After a great deal of thought, Max Scoville has decided to say goodbye to Rev3Games and pursue comedy.
I'm going to be honest. I never thought of him as a funny guy.
He had his funny moments I'll admit but most of the time I wasn't really a fan either. I do hope for a positive future for this guy seeing as Study Hall on Rev3 was so well thought out.
Yeah, no loss at all. I never much liked him.
I see him as a douche, not so much a comedian but a douche.
Wow. What an awful imitation of a Cracked article.
The real mistake is to never pursue your passion. Wish him the best.
Just because your passionate about something doesnt mean you should pursue it as a career. Im passionate about gaming, that doesnt mean Id give up my stable job with a good salary to re-enroll in college to study game development to MAYBE get a job in 2017 that pays what Im getting now.
@ LOGICWINS While your point is logical for once, this is one of those things you "have to do". Typically most people reflect on their life and ask the ever important question "why didn't I pursue a life in what brings me joy?"
@ Admiralvic Although I'd rarely agree with him too, there's a billion reasons somebody may not follow the path. I'd love to design games, but I'm not going to sacrifice my house and possibly relationship to be jetted all over the world in hope of a job that lasts 2 years and ends in getting layed off once the project is finished.
Yeah, he's gunna regret this in a few months and come back to Rev3 begging for a job. I liked him on Rev3, but I dont c him doing well in comedy.
I never really got what Rev3 was going for. A news/critical site like Giantbomb & Polygon, something like Gametrailers, or just a Youtube channel/video hub? Anyway, he's pretty funny on The Comedy Button. Probably the funniest guy lately. It's his life no big deal.
Who leaves what?
Revision 3 appears to be having trouble either financially or something else. They recently axed their popular tech feed news and now losing Max? Just speculating, but there might be more going on over there than they are letting on. That said I always thought Max and Tara were only okay and Sessler being the only real commodity at Rev3games. But Adams bias and continual trying to make something out of nothing has hurt his credibility and I don't even subscribe to their channel anymore.
Never liked the guy. You're probably right about Rev3 going through some financial difficulties though. Their videos are plastered with adverts for revenue.
How else do you expect a team like Rev3 to make money? If you're not plugging a product, you're not making much money.
Should i know who this guy is or what rev3games is? never heard of either
Rev3Games only became popular once Adam Sessler joined them. If you don't know who Adam Sessler is, then tsk tsk tsk...
Is Adam Sessler that balding annoying twat that used to be on G4?
I never liked him anyway. I dislike Adam Sessler too since his misogyny rant against God of War: Ascension where he took a trophy out of context and made it into a big deal, twat.
He's as funny as.... a bottle of Windex.
I actually don't mind him...it's that hipster girl that annoys me.
rev3games suck anyway
I liked him! But he left because he felt under-challenged, so I understand. Anyways, wish you all the best, Max.
His humor always fell flat into a awkward moment. But I wont judge give your all Max!
); noooooo. Max was my favorite.Best of luck to ya.
What's with all the hate? I think Rev3 games has brought a lot of energy and thought provocative content to the table. I've always appreciated Adam's opinions, even if I didn't always agree with them. His grasp on the concept of games as art holds a lot of validity in my book, and are things I definitely align myself with. I wish nothing but the best for Max, but I'm sad to see him go. He brought a lot of personality to the gaming community. (And for the record, I hear he's actually a really nice guy)
You know, I always wanted to be a ninja...hmm.
What?!? He was one of my favorite, oh well at least Sessler did not leave. I am a huge fan of rev3 watch almost all their shows.
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