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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