This is probably the most interesting I've heard about in a loooong time...

Dudebro, My Shit is Fucked Up So I Got to Shoot/Slice You II: It's Straight-Up Dawg Time is the greatest sequel to the greatest game of all time.

Now, for the reality.

So, on NeoGAF (a large gaming forum), a thread was started by a certain person who believed that Imagine: Babyz Fashion is an amazing gaming experience. After said person was being called a pedophile by other forum posters for liking this game, this person had attempted to defend himself by saying that the game was a nice game as it was so different from all the new same-old shooters and action games that have come out. To quote exactly...

Originally Posted by cuyahoga:
So, I'm a pedophile because I don't want to play Dudebro, My Shit is Fucked Up So I Got to Shoot/Slice You II: It's Straight-Up Dawg Time? To throw around these sort of accusations at someone who seeks to do something different suggests quite the insecurity on your part.

Now, I don't understand completely how this whole mess started, but the generic stereotypical title Dudebro, My Shit is Fucked Up So I Got to Shoot/Slice You II: It's Straight-Up Dawg Time has become into an amazing internet meme. People have been making photoshopped images, game scripts, and even proposing an actual project surrounding this game title because it's so goddamn awesome.

To follow the actual board surrounding the development of "what could be" a game, click here.

To see the original board where this title had originated, click here. 

Here are some of the awesome pictures that posters had made... 


My favorite image:

Library of Games Podcast: Episode 2 - 2.2.10

Posted by Kaillif [Gloqwi] Ammen Monday, February 8, 2010 0 comments

Wait, we actually got around to doing a second episode? And it was almost 3 weeks earlier than expected? (Ok, maybe 2 weeks, but we recorded this only a week after the first episode) Yes, that's right! Here's the second episode of the Library of Games Podcast! Henry is gone for this episode (and he's probably never coming back), but we've got a new host (who's a much better host than I) Patrick Hermann! (but he would much rather be called Pat) Stanley and I are still here, and Taylor has become an official host on the show!

[Download the MP3 here!]

Here are the websites we (and always will be) plugged at the end of the show:

Gloqwi (duh, right here!)
Pat's Website (and Twitter) (the website that inspired me to change the face of this website!)
azndudedowndastreet's YouTube page (my friend's Yu-Gi-Oh channel. These guys take this children card game seriously!)


YouMedia get new media!

Posted by Kaillif [Gloqwi] Ammen Wednesday, February 3, 2010 2 comments

Games, games, and more games! A special delivery arrived at about 4:30PM today. Thank our awesome librarian Taylor for funding us with four new games, all supposed to be very awesome games (each of them getting an average of over 8/10s from most reviewers!)
There's going to be a happy nerd rushing toward the library everyday after school now! A Borderlands review will be in the works soon! And there's definitely some Batman worked into there, but when we don't feel like working, we'll definetly switch to some Bad Company! Not that excited to play inFamous, and probably after all of the other games, Final Fantasy XIII probably would have come out by that time, so don't get your hopes up for anything inFamous unless I get it myself!
It's gonna be a good quarter of gaming, it's also probably going to be a quarter of slacking on homework... :P

Congratulations to X-Play 1000!

Posted by Kaillif [Gloqwi] Ammen Monday, February 1, 2010 0 comments

Back in the old days, I used to spend hours upon hours watching a certain G4TV video game show, a show known to many people as X-Play.

The show (hosted by Adam Sessler and Morgan Webb) used to be a show about great reviews while adding a bit of humor to it. Although they urged you to play games that they rated five stars, the best part of the show was watching them play one-star reviews. They gave great opinions on the games at the time and always had great suggestions for games to watch during the holiday and winter breaks. The show was definitely for people who just wanted a quick rundown of the games they may have wanted to play.

Recently, though, X-Play went through a huge presentation change. They turned from a humorous review show to a news channel for video games. They still made reviews, but most of the show was made up entirely of news stories, exclusive sneak previews, trailers, interviews, and other features related to gaming (such as a presentation for pro-tips from professional gamer T-Squared for popular games at the time, or announcements for gaming contests held by X-Play).

This was a great idea, since there wasn't anyone to compete against for a gaming TV show other than Spike (in fact, it was GTTV except actually on TV, and had episodes a lot more frequently).

The only thing was, as I started to find more and more gaming news outlets on the internet, I lost more and more interest in X-Play and G4 as a whole. Reviews barely ever aired, and when they did, they were always for games that probably were super-popular anyway. The old shows used to review games that had very little fame, but were very well reviewed and it got me interested in games I would have never paid attention to. The reviews were really all that I came for at the time, and once they stopped airing much, I just stopped watching. All I ever watched on the channel was an episode of Ninja Warrior, and maybe Attack of the Show if they were doing a Gadget Pr0n segment.

Now, they finally came out with their 1000th episode. Their humor was drier than usual, but it was nice to watch a couple of seconds of the old episodes they reffered to (even the first one and the first appearance of Morgan Webb on TechTV!). Sadly, it didn't really pump my interest back into the show, but watching it brought some good memories...

I posted this on the blog a LONG time ago, but it's one of the few thing that I've ever laughed hysterically at that was made by them. It definitely helps to go watch their original review, but this was actually a response to complaints that X-Play's original review didn't have scores that were close to the ones other well-respected reviewers gave this game. Enjoy it, and congratulations to Adam and Morgan!

Footnote: You should also see this if you are interested in Adam's response to the complaints. I'm very sad to learn that Adam stopped his Sessler's Soapbox segment only yesterday (January 31st) after about two years in the running. I always liked listening to his opinion and I think G4 is slowly fading from my interest now...

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