Well it isn't a big conspiracy or anything, it's just that in later soapboxes I noticed that when Sessler is about to go on a rant or go off topic the footage gets cut and jumps to him back on topic. That is at least in the few of the newer ones I watched. (Which caused me to stop watching them)
I watched Sessler's Soapbox to hear him speak his mind, no matter where it went, like Jeff's Jar Time.
Oh man, I definitely look forward to this Bombcast. While I am aware that Adam Sessler left G4, I haven't heard him talk since 'Sessler's Soapbox' started getting heavily edited. (Let the man rant for goodness sake)
When ever E3 comes by I tend to pay more attention to smaller announcements than what the "Big Three" have to offer. That said I would love it if Capcom announced Dark Void 2, but I doubt that will ever happen. (And do I really want that considering the current state Capcom is in?)
Oh and for an other hilarious Konami press conference like in 2010.
Now that I think about it, the worst thing I do is grip the controller and sometimes slap my knee. (Along with some 'goddamn it's and 'son of a bitch'es) I try to be as calm and quiet about it as possible, the latter being since I live in an apartment, I tend to be paranoid about being too loud.
The only thing that will guarantee a Wii-U purchase from me will be F-Zero. That said racing games have changed since 2003 with many amazing ones released through the years. Nintendo's past record shows me that they will not adapt properly so my expectations are set rather low at the moment.
I had started watching 24 from season 7 and really enjoyed it, so I watched season 8 when it aired and the rest through Netflix, and god what a ride it was. It actually made the last two seasons even better knowing what lead up to them.
For Quantum Leap I had watched an episode on G4 and remembered that I had really wanted to check the show out, so I watched what Netflix had and used G4 for the other episodes, especially the last one, which almost brought me to tears. What a great show, both of em really.
I didn't expect the first one to be as enjoyable as it was and I would be happy to play some more of it, especially since some of the guys from Blur are working on it. Though I hope this time the roster goes just a bit deeper into the Genesis/Mega Drive franchises. (aka Axel Stone from Streets of Rage needs to show up, cmon!)
While N&B was a pretty good game, I honestly wouldn't like to see an other one, or rather not one with the Banjo Kazooie name attached to it. The idea was fun, but it really is the kind of game that benefits from a creative mind. The game didn't give me enough tools to make what I REALLY wanted to make, and from a gameplay perspective the Tool Man Taylor approach of "more power" seemed to solve just about every mission in the game. Hell, the only mission I don't have a T.T. Trophy on is the Saucer of Peril Returns. which pretty much takes away all customization from the player.
I also found the level design to be rather soul-less and the writing to come off as bitter and obnoxiously self-referential.
Anyways, I would love to see an other Banjo-Kazooie game. But I won't hold my breath.