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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A great PS2 First Person Shooter. Never played Xbox version. I just recently played it again and it is still loads of fun. Would be great to get an HD remake for PS3.
Way to go, Tim! That was amazing!
Darkwatch was awesome, and underrated IMO.
Stress Test was awesome, and I definitely think that Dan should be subjected to it. His reaction (and the reactions of those around him) would be priceless.
And my two recommendations would be the level "Moff Seardon's Revenge" for Star Wars: Rogue Squadron on the N64, and the level "Cairo Station" for Halo 2 on Legendary difficulty.
Though I'm not sure if the former of those two was really difficult or just me sucking at it as a kid.
I love stress test
This game was awesome I rent it at my local videostore
Comix Zone would be a good one for Stress Test.
The new bit after replay is epic! keep 'em coming gameinformer
Stress Test was awesome, Tim did an amazing job!
I thought Tim was gonna hit the secret warp there at the end.
Nice job. I'd watch some more stress test.
I've never seen anyone get past that Battletoads stage. Amazing.
I think the enemies you were thinking about that make you go insane when you look at them was in Amnesia. Could be in Dark Corners, too, I haven't played that in awhile.
good episode, stress test was good too.
Stress Test was epic!!! Tim's the man!
I actually remember playing this game, which is sort of a "yay" moment for me, and I'm pretty sure I liked it. It was clunky as hell, but the gun designs were interesting, and the art style for the world and characters was sharp and memorable; I liked that blades were basically on everything.
Alright, that was stresful just to watch.
Stress test was no sweat for Tim. Loved the new segment.