Not as good as the main game but still pretty enjoyable.
The VFX work was a bit sloppy, but the story was fun.
The story is ridiculous and unbelievable and I loved every second.
It is what it is. I enjoyed most of it.
I really enjoyed playing the three demo levels while in handheld but in docked mode, the motion controls are massively annoying; it'll be impossible for me to play like that. I'll still get the game, but it'll be handheld all the way.
The Rogue storyline doesn't really change anything but I enjoyed it. Seems like a weird decision to remove it in the first place.
I wasn't sure if I would like this game that much but it's a lot of fun.
I complained on Twitter about motion controls in this game, but after watching this video I don't care. I want it now.
I really enjoyed this although I take some issue with the way they present fictitious storylines as fact.
I read this as "homework" for Do By Friday and I'm so glad I did. The story is creepy as hell and I couldn't put it down.
Even more so than season 1, you should really consider if you're in the right frame of mind to watch a show like this. The last episode destroyed me.
The hoops the police will jump through just to get a conviction is staggering.
Interesting but feels like it's over pretty quickly.
I watched this in the A+E waiting room with subtitles so not an ideal experience.
I love these comics so much. I like how Alex basically fell into doing the "oh no" comics.
The acting is very bad but I still love it.
I hate every character. I hate the story. I hate it so much.
"Yes, we're gonna get a dish rack, and shower curtains, and a cutting board, but if you think for one second that I'm not also gonna get that marshmallow shooter so I can shoot you in the face with marshmallows when you're asleep, then you're the dumbest woman I know."
Andy Dwyer, Season 3, Episode 11
"Jogging is the worst. I know it keeps you healthy, but god, at what cost?"
Anne Perkins, Season 4, Episode 7