The lights are on
Before Highmoon Studios was tackling licenses like The Transformers and Deadpool, it created a new IP about a vampiric cowboy with a thirst for blood and murder. We saddled up this 2005 original Xbox title to see how she looks after all these years, and we were surprised by what we found.
Join Joe Juba, Andrew Reiner, Kyle Hilliard, and myself as we blast our way through hordes of nightmarish creatures and fail spectacularly at riding a horse. Stick around for our second segment, which is an exciting new addition to Replay.
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oh sweet jesus!
I played the hell outta darkwatch i dont really have to many amazin memories about the game though.
I was just reminiscing about this game and how awesome it would be if GI did a replay lol
Man this game was good, played so much back in the day. Another game I kinda wish has a sequel or spiritual successor.
I was really grumpy this morning due to a lack of sleep. this cheered me up.
Good replay guys. Tim, nice job with the Stress Test! That is definitely a segment I want to keep seeing.
more Stress Test!!! we must see Dan go insane.
Nice job, Tim! I've seen people beat that before, but only after hours of practice. Fun segment.
Stress test is awesome
Two choices for Stress Test.
The final hallway in God of War 2 on God difficulty.(or whatever the hardest was called)
The Impossible Game on Xbox live arcade.
That was some serious block-dodging skillmanship you showed Tim.
For the next Stress Test, Dan playing whatever the hardest part of Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels is.
Never played Darkwatch. I did, however, play Battletoads like mad as a kid and never got past the part shown here. It blew my mind that Tim seemed to get through it fairly easily. I remember my brother and I just playing the first couple "beat em up" levels over and over and over... realizing we'd never get past the speeder bikes.
The second segment was awesome. Good job, Tim!