Sonic Dreams Collection and Other Stuff You Might’ve Missed

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The weirdest Sonic games ever in years, the 1989 Batmobile and Advance Warfare!

We’ve been streaming a dickload of stuff lately. More often than not, two games a day, three days a week. We realized sometimes we don’t publicize what we’re doing very clearly, so HAHA we’re listing them in an article posted on a Saturday with little publicity or provocation!

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For starters, we posted we’d be streaming our SummerSlam predictions in WWE 2K15, but what we didn’t tell you clearly was that we were going to show you the Michael Keaton Batman & 1989 Batmobile content recently released for Batman: Arkham Knight. Yay, right?! Thing was, Twitch completely shit the bed. Not knowing what else to do, we went ahead and “streamed” for no one. Here it is, in case you missed Arkham Knight’s coolest, most insubstantial DLC yet! Which you most definitely did. 

Thanks to our Patreon, we now do a Nintendo livestream every Thursday at 3PM Pacific time. This week, for some boring ass reason, Hank chose to play Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker., but we also wanted to surprise folks with a quick look at Advance Wars 2, released this week on the Wii U Virtual Console. As it turns out, Hank is pretty badass at Advance Wars, and he’s got a a ton of info on the series, as well as ample pointers on the game. I’m glad this happened.

Last, we have perhaps the greatest video of all-time! You may’ve noticed that we were streaming the N64/PSX Mission: Impossible game in a somewhat failed attempt to capitalize on a Tom Cruise movie that’s almost a month old. Sure it was for The Laser Time Shit Show, and YES, that M:I game is noticeably shitty, but we had very little patience for it’s antiquated brand of terrible when we knew we could fire up the Sonic Dreams Collection at an time. Apparently, a recently “leaked” quartet of “official” Hedgehog-based Dreamcast games hit the web this week and everybody was desperate to see what all the fuss was about, thus our will to play through Ethan Hunt’s game self destructed in little more than 10 seconds. Just hit play and keep reassuring yourself that none of this is real. 

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