In this extra-large episode of C&L, Shan and Vince explore the Cthulhoid horror of turn-based, gothic horror roguelike, Darkest Dungeon!
Sandy may have his hands full with piles of sentient poop, but will he be able to handle the mighty intelligence of ANOTHER HUMAN BEING?!
James recruits everyone’s favorite heavily armed pituitary case to aid in his conquest of Floor 4 in this episode of C&L!
Today on C&L, the trio lends their insightful commentary to the Capra Demon boss battle, and prepare for their next sojourn into The Depths: an inviting name if I ever heard one.
Our heroic trio of Grizzly Addams, Power Suit Samus, and Helghast Chef continue their quest for freedom today on C&L. Let the verbal abuse commence!
We bust our way into 2015 by kicking the tires on Vince’s new gaming PC! Today we jump into the RPG/RTS/Roguelike/Tower Defense, from Amplitude Studios!
Fresh off his victory over the Moonlight Butterfly, Sandy descends further into the Darkroot Basin. What new horrors await? Find out on today’s C&L!
I feel bad for how long it took me to play SoT. Both because of the fact that it is a game that a friend lent to me, and because of how well-crafted it was once I got a chance to really dig into the mechanics. Developed by Obsidian Entertainment, published by Ubisoft, and written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone themselves, South Park: The Stick of Truth is both everything a South Park fan would hope for from a video game adaptation, while also being a better turn-based RPG than many a “serious” effort in the genre.
In SoT you play as a new kid in South Park; a character created from the ground up. You’re immediately thrust into a bloody D&D-style LARP war between the factions of the Humans (led by Cartman) and the Drow Elves (led by Kyle), as they battle for control of the Stick of Truth. Who so ever holds the Stick, controls the universe (gets to decide the rules of the game).