Video Exclusive: Carmine's Alternate Ending - Gears of War 3
Clayton Carmine's fate was decided by a charitable campaign that started out in 2010. In this exclusive video, find out how things might have been had the vote gone differently.
its kinda cool that they went ahead and showed us what would have happened if we voted differently, thats pretty cool of them. 'watches video.' 'facepalms' very funny Epic Games, very funny..........actually it kinda was. still, i would have preferred to see a actual ending.
hahaha was disappointed by the lack of a real unused preanimated cutscene with carmine dying, but this *almost* makes up for it
@Karlsfsn What if there was a Michael Bay explosion afterward? Or at least some eggs to go with that bacon. :P
Total balls, was at least hoping for some sort of battlefield glory death, not sat in the bath with his strides on listening to the wireless.
more homoerotic than i expected, dissapointed in no 'grizzly' end. this is so out of cannon. lol though
Death doesn't like to be cheated All the enemies you killed Are all suppose to die TODAY You all just be careful
:') i like early christmas presents. next year....I'd like....you know when samus aran from metroid took off the helmet to reveal she was a woman, i want a big daddy to take off their helmet to reveal an ewok.
ok,the cole song it s awesome but the carmine death is stupid,i thaught yo guys where going to actually do a real alternative ending,this looks like a garrys mod thing, its humilliating
im so glad the world of warcraft ad is broken so then i dnt hear any advertisement poo everytime i watch a video :)
Did he fart at the end? That was kinda funny but c'mon... where's the real ending that I voted for?? Carmine should have died but I guess a lot of women voted or something.
@Ninpo187 No offense buddy, but that's the whole joke. *Gullible' is indeed in the dictionary and only 'Gullible people' would believe that it isn't.
@Ferg1213 Why would "gullible" not be in the dictionary? I just spent considerable time looking it up on every online dictionary and not one excluded the word. Then I began looking at the print versions in my house which include Oxford and the Merriam Webster dictionary and they both contained the word "gullible". At this point I started calling my friends and asked them to look at their dictionaries and they said they were easily able to find the definition of "gullible" in their dictionaries. So my question to you is: which dictionary did you look in? Because I think you're wrong about the presence of the word "gullible" in the dictionary, because every dictionary I've looked in so far has the definition clearly printed. I will keep searching for a dictionary that does not contain a definition of "gullible" while I await your response.
Dear God.. how people don't understand that this is a joke I don't know. By the way, gullible isn't in the dictionary.