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Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge is the PSone adaptation of the sequel to a genuine cult PC classic. But the only thing scary about this early survival horror title is its clunky controls and loading screens that can pop out of any corner.
Join Andrew Reiner, Tim Turi, Dan Ryckert, and Ben Reeves as they struggle to look past the horrifying graphics and stilted controls of this 1996 horror title. Stick around for our Roulette where we play another game with terrible controls and graphics. Yeah, that’s right, they made two bad games that generation.
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Ben Reeves & Hanson, I'm not mad, it's like that some times... Work it out...
Alone in the Dark looked bad in an Overblood type way, where as the roulette just looked bad.
What's that you say?
Ben teaming up with the president is not cool?
But what if it was this president?
Gotta warn you, a lot of cursing in this video
The new Alone in the Dark was actually pretty fun. Probably not as fun as a super replay of One-Eyed Jack's Revenge would be, though
Ben has been on fire lately.
good episode guys, thanks.
Here's what 'Replay' has taught me today -
John "Tiberius" Thomson created the Thomson machine gun in 1919 and is also credited as the inventor of the typewriter.
Future president of the United States of America was named "MaR.E.O. Speedwagon Reiner"
I should not play Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jacks Revenge
I should not play whatever that animal spaceship cart race thing was.
Both of those games looked absolutely terrible. But of course, most of the games they play on Replay aren't terribly great.
Both of those games looked astoundingly terrible.
The picture on the front page looks like a crappy mask from Majora's Mask... creeeeepy.
As always, great ep guys, but I could pass on that as a Super Replay.
Excellent replay! I played that miracle space race game at my friends house, and was always like... Yeah, Mario Kart is better.