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Hello and welcome to Toki Tori, a chicken in time. Serious, why would you combine a Sonic with a Persia prince?


We brought on the boys from WeHateVideoGames again to play the hypest party game of the century is sure to be a hit with the frats, Faerie Solitaire! Not only is it fast paced, but it’s great for yelling at your friends for how much they suck at cards.


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Today we are visited once again by the boys from WeHateVideogames. Their divine leader, Dr. Rance Quest Magnum, imparted upon us the knowledge of how to reset a VCR so that it will stop blinking 12:00 over and over.


David plays a super quality MMORPG, that isn’t very massive, or good for that matter. It really says something about a game when the tutorial level is this unintelligible.


On this First Achievement Review, Stevo plays some Blood Dragon, or rather, forces Logan to sit through 20 minutes of boring credits for a few seconds of gameplay. Way to go Steve. Way to go.


Stevo was forced to play the jet pack calamity that is Dark Void. We were also joined by Dr. Rance Quest Magnum, SpaceFunkyB.O.B, and Keith Courage, the halfwits behind WeHateVideogames! To see their content, check them out at or over at


Troy and Logan duke it out to see who can be the first to unlock an achievement in Justimuss: In God we Trust. Who will win the prize of getting to review the game?


David plays Memory Matrix for the 32X, the newest, bestest simulation of hunting people down in the American revolution. Good thing the world totally ended in 2012, or this game might not be a factual retelling of past events.


Steve plays Shank, a game that everyone should get because it is everything good about a hack-n-slash game, but in Mexico.