Kelly Kelley Gives a Recap of Day 1 Halo: Reach Free For All
Mrs. Violence wraps up day 1 of the Halo: Reach MLG Pro Circuit Winter Championships Free For All Tournament.
@DellGyre i would say theres more nerds playing PC games than xbox game just look at wow for example, mug.
How is that little kid allowed to play halo reach btw? Wont they get in trouble for letting a minor play a M rated game?
:) I wish Mrs. Violence the best in her a transition to professional reporting. I hope she takes full advantage of her own experiences to make MLG reporting more exciting, and helpful, with comments on gameplay and gamers she knows. And it doesn't hurt to look good. A bit finer balance between personality and professionalism though; the reporter's own words probably shouldn't need to be beeped out.
Yeah... a great interviewer, pfffff. :P I'd really like to see how she would fare interviewing devs with brains, like Tim Schafer and Ken Levine... instead of all this ****
is that sam kid even old enough to play the game? lol any way halo in my opinion is the best mlg game simply because it takes a lot of skill to play online.
Mrs. Violence did AGES better than the BF3 broadcast. She seemed like a legitimate interviewer and did a great job this time.
Oh My God, everywhere I go on the internet, there's talk about Mass Effect 3's ending. Enough already. Mrs violence actually disapproves of the ending so it must've been horrible cause she knows what she's talking about!!! Seriously, nothing against you guys but it wasn't that big of a deal considering all the crap happening right now in the world.
My God... is this a real job...? LOL I mean, besides the players (who are there for the money, I get that :P) does anyone in their right mind give a rat's ass about all this...? Miss Violence was pathetic in the B3 competition, pathetic in the VGA Awards, and is consistent with that right here...
Yeah miss kelly doing better behind the mic then when she was cranked out on NOS energy drinks and no sleep rambling On the bf3 reality show
I think her surname is pronounced Ka - Lay. If not her parents are really fukked up or she may have married some dude with a surname Kelley. Either way WTF?
FYI these "hot reporters" are just here to make you sniveling geeks pitch a tent and pay attention - and it's working. I'm not saying the female form isn't something to hold in awe, because it's great; what I am saying is that most of this BS is shovel fed to us with a pair of boobs so that we even care. But I guess this is how it is for most sports.
If she was blonde, dumb, and athletic, I'd be thinking I'm seeing the WWE Diva's twin sister. Why is this going to be the last year of Halo pro competition? Does she just mean Halo: Reach, or does she mean Halo in general?
so is her name one of those things where women think repeating something gives it another meaning? like "he wasnt just angry, he was ANGRY angry!" and why is there another "e" in the second kelley? throughout this whole video all i can think of is how this name came to be, whether its a stage name or given to her by astronomically uncreative parents... her next video needs to be about explaining her name or else i will never be able to focus on the actual content.
Mrs. Violence is pretty hot when she's doing her thing and not giving plugs for useless crap like Gamer Grip and such. lol! How much did that boofhead Tim Adrenaline look like Taylor Lautner?! Derrr, I expect complete domination! Gruff! Zooweee, zooweee! I duno, all these tournaments and such are part of the reason people are starting to take gaming way too seriously. Its become this mass enterprise, instead of people just having some fun with their games.
The girl at 4:56 made my jaw drop. Where are all these beautiful gamer girls in my town!? @pcsun3 : parents permission. That kid was so funny talking to this girl. He seemed like he didn't give a f****. His responses were just like... "yep"... "yeah". Ha ha, I just thought that was funny.
"Splitscreen is my Kryptonite." I don't know if this speaks to how dramatically gaming has shifted or to how young these competitors are... or both. After all, multiplay was born on splitscreen.