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    Wow. This is getting really hard. Really really hard to pick one playlist playlist for our final formal solo Furbottom's Feaure. So if you will, allow me to cheat a little. There were two playlists I saw (and probably many I didn't see!) that were certainly worthy of this final place in the queue. Solo Feature Carnivore Carny by LevelDesignGuy Furbottom's Difficulty Rating: Expert Expert difficulty playlists will be challenges even for BattleBlock veterans. These levels are put together with no regard for the safety of your prisoner. Innovative and deadly exercises await inside these demanding levels. Doubly so on Insane Mode! *A special note regarding Prisoner unlocks: Remember you can complete either Story mode Furbottom’s Feature to unlock this week’s featured Prisoner. If the Solo Feature is too hard, try Co-Op and vice versa! You can even recomplete current Features you have already played! Dang, spoilers amirite? I'll begin with a runner up recommendation worth searching for: Grave Velocity by MasterrQuentin. This was an amazing set of levels with really great new puzzles and surprises I had never seen before--and I've seen a LOT of levels. Really well made and worthy of a feature... and it IS a feature: Master Quentinn took the time to recreate it for Steam and it's our final Solo Feature on that platform. It was nearly a coin toss between that and our final feature on XBLA, Carnivore Carny. I say nearly, but Carnivore Carny edged out the competition with intensely creative action-puzzles and play that pushes the mechanics of BattleBlock Theater to the maximum allotment of craziness. This reminds me not of BattleBlock Theater as it is, but what it is capable of. It's all presented in a fair and educational way, so even though this playlist is worthy of it's Expert classification, it teaches you enough along the way to make it as smooth as a buttered up baby. Let's take a look: This silent siren seems stumped attempting to suspend this stray savage. This weary ward should have watched out for wayward weapon-tools. Once in a while, i just don't know. I just don't know with every fiber of my being. Sometimes I see something so strange it could only be described as Cecil. What is Cecil? That's a question we may be asking for the entirety of our lives. Try to figure it out yourself as Cecil is you prisoner unlock. Receive Cecil after you complete this or our Coop Feature starting this week!
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    I was playing through this, I'd already braten it before it was featured, I get a gem and stamper says "Have you done this before?" I laughed
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    YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA lol what? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plz-bhcHryc
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    Written by Erin Solo Feature Grave Velocity by Mister Quentin Difficulty: Expert Expert difficulty playlists will be challenges even for BattleBlock veterans. These levels are put together with no regard for the safety of your prisoner. Innovative and deadly exercises await inside these demanding levels. Doubly so on Insane Mode! One of my favorite things about the levels in BattleBlock Theater is the way the various blocks play with momentum, and instead of a static environment for the player move within, the levels take on a life of their own. Thanks to the interaction of dozens of dynamic blocks, levels can throw player's around like a rollercoaster, or cast them as tiny engineers, tinkering at intricately interwoven puzzles. With a little care and a lot of attention to detail, level designers can guide players through an experience that may be far more thrilling or intriguing than a novice platformer fan might normally get to experience. I bring all of this up because Grave Velocity doesn't waste any of this potential. There are ideas here I wish I'd used when I was designing the main campaign, and I can rest assured knowing that the clarity of BattleBlock Theater's editor, as well as the game's inherent strengths, will continue to draw great designers. It's either that or we start investing in some cells to hold them in. Nice thinking, cats. In honor of those who've enjoyed cooking up something great in our level design kitchen, I give you Cecil, Cooking Cat! Comes with complimentary bowtie and poofy chefs hat. Enjoy! [Featured playlist 13 November 2015]
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    I was almost surprised that it wasnt featured, but then I realised that it was featured on the steam version, because it's sooo good.
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    Something is happening. Something is happening and I can't tell if it's a ridiculously elaborate joke or not. https://www.reddit.com/r/bindingofisaac/comments/3snfk4/weve_done_it_boys_solved_for_real/
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    Yeah I definitely agree to that! I was test playing a game earlier (gow3) and it seems that you have to download an 8gb update to play the game, so if the standard is 8gb then that's going to be a whole lot of memory used up. I'd imagine the 8 GB is just a one time thing where all of the necessary emulators and such are installed, but that could also be wishful thinking.
  9. 1 point
    The whole starting list is incredibly underwhelming, hope to see an increase of more AAA titles.
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    That is some serious maturity right there, folks. Give him a hand! Don't be such a..
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    [insert basketball team here]
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    Well today I played two games start to finish: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and Off. Brothers was pretty alright, I had to use keyboard controls which was horrible since the game was definitely meant for a gamepad. It's a nice short little game though, I played it start to finish in four hours and I enjoyed the visuals and the story. Definitely get it on sale if you can though. Off was pretty awesome, it's a freeware RPG game made in 2008 and I heard about it from people who were comparing it to Undertale. I spent about 8 hours playing it and got all of the endings (to my knowledge), and it's a pretty fantastic little RPG. The story and visuals are pretty weird and creepy but it breaks the fourth wall in some super cool ways, the soundtrack is pretty rockin', and it's got a bizarre mind twist waiting for you at the end. It's totally worth checking out if you enjoy Undertale or Earthbound-esque games in general.
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    I think you'll have way more fun with Sunset Overdrive.
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    Look at me, not even having the game for a week and already posting it's OST
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    Finished Gunpoint, once again, great game, highly recommend it to anyone.