PITAthon 2019: You Shall Not Pass Go vs. Resident Evil VII VR

Meanwhile, in the world of Resident Evil VII, Nurse Pretendo attempts to give our hero a helping hand…

Geekade’s getting spooky again with Resident Evil VII VR. But wait, Resident Evil VII is great, but it’s not really a pain in the ass, is it? Well, that all depends on who’s playing it. And who’s playing it is afraid… very afraid.

WHEN: 

Saturday, August 10th from 10pm-Midnight 

Who will be playing:

Dave and Cengiz, the fine folks from the You Shall Not Pass Go Podcast, have had a PITAthon tradition since year 1. And that tradition is to scare the bejesus out of Cengiz for our amusement. This is especially hilarious when VR is involved. So, it only makes sense to strap him into a PSVR to experience the horrors of Resident Evil VII. He’ll be fine, right?

Why it’s a pain in the ass:

Resident Evil VII isn’t a super difficult game. It isn’t a cakewalk either, but what it is is scary as heck. That’s what makes it a pain in the ass for poor Cengiz. There will be screams, it will be late at night, and Cengiz will not be a happy man. Dave will though. Because as proven in previous years, scaring Cengiz is pretty funny. (Thanks Cengiz for letting us terrify you for a good cause!)

That’s all for today. Check back next week for our next game announcement, and a fresh Nurse Pretendo adventure!!!

Kris Randazzo

Kris is the Editor-in-Chief of Geekade. He makes sure stuff gets posted on time, things are speled corektly, and provides his share of content. As an avid consumer of all things video game, Kris spent his formative years collecting cartridges, CDs, discs, and assorted paraphernalia in an effort to amass a video game collection large enough to kill an elephant. He works with Stone Age Gamer, writing for their blog and hosting the Stone Age Gamer Podcast right here at Geekade. He's also the host of the WaveBack Podcast, co-host of This Week's Episode, and can occasionally be found in the pages of Nintendo Force Magazine.

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