|Jet Bin Fever |
Whew, for a second there I thought I would have to talk to a real person to have hot food delivered to me. Its too bad you still have to get up to answer the door and to run to the toilet an hour later.
IT ALREADY KNOWS WHERE I LIVE!
PRESS X FOR DRONE STRIKE
YOU DON"T EVEN HAVE TO LEAVE YOUR COUCH!!!
But, you have to quit out of whatever game you were playing, lose your group, lose your party, and be disconnected out of party chat then have to go through all that in reverse to get back into the game.
IT'S THAT EASY!!!!
Also, you have to leave your couch to get the door when the pizza delivery guy arrives.
And you don't have to get off the couch or turn off the Xbox to just phone Pizza Hut as usual.
And you don't have to leave the couch ever to open up another can of Mountain Dew.
Hopefully the pizza app can read minds if someone has a BMI of 44 and their heart palpates if they move their thumb.
How many xbox points is it for a double bypass ?
|Caminante Nocturno |
So where's Hatsune Miku?
I came here for Hatsune Miku.
poopsockers did it better with /pizza
|That guy |
But they won't let me open a Pizza Hut Account!!
Because it's not like you haven't been able to order pizza online for the last, you know, fifteen years.
I wonder how much of this shit will take up the Xbox 720's announcement conference next month.
It's not like Microsoft has really been interested in pushing the Xbox as being for video games anymore for the last four years. Nah, it's for ordering Pizza and browsing YouTube hands free for a year.
The new Xbox is actually just a pizza dispenser. You load your toppings into the CD tray. Their big launch title will be Halo 5, which isn't a game, it's just a bag of pineapple slices and ham.
It still knows where you live, though.
Pizza kids full album available as DLC for just 5 bucks!
Cheese stuck to the top of the box will be addressed in future updates.
May 21st is now the official date that MS will announce the new Xbox. As someone who has owned a 360 almost since it's launch (same model too) I can definitely say my experience with it has been pretty positive and I'll be a bit sad to see the era of the 360 fall by the wayside. I spent a lot of hours playing some pretty sweet games on that noisy thing and, overall, I never really had much in the way of issues with MS aside from their ludicrous pricing on certain games and add-ons. So, I'm a little sad that the next era of Xbox will likely be marred by shitty always-online DRM, stupid pricing tiers, IAP taking over games (which is not really MSs fault, but hey) and requiring the Kinect so we can overuse it's badly thought out interface issues.
At this point I am woefully disappointed in everything I've heard about the upcoming console generation. I just hate sounding like a snob whenever I state that if I want a PC I'll buy a PC that isn't crippled, thank you very much.
Quick cut at the end before he took a bite of the pizza.
Kinect will note that by bong hit number 5 you will be ready to place a ridiculous large order of pizza and will force you to play Halo while waiting. Of course you will be annoyingly miked up during play through Kinect so every player in your lobby can hear your bong induced ramblings prior your said pizza delivery.
I once saw the Everquest folding keyboard with the Pizza Hut button at Goodwill. I *regret* not buying it.
30 years ago, Nintendo wanted the Famicom/NES to have this capability. Hence the expansion outlets on the undersides of our old toaster units.
Now that long ago dream of console-ordered pizza has finally been realized. And it was Microsoft that claimed the grease-stained crown.
GREETINGS, QUAD9DAMAGE. SHALL WE ORDER A PIZZA?
"I'll have a Supreme with extra olives and cheese. From Papa John's."
WOULDN'T YOU PREFER A NICE DELIVERY FROM PIZZA HUT?
"Later. Let's get Papa John's."
FINE. [I KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE.]
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