Since reviewing Goonzu, I have put videos on Youtube to help pad my articles into some hope that they actually entertain someone. Most Youtube users are the same morons that spend ten hours on Myspace daily and don't have any idea why I dump my videos there. To make a long story short, many of them pound their ham-fingers into a keyboard resulting in comments on my Youtube page that until now, I had never known existed. Since I do not get much hate mail and Youtube houses so many hilariously stupid people, I will enable comments on all future videos until I am told that it blends too much with AwfulVision!
Okay, two words: GROW UP.
Yeah, you really need to grow up... If you don't like The Endless Forest then why did you take the time to sign up, do the varification email?!
Just because you don't like a game doesn't mean you can make a video about it and give bad credit... Just remeber those words... GROW UP.
I guess I took the time to sign up and do the "varification email" because I have deeply rooted psychological problems that could only be paralleled by people pretending to be deer in a virtual forest.
I have no idea what this guy is saying but I think this is the first time anyone has threatened to sue me. Score!saltycrackerboy
wow, way to copy ben "yahtzee" crowshaw, u made no point, if i was the escapist i would sue u, and my god wth were u even saying, you're a fking retard and deserved to be beat with a crow bar, hope u rot
Shut the fuck up pedro.SmackheadPedoYour video for Kicks Online wasn't nearly depressing enough. Haven't you seen the competition?
This guy really makes the game look shit.
The first time "fast", "decisive", and "efficient" could have been used to describe the Minecraft development team was when they snatched the $2.5 billion dollar check out of Microsoft's sweaty, shaking hand.
Paleo guru and definite non-idiot Luke K. clears the air about some of your favorite pumpkin treats this holiday season. Also he weighs in on the controversy surrounding a paleo wedding cake.
"Free" MMORPGs have grown in popularity to the point of supersaturation. How on Earth can one person possibly play them all and determine the best platform for painfully long level grinding, illiterate online communities, and fatal bugs? MMO Roulette examines a different online "free" role playing game every other week, providing you the lowdown on each. Every chamber is loaded when you play MMO Roulette.