It was fun but I wouldn't watch it again.
Not a perfect movie, but it's "perfect" in that it was enjoyable all the way through.
Didn't really add anything that isn't in the movies.
Favorite female video game character: Aloy, Horizon Zero Dawn
A game that's so bad but so good: Bishi Bashi Special, PS1
A game that hit an emotional spot in your heart: Gone Home
Favorite game developer or studio: Naughty Dog
Favorite male video game character: Sully, Uncharted
A game that not enough people talk about: Shadow of Memories, PS2
Favorite villain (Be mindful of spoilers): FizzCo, Sunset Overdrive
Favorite game as a kid: Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3
5 of your favorite video games: See this post
A game or series that you've never been interested in: Smash Bros
A game that never gets old: Mario Kart
A game that everyone should play at least once: Red Dead Redemption
Favorite genre: Single-player story-driven
That game you REALLY should have played by now: Last of Us
Favorite indie game you played recently: Golf Story
This is horrifying and depressing. Burn it all to the ground.
I watched this as homework for Cortex #81.
Nick Pisa can get in the fucking sea.
This show keeps getting better.
I didn't really know anything about him beyond "murderer" so this was pretty interesting.
Also, he's not that hot.
Gary Oldman is amazing but I found this boring.
Maybe they should just stop making live-action superhero movies.
Not sure how I missed this when it came out but this was a lot of fun to listen to.
The artwork is incredible. Going to read Spider-Verse as soon as possible.
I couldn't bear to read any more of this. The story is so incoherent.
Kelly Thompson can do no wrong.
Damn this was good. Definitely need to play through again and be a bastard this time.