Watch as I finish Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. What a fitting end to one of the most important video game series of all time. My final review should be up early next week.
Watch as I play chapters twelve through fifteen of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. My thoughts from day four: Naughty Dog managed to create both the best written and best looking game this generation. To me, this is the new measuring stick against which all Triple A games should be compared. Check back tomorrow 5/14/16 as I will be streaming the remainder of the game, and come back next week for my final review.
Watch as I play chapters seven through eleven of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. My thoughts from day three: I’m glad I didn’t seek out the second half of the E3 Demo so the best action sequence of the series wasn’t spoiled for me. The real standout sequence actually came right afterwards, however, with Drake and Elena’s emotional exchange in the hotel room. Check back tomorrow 5/13/16 as I will be streaming the next few chapters, and come back next week for my final review.
Watch as I play chapters four through six of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. My thoughts from day two: It’s a little slower to get into the action than I’m used to, but that’s a small price to pay for the tremendous character development we’re getting. The Last of Us influences are clear, and Uncharted 4 is better for it. Check back tomorrow 5/12/16 as I will be streaming the next few chapters, and come back next week for my final review.
Watch as I play the first three chapters of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. My initial thoughts: It’s the most visually impressive game I’ve ever played, and it’s fun as hell. Check back tomorrow 5/11/16 as I will be streaming the next few chapters, and come back next week for my final review.
Check out Xur’s location and inventory for 10/02/15 – 10/04/15.
Keith earns the Stormcaller subclass for his Warlock.
Check out Xur’s location and inventory for 9/25/15 – 9/27/15.
Check out Xur’s location and inventory for his first visit to the tower since the Taken King has dropped.
Keith earns the Nightstalker subclass for his Hunter.
Ryan, Eunice, and Keith take on the majority of the Taken King Story.
Ryan and Keith discuss Bungie’s latest stream of the Shield Brothers strike coming to Destiny with The Taken King expansion on September 15th, 2015.
The bros finally toppled Destiny’s first Raid, The Vault of Glass. Check out videos of most of the raid below:
Final Boss – Atheon
Keith and Ryan discuss Bungie’s Destiny: The Taken King detail reveal stream from August 19th. Oh, and they play Destiny.
Keith and Ryan of gametimebro.com double team the Sepkis Prime Nightfall Strike. — Watch live at http://www.twitch.tv/gametimebro
Keith wakes up early and Ryan stays up late to meet Xur in the Tower. In this impromptu Raid Time Bro, Keith plays Prison of Elders with his Titan for the first time and gets an Exotic he hasn’t gotten yet. — Watch live at http://www.twitch.tv/gametimebro
Ryan and Keith take on Omnigul in the Nightfall Strike. With all three elemental burn modifiers, it proves itself to be quite the challenge.
Keith takes Sweeney through the Prison of Elders for the first time. Sweeney gets an exotic weapon.
Keith laments the four hours he spent on Destiny farming ether chests on Venus. Check out the loot he got. Spoiler Alert: It’s depressing. His legendary heavy weapon engram may or may not turn into an exotic at the end of this video.
The bros are back to failing at Destiny as they attempt Prison of Elders Level 32 – The Forever Eater.
Steve, Ryan, and Keith repeatedly fail at slaying Urzok the Hated and basting the Turkey Man.
Ryan and Keith rely on the kindness of strangers to complete the Prison of Elders for the first time. gametimebro streams weekly on twitch.tv/gametimebro.
On Episode of Raid Time Bro, which can be seen at twitch.tv/gametimebro, Steve, Tim, and Keith play the Daily Heroic Mission on venus The Archive.