Gruff182's forum posts

#1 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

Guys I don't think GB gave Destiny a fair chance.

I demand they put in the hours and get geared for the raid, then try and manually find others that have also put in the time, to do the raid for 10+ hours. To then complete it and get zero loot.

This way they can knock off a star and give it the review it deserves.

#2 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

Civ 5 would be great if it's available :)

#3 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

There is a money printing pitch out there somewhere, involving Dan teaming up with Karl Pilkington.

#4 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

Now theres is literally 0 reasons for me to buy a console aka PS4.

:D

#5 Edited by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

I feel sorry for them, because they can't have much going for them in life.

#6 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

Dan and Karl Pilkington might be my new dream team up, for pretty much anything.

#7 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

Wait.. What?

I assumed something so trivial would have been available since the controllers were out.

#8 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

Woody Harrelson could interest me in watching a film, I usually wouldn't.

#9 Edited by Gruff182 (857 posts) -

@altairre said:

"The fuck's a Lommy?"

"A lot of people name their swords." "Yeah, lots of cunts."

Fucking great.

Brilliant. More is this please HBO.

#10 Posted by Gruff182 (857 posts) -
@brendan said:

@billyhoush: Wait, really? Forgive my ignorance but how was it such a huge success in Japan? What about it resonated with that audience?

I only ask because 24 is more specific to U.S. political culture and Japan is far different.

I think it's probably the bit in season 1 when the writers decided that his wife should casually and pointlessly get amnesia.

On topic, I don't think either is a very good excuse. I'll hold onto the hope he'll return as Solid, though that will be when? Another 5 years from now? Other than the voice being as iconic the bandanna, everything I've seen from Hayter over the years is that he genuinly loves the character and the games. That investment to me is more important than a 'profession actor' on their next job. Hayter has been successful as a writer and just finished his first writer/director gig. Of course he works for the money, but i'd doubt he would come back for the handheld jobs if it wasn't for some love of the character.