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so THAT'S why she wears a cake dress!
The men behind The Secret of Monkey Island, Full Throttle, Grim Fandango, Psychonauts. If you didn't played those, then you lost a lot.
who's time schafer, and why should I care? i'm betting whatever the answer is, I still won't care, but worth a shot.
Tim Schafer is a legend.... too bad he never talks about Full throttle, which was one of his greatest creations
I felt like the guy on the right seemed pissed off. The title and everything is all about tim :/ would be frustrating. a lot of the questions went to tim. Don't think it was made to shadow greg but yeah.
Sugar Bunting's buildings look like they are sugar pots.
GameSpot you need to put a direct link to twitch its just annoying that I had to go manually search for the twitch chat, to get my questions to Tim...did have 2 question answer by him so I'm happy, you guys need to fix it tho, have a quick link for twitch streams.
Sorry, I don't like children's cartoons.
I thought this was livesstreaming like 20 mintes form now NOOOO I've missed so mych
Damn can't wait for this!! Only 3 hours left! :D
wow, excited for this. Proud backer in da house.
By the way, FIRST! Or as the say in New York, FOIST!
By the way, Tim (Schafer);
Kevin VanOrd and Tom Mcshea said in a recent Twitch stream that they "don't really like" Double Fine games, though Kevin said you are "a big deal in the industry".
Yes I am a stool pigeon.
@404FredNotFound We'll have our own chat up and running soon (same as Giant Bomb /chat) and editors will be looking there as well. Stay Tuned!
@obsequies there will be a video on demand of this later today.
Is that really the New York accent?
@Gelugon_baat @focuspuller No not all. In fact, the stereotypical "oi" in the so-called New York accent came voice actors like Mel Blanc (the voice of Bugs Bunny, WB voices, etc, "known as the man with a thousand voices") and others. Most of those guys, like Mel Blanc, weren't even from New York, he was from LA.
@focuspuller well played :D