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Backloggers Anonymous Too Human Part 2

Ticknology...

Welcome back to Backloggers Anonymous for part two of our three part series on Too Human. At this point, we've finished half of the game (the first two missions) and have gotten a pretty good feel for what the title has to offer.

We get started by talking about the assorted issues that get in the way of really enjoying the title. Some gameplay issues and interface problems get a pretty fair tongue lashing from the team. The game is not without its virtues though, and they get their fair share of time in the spotlight.

If you've been playing along, you've probably got some experiences of your own to share, so sound off in the comments below and let us know how you're experience has been so far.

Fair warning, I'm recovering from a recent surgery, and that means pain meds (don't worry, I'm fine.) Basically, I've been on my couch for a week now watching some of the weirder stuff on the TV, not shaving, and letting my hair grow out of control. In other words, I'm a quick spray tan away from being this guy:

ALIENS DID IT!!!1!

So how does that factor in with my game playing? Well listen and find out. There's even some outtakes on this episode that elaborate a little further, so sit back and enjoy, then get back to trimming down that backlog!


 

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Michael117

12/11/2012 at 03:49 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

LOL, ancient aliens guy! He's one cool cat, you have to be with that hair.

I remember seeing Xplay coverage of Too Human at an E3 and I was kind of interested in the concept. But then the game fell off the face of the Earth and I never heard about it again. The soundtrack you guys were discussing sounds like it would be worth checking out.

Angelo Grant Staff Writer

12/11/2012 at 05:13 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

I had a funny feeling that would get your attention.

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