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Jonathan Blow, take heed: rapper Soulja Boy reviews Braid

7:32 PM on 09.16.2008


If you loved Braid, as the majority of Destructoid's staff did, you're going to want to sit down for this one. Rapper Soulja Boy posted a YouTube video which shows himself and a friend sharing their feedback on Braid, including such gems of insight as "it ain't got no point to the game" and "it's like Mario in the future". Wow. Just ... wow.

Of course, Braid is stupid and has no point! It has no guns, and worst of all, no titties! Of course, the composer of a triumphant ode to the beauty of women such as "Booty Meat" is an ideal person to comment on a game that challenges intelligence, emotions and interpretation all at the same time. Stick with what you know, kid, because this sh*t just makes you look bad.

[Thanks, Action Bastard]




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