Unskippable: Viking

Sonicron

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Too many cream puffs at the pre-battle feast... xD

Note that I actually liked this game (until the ending ruined it for me), but the cutscenes were just... bad. Good voice-over, though.
 

Dahemo

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Badger01 said:
i'm supprised i could hear them over Blessed's COLLOSAL BOOMING tones
Indeed.

Excellent work as usual, but

Paul said:
He's impersonating Sir Ian McKellan
How very dare you! That is Brian Blessed, he of the booming tones, king of the Hawkmen, inspector of cannons and of course, ardent rambler. For shame...
 

ssgt splatter

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What. The. Hell?
It was okay I guess.
Oh, boy.
I guess it's because I've never heard of this game until now.
(waits for next week)
 

Abedeus

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Two zings in a row?

Restraining order for embracing hope and adamantium being stronger than hope? ;d

Good one.
 

randommaster

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whaleswiththumbs said:
The Rare Norwegian Elephant, never heard of it. TO GOOGLE!
The trick to finding it is to look for it in Ireland, but since nobody knows this, the Norwegian elephant remains elusive.

Awesome episode, gus. Nice to see a game that isn't that famous.
 

DeathWyrmNexus

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Stabby Joe said:
Waffledragon33 said:
great job guys
Can I assume you have a stop watch that can stop time?

Anyway I really enjoyed this game, one of the few that had decent large scale battles. Think Dynasty Warriors but better, for one up to four enemies alone could kill you so it was more realistic! These graphic novel cut scenes are good enough but giving the subject matter (large scale Norse mythology battles) there could have been some truly epic cinematics on display!

"So what your saying is before this, all vikings were peaceful and not remotely war like?" Good point haha!
I might have to check it out then, since I am a fan of Koei's overly repetitive flogging of the franchise.

And this was funny, not hilarious but I'm tired so perhaps the flaw is myself rather than the video.
 

LavaLampBamboo

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Dahemo said:
Badger01 said:
i'm supprised i could hear them over Blessed's COLLOSAL BOOMING tones
Indeed.

Excellent work as usual, but

Paul said:
He's impersonating Sir Ian McKellan
How very dare you! That is Brian Blessed, he of the booming tones, king of the Hawkmen, inspector of cannons and of course, ardent rambler. For shame...
I WAS OUTRAGED AT THE IDEA PERSONALLY!

=D
 

ae86gamer

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"Yay! If we're winning. Boo! If we're not."

Great job guys. Keep up the good work. :]
 

Dragon_Nexus

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I pulled a 0_0 face when I recognised the narrator XD

I thought at first it was Patrick Stewart. And why not, he does so much stuff.

Also...Gods have a real knack for enslaving humans and making it sound like it was their choice all along.
 

Skiftnycklar

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Wow, they can't even get vikings right. And that isn't a rare Norwegian elephant, that's a rare Swedish spikebear!
Hilarious as always.
 

CK76

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"Couldn't you have done that before all my friends died?"

Very true.
 

Badger01

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Dahemo said:
How very dare you! That is Brian Blessed, he of the booming tones, king of the Hawkmen, inspector of cannons and of course, ardent rambler. For shame...

i wouldn't like to go rambling with him near any tall cliff faces

he's a little like stephen fry, except louder and less learned. and has a beard. and it bigger
not really like him at all
still they're both just spiffing