There are certain games which lend themselves very well to speed runs, and videos thereof. For some of them, it’s because the game’s a non-linear game like Metroid, where the player has multiple ways in which they can jump ahead of the path and find various hidden items in the game. For other games, because of their visual style and speed of the game, they just fit in perfectly with this type of video–the classic example being Sonic the Hedgehog. When I saw the maps of Town & Country 2: Thrilla’s Surfari, this seemed like a perfect fit for the latter category, which is why I picked it.
Maybe I should have picked something else. Continue reading “Quality Control – Town & Country 2: Thrilla’s Surfari”