I was in a crappy internet video review of Max Payne. Funny as hell, it was the most horrible thing I could think of.
Now on Blip!
Some of my favorite video games are almost entirely peaceful. In fact, my favorite Tex Murphy games (that I keep going on and on about – should get embarrassing any day now) don’t have you shoot anyone – although the first two games, Mean Streets and Martian Memorandum, allowed Tex to wield a gun, and I don’t think the second game had you shoot a person. Though you do have to shoot a snake. Hey, self-defense, man.
For as long as I can remember, shooting has been a part of video games. Some of the first games I adored on the TI-99/4A Home Computer were space shooters. Even Mario shoots fireballs. I’m putting aside the phallic nature of the gun, because that’ll just devolve into a wildly unnecessary discussion about penises, and I can only deal with two of those a day. Discussions! Not penises!
Aaron’s played some great FMV games in the past, but now it’s time to play a crappy one. Check out the Tex Murphy kickstarter here: http://www.texmurphy.com
[EDIT]: There’s a weird video problem where the PDA lady won’t show up, but it won’t lessen your enjoyment of the video any.
The Price Is Right
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Aaron faces off against a new enemy — Henry Stanf. That’s not a typo.
CORRECTION: Dropped the ball pretty hard this time. Not only can you skip the intro in the iOS version by double-tapping the screen, but it’s possible to skip the intro in the DOS version by right-clicking with the mouse. Good news is this allows me to make a top 10 f*ck-ups video later on.