The Critic decides to try putting out a video every week instead of "whenever I feel like it" and the first one is on the 3D platformer EDGE! Hoorah. Or something.
What happens when the Critic tries to sing, and somehow ropes in a load of people to cameo? This happens.
McGunn rides a minecart to hell in virtual reality!
McGunn explores the ten best ROM Hacks for the SNES!
The bonkers plinky-plonk potfest continues as the Critic goes in depth on the topic of the eternally ridiculous Reefer Madness. Part two of two.
Its no secret that I dislike Puzzle games, but in every bunch I can find SOMETHING enjoyable.
Gaming has some great worlds, but the labs at Aperture Science embody full character arcs. Let's take a look.
Time to prepare for the angry mob!
The race for cake!
Ever wanted to gaze into the maw of insanity? Now you can!
Thrills! Spills! The Critic being violently assaulted and reverting to his default settings! Oh, yeah, and there's something about a video game in here somewhere. Probably.
VROOM VROOM. Or something like that. Mega CD Month continues with Jaguar XJ220. One of the few racing games on the Sega CD, and it's actually quite fun. Most of the time.
The Sega CD wasn't all bad! Honest! Well, it mostly was. There are a few games worth mentioning though.
Be wary of staring into the abyss, for the abyss will stare into you.
The Critic tells blatant lies about a time he went skiing, and a polar bear apparently gets shot or something.
The Critic Core's debut episode, in which he takes a look at what happens when hip-hop is dragged into the 19th century and given a thoroughly British makeover. Warning: may contain teapot-induced mishaps.
Grandpa plays video games against a torturous computer in hopes of cake.
Grandpa's quest for cake lands him into a mysterious portal.
Here is G1 McGunn with a personalized E3 recap. In a nutshell.
The Lawnmower Man is a strange, but oddly entertaining SNES game.