This is a humorous look at the current-gen console wars by a fast talking Aussie whose commentary is far funnier than it has any right to be. Guaranteed to be four of the funniest minutes of your gaming life, or your money back!
Fantasy World Dizzy FTW.
i laughed really hard when he said : Zelda Metroid and mario
instead of a Metroid image or mario image you see masterchief en sonic XD
love these rants they make me laugh XD
"Putting costs several months and several million dollars on the side of uncomfertable, this may explain why there are hardly any games out for the bloody thing!"
"At the time time of writing, the 360 in my house is currently bricked because we had the gaul to try and play games on it"
"Woo check me motherf*cker, I'm normal mapped"
Very funny video, but these three comments made me p*ss myself laughing. Brilliant!
If you liked this, I HIGHLY reccomend listening to his first video about Heavenly Sword. Genius
As a self-professed Xbox 360 fanboy... he's right. Unquestionably right on all of it.
An excellent vid. This guy should team un with AVGN.
absolutely hysterical, start to finish.Puts EVERY fanboy or girl, in his or her place:))
"It's supposed to have higher definition but personally I've never found myself saying, 'O Army of Darkness is still a glorious celebration of boyish fantasy violence but if only the resolution was a wee bit bigger it could be significantly improved.'"
Awesome because that's exactly how I feel. DVD is still my format of choice.
Not that I could understand any of that, but if that's what he said, yeah, I have to agree.
Besides that, the only thing I took from that was that PS3s and the games for it come attached to rather muscular male bodies, quite possibly in an attempt to copy the idea that the Wii is good exercise, because I assume they would be so disgusted with flab or anyone that has less than 200 pounds of mucscle that they wouldn't let you play them until you had a body like them.
Funny as hell and actually true.
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