LucasArts Should Hire This Man

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#101 Edited by Brackynews (4045 posts) -

These tributes are relevant to my interests. One step closer to Minority Report interfaces.

Seeing Corellian corvettes jump in made me squee a li'l bit.

#102 Posted by FoxMulder (1625 posts) -

wow...can't believe there are still people on this site just posting complaining about Patricks choice of articles. The dude was hired and he can write about anything he wants. Atleast GB isn't just a basic news site. You know sometimes there ISNT any new or good news. So these neat articles Patrick does every so often are a look at other aspects of gaming that aren't just a new image from Halo 4 or boring shit about Modern Warfare 3. I appreciate them very much.

There are only a few games that are coming out that I am interested in so mostly 70% of the site news is irrelevant to me. Articles like this give gaming some credibility and not just OMG HEADSHOT BOOM BLOOD EXPLOSION!!!

#103 Posted by Krelle (171 posts) -

@Ragdrazi: @Ragdrazi said:

You know... I really feel I have to call it. Pat is a damn fine duder and all. He's great in Quick Looks and such. And I mean that. He's an interesting personality. But he writes the worst articles I have ever seen on Giant Bomb. He just chooses the stupidest topics. I don't understand why. His game politics coverage is great. But Gratuitous Space Battles on a touch screen... isn't interesting. And Playstation Home... isn't interesting! And the fact that Amazon.com was briefly not selling the black 3DS... isn't interesting!! I feel upset that I've wasted my time with these articles, but I feel more upset that such an interesting person wrote such crap. Patrick is great. But he's just not good at figuring out which things are actually interesting.

Its called news.

Go read Kotaku if you want boobs and japanorama.

#104 Posted by Contro (2040 posts) -

Lucas Arts should kill George Lucas.
#105 Posted by Dixperiken (94 posts) -

@Ragdrazi said:

You know... I really feel I have to call it. Pat is a damn fine duder and all. He's great in Quick Looks and such. And I mean that. He's an interesting personality. But he writes the worst articles I have ever seen on Giant Bomb. He just chooses the stupidest topics. I don't understand why. His game politics coverage is great. But Gratuitous Space Battles on a touch screen... isn't interesting. And Playstation Home... isn't interesting! And the fact that Amazon.com was briefly not selling the black 3DS... isn't interesting!! I feel upset that I've wasted my time with these articles, but I feel more upset that such an interesting person wrote such crap. Patrick is great. But he's just not good at figuring out which things are actually interesting.

Completely disagree. I find these types of articles Patrick writes to be the most interesting. The Playstation Home articles are very interesting to me because I felt like I barely new what that was. And a masters student creating a project like that in what I gleamed to be his spare time is mind blowing to me.

But as has been mentioned to you already, if you don't think this article is worth your time then stop reading. No one is forcing you. Neither are they forcing you to add to the "Someone on the internet doesn't like someone else on the internet" type of posts.

#106 Posted by SHADOWINFINITE (545 posts) -

That is really cool, LucasArts would make big money

#107 Posted by flanker22 (123 posts) -

this is like a poorly optimized rts game just craws after a little while and requires a ridiculous multi monitor touch setup. gtfo

#108 Posted by PureRok (4235 posts) -

Watched for about 20 seconds before I was bored. Looked crap.

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