Merry Christmas or whatever generic holiday or icon celebration you choose to idolize. We here at NoobFeed should be getting ready to warm your heart for some Game of the Year awards, but until that time, everyone is stuffing their faces and basking in commercialism. Not me though; yours truly cares about the entertainment and information rate of our dear readers. That’s why this holiday season, I’ll be looking over a variety of games we might not have discussed thoroughly yet.
We’ll wind down from yesterday’s slaughterhouse in Hotline Miami with a crappier stream of Rush Bros. This indie game tries to merge rhythm and platform game into one by letting stages react to a player’s music. It’s possible for custom tracks to play while trying to maneuver through the excruciating challenges of levels filled with spikes. It’s reminiscent of a poor man’s Super Meat Boy, but there’s an insignificant multiplayer aspect to it for those that enjoy sucking in tandem. I sure sucked at the game, though it’s partially the loose-fitted controls. You can get more info from my time with the demo. The video playthrough will be put below. A word of warning: My connection dropped without my knowledge, so my apologies. Also, it was adamant on having my music in there, so it's going to be loud. For more streams and action as it happens, you can always check out the TwitchTV channel.