On his blog on March 5,and again on a broadcast of X-PlayJeff Gerstmann, best known for his role in the Kane and Lynch debacle at Gamespot in long story short — he was fired, essentially for giving an overly negative review to a game heavily featured in Gamespot advertisingrevealed that he and Ryan Davis, an editor who had resigned in the aftermath of the review debacle, had joined forces to create a new gaming website called Giant Bomb. The site started as a simple blog while the actual layout was being constructed. It is now, in addition to featuring reviews and industry news, a wiki for anything related to gaming.
What makes Brad so. As one of my favorite members of the Giant Bomb crew which I'd say about all of them Brad seems to be the most mysterious. So I guess I need to dig deeper into what I like about Brad.
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I've noticed recently that he seems to be getting worse at games. Star wars kinect may suck, but watching brad play was even worse. I guess to be far if I aired my gameplay and tried to talk over it at the same time I might fuck up alot too. Make a video in a hot studio with hot lights in your face that obscure the TV you're trying to play your game on.
Norg Until your friend in the same job gets fired after 8 years byeaecause he gave a same a low score that had ads all over the site and ruined it's credibility. Ryan Mcdonald must be the head honcho around there. That pretty much does it for me, Gamespot is basically just a forum now.
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With the time that I've spent on GiantBomb. By not dying? Everybody has died at least once in a video game and you know what?
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