The final fantasy reference. Well done, sir.
The year is 2011. An iconic football program is awash in scandal that the university helped cover up. With the date for their hearing rapidly approaching the state university in the Ohio with the extra 'the' has but one chance to prevent the old men of N.C.A.A. from casting 'Meteo' upon Columbus: convince them Tressel's to blame!
But convincing rational people of things requires things like facts, evidence, plausibility, trust, and a reputation for honesty, all things of which this state university in this Ohio has naught. Another tact must be taken...
I could write an introduction to this, but Blazefire has already done it...
“I’ve requested you here because I understand that you are the best at infiltration and collection, correct?”, begins Gee, not lifting his eyes from the documents he is scanning to acknowledge the men. His bow tie bobs at his throat as he speaks.“It’s true. We are. We don’t need a regular compliance department. Forget forms and investigations and what-have-you. If we need information, we will get it right from the minds of those who have it”, responds Archie, with Smith silently nodding in agreement.“Tell me”, utters Gee in a lower tone, shifting his eyes slightly to peer at the two over the top of his sheet, “is the reverse also possible? Instead of taking an idea from the mind of a target, is it possible to implant an idea?”
This is by new MGoUser Hoke Saves Lives who will never have a problem posting on here again.
Will the Inception work? On a 4th grader, probably not. But on NCAA? Now that is the question.
The final fantasy reference. Well done, sir.
dude, no kidding I played this game (FFII) this weekend while out at our cottage for the first time since about two weeks after it came out (I played for about two weeks straight to finish it then never played it again). I forgot how much I loved those games. I am trying to find a copy of the first one now.
you can download a NES emulator to your computer (NESticle was one I used) and play pretty much any game you want. I'd be sure to scan everything before allowing it on your PC, but other than that, everything is the same as we remember. Not too long ago I got the Floater from the Ice Cave and am now tooling around in my Airship
You can also get an SNES emulator free online too. Check out SNES 9X - I've tried most of them and this is the easiest to setup and seems the most compatible with most systems.
I like SNES 9X too. It also works better with my controller. It's amazing how much easier an emulator for a 16-bit system is to set up than one for PS1 (which took a whole weekend). I'm probably the only person in the universe who did all this just to play my own games, but at one point there was an english translation copy of Japan's FFIV that's supposedly better.
Significantly harder. I picked that up version about 8 years ago (for PS1) and played through it until the final levels on the moon but got smoked. Didn't feel like putting in the hours to level up to finish it. Same game, just about 25% more difficult. They apparently "dumbed it down" for the US version so kids wouldn't smash their controllers.
Sorry for the offtopic post - I'm a newbie here, is there a private message system? I searched the site and didn't see anything.
Private message system? That's a thought. I bet there's a widget that connects into Google talk or something perhaps. But no, we don't have one of those.
On an emulator you can dramatically speed up the game speed -- very useful for leveling up.
Brian should set up a donation fund where MgoUsers can donate to buy up air time in C-Bus and the rest of Ohio for this movie trailer.
Someone needs to figure a way to hack the new Big House video screens and play this as the intro/hype video for The Game.
Front page bump on my first day? Thanks Misopogon. That's incredibly excellent of you.
If I could +20 for the FF reference I would. Phrase nicely turned.
It's all down hill after the "100% Pure Colombian Awesome" tag. Looks like I'll have to figure out how to up my game.
Great first day as an official MgoBlog user.
Well done Sir. Well done.
The talents of the mgocommunity never cease to amaze me!
Out freaking standing.
Bravo! Great job editing... and a great narrative.
Great job on the deception vid. I have a few Buckeye friends who will get an email today with a link to the vid attached.
wow, much much better than I expected! GREAT!
I'm in tears over this. Very well done.
this is a paradigmatic use of the "100% pure colombian awesome" tag
I was about 20 minutes into Blue Chips (on DirecTv 502 right meow) when I logged on and saw this video. Outstanding Hoke Saves Lives!
who took her first steps this morning, clapped at the end of that video.
I'm pretty sure I'm more proud of the latter.
Hoke Saves Lives rocks. Here's hoping there is more material to come in the future for additional excellence.
Great video, but my favorite part might just be Shepard Smith, "Dot your 'I' with THIS, ohio state..."
I just wish at that moment he had the finger raised to the camera.
This is the most creative thing I have seen on this website in a long long time, BZ!
Your video is starring as an uncredited feature at the end of Damefan's nonsense blog/rant about Desmond. It is so good that it wasn't lost on him, either.
... not sure if I should be flattered or shamed?
You know, he had me hooked until he threw his first random ellipse after a defenseless exclamation point. After that it just became a bunch of repetitive dissonance.
Thanks for all the positive feedback everyone, it's appreciated.
I'll put my head to the summer grindstone and see if I can't throw out a few more entertaining videos for the mgocommunity's enjoyment. If anyone has any suggestions or ideas I'm certainly willing to listen and storyboard.
Not shocked I was beaten to the punch.
That was fantastic. "That's kind of a sorry O your making there". Great job.
Great job editing.
Thanks for that