Gameplay videos for Starcraft 2 have made it onto YouTube (thanks IRSerious) and we’re going to post them, all of them, here:
Official High-def Cinematic Trailer
Starcraft 2 Game Demo part 1
Starcraft 2 Game Demo part 2
Starcraft 2 Game Demo part 3
Starcraft 2 Game Demo part 4
After watching these videos I’m getting a sluggish feeling, like all the extra 3D graphics they’ve added to Starcraft takes away the lightning rushes and fast-paced nature of the game, leaving a battleground where things sort of just glomp slowly around. It’s very pretty, but once all the elements get into position to fight, they just sort of stand in lines and poke at each other!!
This skit was on Mad TV on Saturday, and it was recorded off screen. Enjoy the japery!
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G-Frce-Elite of Clan pV gets an amazing quintuple kill with the Witch Doctor. I’ve never seen anything like it! The quality of this video could be a lot better, but it’s still amazing! Enjoy!
This is the truth behind Pokemon’s popularity. Pokemon “trainers” are really just pimps:
“I had a mother fucker ask me the other day, ‘Do you beat your Pokemon when they lose?’
I said, ‘Mother fucker, do I beat them when they lose? I beat them when they win.’
The logic here being that if they know Im gonna whoop their ass when they win, just think of how bad that ass-whooping is going to be if they lose.”
How terrible is that? Life would be so much more intesting if Pokemon Pimps existed!
Fed up with being bated into watching Flash videos, only to discover that it’s just a viral marketing ploy, or a means for the creator to express his vested interests? If not, then check out this flash video, which thankfully waits till the end to prattle off its pacifistic propaganda. Decent production and delivery through the Flash format, the only thing that upsets me is the blunt ultimate message. There’s no need to be so direct and frank; it really does sacrifice a lot of the artistic integrity. Allowing for many aesthetic and moral interpretations is much better than forcefully imploring one’s audience to a moral/political cause, in my humble opinion. I’m not saying that I disagree with the sentiments of the video, but rather I disagree with the way that they are finally imparted. With that single objection aside, I do rather like the Mario animation, and I think that, overall, it is a flash video well worth watching.