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Ninja Blues

By Shamus
on Friday Feb 21, 2014
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Longtime Twenty Sided allies JPH and Jarenth have – like so many superheroes before them – done some sort of crossover deal and teamed up to make a super-team. This new duo has their headquarters at Ninja Blues, where they will do talking-about-videogames of things, as you do on the internet.

Given the fact that their overall power level has now gone up, we’re going to need to find them some more formidable villains. I suggest Ride to Hell: Retribution and Guise of the Wolf, and if they survive that they can do battle with The League of Every Madden Game Ever.

So if you want to read about videogames or you want to assault the Blue Dojo, just head for ninja-blues.com.

Comments (12)

  1. StashAugustine says:

    I would actually unironically be interested in seeing someone LP a football game. I’ve got a casual interest in football (ie I watch the Super Bowl and cry over the Purdue/Notre Dame game) and I’d like to play the games, but they’re totally impenetrable unless you know what you’re doing.

  2. PlasmaPony says:

    Guise of the Wolf and Ride to Hell? My god men, are you INSANE? Next you’re going to be saying you are going to do ET or Superman 64. There’s no need to be heroes! You can still walk away!

  3. The funny thing is, I own Ride to Hell: Retribution and played it some, and that game is totally worth LPing. It is awful in all the most amazing ways.

  4. Jarenth says:

    Joke’s on you, Shamus: JPH has already played Ride to Hell. And with his sanity still intact, no less!

    Me, not so much. I’ll queue it up to play after Petz® Catz® 2, which is a real game someone really gifted me yesterday with the express intent of tormenting me.

    Thanks for the kind words!

  5. Galad says:

    Would that be an opportunity to update the ‘links’ section on the left, Shamus? :)

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