The lights are on
With the release of the first Shadowrun RPG in nearly 20 years, Game Informer's office is abuzz with excitement over this beloved series. Rather than just talking about our memories of the Super Nintendo Shadowrun title, we pulled the game out of our vault to test our memory of the early minutes of the game.
Although I played the game religiously when I was young, my memory of it wasn't as sharp as I had hoped. Come see how I fare, as Matt Miller, Jeff Cork, and Tim Turi try to help me out. Stick around for a very special second segment that you all wanted to see after listening to Game Informer's "bad game" podcast. Hint: It involves two-headed snakes and sentient totems.
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I tried this game when I was younger but I couldn't get into it. Maybe I should try it again or I might try the genesis version instead.
I've always wanted to see this in action :)
Hey new replay.
congo is abysmal. i'm now a little more interested in the new shadowrun. good episode.
This would have made a much better Super Replay. I would honestly like to see Reiner do his first Super Replay with this game.
I really enjoyed watching you guys play Shadowrun, but that Congo game was hard to watch. It was very disorienting.
I rented the Genesis version of the game from blockbuster and played it for a couple of days and then one of my roomates loser friends stole it.
Please do a Test Chamber on Shadowrun Returns! I can't afford it right now, so watching someone else will have to do.
Love the music in the SNES version. The title sequence is fantastic.
Tim was right about the Fargo money lady.
Will we be seeing a Shadowrun Returns Test Chamber? If so, please show some mid-game areas if possible instead of the beginning.
Why not have Dan? Seem like his kinda game lol.
awww congo, the movie tht scared the crap out of me when I was little but couldn't get enough of it, good times.