Raistlinhawke says: Every good LPer needs to know their way around a mystery game. Jokes'll have to stretch here, puzzles are more straight-forward and the story's pretty serious minded. A good solid game to challenge those looking to up their LP game.
Raistlinhawke says: Play doh-esque aesthetics and the Saturday Morning humor you expect from late 90s attempts at black comedy. The outlandish art and sound designs are rife with riff opportunities, and whatever faults the gameplay bring just add joke fodder.
Raistlinhawke says: One of the great adventures that fell between the fat folds of Sierra and LucasArts. A dense story ODing on sardonic wit, the puzzles sport some of the best "moon logic" in the genre's history. Plus, the protagonist's an ass, which is always fun
Raistlinhawke says: Entertainingly bad graphics don't do justice to the campy wonders that lie beneath. The omniscient HUD may not draw viewers in, but there's more than enough story content that practically writes its own commentary. A great one for LP greenhorns.
Raistlinhawke says: It's crap. Like, a new level of crap. The closest you'll want to get to playing Link's CDi adventures for your channel. You'll suffer for your art here, LPers, but it doesn't take long for the game's low quality to make your torture hilarious.
Raistlinhawke says: Pure. Video. Game. Class. This one's for the experts, those that roast the ones they love the most. Also damns a keen focus, there are few cheap jokes here, most is going to have to come from the plot and the controls. The best, only for the best.
Raistlinhawke says: Why yes, it is as stupidly wacky as the cover art. This one's to laugh along with, there's less commentary likely when the game's in on the gags. The voodoo doll control interface isn't as innovative as promised either. A great LP starting point.
Raistlinhawke says: For masochists only. This game kicks your ass with the best of them, and not always fairly. Obscure puzzles? Check. Death traps? Check. If you can take the punishment, the dated graphics have only made this beast scarier. Lights out, reaction cam.
Raistlinhawke says: Placeholder until Good Old Games publishes "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream". Still one of the best though.
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