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#1 Edited by zaldar (96 posts) -

So which game should we lobby for the next endurance run to be? Post ideas here I'll try to collect them in a bit and then make a poll my votes.

1. Phantasy star all of them 1-4 (that should keep them busy for awhile)

2. Hylide (I never actually finished this game)

3. Various y's games as they are on steam now and I don't know if they are any good or not...

#2 Posted by StrikeALight (1114 posts) -

This won't end well.

#3 Posted by LTSmash (638 posts) -

The Bomb Squad's usual attitude about the Endurance Run is that it happens when it happens. My guess is that this is when the perfect game rolls around at a time when there isn't much else going on.

Oh, and they seem to hate being asked about it because everyone always does.

#4 Posted by cutyoface (547 posts) -

No.

#5 Posted by ModernAlkemie (367 posts) -

The quickest way to make sure a game does not get chosen for an endurance run is to suggest it for an endurance run.

#6 Edited by TobbRobb (4761 posts) -

First rule of the endurance run...

Oh whatever I'm tired of this shit. Please stop asking.

#7 Posted by psylah (2181 posts) -

Fuck you.

#8 Edited by Animasta (14715 posts) -

it's already happening, it's devil may cry 1

#9 Posted by joshthebear (2700 posts) -

#10 Edited by Pr1mus (3953 posts) -

I feel there should be some sort of official Giant Bomb commandments.

First Commandment:

  • Thou shalt not inquire about a new Endurance Run
#11 Posted by Disconnect (68 posts) -

Unsummon Zaldar.

#12 Edited by Grimluck343 (1149 posts) -

@pr1mus said:

I feel there should be some sort of official Giant Bomb commandments.

First Commandment:

  • Thou shalt not inquire about a new Endurance Run

I was really surprised no one asked at their last PAX panel.

#13 Posted by Sparky_Buzzsaw (6315 posts) -

There are plenty of threads already created on this topic, and as noted, the GB crew stated that it will happen when it happens, not by request. Locking this down.

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