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By Jess McDonell | @JessMcDonell and Edmond Tran | @EdmondTran on August 26, 2015 at 7:30PM PDT
Join Jess McDonell every week, as she gives you five things to ponder about the latest issues in gaming. Warning: may contain opinions. Mondays at 12pm PT
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I'm just a fan of Jess. Wouldn't watch this otherwise :P
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This episode could have gone on for hours!
Saints Row: The Third gets my vote for the best. Honorable mention to Doom, which had pretty clear Evil Dead references way back when people knew what that meant.
Blood Dragon was pretty bad ass. Typing of the Dead was also good.
WET would be my choice. Seemed to be inspired by Quentin Tarantino films like Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill. Maybe not B-Movies but they're kinda designed to feel like that.
I'm a fan of B cups ;)
This was a great list!!! From all those games Destroy All Humans is my favorite. Talking about cheap looking bad acting games Rise to Hell is a "good example". And He's looking great as always
House Of The Dead Overkill, definitely the king of b-movie games.
Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard (2009), Starring Will Arnett and Neil Patrick Harris.
Stubbs The Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse
what about stubbs the zombie,rebel without a pulse?
Destroy All Humans was lots of fun. The UFO was the best.
Yeah how could you forget Duke Nukem?!?
@goodemon: The latest game might have caused painful memories, which are always harder to remember. The whole series fits the topic, though.
Destroy All Humans needs a sequel! That game was awesome.
How could you not put Duke Nukem in there? Holy shit man
@TheDesertDragon: Good one
You forgot The Warriors, Splatterhouse (2010), and Evil Dead Regeneration.
@DrunkenPunk800: But those are actual movie games, not just rip-offs.
@Pawfalcon: Hmm, yeah, not sure if actual movie games would count or not
What about... Metal gear solid.... (Escape from new york)?
Man, I NEED a full AAA retail release of a sequel to Blood Dragon. Think about it! It could be "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon 2: Part 1"
...Or, you know, just "Blood Dragon 2". Seriously, it was too awesome to only be a one-off!
Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare should be on this list, I'd replace Lollipop chainsaw. Blood Dragon was a great choice though.
It Came From The Desert. It was Cinemaware's ultimate game and was inspired by '50s Sci-fi B-Movie THEM! It's also at the very top of the best games I have ever played, I still hope it'll be remade someday.
Destroy All Humans is still one of my Favs
@bonzaibillie_99: I love Destroy All Humans to pieces! I played that game for way too many hours. Definitely up there in my top 20 favorite games of all time.
@bonzaibillie_99: Have 1 and 2 on original xbox . Still haven't been beaten for comedy value for that sort of thing. Saints Row 4 even seems to try and mimic it's greatness at times.
War of the monsters was an awesome game.. I still can't believe they never made a sequel.
@alex33x: It was everything the Godzilla fighting games should have been.
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Kung Fury... free on STEAM AND YOUTUBE
Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse. Was surely a game that was destined to be on this list! But alas no.
@gengis21: Stubbs :), totally forgot about that
@gengis21: Literally playing it on my OG Xbox right now!
House of the Dead, as soon as the name came out of Jess's mouth, I was like smacked by a wave of nostalgia. Even though it's only been a little more than five years since I last played it but I remember it was just one of those steaming piles of crap that everyone appreciates for one reason or another. Whatever, I loved it. Wolfenstein being one of my favorite shooters was nice to see on the list. Good video!
P.S I'd love to see that conversation between the alien and the cow someday.
You forgot the biggest B-movie homage of all.... Resident Evil! Seriously, how can this game/series/franchise not be B-movie material?
@agitoviireborn: This! Bring back like button, please!
@agitoviireborn: Agreed! Also, wasn't Silent Hills based on western b-grade horror movies as well?
@agitoviireborn: lol so true
WHAT!?!? NO LOVE FOR RED ALERT 2!?!?
@J4m3sR4n0r72: i think she covered the whole franchise with that.
This compilation of great games only makes the alan wake 2 video even sadder.
You missed the original Xbox/PC game Stubbs the Zombie. A 3rd person 50's era game where you play a zombie attacking humans. I picked it up yesterday and having a blast with it.
@Sevenizz: That game had terrible graphics even for then lol .
@deviltaz35: Gameplay > graphics...everytime.
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Great The Gist Jess!
Lollipop Chainsaw and Wolfenstein were great and I love Blood Dragon!