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August 22, 2005 12:35 PM   Subscribe

This Spartan Life, a Halo talk show. A nice example of Machinima, using game engines in unexpected ways. Some, like the folks behind Red vs. Blue or The Strangerhood, make long running series, others recreate movie scenes, and some people just like playing with the environment.
posted by Gamblor (10 comments total)

 
Now I want all talk shows to include weapons of war, firey crashes, and vulva-shaped transported modules.

"When Bob Stein respawns, he's going to kick your ass!"
posted by maxsparber at 1:20 PM on August 22, 2005


I'm not a huge gamer or machinima fan, but I found TSL very entertaining. I predict we'll see an actual G4 show using Machinima soon.
posted by o2b at 1:32 PM on August 22, 2005


Didn't Rooster Chicken get hired to do a mini-series of Strangerhood for G4?
posted by ODiV at 1:35 PM on August 22, 2005


that was very entertaining. i watched it before i saw it on metafilter.
posted by PigAlien at 1:45 PM on August 22, 2005


I really enjoyed it.

Very well done. Thanks for pointing that out.
posted by Freen at 1:53 PM on August 22, 2005


And because I'm a fanboy: Escapist on Machinima
posted by cleverusername at 2:15 PM on August 22, 2005


Tim Berners-Lee is spinning in his grave (yes, I know he's not dead yet, but should he see that site it would surely kill him). The download hasn't finished yet, but the first lesson of web design to be learned here is "big blobs of flash bad".
posted by fvw at 3:16 PM on August 22, 2005


The Oprah Winfrey show should adopt this format.
posted by mecran01 at 9:04 PM on August 22, 2005


I think this is fascinating. I watched the Few Good (G) Men... It'll be interesting when they can actually include some physical manifestation of emotion into the toons.
posted by crunchland at 11:05 PM on August 22, 2005


This is a fantastic idea, and well-executed. The blog entries are kinda dumb, but the Bob Stein interview is priceless.
posted by notmydesk at 7:55 AM on August 23, 2005


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