Steve: I already own this, thanks. Boss soundtrack for dungeon delves.
Zack: This music, which sounds like it could be the soundtrack for an early 1990's horror TV show, has a 4.5 star rating on Amazon. This is the same rating that David Bowie's Space Oddity has on Amazon.
Steve: I always thought that album was overrated.
Zack: Yeah, maybe bump Space Oddity down to 4 stars. Who listens to any of the deep cuts?
Steve: I'd much rather put "The Fens of Sargath" on repeat.
Zack: Check out the review quotes Amazon decided to pull from the user reviews:
Zack: Not just great for background for a gaming sesh, Tim Andrews likes to throw on the cans and rock out to it. Maybe put it on while he's driving.
Steve: Sounds cool, man. You could blast it while you're driving through the countryside. You can only listen to the The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers soundtrack so many times pretending you are on carrying the ring in your hatchback.
Zack: I can't appreciate these great United States unless I am driving from coast to coast imagining I am battling with kobolds.
Mothers, Danzig warned you in general terms about his nefarious intentions. Now find out what he specifically intends.
Makes baby look too appetizing. Also I have my thigh stuck in one and I can't get it off. It's so tight around the skin I can't cut it without risking injury. IT'S A LONG STORY AND IT'S NONE OF YOUR BEESWAX.
The darkest, most controversial game since Luigi's Mansion.
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.