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@ZombiePie said:

Also I want to just say that it is "zero" not 'naught." I you can't pronounce the most basic numbers in your numerical system you are not civilized.

Also the letter "Z" is superior to the letter "S."

You could not be more wrong SombiePie.
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@Zimbo said:

Am3rica, 3ngland.Let me guess, the next two will be Franc3 and G3rmany.Sigh. Who seriously thought that was a cool idea.

Wow, that's quite prescient of you :D
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@DeanoXD said:
" can non members watch the archived versions they put up? "
Nope, only the free ones.
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@darkjester74 said:
" @YoctoYotta said:
" How much would everyone like to bet that this was made by some very sad guys looking for a social excuse to spank women. Any women. "
I'm guessing very sad japanese guys, most likely. "
Or maybe the French, considering it's a Ubisoft game? Quick to point the finger there weren't we ;)
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@Sayishere said:
" guys, wasting keys on these low level dungeons is a waste  better to save them for the 'last' dungeon "
You are aware that this was filmed almost 2 years ago...right?
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Bombcast! Now I can go to sleep.

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When Jeff mentioned Modern Combat: Domination I thought he was making it up. Goddamn.

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@readymix said:
" I'm getting a Hotel Dusk vibe. Am I the only one? "
I definitely was around the bar scenes.
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@Jeremy_x said:

" @Godot said:

" @Jeremy_x said:
"  What's the deal behind the term "5 dollar cinematic" that Brad mentioned, haven't found anything about it? "
Chiaroscuro, the use of contrast between light and dark for dramatic effect. The cutscenes seem to do it quite nicely. "
Thanks for the history lesson, but what does that have to do with the term "5 dollar cinematic"? "
Ah, sorry about that. You'll probably find more under "five dollar word/term"; it just means that it was an educated/fancy term, as apposed to a fifty-cent word, which would be fairly commonplace. It's sort of attributing fanciness and rarity to the "cost" of a word.
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@Jeremy_x said:
"  What's the deal behind the term "5 dollar cinematic" that Brad mentioned, haven't found anything about it? "
Chiaroscuro, the use of contrast between light and dark for dramatic effect. The cutscenes seem to do it quite nicely.