Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep - E3 2013 Stage Demo
The voice of Tiny Tina herself, Ashly Burch and Borderlands 2 writer Anthony Burch join the GameSpot stage to talk about the tabletop inspirations behind the latest piece of DLC and how it translates to the game!
One of the two or three interviews on these Stage Demo videos who I really enjoyed.
This guy knows what´s up, entertaining, solid and relevant interview with a good deal of info but without it seeming like a info dump. It helps that the other guys seem really chill.
Totally thought this was "Tina Turners assault on dragon keep" I was very disappointed when I realised this wasn't the case.
I couldn't concentrate because Ashly is too F-ing cute! I want to put her on a keychain; I want to hang her on the rear view window in my car; I want to put doll clothes on her and brush her hair... Does that sound creepy?
What a refreshing interview compared to most of the others :) No tension on what they are allowed to reveal or not in the game, snarky comments and friendly insults by the developers, I guess it's because they are not releasing a new game , but the final DLC of an existing game, and one that doesn't take itself seriously either :D
But more importantly, I've always found Johnny the wildest of the GS presenters and so it is hilarious to see him trying to tone it down here and act the serious (sort of ) and professional interviewer in this segment, while the developers act as goofy as they want to. :))
Characters are funny, but the game is so tedious, always the same boring horde of enemies. After level 32 i abandoned, too much time to level up, The weapon system is broken, but for bad (enemies too strong), and special skills are somewhat useless
@CleverNameHere She looks like a Monchichi.
@Daddio93 Put up with? I really like him! I had a great time doing that interview!
@anab0lic I don't. I grew out of kiddy cartoons when I was 7 years old
@SKErwin I thought that too until I learned how easy and fun it was to farm legendary weapons and fight RAID bosses with friends. That's when the game gets really fun again and I feel has the most replay value.
@SKErwin yeah I like BDL 1 weapon system better and the eneimes are too strong at times
@Hey_Jay Where's dad??
@vexum Ooo. Ooo ooo ooo keep the sexism in your pants pal
@vexum This DLC was entended to change the way you felt about her like that. Apperently.
@vexum Keep your hand away from the caps lock key...
@SHEETBIKE Ah ok, ma bad!
@Sutava @anab0lic A person can be mature and still appreciate stylized artwork that has been done well. As a matter of fact there are quite a few cartoons out there that's done exceptionally well and contains mature elements that one can still enjoy as an adult. Summarily dismissing something because you are grown up is a bit childish, don't you think?
@Sutava@lingo56@anab0lic "I'll be disabling gamespot notifications now so I don't have to know that you've responded, losers." This sentence just gave your pathetic trolling attempt away... You won't be missed, loser...
@Sutava @lingo56 @anab0lic no offence dude, but grow up. You whine like a child, yet get bent out of shape when they call you on it, and yes you did attack anyone who likes the graphics style by calling them childish graphics or as you called them "kiddy cartoons". Cell shading is a highly respect form of art style, one of which I do like a lot.
So take a chill pill and use more common sense when making comments if you don't want to get "personally attacked" by those you piss off. I could care less if you like it or not. It's all personal opinion, but some people do like them so respect every ones opinion if you want us to respect yours. Works both ways.
@lingo56 @Sutava @anab0lic And because both of your jerkoffs personally attacked me over an opinion [Note I didn't attack any individual at the start, just stated an opinion] that means you are the immature retards here. I'll be disabling gamespot notifications now so I don't have to know that you've responded, losers.