SQH Reviews: Day of the Tentacle

The second ever video review of a game I have already played and intend to spoil the living shit out of for your viewing pleasure is here:

It’s LucasArts’ celebrated classic (and the first game I ever bought on CD-ROM, back when my pubes had barely grown in): Day of the Tentacle.

Recently re-released in a fancy Remastered edition by Double Fine, it is still every bit as spectacularly funny and brilliantly designed as it ever was. And, yup, I just spoiled my own spoiler-packed review for you there. So I really just saved you 30 minutes!

If you insist on watching it anyway, you can do so here:

(As a side note, yes, I realize one of my Patreon goals was to do these sort of reviews once a month. I clearly underestimated how long these things take to make. My patrons have been very understanding so far, but I really wish I hadn’t said “monthly.”)

SQH Reviews: Inherit the Earth

Thanks to the benevolence of the Patreon backers, I now present to you the first ever SQH Reviews — a.k.a. “Save Game Theatre.”

This is a new video series where I take a detailed look at a game I have already completed (unlike my Let’s Play series, where I play games I haven’t).

And since I assume you’re like me and primarily watch YouTube reviews of games that you have already completed, I run through the entire story and spoil the shit out of it.

Let me reiterate that so there’s no confusion: This review has spoilers! Like, a lot of ’em.

And if you don’t want to watch the entire video to find out what my thoughts on Inherit the Earth are, here’s the short version: It’s a good game, but it was rushed and there are some parts of it that make absolutely no goddamn sense (hello, dog maze!).