CVG: Kevin Smith's comedy duo give props to Cole, get paid.
Haha great review.
"infamous 2 will suck your d**k." rofl!
Anyone else remember the obvious parody of Jay and Bob in Metal Arms: Glitch in the System?
LOL that was funny. Off topic: Why havent they made a Jay and Silent Bob sequel yet that film was a blast :)
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I believe Kevin Smith said he was retiring Jay and Silent Bob, also I believe he said after his next movie he plans on taking a break (maybe permanent) from making movies. The review was funny though, wasn't exactly a serious one but what else would you expect from them. Edit: I just found this on wiki "he announced at the Sundance premiere of Red State, that Hit Somebody will be the last movie he ever directs, and that he will continue to tell stories in other media." so maybe he'll do a video game...doubt it but you never know.
He might, he did say no one wants to just watch a film anymore. A game with Kevin Smith writing is day one material.
Should have embedded the video. Even though it needs a graphic language warning.
Nice you can tell Jason Mewes actually played the game.
i like this review. it's ballsout and not really derogatory. "looks like a fucking movie man" <---
I met Jay at E3. He was doing some BS for G4TV.
harcor styz lol! Oh J you are so awesome!
LOL, you can definitely tell they don't play very many games. I wonder how much they were paid to talk about the game, considering the number of times they keep telling you the game's official website.
Doubt they were paid squat. If they were, they would be highlighted big time on a Sony site somewhere. It sounds like it was just a game that came across them from someone and it's obvious they don't play these type of games normally. I know Smith mostly plays hockey games or similar sport games rather than action/adventure types.
Infamous 2 is a great game, starts off slow but gets really really good. 9/10
the monkey will spank us.
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