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News video games 13 December 2022, 16:53

author: Damian Gacek

High On Life - Tammy and the T-Rex and Other Movies

In High On Life you can watch the entire film Tammy and the T-Rex. However, this is not the only movie you can enjoy.

High on Life had its premiere today. Many gamers were curious about this title, especially as one of the creators of Rick & Morty was involved in its development. However, fans were surprised by the fact that you can watch the entire Tammy and the T-Rex movie in the game. It is worth noting that this is not the only movie you can watch in High on Life.

Tammy and the T-Rex in High on Life

Tammy and the T-Rex is a horror comedy released in 1994 that tells the bizarre story of the titular Tammy and her boyfriend. The story has the obligatory elements to guarantee a hit - a mad doctor, a brain swap and a mechanical T-Rex. Prepare for an unforgettable experience (though remember not to expect a masterpiece).

To watch the film, all you have to do is sit comfortably on the sofa in the main character's living room – very easy. Don't forget the snacks.

Other movies in High on Life

However, Tammy and the T-Rex is not the only movie the studio has prepared. If you look at the television regularly between gameplay, you will be able to watch other full-length movies and various shorts. So it's worth taking a break from the game from time to time to see what's on TV. There is even a movie theatre in the game.

Of course, implementing an entire movie into a game is not a new idea, it has also been used before (although it is not something common either). However, it is worth noting that High on Life has greatly expanded this element of gameplay enrichment. It will certainly be remembered by players for a long time to come.

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. He started his professional career as an English teacher. A member of Gamepressure since 2019. During this time, he has been writing for various departments. Currently, he mainly covers guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. He has been interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. When he was younger, he wrote a scientific article on video game translations. An enthusiast of RPGs and strategies, he also frequently dives into the depths of indie games. In his spare time, he is working on a book and learning film editing.


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