I find him pretty good most of the time but like any routine that goes on for extended periods of time the effect lessens exponentially as the show keeps on truckin. I find him funniest when he's simply making intelligent observations rather than making funny voices or faces. He's an intelligent guy and doesn't need to play up the crowd nearly as much.
Yeah, I feel the same way, although I like Colbert more now.
And the question is perpetuated: What the fuck is the once Source-games developer doing with their time nowadays? Jesus..
..Anyway, I hope the OS will please those who are interested. I'll be using Win7 for the next few years, I'm pretty comfortable.
Doing stuff better than solely making video games
Microsoft, for example, didn't neglect developing more Windows (as well as the rest of their products which unlike Windows are useless), in order to start making game consoles. They continued to Windows, while simultaneously branching further into something that is better than solely making Windows: creating a terrific line of game consoles.
Valve done fucked up with their focus. If they can't simultaneously do both, then they chose the wrong option to focus on IMO.
Huh? This logic supposes Microsoft has done both well (have they really?) and Valve can not handle multiplatform (which they do) and that they are stopping development on their games to launch this (which they are not looking at the updates to CS:GO and Dota 2).
He's just mad that they're not making games that he wants to play