English Immersion s04e03: When destroying things is the right thing Por Jacinto Muñoz Publicado en 27/11/2016 3 minuto leer Comentarios desactivados en Immersion s04e03: When destroying things is the right thing 0 (Lechería, November 27th. Yakuza Webzine).- It is just impossible playing video games without breaking things; and that’s precisely the main point of the last episode of Immersion. Even in family friendly games such as Mario Bros, breaking blocks is the main core; obviously this is more graphic in games with more violence and action. However, it is that easy destroying all that stuff in real life? That was precisely the leit motiv of Burnie Burns (The Amazing Race) and “lab rats” Gavin Free (The Slow Mo Guys) & Michael Jones (Achievement Hunter) in the most recent episode of Rooster Teeth’s Immersion. To answer this question, the crew of this awesome show spent countless man-hours and endless resources to build a unique obstacle course only to watch it be destroyed by our dear “lab rats”. Tougher than it seems Nevertheless, reality proven to be harder than fiction, and that’s why the first attempt of Gavin and Michael failed completely. For that reason, a second attempt was prepared, but this time, the objects were built as fragile as they look in video games. Fortunately, our “lab rats” didn’t waste their second chance and managed to clear the course, although they almost ran out of time. By the way, the device for keeping our guys motivated deserves special mention. Burnie gave Gavin and Michael a bomb. Yes, he gave them a real C4 bomb with a timer. At the beginning I thought it was fake, and at the end of the first attempt it seemed that way. However, in the second attempt they had a little too much charge in the device (which was admitted by Burnie himself); although thanks to that we could watch an awesome explosion, which was a great finale for a great episode. By Shougo Amakusa (@shougoamakusa) Click here if you want to go to Rooster Teeth’s official website. If you want to go to Immersion’s official website, click here. Click here if you want to go to Rooster Teeth’s YouTube channel.