God, seriously. I know these guys are probably relatively new and all, but 'I see you are from le /v/ good sir, I am from le /v/ as well as you can tell by my spouting of /v/ memes!" is, like... I don't even see the fucking point. You also post on a huge video game board, whoopty fucking doo.
Also the "hey it's that thing I recognize!" mentality that idiots confuse with actual wit and humor. Disgusting.
Man, what was up with cartoons in the 90s? Fucking everything had a cartoon, especially the stuff that is the least for kids -- Rambo, Robocop, Toxic Avenger, Conan the Barbarian, and this. Why stop there, where's the Hellraiser cartoon "Pinhead 'n Pals"?
Hell, imagine if that happened today and there was a Django cartoon for kids.
So, it's SPACE, but then they give us a sword-wielding barbarian and settings like a haunted castle? At least Strahl didn't try to sell us on some theme only to abandon it immediately.
Peg has 100 Persuasion Power, they can't help but follow her mad whims
"And so I played it/continued playing it after discovering it was literally the devil" is the most baffling part of any of these. Or all of them, I guess. Robots with hyper realistic blood and super high resolution carved-up woodland critters I can accept, but get real.
Okay, just so I understand: What motivation does the evil haunted game have here? I don't get why it bothers with this shit. And think about it -- this is a bad guy foiled by NOT PLAYING A CERTAIN VIDEO GAME; his powers are hilariously limited, and if he fucks with you, it's 100% your fault.
If there's a long version of the whole Ambition series, I'd love to see that. Because that would just highlight HOW LITTLE Ted has to do with this grand plot, which I don't think anybody really understands anyway.
It's a shame, I'm a big fan of stealth games. I hadn't heard of this until I saw the video and I was really disappointed.
Look, explain this to me, please: THE FUCKING POINT OF ANY OF THIS. We're so far away from anything to do with Ted at this point. And, again, how did Rolf stand to benefit by setting Ted up as a suicide bomber when he could have had his preteen terrorist enforcer Duke kill him? He owns the cops or something, why's he so quick to resort to killing here but not then?
I can't believe this judge; he's at once tyrannically strict regarding testimony and examinations, yet he's ridiculously lenient towards Bridget's attempts to turn the trial into a circus.
I know, opening statements, but the defense should probably have objected during that opening spiel by the prosecution -- in what way is ANY of that shit about the conspiracy to fuck over Ted related to Angie's death?
I think Tin was left out on purpose, it's hard to make him sound interesting compared to the rest.