Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Cleggmeister, 30 Nov 2013.
Brooker for a couple of hours, then Indie Game: The Movie.
Wish I had some beer in...
Wow, I think Mortal Combat 9 maybe took things a bit far,
Still made me lol though.
Agreed on both counts.
Tell me Frankie Boyle is really in GTA 5??!!
Very entertaining program. Didn't think it would be very good to start with, almost didn't bother watching it, glad I did though. Would have been nice if they'd brought PCs into it a bit more, seemed mostly focused on consoles but then that doesn't really surprise me.
Oh and the best bit was watching that granny playing GTA V!
Yeah, there's something about hearing an octogenarian say "Wa**er"! that never fails to make me chuckle! And she was really getting stuck in...
That mortal combat 9 clip was good, lol.
They talked like street fighter was the first fighting game, way of the exploding fist on the speccy?
Can anyone remember the name of one of the indie games featured towards the end of the program? It looked really nice, atmospheric, though I'd never heard of it before so I assume it's not a PC release?
Not Braid, Fez, etc, this didn't look like a platformer/scroller... I think it began with a "D"...
I've Googled Channel 4 but the online content is pretty lacking.
It was in The Lost and Damned expansion for GTA IV!
And I have that installed, ya beauty! Sincere thanks Blogins.
I didn't watch much of Indie Game: The Movie but the little i did see was just a bunch of self important nerds crying and blaming other people for stuff.
Might it have been Journey?
You sir, are a legend.
Yeah, that's fair about a couple of the "subjects" (or one in particular), however that's the nature of the film - give it another chance is my advice. You'll be jubilant at the end...
Turns out if was Journey, however Limbo featured (quite rightly) too. Beautiful little game.
That and Yie Ar Kung Fu! I think they should have continued with phonetically named games then instead of Call of Duty we would be playing Bang, Bang, Ugh 5...
Was never as good as the second in the franchise. Pew Pew You 2.
Twangy Birds? Anyone have any others?
And on the Commodore 64. Ah, I remember so well the dulcet 8-bit digitised scream of "YIEAAAOOWWOOHOAAAHHHH!!!" as the title page flashed up. Good times.
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