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Penny Arcade - PATV - First 15 – Riptide GP2

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edited September 2015 in The Penny Arcade Hub

imagePenny Arcade - PATV - First 15 – Riptide GP2

Gabe and Tycho play a game for 15 minutes and then judge it accordingly. This week they play Riptide GP2. You can watch the full length version of this episode here.

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    LittlestarsLittlestars Registered User regular
    That is the most uncelebratory nonvictory I have ever seen. Granted I haven't seen many. Still, I have played a game or two involving races and the expectation I have when crossing the finishing line is that awesome shit happens, fireworks go off, everyone else is labeled a loser, and I get a trophy that says I'm the best at everything.

    Finishing that paragraph, I saw what looked like a spaceship giving off a kinda cyclonic vortex in the water and the game turned into F-Zero: Jetski Edition, which, you know, I'm just gonna count that as a redeeming quality.

    That said, the game that Jampy and Marshy conceptualize is a game that I would purchase before the game that they are actually playing.

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    EmmetRyanEmmetRyan Registered User regular
    Wow, what an exceptionally bland, ugly, boring looking game. The idea that a bunch of people worked hard on making it is kinda depressing. I'd rather have my name on Big Rigs or Ninjabread Man (which are at least funny in how crazy bad they are) than this cube of grey nothing.

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    darleysamdarleysam On my way to UKRegistered User regular
    Meant to comment on this last week when I watched this, but I'll do it now.. why is the water banked in the corners? Water doesn't work that way. 'Being level' is one of those fundamental things to what water tries to do. It does not lean.

    If they wanted to make Wipeout, then they should've just gone ahead and made Wipeout.

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    YoungFreyYoungFrey Registered User regular
    darleysam wrote: »
    Meant to comment on this last week when I watched this, but I'll do it now.. why is the water banked in the corners? Water doesn't work that way. 'Being level' is one of those fundamental things to what water tries to do. It does not lean.

    If they wanted to make Wipeout, then they should've just gone ahead and made Wipeout.

    Making it water just helps show how inferior it is to Waverace, which came out almost 20 years ago.

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