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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
PostPosted: April, 3, 2008 - 11:37am 
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Perhaps it was with the podcasts then. I think thats where it was mentioned where it was moving away from hardcore game talks.

I don't know, I just can't get into MGS.

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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
PostPosted: April, 3, 2008 - 11:41am 
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I know what you're talking about Tu.
I think it was said when the Nerdlog was first introduced. Phil said something like he was trying to appeal to a large audience by having some non-video game related posts (which is one of the reasons I started posting about movies on a consistent basis). But that was a while ago and I guess it didnt work too well.

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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
PostPosted: April, 3, 2008 - 11:56am 
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Yeah, that's fine. I'm sure it will be a hit in the gaming community. Like I said, I didn't hate it, I still enjoyed it.

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PostPosted: April, 3, 2008 - 12:40pm 
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Oh and by the way, you'll love MGS once you get that PS3 to go with your new TV.


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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
PostPosted: April, 3, 2008 - 12:51pm 
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I promise I will give MGS one more try.

You know what else I noticed that goes well with my new TV? Creepfest babes. I was checking out some old desktop wallpaper babes on it and it was glorious. I'm glad I saved those pictures.

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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
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Hahaha. I think its been like 5 years since I tried to get you into the MGS series. I should probably just give up. I just know that you would love it, which is why I think I refuse to accept defeat.


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I just saw this on the front page at Cold Hard Flash. Congrats!

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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
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Awesome shit. I think my favorite part of the new shorts is when you guys post all the idiotic reviews up here.

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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
PostPosted: April, 3, 2008 - 10:19pm 
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Wow, sweet hook ups from CHF and NG.

The only negative review so far is actually from Metal Gear Awesome creator, Egoraptor, but his was actually constructive and well worded (and similar to Tus) so we won't be lynching him on the podcast, hahaha. :) I'm also pretty sure he's been a fan of our previous work, so that's cool. Actually the only real "funny" review thus far was the dude that gave us a 5 for being game related... which... that was a surprise to him?


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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
PostPosted: April, 4, 2008 - 12:51am 
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"that was bland, pointless and nothing that i found unique. u get a one because i noticed the guy was in an orange box because i love that game"

this guy gave it a 1 on NG


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phantomspiker wrote:
"that was bland, pointless and nothing that i found unique. u get a one because i noticed the guy was in an orange box because i love that game"

this guy gave it a 1 on NG


What a douchebag...
I also hate it when people feel like their opinion matters and we all need to strive to appease them...


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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
PostPosted: April, 4, 2008 - 6:59am 
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good episode.
I didn't get many/any of the MGS references, but i enjoyed it.
Loved the orange box.

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On Lewis Black's new show this week, they debated which was the true evil - YouTube and Porn. YouTube won and one of Patton Oswalt's arguments was that it inspires everyone to be a critic and just make fun of people for no reason. It's definately the truth. People have nothing better to do then criticize shit. I love these so called experts on everything.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPGIU_9p ... re=related

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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
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JW_Number_ONE wrote:
On Lewis Black's new show this week, they debated which was the true evil - YouTube and Porn. YouTube won and one of Patton Oswalt's arguments was that it inspires everyone to be a critic and just make fun of people for no reason. It's definately the truth. People have nothing better to do then criticize shit. I love these so called experts on everything.


I saw that last night and thought the EXACT same thing.


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 Post subject: Re: GFG: Tactical Espionage Retail Simulation
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Wow someone on NG actually figured out that Jaquo is a hobo rabbit. I am truly astonished. :!:

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Good job guys I liked it


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