Unless you're still in the prime of life, there is a pretty good chance you have either played or heard of the iconic Day of the Tentacle, a game designed by Dave Grossman and Tim Schafer in 1993. With Ron Gilbert as co-writer, it was bound to be a success, and we were truly happy to be able to play the game again after such a good makeover. If you like point and click games and you haven't bought Day of the Tentacle Remastered yet, then just do it already. If you need a bit more convincing, check out our videos of the PC version. As for us, we'll get back to our canes and walking frames.
And the message is quite clear, never be without any means of contacting anyone. I love being far away from the crowd/masses as anyone, but I always have a phone fully charged in case I need help. (4 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: Yes, a very good movie. And about a true story as well. A great story about survival and how little we value life sometimes. Just be happy that you're alive and healthy. (4 Hours ago)
This guy is my favorite R6 youtuber.. great gameplay: [url] (4 Hours ago)
The accessory prices are insane.. I hope there's a third party "dock" cable at some point. (4 Hours ago)
I just saw the movie 127 hours. Really enjoyed it. James Franco was rather damn good in it too. (4 Hours ago)
the machines are probably gonna be sold out for a while, no matter the price, like with most console launches here. If Zelda wasn't also coming to the Wii U it would have been crisis. can play on wiiu (4 Hours ago)
@droezelke: I love their games, just not always super happy about some of the other parts :) (5 Hours ago)