- The Community Spotlight - 04/15/2017 Apr 15, 2017
Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the Giant Bomb Community Spotlight and I, @zombiepie, am once again honored to be your host this week.
- Spencer has created a Giant Bomb Video Player for your Xbox One and Windows 10 devices!
- Giant Bomb Community Endurance Run VII Announcement Thread! The Giant Bomb Community Endurance Run is back, and this year is trying to raise money for Pencils of Promise's WASH Program! Learn more about it now!
- Dan and his fiancee won that incredibly dumb contest to be the first couple married in a Taco Bell. They are going to be in an edition of People Magazine by the way!
Clips Of The Week
Giant Bomb user glots compiled the best quotes from "Internet Dan" from the Drawn to Death Quick Look, but played them at 1.1x normal speed.
Mepsipax created a highly entertaining video compiling most of Giant Bomb's interactions with food and drink over the course of its many years.
clintlandon animated Vinny's conversation about Cheat Engine on the Beastcast. The results are hilarious, and you should thank clintlandon for creating this when possible.
Mr. Rorie is hosting a PREMIUM MEMBERS Rocket League tournament! Get the details, and remember to post the names of your other team members.
Best Of Blogs
eloj examined the file data from the MS-DOS version of the puzzle game Puzznic and discovered something AMAZING while doing so.
You might be aware of its technical issues, but thomasnash shares why he thinks Mass Effect: Andromeda's combat is a retrograde in comparison to previous games in the franchise.
Ashrak normally doesn't agree with the consensus, but with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, he concedes it deserves every bit of hype it has earned.
Dinoracha shares his formative feelings regarding The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and why he thinks the title of "masterpiece" is ill-placed right now.
TheMist997 has been enjoying Danny O'Dwyer's new YouTube channel, NoClip, and articulates why he thinks it is a wonderful companion to Giant Bomb on his latest blog.
Mento's a triple threat this week, with a rundown of his wiki work on the 1996 library of the SNES, a discussion of the first two episodes of Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands, and the continuation of his PS2 retrospective feature.
Join The Discussion
It is the movie franchise which has united the Giant Bomb community (family, really) under a single banner, but what did you think of the dumb visceral action in The Fate of the Furious?
What are your top ten games released from the last ten years? Share and discuss your list of defining games from the past decade.
Is the discontinuation a boneheaded decision or an opportunity to prioritize Switch manufacturing for Nintendo? You can join our discussion on the issue right now!
Do you have tips and tricks for anyone running through Persona 5 for the first time? Feel free to share them to Persona neophytes on this thread.
Speaking of Persona 5, who did you kick out for the fifth party member in Persona 5? Join our community debate on the matter over here!
Do you have any impressions of the PC port of Bayonetta? Join the community in marveling over one of PlatinumGames' better-known character action games.
Inspired by the forum topic of the same name, BabyChooChoo took the time to annotate his favorite ten games of the past ten years on this enlightening list.
Giant Bomb user Savage also joined the fun this week by listing his ten favorite games from the past decade. Check it out and think of which games would grace your list.
Will this ever be "The Run" for Vinny? That remains to be seen, but you should still check out our AMAZING wiki page for Dan's favorite fighting game of all time.
Peter Brown from GameSpot reminded us of Panzer Dragoon Saga's craziness recently, but that's just the tip of the iceberg! Learn more about the game on our incredibly detailed wiki page for the game.
I normally recommend users confused about games featured during Giant Bomb video features to check out our accompanying wiki page for the game, but for Tender Loving Care... there is no hope. At least John Hurt was paid $100,000 for his acting.