E3 2014: Aisha Tyler curses like a sailor in her Ubisoft Press Conference speech
Aisha entertains the crowd with her potty mouth.
They Laugh because they Like Swearing and insult, What a Jerk words she said, when they being this words to serious situation they will get a Fight and Bad things happened!
I actually dislike her... as in really dislike her (hate is too big a word for someone you don't really know)
She annoys the everliving f*** out of me though.
I like Aisha a lot. Her podcasts pulls in some rather interesting guests like Seth Green and H. Jon Benjamin. Thought the ubi press conference was great and she was a big part of that.
Ubisoft always manages to have the most awkward press conference. But hey, at least Tobuscus wasn't there this year. Remember that? That was terrible.
Best Ubisoft presser in a while. She is an entertainer and she was entertaining. What more do you want? A suit trying to make jokes? Watch the Sony Presser and you will never want that again.
Ugh, this chick kinda urks me the wrong way. Does she even work for Ubisoft? Or is she just a random spokesperson?
My problem isn't so much that she cursed but just that it wasn't warranted. Swearing just to do it or for attention just makes you annoying.
lmao "you rarely hear on network television, but you hear everywhere else." And why is that, do you think? This is not a melodic death metal concert.
I love how people can criticize her for a few words you rarely hear on network television, but you hear everywhere else.
And gamespot - isn't it hypocritical to allow a few innocent curse words in a video but we can't say them here?
Gamespot post video of bad words but we not allowed to write them. Where my friend Mr. Caffeine? He dead?
seriously this could have been your last one. Everyone can curse, you need to figure out what other ways you can grab and keep peoples attention. Actually the games do the work for you. You just brought your self worth and respect down by many levels. I hope you get to read this. Hey majority of the audience are guys and sure they curse but be a bit professional, your representing Ubisoft. I think Ubisoft should think twice before letting her run the stage with her potty mouth.
She was just extremely annoying at this point. If I was there I would have yelled
"SHUUUUUT UPPPPP! SHOW THE GAME, GET OFF THE STAGE, THEN BRING THE NEXT DEVELOPER OUT."
@mapthecap what the f***? Go f*** yourself you goddamn racist.
@dkenpachi Seriously, I don't think anyone else even gets who she is. She is literally one of the reasons I watch the Ubisoft conference every year.
@scraper2k legend hu?
@lordking123 Yeah, and one can always chose not to watch it
@Papa_Big_C She's an actress, and a pretty big gamer, so I'm sure that's why they use her.
@endorbr Normal people swear, because it's part of their everyday vocabulary.
@musalala Yeah dude, I totally agree. =)
@kimjong-un They let us do it for a good amount of months, and now we can't do it again. I didn't swear that much, but I know we were able to. Now it's even more strict than ever before. You can say tr0ll, or p1ssed and things like that.
@bejamshi Are you like.... talking to Aisha Tyler? Anyways you realise that the video is 1 minute long and the presser was an hour long. You make sound as if she was cursing all the time even though in the video its like 3 or 4 times that actually she curses.
@bunchanumbers She didn't need to cry either.
@tableofjapan Then you would have been on your own looking like a complete asshole.
@tgwenz @bejamshi I do understand that and I did watch the whole show. My point is, no matter what audiance you sell something to, be it kids, professionals, elderly, one swear word will devalue what your offering and will change how people value and trust you. Of-course with the audience being mostly teens one assumes they are ok with this, but believe me there were more than teens in that audience.
@endorbr Don't know go to most professional offices on wall street, you will hear some of the worst language known to man. So get off that high-horse.
Unprofessional is unprofessional regardless of venue. No descent from my horse is necessary. Also the average normal person doesn't work on Wall Street.