I agree 100%. Until they have a game where a party senario is essential, none of these are fun. And they need to step up with the alcohol, beer isn't good for drinking games, Rum, Vodka, or Gin is required.SteelStallion said:So here's the two things the show is supposed to have going for it:
2. Drinking games
1. You're not very funny. Dan is alright, the rest is boring.
2. First off, a lot of your drinking games can only be played online (as shown in the videos).
This is impractical, stupid, and defeats the purpose of drinking with friends. You drink in separate houses and communicate via headset while getting drunk alone? What a ridiculous idea. And what's the alternative? Bringing several xboxes and TVs to someone's house to play a mediocre drinking game?
My next point, you're a bunch of light weighs. "Take a drink" means something like a shot of hard liquor or a cup of beer, not a sip.
This means that every round you might finish 1 beer if you're lucky. How many rounds are you going to play over an hour while giving other people a turn, 2-3? 2-3 beers in an hour wouldn't even give me a buzz.
Sorry, I've watched every episode thus far and you've failed to impress. There's some serious flaws, especially the fact that no one can nor will use these drinking games because they aren't practical for a "party" scenario.
A little Nintendo love wouldn't hurt no one. Still waiting for Legend of Zelda: A Drink to the Past. For the lonely, single-player drinkers out there.Firefilm said:Burnout: Revenge ... of Beer
Burnout: Revenge gets the honor of being the cause of Kyle's liver problems this week. Post or tweet your ideas for drinking rules to this game.
Alternatively, use Grappa!Skopintsev said:I agree 100%. Until they have a game where a party senario is essential, none of these are fun. And they need to step up with the alcohol, beer isn't good for drinking games, Rum, Vodka, or Gin is required.