What’s up friends of InternetLand?
Due to a number of circumstances, we’ve been forced to take a small “mid-season break” over the past few weeks. I don’t want to bore you guys with the details, because it’s mostly been work and weather related. In any case, C and I have recorded a number of episodes over the past week or so, and some of these have been, in our opinion, the best yet. Here’s a small taste of what’s to come in the near future.
C has devised a short series of challenges called “B Must Die”. I don’t know the specifics (other than part 1), but the name has me on edge.
In return, I’ve come up with a series called “B’s Playground” which will feature a few games that I love, but C has somehow never played. Hopefully I can come up with a few challenges that work out in my favor. Also, I don’t have any intention of playing fair.
We have a new head-to-head challenge in the works that involves us creating the “best” unarmed character in Skyrim. We don’t have the full details figured out for the challenge yet, but don’t worry, because I’m going to win. Woooooo! Suck my knob, C!
– (I don’t know this for a fact. We haven’t recorded it yet. But, you know.)
Lastly, we decided to go against the grain this week in terms of featuring a new release. Everyone and their sister is playing Bioshock Infinite this week, so we grabbed a copy of Army of Two: Devil’s Cartel. We are huge fans of this franchise, so we wanted to give it a try before Bioshock. If you’re curious, check out part of our Let’s Play below.
Take care guys,
Cooperative games are interesting for many reasons, but my favorite thing about them is the synchronicity required to work together as a singular unit. Either you and your partner are in sync, or you’re not, simple as that. When synchronicity is working, you can become and unstoppable force. In Dead Space 3 you can see how B and I were able to sync up at times; while one of us shot the legs out from underneath a Necromorph, the other would be ripping their arms off. When we weren’t synced up with one another, we died, a lot (Dammit B!).
Anyway, judge for yourself here in part 2 of our Dead Space 3 Let’s Play
In the words of the great Ray Narvaez (a.k.a. Brownman)…LLLLLLLLLLLLEEEETTT’S PLAY!
For our first BvsC Let’s Play, we decided to go with a brand new release, Dead Space 3. C is a huge fan of the franchise, having played every installment (usually the exact second it came out). B, on the other hand, hasn’t played more than a few minutes . (B: “Hey C, that game looks cool, can I give it a shot? C: No – GTFO! B: *plays a few minutes while C takes a piss*)
Take a look below, as we work our way through the Prologue of DS3.
Honestly, I’d rather forget this ever happened. We offered the wives a chance to get revenge, and they took it, ran with it, made a blade out of it, stabbed us in the knees, then threw cayenne pepper in our wounds. Not very nice, ladies!
Hey guys! B here. This week I challenged C to collect all 8 red coins before a green mushroom chases him in Super Mario 64. Nostalgia-City! Take a look and see if he can pull it off.
What’s up everyone?
This week, we tried a pretty new game on the PS3, Sony All Star Battle Royale.
Nothing too out of the ordinary here, we play the game straight up, with teammates for the first 2 rounds. Round 3 is 1-on-1. Check out the vid below to see who comes out on top.
Go Team B!!!
Ok, so titles may not be my strong point. Same with crouching. And mario, apparently.
Either way, check out our latest episode, in which I challenged C to a “Last Man Standing” version of Super Mario Bros Wii. The only catch is that we had to crouch the entire time. Sounds simple enough, right? Enjoy!