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My love of survival horror titles is shared my much of the GI staff. Many of us soaked up every hour of Resident Evil 5's cooperative action, reveling it what many felt was the first true co-op horror experience. DreamCatcher Interactive beat Chris and Sheva to the 2-player punch with the 2004 PlayStation 2 title, Obscure. It features a ragtag crew of high school students as they investigate the death of a fellow student and battle an evil that emerges within their class halls. Is this last generation title a thrilling test of courage or a boring back to school slog?
Join Andrew Reiner, Jeff Cork, and Jeff Marchifava and myself as we enter the dark world of Obscure, and stay tuned for the Replay Roulette afterwords. It really turns up the heat.
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I really hate fires.
might i recommend replaying the ps1 classic "MediEvil" ?
Could Jeff Marchifava maybe talk some more? One of things I think is important to replay is the personality of our hosts, and it's hard to connect with Jeff M. when he doesn't talk much.
Also, could we have Dan back on for an Overblood Super Replay? That needs to be done.
Were you really giving them a cookie? :S
that old guy's voice is from the first Assassin's Creed game that is crazy, they should have clean bathrooms in horror games now that would be creepy, wow they actually had a sequel to obsure and they are planning on making a third game.
According to Amazon.com, Matt reviewed Firefighter in the March 2004 issue and gave it a five....
Oh no, that person is on fire!! This cookie will help! lmao this was an awesome replay... You guys should do a super replay of Obscure, that and Overblood needs a return! RAWGHGHAWGH
STILL WAITING FTW!!!!
great as always
Obscure looked better than I remember it, but that firefighter game....whew, what a horrible piece of sh!t that was!
festers quest, and the nes batman both by sunsoft
Wow, those developers really just wanted to make a co-op Silent Hill, didn't they? Too bad they infused it with Resident Evil dialog.
Looks fun though (aside from that running around aimlessly part there at the end of the Replay), I'd totally get this to play with my survival horror buddy.
Is it wrong for me to say that Obscure looks really boring?
you should review one of the Zelda games on CD-I ... classics
Another great Replay, though now you NEED to do Overblood, plus where is Dan I haven't seen him in a Replay in a while
Im not complaining, but stop comparing these old games to current ones.!
I'm too scared to even play that game.