The lights are on
Popping in an old game and talking about our memories is always fun,
and that's why it's a blast doing Replay every week. However, some
games are so iconic that a simple 20-minute episode just wouldn't do
them justice. That's why we do Super Replay, a feature in
which we play through the entirety of an all-time great. No
edits, no skipped stages, no speeding-up the video...this is the entire
game experience, beginning to end.
While we already delivered what Nintendo fans were clamoring for -- a Super Replay of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past -- I wish to bring something to horror fans who have fond memories of
playing their PlayStation alone in a dark room. In 1998, Capcom
perfected the survival horror genre with Resident Evil 2. It
capitalized on everything that made the first game great, while
polishing graphics, story-telling, weapons, and environments. Wandering
the zombie-infested streets and Police Station of Raccoon City is a
gaming memory I'll not soon forget, and it's one one wish to share with
you in the form of a new Super Replay.
What character will we play as? How long will it take? Can I win
without dying?Can I beat the game faster than Dan's five hour playthrough of A Link to the Past? All these questions and more will be answered in our
Part 4 (Guest - Jeff Cork)
Part 3 (Guest - Ben Reeves)
Part 2 (Guest - Dan Ryckert)
Part 1 (Guest - Andrew Reiner)
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Good game choice guys, keep getting good games! Tim, your doing great on these replays, you easily have some of the best commentary for them. Keep it up and good luck on part 2.
Awesome. I never played the Resident Evil games but I hope I can find the old ones. Awesome Replay guys
Got a couple of comments on the first video:
-Ah, the infamous Keeper's Diary... you could actually find that again in the Lost in Nightmares DLC, but anyway...
-At least in the first game, I almost never aimed up to get headshots. Just used the shotgun when they got close enough, and got one-hit kills on the zombies.
-I remember hearing about an Easter Egg where you check Wesker's desk in the STARS office 50 times you'd find a picture of Rebecca Chambers in a basketball outfit. Creepy.
-I also liked how in RE 3 you can run back and forth down the hallway three times and then on the fourth time a zombie will bust out of a police car or a dog will jump at you. The game pulled that off very well.
-Hated the zombie doors.
best choice of game I could've hoped for
??? There are people who haven't played Resident Evil 2???... o.O
wow you guys make it seem fun. when I played it, it was dreadful and everything creeped me out.
Good choice! My favorite of the series!
awesome episode good stuff
The licker cant be too hard to kill, his brain's exposed.
Back in high school I probably played through this game more than 20 times on Dreamcast (counting one A or B campaign as either character as a playthrough). Needless to say, I love it and I'm glad to see it on super replay. I hope it doesn't take you more than three segments. My record is 1hr. 58mins.
Man this makes me realize how much I don't really like RE 4 and 5. Zombies, great atmosphere, and bad acting>>>>Rediculous action.
"Unnngh" Hardy har har!!
Yay! Another Super Replay! I absolutely loved watching LttP, so I can't wait to see how RE2 turns out. But you need to include some sort of "You watched the whole thing" words, just for fun, I think.
yes i can hear it too.my fav RE title.also is the guy that comes out later in the game the one that doesnt die WHO is that???i always wandered and when RE3 came out and i seen nemesis i played re2 again to see if it was him in this game but the guy had a treanch coat.anyways if you guys know who it is PLEASE tell me i STILL dont know who it was.
update:you just started talking about the guy i meant hahaha mr.x
Woo Hoo! Part 2!
Nice job on Part 2 Tim. That G-Mutant thing is SCARY. If I had ever played this game, going through it blind, it would scare the crap out of me.
Can't wait for Part 3! :D