Basically what the title says although I have seen the Big Rigs, God and Generals, and Charlies Angels reviews and have also seen the glory that is the button mashing intro.
There was one about the history of Gamespot that was very funny. Greg and Jeff talking about how their forefathers built gamespot.
It was a faux-History channel show and one of the most entertaining pieces of content ever on that site. Too bad I can´t find it anywhere.
Edit: Woooooo! I found it.. was hidden with Kasavin´s stuff: http://au.gamespot.com/users/GregK/video_player?id=InU6xjKq5bwEvQ
I actually think this Robocop related video is even better than Alex's review, plus a fascinating documentary on how video games are reviewed
I think this is something everyone needs to see. It seems a lot of newer people don't "get" Alex's weird way of doing things (IE: His obscenely long article titles and odd review styling) but after you see his old reviews and videos it all makes sense.
Because of this gem, I still often find myself weighing questionable purchases against a meatball sandwich.
The tribute Carrie made for Vinny for his birthday is the sweetest thing ever.
@Reddy1124: http://uk.gamespot.com/nascar-simracing/videos/nascar-simracing-pedal-to-the-metal-challenge-6144958/ Nascar tournament tv, classic Jeff
and my favourite on the spot UNOOOO VERSUSSS UNOOOOOOOOOOOOOO http://uk.gamespot.com/shows/on-the-spot/?event=on_the_spot20060518
There's a bunch of good On The Spots, though I don't know how patient you are with an hour-long preview of old-ass games. One memorable one is the Condemned 2 demo, at the end of which the guy previewing it (one of the devs?) smashes a guy's head in a printing press-esque contraption. It's bloody.
PS They once showed a trailer for The Force Unleashed 1. It had a cool song overlaid. I've looked it up, tried to find an artist, but it's impossible. Anyone know who performed the song?
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