@BrianP said:@Mdk5631 said:Anyone who thinks Giantbomb hasn't changed for the worse since the CBS move needs to only watch this video.The dubstep intro video and the flying camera in the first 5 mins were all it took for me to lose interestIf I wanted a wildly swinging camera and soundbited opinions I would watch MTV or ESPN.Giant Bomb was where u went if u wanted to hear regular guys who are highly knowledge about videogames talk about videogamesPS anyone lucky enough to have caught a random PC live with chart room feel like Giant bomb had created a actual online community that is sliding away? :(I don't know, these seem very similar to all the other E3 impressions videos they have done in the past. All the footage that wasn't them standing there talking was taken from the recordings of the press conferences done by the people running E3. It's not like they are going out and renting boom cameras to do those shots. As they have had more success they have had the opportunity to get better equipment and vinny and drew have gotten better at video editing, so they can do stuff like stupid dubstep intros.Preeeetty sure the dubstep was used as a tongue-in-cheek shot at the fact that all video game trailers use it nowadays.Other than that, can't say the video was wildly different than E3 wrap-ups in the past; that is to say that it was informative, hilarious, and extremely well-edited.