The lights are on
In June, we played Batman Forever for an episode of Replay. That game had us laughing for a variety of reasons, but it was topped by the Replay Roulette that succeeded it. Featuring seemingly-random scripted deaths, the most stilted control scheme on the planet, and some awkward plot twists, it was a sure-fire candidate for a future Super Replay. Instead of sitting on the idea for long, we threw it into the PlayStation and began recording less than two months later.
Watch below to see the original team from the Roulette (Tim Turi, Jeff Cork, Andrew Reiner, and myself) attempt to conquer a game that's aged even more poorly than we expected.
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Yes! remember laughing my head off for this
Oh man! I had this game for PC, but I could never get past the first level because the game would freeze! I always wanted to buy it again someday to see if I could get past that damn loading screen at the dock's doors.
this is the best bad game in ever!
Really?!! No, just no! a wth I'm gonna watch it any way...
There is no way that this will be anything other than 100 percent win.
Wow, it looked like a terrible 3D Blackthorne moment at 28:30. Hilarious stuff. This has the makings of a wonderful Super Replay.
poor tim of all the games out there you get the worst for super replay
Best intro yet.
I was just wondering, GameInformer people, why on earth do you hate Tim so much? You play all the good games and leave him with these awful ones.
Well, I thought about coming up with one t-shirt design per episode, but because jconner800 reminded me of the "oil slick" sequence, I was inspired to do another already, enjoy: http://i.imgur.com/28Uhd.jpg