GTA 4, drinking every time Niko did. Didn't happen often enough, so I just got plastered, got Niko drunk as well, then had fun getting into horrible accidents over and over again.
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Yeah I just thought it was neat to see a show going deep enough that most adults wont even get it.
Definitely. It treads a little close to Family Guy "Hey, remember this thing? It sure was a thing!" humor, but it's definitely cool to see ideas like this.
You had me at Dopefish. They even added "Swim swim hungry"!
Im just wondering how kids will get any of the jokes
Same way they get Adventure Time or Regular Show, I guess. We seem to be in a revival of the days of Rocko or Ren & Stimpy, where the quality is high, the target audience is actually the parents of the kid who's watching it, and the censors are asleep at the desk.
As for this show, the references and concept are great, but the writing... I dunno. It's a pilot, so I don't expect grade A material, but it feels a little too frenetic and obnoxious. If they pick it up, I'll give it a fair shake, but I'm not sold just yet.
I'm glad they recognize that there are those of us who adored Alan Wake and would buy a sequel so fast that they wouldn't have time to press the discs. You can tell that they really loved that project, and I hope that the artistic success makes up for the lack of financial success for them.
I feel like everything about the Xbone's design is meant to say "We fucked up last time. This thing is NES durable."
Doesn't mean it actually is, but I can't imagine that MS didn't stress test the everloving shit out of this console to avoid another RROD debacle.
I won't trust it until it's out in homes and Ryan can meet horse successfully, but I have to say, I'm impressed. I *wanted* the first Kinect to be good. I like motion controls in theory. But the downgrade they gave the hardware made it suffer terribly. This looks like it might actually be able to deliver on the promises. ... Of course, it's all for nothing if the games are still terrible. The best controls in the world wouldn't have made Steel Battalion worth the plastic it was printed on.
I never thought Kinect would be the one hype point I got out of the reveal show.
Sure, in a similar way as everybody boycotts in reality: I'll kvetch under my breath about the bad decisions, buy the competing console, then when I have the money, I'll buy this one as well. Because at the end of the day, it's a box what makes video games happen, and I like boxes that do that.
Fuck everything surrounding it, I just want to use a controller for to be making the funtimes.