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The Room Has a Game, And it's Tearing Me Apart

Nic Rueben writes: "Playing as Johnny in all his lumpy-faced glory, you’ll explore the city of San Francisco, undertaking various quests involving the cast of The Room. In contrast to the excuse for Hollywood elitism that is The Disaster Artist, there’s something genuinely heartfelt about this adaption. Each scene is lovingly recreated with a vibrant, pixelated aesthetic, plus you get all your favourite The Room lines that you’ve already quoted to death by this point, reinvigorated through the magic of RPG text boxes."

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