Spend Your Sunday With Watchlist

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Sunday is the time for kicking back and watching YouTube videos, so grab yourself a mimosa or other Sunday-brunch-appropriate food and see what you missed this week in the world of game videos.


First up is a Titanfall glitch that lets you rodeo another pilot, and stay stuck to him even after he dies and respawns. If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be a camera on a stick, here you go. [2:00]

Next up, I did a video review of Luftrausers, because that's just how I roll. It's a small game, so it's a short video, but I think it conveys everything you need to know. [1:22]

Our own Richard Eisenbeis takes a look at Cowboy Bebop: The Serenade of Reminiscence, a PS2 title that never made it out of Japan. [1:34]

Dark Souls II is finally out, and with it comes a whole host of weird secret items. Like this one, that lets you trick people into thinking you're a friendly phantom, when you're really there to kill them for no reason. [16:54]


Finally, this isn't technically isn't Watchlist material since it isn't gameplay video, but it is quite good. Valve released their documentary on Dota 2 and eSports competitions, Free To Play. It's surprisingly engaging, even if you don't know anything about Dota (I certainly don't). [1:15:00]


Watchlist is where we show off gameplay of new and upcoming games. You'll see some videos that aren't on the front page of Kotaku, and hopefully some games you haven't seen before!


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Meh the Free to play was alright... So much hype for it before release though. Maybe because I follow the actual scene pretty heavily that I just didn't care much for it. There is a lot more drama and entertainment than just that in the documentary. Plus theres been 3 internationals since then. A lot of games on the edge of your seat. So one documentary that just outlines a couple games and the premise of 'no one supports me until i win millions' that has been shown in other gaming documentaries, look-backs, road to the championships, whatever you want to call them... It was just ... meh.