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Posted by sfighter21

I'm just curious... now, I'm not trying to be a jerk or anything, but seriously. Serious question. Do people actually watch these??? Honest question...

Posted by SomberOwl
Edited by SquirrelWizard

Yes, I watch or listen to the podcast version depending on where I am.

Posted by jocumo89

I sure as hell do, and I love them haha

Edited by Darro

I listen to Friday shows on Sunday night at work & watch Mondays live or later.

Edited by Cuuniyevo

I usually just download and listen to the audio version, but yes, I and other people occasionally watch them. Especially when they have guests on the show, it's nice to see their expressions, as the audio doesn't always tell the whole story.

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Posted by bombedyermom

Klepek and Dark Souls is an exciting combo.

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Posted by coolowlbro

Yeah I'll put this on when I'm checking my email in the morning. I like listening to Patrick & Alex.

Posted by Ronald

Someone is getting fat today from being fed so much.

On the topic of games to play, I finally played Brothers, have Gone Home sitting on my Steam account unplayed. I have Bioshock Infinite on PS3 unplayed. And I have access to The Last of Us and GTA5 on PS3 and need to play them. And that doesn't include games that aren't necessarily "great" like Dead Space 3 on Origin and Shadow Warrior on Steam.

But first, I think I want to play The Wolf Among Us and get back to sailing the high seas and pirating.

Edited by TimesHero

@sfighter21: I don't watch often, but I do listen to to the podcast without fail.

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Posted by Vod_Crack

State of Decay. Ha, good one!

Posted by Yummylee

''I still have my PS2 games stacked on my shelf''

And on that note, @alex The Warriors bombastica! You know you're just itching to bring that game back into some segment of the spotlight!

Posted by LoktarOgar

FF9 was my first one, nostalgia didn't factor into it. Try again!

Posted by PLWolf

The last side thing I needed to do in ACIV was bring down the four Legendary Ships and I did that last night. Now it's time to wrap up the story.

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Posted by Yummylee

FF9 was my first one, nostalgia didn't factor into it. Try again!

Plus, as someone who's favourite is also 9, in the UK FF7 was our first ever Final Fantasy release so... there was nothing to get nostalgic about anyway!

Posted by KillNGer

Snowboard Kids, pssh. Coolboarders was where it was at! I enjoy that Scoops is still dumping on FF9 fans, I wouldn't expect anyone to bang the drum so hard for 8.

Posted by vucub88

patrick thinking there is a ghost at alex's place is great

Posted by Pirsig

My understanding is that the Warcraft movie is the story from the first two RTS games, which seems easily translatable to a fantasy film. That means basically focusing on orcs and humans (no pandaren alex) and the opening of the dark portal/medivh.

Posted by m1b5p

hell yeah we watch!!!!

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Edited by Benmo316

WCW vs nWo World Tour is my favorite N64 wrestling game. I sunk so much of my childhood playing that game with my friends.

Posted by spraynardtatum

The Swapper is soooooo damn good.

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Posted by evanbower

I'm just curious... now, I'm not trying to be a jerk or anything, but seriously. Serious question. Do people actually watch these??? Honest question...

What do you mean "you people"?

Posted by AssInAss

Fuck yeah, Patrick, keep on pushing The Swapper and Gunpoint.

Pretty sure Jeff got you on Gunpoint.

I just hope you guys recognise the real Game of the Year, Papers, Please!

Amazing game on sociopolitical, psychological, word-of-mouth, older-British-newspeople-are-even-interested-in-it, and just pure stressful levels.

Shows the power of empathy that videogames have over any other artistic medium that can't quite put you into someone else's shoes like this. First game where I paid attention to moral choices and a branching narrative.

Also, lets your own inner Machiavellian fascist out! :D

Edited by UberExplodey

@sfighter21: Yes, and I'm sorry people enjoy things that you don't enjoy. Life must be difficult. Not trying to be a jerk or anything.

Posted by noizy

I'm just curious... now, I'm not trying to be a jerk or anything, but seriously. Serious question. Do people actually watch these??? Honest question...

Dual screen FTW.

Posted by Aelric

I'm just curious... now, I'm not trying to be a jerk or anything, but seriously. Serious question. Do people actually watch these??? Honest question...

I sorta do. I mean, I listen to them like a podcast, while playing some low concentration game or at work, but I switch to look at the video is they even mention something that needs visuals (like when they decided on cover art.

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Posted by jackmessiah

@sfighter21: i do- i actually started paying attention to GB because i liked patrick from when he was on Feedback in the G4 days. i do not, however, share his philosophy on final fantasy. IX being superior to VIII as everyone knows.

Posted by HalfDane1975

@sfighter21: Yes. They're like a podcast with friendly faces.

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

The only shooter worth caring about? Calm your self Patrick Killzone is by far the best shooter out now.

Posted by csl316

Fuck yeah, Snowboard Kids.

Posted by ICantBeStopped

Isn't FFVIII the soap opera one centering on the 'love' between those Squall and black haired girl, and the characters all grew up in an orphanage, but forgot because of magic? I like you, Patrick, but as for that being the best the series has to offer... nope. FFVII and FFX are really the only ones that matter as far as impact and continued popularity go. You will never see a FFVIII movie or sequel, not to say Square's sequel work was all that great for either game, but there's a reason the picked what they did to continue to capitalize on.

Posted by bwmcmaste

@assinass said:

Shows the power of empathy that videogames have over any other artistic medium that can't quite put you into someone else's shoes like this. First game where I paid attention to moral choices and a branching narrative.

Also, lets your own inner Machiavellian fascist out! :D

I just have to say that, as somebody who has worked for several years in an industry that does a lot of access control, Papers, Please was probably the closest anybody could ever get to actually simulating something I've spent thousands of hours doing.

Edited by Clapmaster

How the fuck is GT6 not that bad? Half of those cars cost 20,000,000 in-game Cr. That would take like 2 weeks to earn enough for one car. Forza 5 is perfectly fine, nothing is forced on you and there's only a few cars that require a bunch of in-game credits but this series has been no different since Forza 2. GT6 has so many more problems than Forza 5 does. Most aspects of that game(gt6) feel like they could have been in something in 1998. I'm halfway through the campaign of Forza and haven't had to do any grinding whatsoever, you win enough credits from the events to buy whatever you need to progress. I don't really get what people are fussing about.

Posted by wjb

I kind of miss Patrick's mom's house.

Posted by Fram

@wjb said:

I kind of miss Patrick's mom's house.

Posted by ptys

Patrick your mentioned you don't like the Ryse 'boob physics' on twitter. Just don't forget a girls power comes from her sexuality... just like a mans comes from his physicality. You take that away from someone and they become somewhat helpless, in certain respects.

Posted by Vigorousjammer
Edited by ptys

Alex is right, I'm so into the idea of backwards compatibility that I'm holding out for the Steam Machine. If they can offer all these next gen. games with the entire history of PC gaming, that's a day one sale from me.

Posted by AssInAss

@assinass said:

Shows the power of empathy that videogames have over any other artistic medium that can't quite put you into someone else's shoes like this. First game where I paid attention to moral choices and a branching narrative.

Also, lets your own inner Machiavellian fascist out! :D

I just have to say that, as somebody who has worked for several years in an industry that does a lot of access control, Papers, Please was probably the closest anybody could ever get to actually simulating something I've spent thousands of hours doing.

That's awesome to hear!

Posted by Humanity

How the fuck is GT6 not that bad? Half of those cars cost 20,000,000 in-game Cr. That would take like 2 weeks to earn enough for one car. Forza 5 is perfectly fine, nothing is forced on you and there's only a few cars that require a bunch of in-game credits but this series has been no different since Forza 2. GT6 has so many more problems than Forza 5 does. Most aspects of that game(gt6) feel like they could have been in something in 1998. I'm halfway through the campaign of Forza and haven't had to do any grinding whatsoever, you win enough credits from the events to buy whatever you need to progress. I don't really get what people are fussing about.

People will go to great lengths when it comes to microtransactions. One might say, they will often miss the lavish beautiful forest for the few microtransaction trees.

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