TVGB: "This latest Rage video is unexpected to say the least. Watch as NBA man Blake Griffin does his best to get into the fall-bound id Software shooter."
haahha that's funny stuff right there!
Thats awful, and way too American!
What the heck does that even mean??
Means that it's designed for an American audience, and as a non-American I didn't get half the jokes, or maybe it's because I know nothing of Basketball
Maybe its an american commercial... i mean isnt id an american software company? correct me if im wrong. PLUS i didnt know there was anything wrong with region specific commercials? next time I see a wierd japanese commercial on the internet i will say, thats awful and way too japanese!
Rage is devoloped by an American studio.
Don't know why you got flack for what you said. You're not American, so it's understandable that you wouldn't understand the jokes. Blake Griffin is an American basketball player. He won rookie of the year this year and is most known for his powerful dunks. He also won the dunk contest this year by jumping over a car, hence the tiger dunk. I don't know if this means he's a gamer or not, but it was a sweet commercial and he has a lot promise to be an NBA star/already is one kind of.
John Carmack + Idsoftware = WIN WIN!
John Carmack is a technical genius but he isn't the best game designer. While at ID software he heavily relied on his co-founders to take care of the game design. I hope he realizes his own weakness and has given some responsibility of the game design to his team.
hahaha pretty funny Blake:"Honk to put me in Rage!" (Beep, Beep) Blake:"Yeah, thanks Tim..."
this should be played on tv its too funny
ESPN + ID = .. wat
While I find the commercial funny, I'm not sure I get how it sells the product. What does Blake Griffin have to do with Rage? I thought I was watching an ESPN commercial for most of it.
You can tell they tried to compensate for that by playing Rage in the background.
Do not attempt... really??
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