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Dashing for Dollars on Saturday Morning Hangover

Mar 17 // Conrad Zimmerman
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We had another passably entertaining time on Saturday Morning Hangover this week. We checked out Dollar Dash, recently released on Xbox Live Arcade and wound up with some mixed opinions. I thought it was pretty fun, though the AI opponents are perhaps a bit too challenging. Jordan started to get a little tired of it by the end and Katrina... well, Katrina doesn't like anything she isn't immediately good at. You'll see how that goes.

As ever, we also played the week's Xbox Live Indie Games demos. Battle High 2 was a pleasant surprise, a considerable improvement of our memories of the first fighting game to bear the name. Master of the Seven Teas is a cute, piratey adventure on a small scale which was charming, apart from some questionable control design. And Cootie Crusher was just strange enough to keep me playing three levels longer than we rightfully should have.

All this, plus a trip to the Dafoeverse where the existence of Drowning Pool's "Bodies" is finally justified. It proves that God had a plan all along!


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An avid player of tabletop and video games throughout his life, Conrad has a passion for unique design mechanics and is a nut for gaming history. He can be heard on the comedy podcast () and str... more   |   staff directory

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