RouLetsPlay, a portmanteau of Roulette and Let's Play, is an ongoing Achievement Hunter Let's Play gameplay series that debuted on September 29, 2016. The series stars various Achievement Hunter members.
“You know that rusty looking raffle drum Geoff bought forever ago and they hardly ever use? Well today, you finally learn why!”
A rotating cast of Achievement Hunter hosts spin a big barrel full of balls with names of random games at the end of each video to see what they're playing next. They then pick a ball from a bingo/lottery spinning thing and it has games' name written on the ball on it. Then they play that game (they also pick the next game at the end of the video, as a little tease for what game to expect next)
The games may be community sourced or from the Achievement Hunter crew, themselves.
Welcome back to RouLet's Play, the show that totally had that sweet name the last time you watched it and we totally thought of it ourselves and no way no how did we snag it from the community. That - well, that would just be crazy. Jack, Geoff, Ryan, Jeremy, Gavin, and Trevor are ready to become invisible spooky spookmonsters and stab the f' out of the non-monsters. Well, as long as they don't get shot to death first. It's The Hidden.
You know that rusty looking raffle drum Geoff bought forever ago and they hardly ever use? Well today, you finally learn why! In Let's Play Roulette, the gang must record a Let's Play in a random game from their raffle drum. Have a favorite game you want us to record? Know a classic Let's Play you wish would return? Leave a request in the comments, and the most requested games will be put into the raffle drum along with our own personal favorites.
September 29, 2016
Who is Billy Zamboni?
Jeremy, Gavin, Trevor
Achievement Hunter uses process of elimination to appear to be intelligent in another round of Trebek-less Jeopardy.
For a game called Killing Floor, the monsters sure do come out of every which surface. Can Achievement Hunter survive the zombie horde?
The AH boys try their darnedest to weld up their safety doors to keep the baddies out. They cry for help, but nobody can save them now. 30%. 20%. Only a few more hits will bust the doors open. No escape. Time to ready your gun. Oh, you sold it between rounds and didn't buy a new one? That's no good.
The wheel of blood has been spun and the game has been chosen. Now it's time for Achievement Hunter crew, their least favorite Australian, and several hundred of their closest twitter followers to play some Quiplash 2! Will the audience get their jollies from our American heroes, or will "LazarBeam" Lannan use his kangaroo/shrimp n' barbie/other Australian stereotype-like charm to be the most tip-top quipper?
The RouLetsPlay wheel has spoken! It's Gents VS Lads in a supersonic acrobatic rocket-powered battle-car battle! In Rocket League's Drop Shot mode, there are no goals until they start making holes. Will the Gents steamroll as they stroll to the goal, or will the Lads patrol keep whole control?
On a murderous cruise of dandies and dames, everyone's a hunter and everyone's a target. The AH crew will use stealth, strategy, and cunning to throw knives at each other and hide in the bathroom. They might even assassinate the right person from time to time.
Jack, Gavin, Jeremy and Lindsay play a silly game to try and break every bone in their body. Speaking of silly, they also forgot to turn the in game music off. Get ready to enjoy some royalty free rock hits!
Sam Fisher may have been blacklisted from being a spy, and Tom Clancy may have been blacklisted from being alive, but none of that matters in multiplayer mode! It's Achievement Hunter Spies vs Achievement Hunter Mercs. It's the third-person dudes vs the first-person dudes. It's hackers vs slackers. It's machine guns vs squirt guns. I think you get it by now. Two trios doing different things, facing off to be the best Splinter Cell: Blacklist team in the office. Maybe in the world! Is anyone even playing this game anymore?
Spin and spin and spin around. What game ball will now be found? I guess you already know, since we picked it at the end of the last episode. It's time to shoot your friends and disregard ancient architecture for the sake of that sweet double kill! That's right - it's Tomb Raider's super-forgotten multiplayer mode! Lara Croft and a bunch of other random character models are ready to use whatever means they need to win this free-for-all fight. Guns. Bows. Arrows. Explosive barrels. And lots of bullshit spawn point proximity mines.
The Achievement Hunter crew made it through the last round of roulette spin time unbloodied. Now they're ready to shoot some arrows into each other's faces in some Towerfall Ascension. Thwip! Right through the eye socket. Thwip! Straight through Geoff's hand. How do you think it got cut in the first place?