Electron Dance
5Dec/193

Side by Side: Totally Reliable Delivery Service

Side by Side is a video series on local multiplayer games. This is the thirteenth episode of the fifth series.

Joel Goodwin of Electron Dance and Gregg Burnell of Tap-Repeatedly know you are terribly tired of seeing local multiplayer open world slapstick physics delivery games with wacky vehicles but, hey, here's Totally Reliable Delivery Service from We're Five Games anyway. Somehow, the Side by Side team barely scratched the surface of this one, more prone to exploration than getting on with, you know, actual deliveries. Really, take a look at this one because they had a right laugh. Oh and before you watch the video, please note the open beta is available on Steam right now for no pennies.

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  1. They can’t fool me. This is the open beta for the PC version of Death Stranding. If you squint and cross your eyes a little, that delivery guy with the mustache even looks like Norman Reedus. A little.

    (It’s very early here in California. I need coffee.)

  2. Whoa, Christopher. You *do* need some coffee.

    If Death Stranding is anything like this game, then I need it in my life.

  3. Not having a Playstation, all I know of Death Stranding is what I’ve seen in about two thousand YouTube videos. It stars a mo-capped Norman Reedus (late of The Walking Dead) as a post-apocalyptic delivery man who apparently walks across the entire US delivering packages. (There are also a lot of dead people stranded on a beach.) It’s either sublime or ridiculous, depending on which videos you watch. Glutton for punishment that I am, I will of course snatch it up as soon as the PC version comes out next year. But TRDS will do for now.


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