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IDDQDerp

Postby Paul » 12 Jan 2014, 14:02

Watching Alex play games is its own pastime. Look forward to Minecraft shenanigans and nutty adventure maps, “Let’s NOPE!” survival horror playthroughs, FPS games with mods you’ve never heard of, and maybe even game genres Alex hasn’t played before… You won’t be disappointed.

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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Canageek » 12 Jan 2014, 18:52

Salutations Alex. I've got to say, so far your stream has made me laugh out loud more then any of the others (though they are enjoyable in other ways). Now that the gaming PC has arrived are you planning on finishing Metro 2033 or moving on?

Also, you've made me want to buy Metro 2033, damn you.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Boofinka » 12 Jan 2014, 22:25

I think that while Alex on his own is hella funny, the addition of Cam makes this extra great; that whole sniping dialog had me in stitches.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Lyinginbedmon » 12 Jan 2014, 23:05

Oh yeah, Alex is fantastic alongside company, but recalling his AAAL streams is key fodder for evidence that he is in and of himself a fascinatingly entertaining fellow.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Boofinka » 12 Jan 2014, 23:26

Yeah, Alex is just all the crazies.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby RedNightmare » 13 Jan 2014, 01:44

Boofinka wrote:I think that while Alex on his own is hella funny, the addition of Cam makes this extra great; that whole sniping dialog had me in stitches.

THIS! Can we have an extra show with just the two of them, because that was wonderfully dark.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Jamfalcon » 14 Jan 2014, 16:12

I guess this is going to be a thing for me now. Because I'm really good at arts. :P

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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Boofinka » 14 Jan 2014, 17:25

Show of hands* - who else wants to see Alex derp his ass off to Zeno Clash? It seems like the perfect fit.


*unless you've died and left them to a vampire, of course.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Alex Steacy » 18 Jan 2014, 01:49

ST̲̻̗̕A̤̬̕ṈͅD͖̞̦̺̝ ̵̙̙̭͔͖A̟̜̕GA̷̬I̮̬͠N͍̲̞͚̝͟S͡T͚̫ ͈̯͇̗T̷͚̭H̪͓E͕̩̯͓ͅ ̟D́E̗̗͠V͍̲͖̹ͅͅͅI̶L̬̕
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Clypheous » 18 Jan 2014, 07:28

I only got to see a little of this because it was late and I am getting a cold. For a bit I thought my cold medicine was affecting me just a bit more than normal, but apparently you were seeing the same things.

What. Was. That?
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby empath » 18 Jan 2014, 07:34

Alex Steacy wrote:ST̲̻̗̕A̤̬̕ṈͅD͖̞̦̺̝ ̵̙̙̭͔͖A̟̜̕GA̷̬I̮̬͠N͍̲̞͚̝͟S͡T͚̫ ͈̯͇̗T̷͚̭H̪͓E͕̩̯͓ͅ ̟D́E̗̗͠V͍̲͖̹ͅͅͅI̶L̬̕


Exactly; the whole magnificent and horrifying experience summed up in four simple words.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Boofinka » 18 Jan 2014, 07:39

I just QWOPd the fuck out during that stream. It was all I wanted IDDQDERP to be - and more.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby jkefka » 18 Jan 2014, 10:26

I actually laughed until it hurt. The gifs we will harvest out of the replay will sustain us for many months, perhaps into the next Desert Bus. Cam breaking down into hysterical laugher was also a highlight.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Canageek » 18 Jan 2014, 10:46

Alex Steacy wrote:ST̲̻̗̕A̤̬̕ṈͅD͖̞̦̺̝ ̵̙̙̭͔͖A̟̜̕GA̷̬I̮̬͠N͍̲̞͚̝͟S͡T͚̫ ͈̯͇̗T̷͚̭H̪͓E͕̩̯͓ͅ ̟D́E̗̗͠V͍̲͖̹ͅͅͅI̶L̬̕


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1Vr3DZSpfg
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby CaptainEnder7 » 18 Jan 2014, 11:34

Boofinka wrote:I just QWOPd the fuck out during that stream. It was all I wanted IDDQDERP to be - and more.

Totally agree with this. It was AMAZING. Cannot wait to re-watch it :D
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Prospero101 » 18 Jan 2014, 11:43

I am QWOPing hard right now. I think I need a moment.

This HAS to be from the nineties. Oh, God, it has to be.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby EikoandMog » 18 Jan 2014, 12:03

Canageek wrote:
Alex Steacy wrote:ST̲̻̗̕A̤̬̕ṈͅD͖̞̦̺̝ ̵̙̙̭͔͖A̟̜̕GA̷̬I̮̬͠N͍̲̞͚̝͟S͡T͚̫ ͈̯͇̗T̷͚̭H̪͓E͕̩̯͓ͅ ̟D́E̗̗͠V͍̲͖̹ͅͅͅI̶L̬̕


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1Vr3DZSpfg

Aaargh, why did you have to do this?
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Dix » 18 Jan 2014, 13:02

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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Canageek » 18 Jan 2014, 13:57

EikoandMog wrote:
Canageek wrote:
Alex Steacy wrote:ST̲̻̗̕A̤̬̕ṈͅD͖̞̦̺̝ ̵̙̙̭͔͖A̟̜̕GA̷̬I̮̬͠N͍̲̞͚̝͟S͡T͚̫ ͈̯͇̗T̷͚̭H̪͓E͕̩̯͓ͅ ̟D́E̗̗͠V͍̲͖̹ͅͅͅI̶L̬̕


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1Vr3DZSpfg

Aaargh, why did you have to do this?


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I still want a gif of the first moment that Alex and Cam hear the music, right before this, before Cam gives Graham the headphones (I looked it up: 1:12:48, and there are so many good gifs there I want to make; what software do people use for that?)
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby My pseudonym is Ix » 18 Jan 2014, 14:16

There was a play on Broadway once called Moose Murders- it lasted one night before being cancelled, thanks to a decidedly mental storyline that made absolutely no sense and carried with it a sense that we would probably describe nowadays as extreme derpiness. Afterwards, a theatre critic wrote 'From now on there will always be two types of theatregoersin this world; those who have seen Moose Murders, and those who have not. Those of us who have witnessed it will undoubtedly hold periodic reunions in the noble tradition of survivors of the Titanic'.

That's kinda how I feel about this stream.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Canageek » 18 Jan 2014, 14:25

If we want more crazy bible games, I have heard of something called The You Testament. http://www.pcgamer.com/2010/12/04/crap-shoot-the-you-testament/ that seems a bit more playable, but seems to involve Jesus handing you force powers, including the ability to shoot knives from your hands.

They made a sequel about Mohammad that is apparently the same thing. Oh, and did I mention they based them off a wrestling game engine, and left the AI aggression turned up, so Jesus sermons regularly turn into giant brawls? Also that it has peradeath?
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Postby AdmiralMemo » 18 Jan 2014, 15:49

Watch and Pray!
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Clypheous » 18 Jan 2014, 20:49

That was one of the most disturbing things I've ever seen. Watching three grown men play this game and just totally losing it made my day.

I just went and watched a speed run too. Why would any sane person be willing to play this game enough to get faster at it? I think this is some kind of psychological test.
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Conoros » 18 Jan 2014, 21:09

The sheer joy of the aircraft carrier and helicopter made it all worth it :)
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Re: IDDQDerp

Postby Merrymaker_Mortalis » 19 Jan 2014, 07:24

I want more reaction inducing plays on IDDQDerp.
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