Undertale – The Patch Game Club

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Join Gus Sorola, Meg Turney and Ryan Haywood as they discuss the RPG, Undertale on this week’s Patch Game Club! This episode originally aired on November 25th, 2015.

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  1. You do not do Untertale justice in this video. Why even have a Game Club if not a single person on the show has finished the game???

  2. This game takes like 3 hours to finish and they clearly didn't finish it once, not even one route. They are talking about it like they are judging the entirety of it when they haven't finished it. UGH

  3. I'm very amused that Meg actually thinks she's on the Genocide route. HA! You have no idea. In order to get genocide you need to kill literally EVERYTHING! It's not possible to get it without grinding every area until nothing is left. Meg was simply on neutral.

  4. NOT TECHNICALLY A SPOILER BUT IF YOU WANT TO DO EITHER TRUE PACIFIST OR TRUE GENOCIDE THESE ARE SOME HELPFUL HINTS TO DOING THOSE MODES SUCCESSFULLY

    IF YOU WANT TO FIGURE OUT THE GAME MECHANICS BY YOURSELF DON'T READ

    The way to talk your way out is you pick the MERCY button and choose spare. You just have to keep doing that until they no longer want to fight. Sometimes you have to choose ACT and do a certain action in order to be able to spare them. You can also flee if you're doing true pacifist and don't feel like fighting. The game doesn't require grinding in order to finish but if you're doing true genocide you have to grind for monsters to fight until you get pulled into a fight sequence but all it says is "but nobody came" If you don't get the required number of kills per section then you will get a neutral ending

  5. It'd be nice to see them check back in once they've finished the game, but otherwise it was great to hear! Glad that so many people are enjoying Undertale–it warms the cockles of my cold, jaded heart.

  6. i really think they should do a follow-up or bonus video AFTER they've all beaten the game because so much happens that i'd love to hear their opinions on! also any of the three endings are really good imo and i hope at least one of them goes back and does the pacifist ending!!

  7. Man, it makes me sad that it's so obvious that nobody has actually finished the game – even just getting the neutral ending would change the vibe of his review immensely. I'm still glad this got onto game club though!

  8. It still confounds me that there are people who don't know that you don't have to kill anyone in this game, when it literally says just that in the description on the Steam page and in the trailer.

  9. Kinda disappointed that they obviously didn't finish the game (or maybe just aren't trying to spoil?). Because they mentioned the spider bake sale but not Muffet? because Meg's decision not to buy the spider donuts would have affected that battle. Also toward the end Ryan was talking about the different endings and what happens when you try to replay.

  10. Meg didn't do Genocide, she did neutral.

    Neutral is what most people get the first time they play, if they haven't seen anything about the game. Genocide is where you kill EVERYTHING. Where you literally walk around ever area, and KILL everything, until you'll enter the combat screen, and it will say "But nobody came".

    Pacifist is pretty much were you talk your way out of EVERYTHING. You can play the ENTIRE game without killing ANYTHING. You can spare Toriel, Papyrus, Napstablook, etc. EVERY BOSS, Even FLOWEY. You don't have to kill any of them. Hence the reason the tag line for the game is "The friendly RPG where no-one has to die".

    And I hope Meg understands. EXP, and LOVE stands for. EXP = Execution Points, and LOVE = Level Of Violence. Meg is a monster. Killing poor defenseless monsters. 🙁

  11. Heh, If you all enjoyed it as much as you say, I'd highly recommend you all try and play through the pacifist rout sometime! You three will probably never see this, but there is so much more to Undertale that I'm sure all three of you will enjoy!

    Also, I have a feeling Meg is going to have a bad time :V

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