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#1 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

I mean, the Thing game was written by Carpenter and so it should be canon, and that throws this entire theory out anyway, so...yeah

#2 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

Yeah, the Coming Up panel has been buggy lately, with stuff not moving off, stuff being at wrong times, etc.

We never would have had as many issues if we just used beats

#3 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

If I were to write a thing, how would I get it considered for the weekly spotlight? Do I have to submit it somewhere? Or does the cream just rise to the top?

#4 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

Isn't this the cloud computing/gaming we were talking about last year? How is this any different?

#5 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

I wonder if there's a way to hack together a 30 man Rumble on the PC version of 2K15 to allow 30 different users to play at once. We could have GB scrub leagues!

#6 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

I had written a long thing about how Jeff might be my role model and/or hero, that he seems to have his shit figured out at such a level that we would all be lucky to be even close to. Ended up deleting it cause it felt too wanky, but know that the sentiment is there.

#7 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

@bisonhero: I remember one of the jokes when Karen last showed up (to get shocked) was that she had been on more GB stuff than Dave since he left.

#8 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

Man, remember when we all thought Dave was actually going to hang out around the office like he said he would in his goodbye letter? Stuff about pulling a Whitta and just hanging around even though they don't pay him anymore.

Like, I know dude has a wife and kid and two dogs and a startup and moved to the suburbs, but he got our hopes up! He should have just pulled the bandaid when he left and said that he'd never be back. Rorie has done a fine job as the new-Dave

#9 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

I remember also being confused at that "Madison finds out who the killer is" twist. Read a David Cage interview a while later that basically tried to handwave it by saying that while Madison may have never met the killer, WE had and thus the scene was built to be as if WE had discovered who the killer was at that moment.

And keep that in mind, I liked Heavy Rain. It's not amazing, but it's kinda cool.

#10 Posted by cooljammer00 (1805 posts) -

Also, gotta love how you said you had to toss a lot of footage, and this time the video is even longer