This locked-in death train comes to a screeching halt at its final destination in the finale episode of Bad Guy Javi. How did we do? Stay tuned for the season overview at the very end to find out.
The ol’ stone-n-bone is back on but will it end the way want it to? David might have a thing or two to say about it, or maybe not. You’ll have to watch to find out, won’t you?
Kate is reunited with David temporarily as we do our best to right the wrongs (rights) of Bad Guy Javi’s past. The stone and bone gathers new steam, families are torn apart at our hands, and an old friend tells us we’re making all the wrong decisions. I sure hope she’s right.
The grande finale is upon us… for the second time. Join us as we semi-wonder at all of the things we’ve seen once before. Will it turn out exactly the same as the garbled mess of a video that we were unable to release the first time we recorded it? Will Mr. Wells’ career and body die on the vine and wither away to nothing? Only this episode will tell.
The bone and stone strategy starts to weave itself into the meta-fabric of the game as we continue our Bad Guy Javi series with episode two. We’ll need to step up our game if we’re going to stay true to the spirit of the series. Lucky for us, the end of this episode presents a great opportunity to realign our goals.
The latest season of Telltale’s Walking Dead game just dropped and we’re playing through it with a brand new character – Bad Guy Javier! There’s a surprise guest and a whole lot of really terrible stuff waiting for you in the first episode.
This is the final episode in the first season of the Bald Move Space Program. That means we either accomplished our mission or we failed one too many times and gave up. You’ll have to watch the video to find out which it is.
Jim finally decides it’s time to learn the nav ball in what is our closest attempt yet at the total destruction of Perth. We’re still half a planet away but we’ve got them surrounded.
In this episode, we learn the hard lessons; every rocket needs stability assist, you also have to turn on the stability assist, and even with stability assist things can still go horribly wrong. At this point you should be questioning if we’ll ever destroy Perth.
We’ve learned from the mistakes of our first attempts and we’re back with confidence on our side. Things are about to HEAT UP.