SHORT Musical REVIEW: PS4 Version
How do you review a 3-in-a-row matching game?
I have no idea…
…oh i know! We shall use the medium of rap.
Do you crave ‘dose tips, to stay cool with the kids? You wanna know what’s hot or not? You want that juicy clickbait?
You come to the right place as we dish out some top, top tips for the over 30’s who wanna stay super-radicool. No-one’s crying in the shower tonight, no-way hosay.
The gentleman behind Future of the Left has been a busy chap, but enough chitter-chatter. Here’s a sneak peak of the 4th Album from Christian Fitness.
Meaty isn’t it.
Yes, I’m sitting within a real office environment following such sage advice. Remember, it is a trap.
I acquired the game on release with wholesome bright-eyes and a whistle in my heart, before writing my initial thoughts a week later.
A whole months dedicated play later, I finally feel comfortable in dishing out a score. Yes, you heard right, it took a month to fully absorb. That’s the kind of hard hitting hot-take you can expect around here.
Oohhh, what number did it get?
For those that have already read the review, why not skip directly to the score, and give an even mightier nod. If you disagree with said numbered score, please read through the word-parts for a full and frank explanation. If you are still troubled by the score afterwards, please register a complaint at the passing clouds, whilst shaking your fist.
I’ve noticed a hardening in recent years, a more callous approach to the well being of our fellow human beings. Quite frankly, you meatbags are disposable.
Especially if you’re young.
It taken a couple of days and hazzah! Thimbleweed Park has been gifted the sacred magic of a number next to some thoughts.
It was strangely difficult to do, as I imaginary wrestled my nostalgia demons. Anyway.
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Subjects I attempt to steer clear of on a daily basis. It’s also doing the rounds on various gaming websites, but I’ll make an exception this time. The more people that see this, the better.
Samuel Coster takes to the stage to talk game development and cancer.
Enjoy the work of a lunatic.
I lasted till 1 minute 22. Anything beyond could incite violence or gift the ability to see into the dark realm.
One of the gentlemen* who created one of my favourite games* of all time, has returned to the genre* he helped popularise. Thanks Kickstarter.
Guess I should review this really. I mean, I did throw money at the idea. For comparison I’ve put some of my 2014 thoughts about Broken Age at the end of review.
Ronald Gilbert* / Monkey Island* / Point and Click Adventure games*.