It starts with name tags, then the “Circle of Life” program, and finally flying death platforms with ion cannons.
Good hiding spot, Ness.
This is why you don’t play perma-death local.
You’re on my naughty list, Nintendo…
Never point a Nerf gun at your face. Unless, you really really want to.
Well he isn’t wrong. Ness, technically isn’t real.
For once Rick is getting out before all the supernatural stuff starts.
Harvey would have been better off challenging Rick to a game of Chess for his soul.
Harvey and Ness are doing pretty good at being accidental ninjas.
Gonna have to get Ness a doggy door… wait… that’d be a regular door. What would you call a doggy door in a furry universe?
I’m not sure if I’d be more happy or sad to watch ROB slowly crush an NES cart…
This is an awful lot of work for just one zombie.
Harvey and Ness’ quest for a zombie army is put on hold.
Don’t look at me like that. Everyone has a good set of controllers in reserve for when guests come over, right?
Now to get into Area 51 and catch Mewtwo!
Wounds heal, collectibles don’t.
And thus, Kade’s perfectly legal Pokemon Go adventure begins!
Grape Escape, on it’s own, isn’t that bad; but the commercial is just bizarre https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2rCP1BpDms
You’ve activated my trap card! Now I play Monster Reborn for the twentieth time!
I know that’s not exactly how 13 Dead End Drive works, but you have to make it sound good if you want to entice a couple of ghosts.
Harvey sure does like those dice.
At least Harvey had fun at the beach.
Seems perfectly normal to me…
At least Ness doesn’t need to breathe.