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Gibber

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About Gibber

  • Rank
    Action Newbie
  • Birthday 07/09/1980

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  • PSN Tag
    Herrinbone
  • Location
    Seattle, Wa.
  • Occupation
    Owner / Coach OGER CrossFit
  1. Hey so, I pledged exactly 100 dollars. I still get that reward selection right? You guys keep saying "over 100 dollars".
  2. Been skipping back and forth between Brutal Legend, Psychonauts, Full Throttle, and the TellTale Sam and Max Episodes.
  3. The Dark Eye was one of my favorite games as a kid. Narrated by William S. Burroughs! Can't get much better than that.
  4. Leave it to DF. If they want our opinion, they'll take a poll. We're not investors or producers, we're kickstarter backers. The only thing owed to us is what was promised which is an insider look at an awesome project and a finished product when all is said and done. Personally, I'm really looking forward to this entire next year of updates.
  5. Hey guys, I'm Gabe and I live in Seattle. I own and operate a CrossFit box. Maniac Mansion is the earliest game I remember playing. After that Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle and Full Throttle have always been some of my favorite games of all time and I continued to love and play them into adulthood through SCUMMVM. I actually didn’t even realize they all had the same people working on them until recently when I played and loved Brutal Legend and started reading up on Tim’s career. I had a sudden realization of “Holy Crap. All of the games I’ve ever loved have all been made by the same people!” Soon after I heard about DFA and fell in love all over again. Since, I’ve been catching up on things that I’ve missed like Psychonauts and Grim Fandango. I can’t wait to spend the next year immersed in this experience. Other than that I'm a PS3 gamer, but I run my own business and go to school so I don't have a whole lot of time to play.
  6. Maniac Mansion is the earliest game I remember playing. After that Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle and Full Throttle have always been some of my favorite games of all time and I continued to love and play them into adulthood through SCUMMVM. I actually didn't even realize they all had the same people working on them until recently when I played and loved Brutal Legend and started reading up on Tim's career. I had a sudden realization of "Holy Crap. All of the games I've ever loved have all been made by the same people!" Soon after I heard about DFA and fell in love all over again. Since, I've been catching up on things that I've missed like Psychonauts and Grim Fandango. I can't wait to spend the next year immersed in this experience. Thanks Double Fine!!!!
  7. "At the end of the day I truct Tim, Ron and Co to make a great game. I personally will keep my feedback to a minimum. As long as its a funny old school style adventure game with the typical Tim and Ron genuis I will be VERY happy" Yup.
  8. This is completely how I feel. I'm SO stoked about this and I can't wait until Double Fine's shining light and hysterical genius is unleashed upon the world like Ormagoden, but until then, let the backers have their day. : )
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