BattleBlock Theater: Fireside Review

On today’s Fireside Review, Stephen and Bryan venture to the illustrious BattleBlock Theater in search of truth. Hatty Hattington has gone bad– the baddest sort of bad– and that means leaping, climbing, fighting, and perhaps skipping along a co-op platforming adventure for the ages. Absurd difficulty modes are compared to genius level design, placing The Behemoth’s long-awaited creation under a highly distinguished scrutiny, which leads to a numerical score that decides the fate of many. Please do sit down and have a mug of sparkling coffee as you tune into this special broadcast.

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Opening song snippets: Super Buck II and purdieolddays.

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Written by Stephen K

A lover of video games in general, Stephen will happily play just about any sort of game on just about any sort of system, especially if it’s a platformer or an RPG. Except sports games. Sports games are boring.

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