If you want confusing, how about in The Simpsons where Homer calls his father "dad" but Marge calls him "grampa", even when talking directly to him.
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Seeing this game for the first time, those graphics at the end kinda look neat, at least totally unique. I doubt I'd ever play his new game, but I am really surprised Jaffe responded like that to those comments. They weren't even that bad, just basic, honest opinions. #GoFuckYourself would be more fitting if those comments were malicious or hateful, crap like that. It seems like a really immature way for someone of his stature to get attention.
I've been listening to all their E3 Bombcasts from 2008-2012 over the past month or two, and I am constantly reminded of how awesome Ryan was as a host, especially with large groups of drunkards. He could seamlessly go from restoring order to issuing a sick burn to a guest in such a genius way. Truly a master of his craft.
@lesaboteur: I think Jeff needed these guys to be in SF so they could work with the guys directly in the office. Drew obviously needed another staffer around to help with the video production in the office and they needed another person to be present for Quick Looks and Bombcasts right there.
Well said! I always love GB's E3 coverage, and having them talk over the press conferences was a genius idea, cause it was way more interesting than watching them normally. It's really cool to see their genuine reactions when they first see a trailer or hear a giant new announcement, instead of them recalling it hours later.
Is there an alternate reality where this thread makes any freakin sense?
Just turn your screen upside down.....yup, NOW it makes sense.
Is this kid angry because the game is crap, because he has no idea why that "antique" television is so fat, or because he's wearing a black t-shirt over a black long sleeve shirt in the desert without sunglasses while squinting at a screen totally in the bright, hot sunlight?
In Disney's Aladdin for SNES, you defeat enemies by either throwing apples at them or jumping on their heads. The enemies then suddenly bounce off-screen in a screaming pose, so they're technically not dead, just in perpetual limbo.