"and haze is the shit" said jonathan davis. "I had to come up with a track that can hit up that kind of rush I get from the game and I think we really rocked it!!"
"gaming for me is a religion"
I found it hilarious when they were promoting the game from Korn and showed it everywhere. As if a large demographic actually likes Korn,and would be swayed to buy a product Jonathan David gives the thumbs up.
I just want to know how much 'nectar' he was on when he played this game to say it was "the shit" (omg you see what I did thar?)/end sarcasm
God that game was dissapointing and pathetic.
"I found it hilarious when they were promoting the game from Korn and showed it everywhere. As if a large demographic actually likes Korn,and would be swayed to buy a product Jonathan David gives the thumbs up."Yeah.. KoRn to me, was over a long time ago... Nowadays, the quality of their music, I find to be awful.
I think I might have deciphered it:
"Games for me are [like] a religion [because I play often and a lot of different games, it's integral to my life. I would say that I play games more often than most religious people go to a place of worship]. And [because of that deep knowledge of videogames that I've acquired through my study of the medium, I believe I can state that] Haze is [a very awesome game, impressive and above most of what we see flooding the market. Some would even say that it is] the shit."
Now, I don't think he said or meant that. But I did some retroactive adaptations that make it sound almost believable, like those dude that think Nostradamus was anything but crazy.
I've been listening to that excerpt from the Hotspot way too often over the past few weeks, to the extent that I was really jonesing to play the demo of Haze on PSN. Imagine my surprise when I found it's disappeared from the store! Thankfully it can still be obtained if it resides in your download history (and I'll say one thing for the PSN Store: as bad as everything else is at least the download history works better than Microsoft's platform) and so I got it and relived Haze for myself... and yes, it still blows.
There's also a two part interview with Jonathan Davis where he talks about the process of writing a song for the game. It appears he was approached while on tour in Europe, and wrote a song based off of the trailer. He's seen playing the game in the interview but it appears to be the first time he's done so. As cynical as that all sounds, it's probably not that far removed from doing music for Hollywood pictures, which Korn is no stranger to either.
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