So many years have passed and yet were all still here; logging In and checking on everyone. It has been a crazy ride with so many changes and yet we still have a long trip ahead of us. I look forward to continuing and enjoying my time with everyone along the way.
10 years agoMJCabooseRvB
Recently My computer has been down for which it feels like a lifetime now but now I will be chilling on my friends (even though I know how weird that sounds). Nothing too new is happening around here with me but I am thinking about Buying Fable 2 once I'm finished BETA testing my current game's on the list: World of Warcraft WotLK, Aion Tower of Eternity, Warhammer 40k, Perfect World International, and so on and so forth.
I will infact be on more often, I know alot of you missed me (no need to be shy, you know who you are. ) So enough about me, Tell me what yall have been doing; anything new and all that sort of thing?
I wouldn't normally do this but there's a rumor going around about Halo 4 being produced by Gearbox instead of Bungie, as we all well Know this should be impossible since Bungie has not only the Copyrights but has stated that they would make Halo 1,2,3 and then they game Halo Wars which is a Real time Strategy game. But anyways heres the Rumor Source thats been going around. Not really sure what to make of it myself.
It's A Wonderful Live: Episode 1 This is just great. XD
It's A Wonderful Live: Episode 2 Makes me reconsider Buying a PS3.
It's A Wonderful Live: Episode 3 Yup sometime's even I think I'm the only Good "Elite" Player online.
11 years agoMJCabooseRvB
Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles, often abbreviated as RvB, is a machinima comic science fiction video series created by Rooster Teeth Productions and distributed primarily through the Internet and DVD. The series chronicles the story of two opposing teams of soldiers fighting a civil war in the middle of a desolate box canyon (Blood Gulch), in a parody of first-person shooter (FPS) games, military life, and science fiction films. Initially intended to be a short series of six to eight episodes, the project quickly and unexpectedly achieved significant popularity following its April 1, 2003, Internet premiere. Rooster Teeth therefore decided to extend the series, eventually totaling five seasons and 100 episodes.
Red vs. Blue emerged from Burnie Burns' voice-over-enhanced gameplay videos of Bungie Studios' FPS video game Halo: Combat Evolved. The series is primarily produced using the machinima technique of synchronizing video footage from a game to pre-recorded dialogue and other audio. Footage is mostly from the multiplayer modes of Halo: Combat Evolved and its sequel, Halo 2, on the Microsoft Xbox video game console.
Both within the machinima movement and among film critics, Red vs. Blue has been generally well-received. Praised for its originality, the series has won four awards from the Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences. It has been credited with bringing new popularity to machinima, helping it to gain more mainstream exposure, and attracting more people to the art form. Graham Leggat, former director of communications for Lincoln Center's film society, described Red vs. Blue as "truly as sophisticated as Samuel Beckett." While special videos continue to be released online, the first four completed seasons are also available on DVD, with the fifth season to be released in early August, making the series one of the first commercially released and successful machinima products. Rooster Teeth has created videos, some under commission from Microsoft, for special events, and Red vs. Blue content is advertised to be included with a premium "Legendary" edition of Halo 3.
On April 1, 2007, the fourth anniversary of Rooster Teeth Productions and of the first episode of RvB, Burns announced that episode 100 would be the finale to The Blood Gulch Chronicles. The final episode was believed to be released on June 28, 2007 containing three alternate endings.
Significant supporting characters
Lopez: A robot built by Sarge that, due to a damaged voice card, can only speak Spanish. After the explosion that propels the cast into the future, only his head remains.
Sheila: The AI inside the Blue Team's tank and later in the ship.
Doc: A medic who exhibits extreme pacifism.
O'Malley: An evil, megalomaniacal AI, who can travel from host to host via radio, originally having been implanted in Tex during a military experiment, also known as Omega.
Andy: A bomb originally built to destroy O'Malley. He also translates the Alien's language and Spanish.
Alien (Blarg): A creature who leads Tucker and Caboose on a "sacred quest."
Gary: A computer terminal who explains The Great Prophecy, and is later revealed to be Wyoming's partner AI, Gamma.
Wyoming: A freelancer hired by O'Malley to kill Tucker. Wyoming was in Tex's elite division and was given his own AI, Gary.
Vic: A sardonic, unhelpful communications officer for both Red and Blue armies.
Junior: Tucker's alien baby, conceived parasitically by the Alien and Tucker.
Captain Flowers: The Blue team's former leader, brought back from the dead.
Sister: Grif's sister. Sent to aid the Blues and fight against the Reds. She is clearly a monochromat, seeing as she cannot tell Reds from Blues, and she has refered to Simmons as "the gray guy".
2019 years agoMJCabooseRvB
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