#1 Posted by wgoldie (45 posts) -

Spotted on the Warlords cocktail machine at CAX today, also saw some duders there with GB shirts. Nice gesture, I thought.

#2 Posted by Ksaw (341 posts) -

That's fucking great, wish I could be there!

#3 Posted by Aegon (5403 posts) -

Hm, I wonder if he was actually supposed to go there. He usually does every year, but maybe his honeymoon overlapped with CAX.

#4 Posted by TooWalrus (13137 posts) -

...I still feel like we're gonna get a fresh I Love Mondays, with Ryan sitting at his desk behind his silly Ronald Reagan portrait, talkin' about quicklooks and liveshows...

:'-(

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#5 Posted by Milkman (16527 posts) -

Maybe the best tribute to him I've seen yet. Really beautiful.

#6 Posted by OneKillWonder_ (1693 posts) -

Awww....man. That's really nice.

But seeing this made me feel like shit again. I'm never gonna get over this...

#7 Edited by GorillaMoPena (1927 posts) -

Here is another picture from earlier

#8 Posted by Redbullet685 (6025 posts) -

God dammit I love the Giant Bomb community. This is so great.

#9 Posted by Daneian (1207 posts) -

Touching.

#10 Posted by churrific (475 posts) -

That's pretty gooood.

#11 Posted by Clonedzero (4091 posts) -

Aww thats nice

#12 Posted by TruthTellah (8537 posts) -

Love this. Love. This.

#13 Posted by DutchMeat (64 posts) -

That's awesome.

#14 Posted by buft (3301 posts) -

thats a fitting tribute.

#15 Posted by TheHT (10890 posts) -

...I still feel like we're gonna get a fresh I Love Mondays, with Ryan sitting at his desk behind his silly Ronald Reagan portrait, talkin' about quicklooks and liveshows...

:'-(

It's the weird thing about only seeing someone on the internet. It's still hard to wrap my mind around him not being there anymore.

I can only vaguely imagine what it's like for everyone actually there.

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#16 Edited by WMoyer83 (628 posts) -

@theht:

It's difficult to fathom the loss for fans of Ryan, I don't know of I can even begin to comprehend the magnitude of how incredibly sad his friends and family are. He was truly a unique individual that can never be replaced.