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Comments of the Week: For the discerning panda


11:00 AM on 11.06.2011
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A better breed of bear. 

Comments of the Week is a feature where we scour the front page, community blogs, forums, social media and the sand dunes of Tatooine picking out comments. The ones that make you think, the ones that make you laugh and the ones that make you cry (but also laugh), and consolidate them into an entertaining package for the viewing pleasure of you, the Destructoid community. 

Comments will fall into three categories: 

TRUTH: Pandas. 

LOL: Baby pandas falling over. 

WUT? Red pandas.



From Ubisoft announces 4 new game show games 




Look what you have done to Steven! The panda just left. He left without saying goodbye. Poor Steven. 


From Review: Saints Row: The Third Dildo Baseball Bat 






Chances are, when Jim is out and about using it, it would be the last thing you ever see on this earth. 

From Skyrim can go and suck it.






In summary:







From TtWaV Teaser: Should Skyward Sword be rated M? 




I've included these comments for posteriority. 





From Review: Sonic Generations 




deathsmiles666 is an image of pure focus on his imported Dodonpachi Daifukkatsu Arcade cabinet. The stick and buttons an extension of his form. Jim glides into the room silently like an otherworldly temptress, his hand slid over deathsmiles666's like cream poured over a sponge pudding. Jim leans into deathsmiles666 and whispers in his ear; "Take me to Bullet Hell...with your penis..." 



From Zelda rap video features a gangsta Great Deku Tree 




Please, nobody tell R O C K O N R A P O F F that rock is born out of an amalgamation of worldwide music traditions. Please also don't mention the use of rap in alternative rock like the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. It would only infuriate him and spark another debate that has nothing to do with videogames. Instead, let's just talk about videogames. Here is a picture of someone playing a videogame, so you can all calm down: 

 



From Facebook 




I've heard all of these arguments before except the part about it being expensive. Mainly because it retails the same as pretty much every other game out there. So, not sure I understand that one. 





"This is probably the most valid question I've read in a long time! Arise, Sir JJMcCallum." -Aurain [aka The Bear King] 

From EUFNF November 4th - Funpower, Treason and Plot Edition 


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