‘S.M.A.S.H.’: The Last Resort is a must-play title
“I’ve never felt more alive, like I’m doing something I love,” he said.
“I think it’s because I’ve been watching the show so much, so much in my life.
It’s kind of like watching a movie.
What’s happening?’ “
You’re like, ‘What’s happening?
It’s so intense.
It just feels right.”
The game, of course, is in its fifth season.
So much of the drama is centered around the players’ relationship with each other and the city of New York, but there is also plenty of heart-wrenching drama on display as they grapple with a seemingly endless series of events that can’t be explained.
Some characters may be more than human, and there are hints that one or more players may be in the custody of the FBI.
But for the most part, the show has been a remarkable journey, and one that’s kept me glued to the screen and my phone for months now.
I’m not alone in feeling this way.
While the game’s world is not one I’ve ever seen before, the characters have a depth and nuance I’ve never seen before.
And as much as it might be hard to believe, there’s a lot of emotion and emotion behind all of it.
I can’t say I’ve watched a movie that felt as real to me as “S.R.I.P.,” but I’m pretty sure I’m going to be watching “SMAH.”
For the most complete look at all of the new season of “SMMASH” on Fox Sports GO, head to foxsports.com/smsash.
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