so I’m actually thankful.
I would love to play The Legend of Zelda as a boy.
I was locked inside of a Toys R Us once. It’s not as fun as you would think. (I closed that night and had to open the next morning. The assistant manager and all of my co-workers literally forgot about me in the span of 10 minutes.)
Is Truck Heck available for the Nintendo Switch?
I can’t wait for this to come to NINTENDO SWITCH.
This is a good video. You make good videos Tim Rogers.
Shout out to San Leandro! Is Los Pericos the best Mexican food you’ve ever had?
“four bro dudes will be on a boat in this game together, and one of them will say hey, the sunrise looks nice, and the others will be like “Yeah, dude.” That rules.”
My birthday is always January 1, 1900. Maybe there’s a centenarian out there who wants to watch a video for Fallout DLC but I haven’t met one...just gotta throw off their age demographics.
Does this game stand alone, or do we need to know the stories and characters of the previous games? I’m a sucker for everything you’re talking about and this game looks awesome, but I have no interest in playing the previous however-many games.
I subbed to Kotakus youtube because of this article and only because of this article.
I would argue that the most important thing is context. A lot is lost in translation, but the question is whether or not it detracts from the game. You can have some heavy changes like they do with the school text of Persona 4, but they change it enough to reflect both the content of the game and everyone else’s…
I’m so impressed by the courage of sticking a shriekingly funny (and touching for a few seconds there???) punchline at the end of this (the 28 minute nine-parter about FFVII).
Saw this video being pushed around on the Kotaku main page for the better part of the week, wanted to read an article about it, but refused to watch a video about something when I could spend half as much of my time reading and move on. Decided that I was going take the plunge and just watch it to see if the “wacky”…
This conversation has made my day better, now I will definitely watch the video when I get home this evening.
Nintendo’s witch, Princess Daisy Bayonetta, washes her hair with conditioner once a week. You’re going to cosplay as her. You were also born stupid, however, you will not die hungry.
Tim, I clicked that. 7:57 ago. I’m paused, but I promise, I’ll follow through. I’ll take the whole thing.