|bongoprophet - 2007-11-22 |
Sooo.. each time he wants his drug dealer numbers and whatever he has to play through the game? Jeez, he must know that damn carriagelevel by heart... oh how I loathe that level
also, this is the greatest.
|Man Who Fights Like Woman - 2007-11-22 |
At least they didn't play on a TI-86.
|Aelric - 2007-11-22 |
that wasn't level ten! the objective isn't to rescue pharrah! this is full of factual inaccuracies!
between this and the CSI:NY second life shit, i'm starting to think that EA has a monopoly on cop shows product placement.
what is your product?
(Short shots on screen, not mentioned by name unfortunately.)
|JimBeam - 2007-11-22 |
The showboating detective who inevitably chokes at the big moment, where all hope is lost, perfectly sets the stage for the bright-eyed young prodigy's shining performance.
|mouser - 2007-11-22 |
If that isn't product placement I dont know what it.
And..,. fuck... why did he figure he'd have to go to the 10th level?
|kingarthur - 2007-11-22 |
This is the single most awful moment of television ever.
Can the writers of this particular show just...stay on strike or something? Forever?
really? is it really worse that the CSI:NY second life clip? because at least this one has a few more degrees of separation from furries than that one did.
Time to find out if love can bloom......
...on a battlefield.
|Killer Joe - 2007-11-22 |
The drug dealer's financial records are a lie.
(I swear I will never do that again.)
|Caminante Nocturno - 2007-11-22 |
What the bloody Hell just happened there?
|CornOnTheCabre - 2007-11-22 |
Rookie drug dealer mistake. If he really wanted to keep those records hidden, he should've put them at the end of Bad Boys: Miami Takedown.
KAIZO MARIO WORLD.
|Doctor Arcane - 2007-11-22 |
Wouldn't proper procedure be to remove the X-box hard-drive, forensically image it before playing Prince of Persia? God. what n00bs.
|BHWW - 2007-11-22 |
That's totally unrealistic.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have to update the records for my shipments of black-market shoulder-mounted missile launchers I have stored within a copy of Shogo: Mobile Armor Division.
|Randroid - 2007-11-22 |
The facial expressions are worth five stars alone.
|Adramelech - 2007-11-22 |
The most baffling thing about this clip is that it's from a few weeks ago. The Sands of Time was released in 2003 for the original Xbox, which Microsoft has since abandoned. That would be some awfully convoluted product placement scheme.
|gambol - 2007-11-22 |
There is no drama here.
|Princess v2.1 - 2007-11-22 |
That deaf, dumb and blind girl sure plays a mean PoP
|StanleyPain - 2007-11-22 |
Strange how the filmmakers bothered to get actual footage from the game that's basically accurate to the sequential order of the game's "levels" but then fucked up everything else so badly.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2007-11-22 |
So, computers are essential tools for drug dealing, and a console is essentially a computer with games on its hard drive, and he's always playing that game...
Well, if they play the game they'll crack the case.
*high five's and a fresh pot of coffee in the writers' suite*
|Merzbau - 2007-11-22 |
ADVANCE TO LEVEL 2
|ztc - 2007-11-22 |
MAJOR DICK WINTERS NOOOO
|coprolalia - 2007-11-22 |
A lot of competition has built up over the years, but this may well be the worst presentation of video games on television or movies of all time.
|Big Muddy - 2007-11-22 |
"Life is about finding answers in unexpected places!" (Jump, high five, freeze in midair, Steven J. Canell rolls in grave.)
|Camonk - 2007-11-22 |
I really wish I had more to say about this. But I'm still horribly confused.
Also, the guy claimed he was a badass at video games, but can't get past level 3?
|Wonko the Sane - 2007-11-22 |
This is too unbelievable, everyone knows girls can't play video games.
|theSnake - 2007-11-22 |
LOL this is so fake, girls aren't good at video games.
Dude, you totally just ripped off Wonko. He already made that comma splice.
Right above you, even.
|Scynne - 2007-11-23 |
Okay, so some dude went to all the trouble of editing the game data, just to force himself to play through the game every time he want to view records that he could have just kept in a (burnable) notebook. Clever.
|Hooker - 2007-11-23 |
Reaction shots are the "very" of film.
|Pie Boy - 2007-11-24 |
Aww. I had good expectations for this show until they were kidnapped and raped to death by this clip.
|Gwago - 2007-12-01 |
Hey, you gotta give the guy at the beginning some points for figuring out how to slack off and play X-Box at work without getting in trouble.
|Alektorophobic - 2007-12-04 |
"Do you think you can get to level 10?"
"Detective, I'm 30 years old, I live with my mother, and I have a Captain Kirk costume in my closet."
Apparently that means "no".
I hate when script writers try to write about computers without doing any sort of research. Someone should program a video game that's all about being a writer, and make it so you have to gargle a hundred cocks to win.
You stop writing forever and I promise you I will never ever write anything involving a video game.
|dementomstie - 2008-06-10 |
I realized that this show was unrealistic in this episode because, really, that's not how the game works! Stupid semi-awesome cop show.
Also, wouldn't you put your files in a game you can actually get to level 10 in in less than an hour? Because that's what it would take to get that far in the game, at least. Maybe put your files in Katamari Damacy in the Bear level, only opening if you get the giant bear, or Leisure Suit Larry after doing shots with the monkey, or Kingdom Hearts after battling through the 100 Tournament levels, that would also take forever and make people really frustrated. How about putting it in BMX XXX? No one would ever think of playing that, so it's a great place to put secret files.
Ahem. Sorry, got a little carried away there. But also, I'd love to see a show do this same thing but with Katamari Damacy.
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