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  1. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: The Binding Of Isaac - Afterbirth - Episode 4

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: The Binding Of Isaac - Afterbirth - Episode 4:


    It's no secret I love the hell out of this game, and how it has expanded, but today I want to do Episode 4 of The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth, developed by Edmund McMillen, who is also known for being part of Team Meat and the Super Meat Boy games. Hope you enjoy this let's play, thanks for watching.
  2. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth - Episode 3

    by , 16th-January-2020 at 20:44 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
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    Been a while since I did a episode of The Binding Of Isaac, so I figure I would jump into the Afterbirth DLC. Hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks for watching!
  3. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: The Binding Of Isaac - Rebirth - Episode 2

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: The Binding Of Isaac - Rebirth - Episode 2:


    To end out this week of 4 videos. I decided to bring it down a bit for some mindless, ridiculous, and even crude fun with episode 2 of the Binding of Isaac: Rebirth let's play. Like the first episode, this is just me fucking around, trying to beat the game. As there is so much content in this game, doing a complete walkthrough probably would take forever, so I figure I would just do episodes like. ...
  4. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: The Binding of Isaac - Rebirth - Episode 1

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    It's let's play time! This time I decided to do episode content of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth. Reasoning for episode content? The game is such a big game, there is so many playthroughs, so why the hell not? I hope you enjoy it. It's quite long, but it was a lot of fun, and it's crude at times as well. Thank you for watching, you all kick ass \,,/
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