The Five

3 years ago

So one of our Community Hunters (SpecOps614) came up with a really, really good idea for a new show the other day. It's called "The Five." It's basically a show where each episode he takes a video game and shares five little-known facts about it. They range from funny, to interesting, to "no shit? really?" He's done two so far, one in Mortal Kombat, and one in L.A. Noire. Here's hoping he continues it, because I'm definitely hooked.

Also, I totally want to steal his idea, but one doesn't steal from a dude who calls himself SpecOps.

Comments (75)

  • coolkranx

    coolkranx

    1 year ago

    first five

  • HAKURU_15

    HAKURU_15

    2 years ago

    thus began the five facts :D

  • Zulu_Pandaz

    Zulu_Pandaz

    3 years ago

    Dude keep making these, they rock.....and for the next could u do the halo series because being a huge halo fan like myself I know that most people know little about halo back story....good luck with the series and I can't wait to see more

  • wtfCalvin

    wtfCalvin

    3 years ago

    Awesome do some halo reach

  • nickst7719

    nickst7719

    3 years ago

    Do it on assassin's creed

  • Entish

    Entish

    3 years ago

    That is a good idea, and pretty well executed, too. I would still like to see RT do a take on it though, with your commentary and newer games :)

  • Crazykid158

    Crazykid158

    3 years ago

    never seen any they seem interesting i think ill check it out

  • ballofrage

    ballofrage

    3 years ago

    Hey Geoff specops614 told me the other day that he also likes our video series at Hazardous Entertainment, it's called Robot Chicken Halo edition. Look it up on YouTube. It'll be by XdeltaxhaloX. And check out the new Hazardous Entertainment group on this site, I made it bout 2 days ago to dread the word about us. I posted our newest video. And I gotta say it's hysterical.

  • brianbl401

    brianbl401

    3 years ago

    Go on the podcast =\

  • DuggieBishop

    DuggieBishop

    3 years ago

    I hope there's more.