Joined: 5-June 03
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MTV sucks big ass hairy monkey balls. What a fucking waste of time. I think you needed to be on drugs or something to have gotten anything out of that crap. How can they consider this an unveiling of a system. They showed the box for about 45 seconds gave maybe a good 25 seconds of information and showed about 3 minutes of footage....The only good thing out of this for me is having a look at Ghost Recon3 which has awsome graphics. Way not impressed by Perfect Dark. Man I could have been playing Forza or something. What a waste of time. MS should have waited for E3 or done something MORE SERIOUS. I dont understand how people can be psyched up by this shitty 21 minute comercial. And this crap with pimping the xbox from the guys of west coast custums. How unimpressive. This kind of stuff has been going on for 2 years now...right here on XS. I sure wished they would have when more indepth, showed design decisions...I dont know anything....AHHHHH
This post has been edited by Vipernig: May 13 2005, 06:06 AM
Joined: 14-July 04
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what was with those 'pro gamers' god they seemd like the average ps2 mtv watching crowd to me. the one stupid kid that lost the game then tried to argue 'we are the better team' "but you lost" 'so we are the better team' "but they won that makes them the Better team" 'no.. *cut off'
what an idiot arguing his team is better after he just lost, reminds me of every other kid on Live that has the same argument when they loose a game too. the dumb blonde that had her mouth wide open while she played reminds me of gamers special olympics. then the hardcore thugg of the bunch ya hes keeping it real ghetto hardcore.
im dissapointed with the special, i expect it to be mtv style but that was bad even for mtv.
Joined: 6-May 03
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I'm glad I didn't waste my time watching it. I stopped watching MTV ever since they stopped playing music, which is about 10 years ago. I'll see the real display at E3 anyways, so nothing MTV would have shown would have been better than seeing it in person.