Rated: 2.5 / 5
“We live in a time where people seem to be re-embracing the corrosive notion that what we want to be true is more important than what is true.”
— Craig Mazin, the writer and creator of Chernobyl
This is what it took to claw my attention away from a board game I’m designing. After being convinced to give it a watch by The Critical Drinker from cocksucking YouTube (and I will continue to use some derogative adjective, even a half-assed one that might not even be considered an adjective, to describe that site until things change or until it burns to the ground to pave way for better sites like BitChute or DailyMotion or something), I gave it a watch. I can recommend it, but with some serious caveats. Hey, if they want to make something based on a true story, they’re going to eat a serious shit sandwich from me, and approved by Jill Valentine, for anything not historically accurate about it that ticked me off. Especially from an event as big and serious as this, which had the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. franchise spawn from it, both the film and the game series, let alone Metro 2033.