Beer + Videogames reminds you not to drink and drive. Especially if you drive a robot dog.
Well, it was absolutely ludicrous...but that doesn't stop it being utterly cool. "Ludicrous Speed"
"ludicrous speed" you watch too many movies. jk lol
LOL... Well, I do study them, critique them, and make them (kinda) for a living. So yeah, its fair to say I watch too many :)
Krugsy is Roger Ebert.
What did I ever do to you that deserves such contempt? lol I think games are are NOT of the devil. Surely that alone proves i'm not that hack.
What? Metal Gear Rex seems perfectly sensible when you look at other programs the military has invested in...:-o Winged tanks? Flying aircraft carriers? Tsar tank? Cannon scooter? Hamsterball tanks? etc etc heh
Exactly. Who in there right mind thought that a ship that could sink itself and stay under for undetermined amounts of time, fire nukes and various other warheads, spy on other countries, and circumvent the globe multiple times would be not only be real but practical? I think rex is very plausible, besides nukes are only dangerous once they are armed so the falling over and blowing up point wasnt well thought out....
Imagine they made a game about the ambiguously gay duo! Now that vehicle would ludicrous!
They said Kingdom Hearts is Childish, and metal gear rex sucks. I no like. :P
Ohkay... Axel is awesome. I don't care how unrealistic he is.
Also...Kingdom Hearts is awesome! The gummi ships, now that I think about it, are a bit out of place.
the ones in gears of War they felt like you're driving in the basemant.(tiny maps big vehicles) it felt like driving in a 2D game.lol in 2nd place the vehicles in Banjo Kazooie nuts & bolts: http://www.youtube.com/watc... WTF
And lost odysseys weird submarine/boat/airplane contraption
How does anybody drive this thing? As soon as it comes across a bunch of martial artists it's all blowned up. :P
My gummi ship in KH2 looked like a chewed up Millennium Falcon, good times :)
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