Are you sick of Christmas Creep?
Overwhelmed by the Winter Wriggle?
Maybe just annoyed by the Silent Night Sneak?
Then you feel like Graham in this week’s episode of Commodore Hustle. The whole crew has the holidays on the brain, but Graham just wants to do some work.
Speaking of getting stuff done, this week’s Unskippable is The Adventures of Van Helsing II: Inexplicable Sequel Edition. Join him and his ghostfriend lady Katrina as they… talk in terrible accents. And… read off cue cards for like TWO minutes. Yeah, it’s not the most exciting opener, but Graham and Paul’s jokes make all the difference.
Ever realized that you know all the new and exciting things that have happened (and all the boring, stupid, useless things too) because you’ve been spending too much time on Twitter? Well we here at LoadingReadyRun have a solution for that. Have you tried… Not being on Twitter?
Not being on Twitter has a ton of benefits, but don’t take my word for it! Watch our informative video.
Speaking of informative, this week’s Unskippable is extremely informative! If you like knowing stuff that doesn’t seem to make much sense. Drakengard 3’s opening cutscene is long, but it’s less opening move and more “trailer for the game you already bought.” Did I mention it’s weird as hell? You really have to watch this one.
Desert Bus 8 happened! It happened to you, to me, and to all of us! Also all our regularly scheduled videos went up during and after the event because we’re hardcore like that.
First, let’s talk about Desert Bus. We put up a post-Desert Bus video, as is tradition. With so many people and memes to cram in, we decided to do a sitcom parody this year, but with all-new, original music written by everyone’s favourite professional musicians, Andy and Bradley Rains!
Also of note: You can still buy the DB8 poster and the DB7 photo book for a few more days, if you’re into it.
Proceeds from both items are split between Child’s Play (for charity), LoadingReadyRun (for Desert Bus admin costs) and the artists who created them (Mike Lunsford and Andrew Ferguson.)
Finally we put up a brand new Unskippable today for Murdered: Soul Suspect. This guy has too many tattoos, too many trilbies and (spoilers) way too many bullet holes.
In case you missed it, we also put up the Unskippable episode for Bayonettea 2, Part 2 last week and a Feed Dump that was filmed in the Desert Bus 8 Lunar Module location!
Hey everyone! It’s the week before Desert Bus (AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHGHHH!) so I’ll keep this brief.
New LRR video: The New X Games. How do people come up with new X Games sports?
New Unskippable: Bayonetta 2, part 1. Bayonetta is a strong independant lady who don’t need no man, except for the one she has carrying her stuff.
LRRCasts: Have you listened to the second part of cringe stories? Many rockets and some shame.
Friday Nights: Jeskai Mysteries! Cam lost his deck, Graham lost his mind.
It’s Monday! That means:
A) Halloween has come and gone, but we’ll be reading listicle roundups of awful costume choices for the next couple of days.
B) November is here. It’s the rainy season in many parts of the world. It is now appropriate to hide links to November Rain everywhere. Feel free to just link directly to the second guitar solo.
C) New LRR videos!
First up this week we have Superficial Intelligence. Sure those new video games have hyper realistic pixel blorp technology, but how is the AI?
This week’s Unskippable is Watch Dogs. Elite Hackmanship can only take you so far you know. Sometimes you need to take it to the next level with elite punchyouinthefacemanship.
And finally, sometimes you just want to watch something
cute scary. I tried to be cute in this video. It was awful. Well, for you. I enjoyed it.