Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is a mystical, once-in-a-lifetime occurrence. A game based on a film that is only slightly younger than my mortal form. A game almost completely divorced from that film’s narrative. A game that is not at all affiliated with the previous Reservoir Dogs game, which sucked.
Many people had a rather obvious question: Why? Why is this happening? I don’t know, so it doesn’t matter.
Here’s what matters: Steve Buscemi. He’s not in this game, and that’s because it’s illegal to show his face, and that’s why there are no hidden, semi-transparent Steven Vincent “Steve” Buscemis in this video that’s made by me.
What’s this video? It’s the latest episode of SEO Play, a show where I answer questions about video games. Mostly those questions are pulled from Google via autocomplete, but sometimes that doesn’t work out. So I turn to you, the people, to find out what you want to know. More episodes of this are on our YouTube channel, and in the playlist below:
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