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Posted by phampire

Freedom!

Edited by dannyodwyer

FIRST

[edit...damnit]

Edited by flcldaniel

We need a gb evo commentary stream.

Posted by JuxJuxJux

#TeamBrad

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Posted by thebunnyhunter

Damn it bring back the Fiery Habanero flavored Doritos/Frito Lay, bring em back you monsters...they were so delicious

Posted by FreddieFiasco

Fuck. They're doing team posting now? What's next? Is Brad gonna be there pouring water down Jeff's throat during Jar Time? What is the world coming to?!

Posted by csl316

That Kingpin dialogue... ah, my freakin' ears!

Posted by goochadamg

Unprofessional Fridays; brought to you by Frito-Lay.

Posted by fisk0

I was kinda surprised by how well Kingpin holds up visually. The explosions and fire effects still look great, and while it has that signature Quake II engine swimming vertices thing going on, I'd probably say it's the best looking Quake II engine game out there. Pretty good texture work and lighting that in part kinda holds up even today.

Also, Steam releases of games with redbook CD audio are universally terrible. I really don't get why the publishers (or Valve, if they have anything to do with it) put so little effort into these releases, but you're really best off getting these games on GOG, where they almost always include the CD music (with a couple of rare exceptions, Dark Reign's expansion is missing it's own music, instead playing the original Dark Reign CD music, and some games that had CD music on Mac and PlayStation, but not in the DOS version, just have the DOS version's music, one of example of this is Descent). Steam really shouldn't have any problems doing exactly what GOG is doing with their releases, which usually is an ISO file of the original game CD that is mounted as a virtual drive while you play, but for some reason they usually just cut ouf the CD audio altogether - some notorious example of this being the Steam releases of Hexen: Deathkings of the Dark Citadel, Hexen II, Quake, Quake II, several Star Wars games and Tomb Raider.

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Posted by anbilow

FIRST

[edit...damnit]

Let's all make fun of Danny!

Just kidding, another great appearance on UPF!

Edited by Jellybones

I was genuinely worried @dannyodwyer would stop showing up now that the crew has filled out. So, so, so, so, so glad I was concerned over nothing.

Posted by Tajasaurus

cool

Posted by Rotnac

Man, C&C Renegade gets wayyyy too much flak. The multiplayer was the fucking best.

Posted by OwlBoy

<3 @dannyodwyer

Edited by triplestan

I love your shirt @rorie! Going to see them on the 31st, super stoked!

Posted by FreddieFiasco

Installing Red Alert 2 right now. Thank you for injecting me with euphoric nostalgia, Dan. By the way, you may not have to switch discs with the Origin version, but you also--I'm assuming--don't get that sweet installation VO. WARNING: MILITARY SOFTWARE DETECTED. TOP SECRET CLEARANCE REQUIRED. ENCRYPTION CODE REQUIRED. YOU HAVE THIRTY SECONDS TO COMPLY.

Edited by TheManWithNoPlan

I can't believe I just straight up forgot to watch this... thanks for the fast upload.

Posted by FoxMulder

GBA version of Doom is the only version of Doom I know. It's not that bad.

Edited by Fobwashed
That's not Thai spicy

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Posted by Pr1mus

Missed opportunity to have some Mountain Dew on the set.

Edited by Sammo21

Is Jeff out on vacation?

Also, I totally remember Kingpin: Life of Crime. I got a demo of it for PC at an Electronic's Boutique. Also...I think I remember shooting pit bulls at some point.

The Gameboy Advance SP is my favorite handheld I think. Pretty sure I've put more time in on my SP in terms of time than any other handheld outside of the original Gameboy.

Posted by jiggajoe14

That's not Thai spicy

That surprise look on his face is just adorable.

Posted by Kruddman

The art direction in Kingpin is actually really solid. I really liked the weird timeless world they created. 1940s Art Deco mixed with gangster rap. Crazy idea that somehow works.

Posted by alwaysbebombing

I'm glad I finished eating at the beginning of this show.

Edited by LobotomyKing

Im more of a Scorpion Pepper kind of guy when it comes to spicy

Posted by alwaysbebombing

That's not Thai spicy

I don't want to be that guy, but giantbomb hires the cutest guys.

Posted by ripelivejam

@csl316: I expected that type of language at denny's but not here!

Posted by Crippl3

Fuck the haters, Renegade's multiplayer rules. I think the UE3 remake that came out is only the multiplayer.

Posted by Vorhenze

I'm shocked by all the polygons in this episode.

Posted by Arkanti

Is Giantbomb sponsored by Dorito's?

Posted by Luck702

If everyone's so dissatisfied with alpha survival games, why do they keep putting them on the livestreams.

Posted by AndrewB

Red Alert 2: mission one - destroy the Pentagon. I think that's about how far I personally got with the game, but man, that's a hell of a way to start a game and drum up controversy (they also had to change the box art).

Posted by rmanthorp

:danny Ahahah!

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Posted by sub_o

That's not Thai spicy

That spicy, from Thatland.

Posted by Dizzyhippos

You know I am not at all into the whole "like minecraft but.." games but $20 for a alpha is fucking dumb

Posted by ripelivejam

@sub_o said:

@fobwashed said:
That's not Thai spicy

That spicy, from Thatland.

Brad "Spicy Thighs" Shoemaker

Posted by davidh219

Danny!

Posted by Phished0ne

the crazy thing about renegade is that the multiplayer mode had base building in it.

Edited by hustlerlt

DANNEH IS ON THE SHOW! It's a must watch then. I still secretly hope one day GB will just say fuck it and add Danneh to their staff.

Posted by CrimsonJesus

The HDness of the HD version seems to turn more pixely as the stream went on.

Posted by Droop

After this show:

I wanna replay Kingin.
I remember liking Renegade.
I wanna replay Red Alert 2.
Fuck early access survival games.

Also the banter on this show was great. Rorie and Danny! Giant wooden penis. Vodka delivery system. I'm gonna bury those two motherfuckers.

Posted by Yummylee

I remember really enjoying C&C Renegade. I wouldn't be surprised if it isn't actually all that stellar of a video game, but during my youth I bloody loved the C&C games, and getting to see all of the units and structures from a ground level perspective was really novel for me at the time. Though saying that I never actually completed its campaign... I think I mostly just enjoyed playing the early levels over and over again.

Multiplayer was interesting too as it actually had some form of base building.

Posted by BluPotato

Again, why is Danny not a Gaintbomb employee?

Posted by Sessh

Damn, now as soon as I'm done with Divinity: Original Sin, I will have to replay the entire C&C series. Great.

Posted by Pilgore

So, does Danny just work at Giantbomb now? I would be OK with that, ha!

Posted by MooseyMcMan

@alwaysbebombing: You're not the only one that thinks that, so don't feel like you're that guy!

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