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#1 Edited by ogto (87 posts) -
#2 Posted by Hailinel (24413 posts) -

What does it matter?

#3 Posted by ElixirBronze (424 posts) -

Maybe he makes manga gags for Max or something, who cares.

#4 Posted by Colourful_Hippie (4339 posts) -

I want to read Vinny's mangas

#5 Posted by I_Stay_Puft (3204 posts) -

Steam stalking.

#6 Posted by SteadyingMeat (1153 posts) -

Maybe he likes making mangas.

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#7 Edited by Forcen (1815 posts) -
#8 Edited by sccdemir (86 posts) -

We all have our vices.

#9 Posted by Icicle7x3 (1178 posts) -
#10 Posted by Sarumarine (2224 posts) -
#11 Posted by mrfluke (5130 posts) -
#12 Edited by Aegon (5497 posts) -

That's actually pretty hilarious. Where are all those comics?

#13 Posted by forteexe21 (356 posts) -

The real question is why is Vinny not posting them?

#14 Edited by Sweep (8845 posts) -

There's some weird stalker-ass-shit going on in this thread.

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#15 Posted by RVonE (4633 posts) -

@sweep said:

There's some weird stalker-ass-shit going on in this thread.

Stalker-ass-shit? Yes.

Weird, as in unexpected? No.

#16 Posted by BisonHero (6451 posts) -

@rvone said:

@sweep said:

There's some weird stalker-ass-shit going on in this thread.

Stalker-ass-shit? Yes.

Weird, as in unexpected? No.

Yeah, I've come to expect this. If the GB staff isn't comfortable with users looking up their Steam profile, you can set a profile to private pretty easily.

#17 Posted by Ett (194 posts) -

No wonder Jeff send him to the eastcoast.

#18 Posted by Gaff (1711 posts) -

Leaving it running in the background when Max needs some attention? Not that hard to imagine.

#19 Posted by Bollard (5441 posts) -

I'm more interested in his 93 hours in ArmA III.

#20 Posted by Castiel (2578 posts) -

The real question is: why are you checking what games Vinny are playing and why do you care?

#21 Edited by LordAndrew (14426 posts) -

How dare Vinny keep parts of his life out of the public eye.

#22 Edited by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

Isn't it obvious?

Neon Jeffesis Evingelion.

#23 Posted by Skyfire543 (677 posts) -

So he can bring joy to the world.
Also very possible he just left it running on his PC when family things suddenly happened or something.

#24 Posted by MiniPato (2732 posts) -

@video_game_king: Vinji Ikari with Jeff being mad tsundere over him because Vinji's a Souls fan.

#25 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

@minipato said:

@video_game_king: Vinji Ikari with Jeff being mad tsundere over him because Vinji's a Souls fan.

And of course, Brad is Rei.

#26 Posted by Th3irdEye (256 posts) -

All the people saying stuff like "why do you care" and "what does it matter" are being dumb. People care about the interests of the people they are interested in. It's not that hard to make that leap. It's no secret that Vinny is well liked in the GiantBomb community. Wanting to know more about a public personality you enjoy is not a new concept.

#27 Posted by RJPelonia (855 posts) -

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

#28 Posted by ripelivejam (3807 posts) -

@ett: the Far Eastcoast?

#29 Posted by Salvationtwist (31 posts) -

people are stalking vinny because too much time has passed since he was here with all the NYGB

people are missing him and with a good cause

#30 Posted by MiniPato (2732 posts) -

@rjpelonia said:

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

Yeah, because looking at Vinny's logged videogame hours in his public steam profile is like stalking his family pictures on his facebook account.

#31 Posted by Hailinel (24413 posts) -

@minipato said:

@rjpelonia said:

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

Yeah, because looking at Vinny's logged videogame hours in his public steam profile is like stalking his family pictures on his facebook account.

But it is weird to see what someone has been playing and then post a thread like this, calling out a specific title and the number of hours played as though it's some sort of strange phenomenon in need of futher investigation.

#32 Edited by smcn (926 posts) -

@sweep: I don't think it's any creepier than the comments about the crew's physical appearance literally every time they're on camera.

At least this has something to do with games.

#33 Posted by MiniPato (2732 posts) -

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@rjpelonia said:

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

Yeah, because looking at Vinny's logged videogame hours in his public steam profile is like stalking his family pictures on his facebook account.

But it is weird to see what someone has been playing and then post a thread like this, calling out a specific title and the number of hours played as though it's some sort of strange phenomenon in need of futher investigation.

I think you're inferring a more serious tone in the OP than there actually is.

#34 Posted by Levius (1109 posts) -

Hey, who else finds it weird that he only eats pancakes for breakfast on Tuesdays. Right guys? Guys...?

#35 Posted by tourgen (4473 posts) -

probably just likes to draw

#36 Posted by Hailinel (24413 posts) -

@minipato said:

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@rjpelonia said:

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

Yeah, because looking at Vinny's logged videogame hours in his public steam profile is like stalking his family pictures on his facebook account.

But it is weird to see what someone has been playing and then post a thread like this, calling out a specific title and the number of hours played as though it's some sort of strange phenomenon in need of futher investigation.

I think you're inferring a more serious tone in the OP than there actually is.

You'd honestly be surprised. We've had some seriously creepy creepers creeping on the staff in the past.

#37 Posted by MiniPato (2732 posts) -

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@rjpelonia said:

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

Yeah, because looking at Vinny's logged videogame hours in his public steam profile is like stalking his family pictures on his facebook account.

But it is weird to see what someone has been playing and then post a thread like this, calling out a specific title and the number of hours played as though it's some sort of strange phenomenon in need of futher investigation.

I think you're inferring a more serious tone in the OP than there actually is.

You'd honestly be surprised. We've had some seriously creepy creepers creeping on the staff in the past.

Hey, if Ryan was willing to drink anonymous breast milk, I think anything else goes.

#38 Posted by Hailinel (24413 posts) -

@minipato said:

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@rjpelonia said:

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

Yeah, because looking at Vinny's logged videogame hours in his public steam profile is like stalking his family pictures on his facebook account.

But it is weird to see what someone has been playing and then post a thread like this, calling out a specific title and the number of hours played as though it's some sort of strange phenomenon in need of futher investigation.

I think you're inferring a more serious tone in the OP than there actually is.

You'd honestly be surprised. We've had some seriously creepy creepers creeping on the staff in the past.

Hey, if Ryan was willing to drink anonymous breast milk, I think anything else goes.

That's really not the same.

#39 Posted by DexterKid (668 posts) -

I'm gonna go ahead and guess it's probably steam being weird. Sometimes I see that I've got 90 hours or so on a game I've never even played.

#40 Posted by MiniPato (2732 posts) -

@hailinel: It's not the same as looking at someone's steam profile. You're right about that.

#41 Posted by obcdexter (592 posts) -

I'm gonna go ahead and guess it's probably steam being weird. Sometimes I see that I've got 90 hours or so on a game I've never even played.

What game exactly?

#42 Edited by DexterKid (668 posts) -

@dexterkid said:

I'm gonna go ahead and guess it's probably steam being weird. Sometimes I see that I've got 90 hours or so on a game I've never even played.

What game exactly?

It's not one specific game. When it goes haywire like that, it seems to randomly affect a bunch of games. But it stands out more when it's showing such a huge played time on a game I know for a fact I haven't played.

#43 Posted by crusader8463 (14419 posts) -

Wow... seeing that post by Ryan at the bottom of Vinnyies Steam page took me to his Steam account and seeing the last time logged in number made me super sad. I guess when we pass all these online accounts just float around in the nothing. Never getting used. A lot of people still have him on their friends list too. I couldn't imagine how hard that would be to see his name there always knowing it's never going to come online.

#44 Posted by ogto (87 posts) -

@sweep: curious about his playtimes compared to some of mine

@minipato said:

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@hailinel said:

@minipato said:

@rjpelonia said:

You know those times where we have to take a step back and go, "You're being a tiny bit creepy again, community"? This might be one of those times.

Yeah, because looking at Vinny's logged videogame hours in his public steam profile is like stalking his family pictures on his facebook account.

But it is weird to see what someone has been playing and then post a thread like this, calling out a specific title and the number of hours played as though it's some sort of strange phenomenon in need of futher investigation.

I think you're inferring a more serious tone in the OP than there actually is.

You'd honestly be surprised. We've had some seriously creepy creepers creeping on the staff in the past.

Hey, if Ryan was willing to drink anonymous breast milk, I think anything else goes.

it was more partial joke. i was curious about some of his playtimes for stuff like sleeping dogs compared to mine.

#45 Posted by pinner458 (723 posts) -

@hailinel: I don't get it, why be so unhelpful?

#46 Edited by Hailinel (24413 posts) -
#47 Posted by sub_o (887 posts) -

He made a manga in 20 minutes, but then Max kept saying "Cars? Cars? Cars? Cars? Grover? Cars? Cars? Cars? Cars? Cars?" And Vinny went on for 2 hours straight impersonating as car turning Grover.

#48 Posted by pinner458 (723 posts) -

@hailinel: Well you could say something like "oh yeah he really likes that game, he mentioned it in a podcast", or "he sometimes leaves it running when he's not around so that he clocks up some hours as a joke" or just "I don't know, I guess that is a little weird". But no you decided to be counterproductive to the OP's goal in creating the thread by asking him his motivation in a snarky manner.

#49 Edited by Hailinel (24413 posts) -

@hailinel: Well you could say something like "oh yeah he really likes that game, he mentioned it in a podcast", or "he sometimes leaves it running when he's not around so that he clocks up some hours as a joke" or just "I don't know, I guess that is a little weird". But no you decided to be counterproductive to the OP's goal in creating the thread by asking him his motivation in a snarky manner.

If it's that much of a problem for you, take it to a PM. I'm not going to discuss that any further here.

#50 Posted by natedynamic (65 posts) -

@hailinel: You are wound incredibly tight. This topic is clearly just some curiosity, of the kind for which public Steam profiles exist. The whole point is comparison and observation. Besides that, the tone is clearly good-humored. I think you might need to step back a sec.

Now, back to sane conversation.

I'm going to guess it's because he's found some functionality for his drawings on there that is useful, or that it has come convenient way of managing images for site use. Alternatively, it could be something even more obvious: He is editing himself into every issue of Pokemon.