David flies solo in what the runtime assures me is a very efficient and effective assassination of the final Hitman Elusive Target.
Yep. That’s a Toilet Demon, hee ho!
Brunker & Jack start to relive their high school years as a hipster photography prodigy… so familiar territory all round. Also, David is in there somewhere in the corner.
Hey, talking cat, how about a sneak attack?
Pant. Pant. Pants & volleyball, that’s how you make bonds.
We live an honest student life to increase our knowledge whilst remaining inoffensive and existent.
The Adventures of Jab McStabby continue as some real cool s**t happens, but also some much less cool s**t, but all of it definitely mostly to him. And this blonde guy. Also a cat.
Jack sets sail on his greatest adventure yet; his first JRPG. Join him as he dives headfirst into Persona 5, as natural a starting point for the genre as any.
Internal Robots attempt to battle the forces of forgotten controls and the threat of Face/Off plot twists to complete this Hitman Elusive Target.
This Hitman game is pretty alright. Hitman (2016) – IO Interactive