|Jet Bin Fever |
|Goethe and ernie |
Fat man buys videogame; is happy.
His face in the preview image.
He actually made me happy with his happiness. I know he is a tedious weird internet guy, but he had some real happiness there for a second. That is kind of nice.
I knew it, I knew once I read the title it was final fantasy 13.
Every internet nerd with a video blog that has a video with a title similar to this ones, 9 out of 10 times its the latest game/gadget/figure Ect.
I like Final Fantasy, but c'mon a video of just him holding it out showing it off? while I respect and understand his happiness, this is just juvenile.
|Sudan no1 |
It's missing something without his unique vocal talents.
Is it... is it hard to get a video game nowadays?
It's not out until tomorrow, some stores are doing midnight launches and shit like that. I'm guessing a friend at a gamestop or something let him take his preorder home early, and they'll ring it up the next day or something. We used to do that on rare occasion when they pay their pre-order in full, usually out of pity for them. Or because they wouldn't leave us the fuck alone.
"I KNOW you guys have ____ back there. It's ship date was 2 weeks ago, I saw it in the company's press release. Please man, you've got to let me have it, it's all I've cared about for the last week."
That said, usually we only let people take it home if they promised they wouldn't go bragging about what our store let them do, or take it online.
But basically there's lots of chubsy-ubsies with the game in other words. Plus he's in Britainstan so midnight comes... some amount of time earlier.
Good point. I was wondering how he got a gamestore to like him enough to take a chance breaking street date. Although I did like the idea that the store was giving him his game early and telling him to be discreet, so he goes and makes this video.
Well, he IS discreet. He doesn't say nothin'!
Sorry but when I click on an InvisibleCrane video, I EXPECT to hear some of that InvisibleCrane voice.
A fat asshole holding up a videogame box and saying nothing -- what a tremendous use of bandwidth.
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