This weekend is Cinco de Mayo, which is a really good excuse to get drunk while under the guise of celebrating Mexican culture. Jordan and I are getting into the spirit by tackling Guacamelee as our next cooperative adventure. It's funny, visually stunning and wastes little time in its progression system, with new moves dropping in one after another in the early game. These are all things that I can appreciate.
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