So, a long, long time ago, some friends got together to make a fun rap video. They included a reference to the year “2013″ in the lyrics, not really thinking about the consequences. Almost 10 years later, those friends were still rapping and making videos and they realized they’d made a promise they had to keep. And keep it they did, with a day to spare.
Yes! 64K is finally back, but this time with the incredible music of Bradley Rains to back them up on Twenty-Thirteen! I hope everyone enjoys this video. I know we had a ton of fun filming it and putting it together. We’d also like to thank Epic Games and More for being so accommodating about filming in their store!
If you liked the track and you want to help out us and Bradley, you can head over to our BandCamp page and buy a copy. You can also read all the lyrics there and see just exactly how much hot fire Graham and Jer are spitting.
This week is also the… very last episode of CheckPoint on PATV. If you want to keep up with all our comedy gaming news in 2014, be sure to follow us on Twitch. But for now, go watch Now We Console the Loser, where we finally decide who “won” the holiday console battle, PS4 or Xbox One.
And last, but not least, Graham and Paul bring 2013 to an epic end by giving Anarchy Reigns the Unskippable treatment. I don’t really know what this cutscene is trying to say about the future, but it seems to suck. The strippers are just wireframes and all the men look like pin-headed pyramids. Seriously, everyone’s neck is bigger than their brains. Aside from being weird, I’m not sure that’s should even be technically possible.