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Crying is Not Enough  



Barney (the dinosaur) voices lead in Crying is Not Enough


12:00 AM on 11.19.2013



Crying is Not Enough is trying to get itself Greenlit on Steam. It's like an unwitting spiritual successor to Deadly Premonition, if that trailer is any indication. It's full of amusingly stilted voice acting and features some preternatural elements as its lead tries to bring his wife out of a coma.

Side note, does anyone actually call their doctor, "doctor?" Like, "Thank you, doctor." Sounds like something York would say, though.

Jacob, Crying is Not Enough's lead, is voiced by the guy who has apparently voiced Barney the Dinosaur for the last ten years. Maybe some of you parents will recognize him.

Remember to click the "Greenlight" button if you want in on this madness.  








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