More Broken Age!! Aaaaaahhhh!!!
It’s Wil Wheaton! In Broken Age! I love that guy!
Plus a whole raft of other amazing voice actors!
And we’ve got even bigger news coming soon—tune into the Spike VGX stream on December 7 at 3pm Pacific/6pm Eastern to catch it live!
Broken Age! Aahh!
I lost it at the “sanctity of carriage”.
thesleepydog replied to your post “People are doing video blogs everyday for December and calling it…”
SUPER WHEEZE. EXCITED.
People are doing video blogs everyday for December and calling it Vlogmas. Since I’m not the most photogenic person in the world, I’m drawing every day for December! I’m calling it Drawmas! Or Dramas! Because drawing is hard and you cry a lot.
(don’t hold me to this I just wanted to make a pun)
Thought I’d have some fun with the latest Geek and Sundry vlog, and go right to town on a crappy movie tie in.
Sometimes it’s just fun to let out your inner bastard.
The mini-games were about as perfect as the Shaq Fu joke.
Thanks for the shout out, Scott! Everyone check this cool dude out!
1:04 PM I got out of the house, having just finished re-writing the synopsis for my anthology pitch. Things are finally coming together: the story feels coherent, the characters are more focused and I’m feeling excited to start working on sample pages.
1:10 PM I got to the bus stop, got on the first one going towards the mall. It’s been a while since I’ve had a hamburger.
1:20 PM I got off the bus. Window shopped for a bit. I was looking for a red shirt to buy, still bitter about that really cool-looking one that was a single size smaller than my belly. The search yielded no result, as per usual.
!:30 PM I got to the fast food place. Ordered 2 burgers: one for lunch, and one I’d be lying to myself, saying I would have it for dinner, but devouring it right after the first. While waiting for my food, two other guys were at the counter, yelling impatiently. Some douche-bags.
1:40 PM I snapped a shot of a weirdly arranged movie title, good material for a pun I thought, and walked back to the bus stop.
1:50 PM In front of a jewelry shop, a bordering-on-elderly gentleman on a wheelchair extended his arm towards me: “Good day, mate!” he said. His right leg looked amputated to the knee, bandaged to the thigh. The cast seemed new. I returned the gesture: “Good day to you too!”
We shook hands. He asked: “Where are you from?”. “Vietnam” I said. “North or South?”. “South”. A good number of Australians I’ve met so far still think of Vietnam in terms of a divided battlefield, in which the communist North conquered the South, killing Australian soldiers in their stampede.
"You’re a life-saver! I’ve been stuck here for hours!", he said. I laughed. He pointed at the half-finished ice-cream cone I was holding in my hand: "Can I have a taste of that?"
"You can have the whole thing. I don’t mind, I have my lunch right here." I said, lightly tapping my messenger bag. He smiled: "You sure? You’re a real life-saver! How long have you been a life-saver?"
I glanced at my iPod: “I don’t have my watch with me but I think I’ve been for 2 minutes so far”. We laughed. I patted his shoulder and headed towards the bus stop.
2:15 PM I got home, checked the laundry, wondered if I should have stayed and kept his company for a little longer.
I went to see Thor today, but I spaced out for a bit and can’t really remember anything.
Double Fine gave an incredibly interesting hour-long talk about Broken Age at GDC Next. Love the occasional humour and I still can’t stop myself from being super touched by the Backers video.
If you haven’t noticed, I can’t stop talking about Broken Age, definitely my most anticipated game next year, and no doubt will be one of my favourites. It’d really sad when the documentary stops though.
These bloopers are blessings from the Day god.