Zero Punctuation Video Reviews

zeropunctuationVideo reviews by Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw that are always scathingly negative but pretty funny.

*I couldn’t embed the videos into wordpress. Click on them to view in another page.

*UPDATE* I got the videos embedded with vodpod. It works well.

Prototype vs Infamous:
Vodpod videos no longer available.

more about "The Escapist : Video Galleries : Zero…", posted with vodpod

E3 hype massacre:
Vodpod videos no longer available.

more about "The Escapist : Video Galleries : Zero…", posted with vodpod

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4 Responses to “Zero Punctuation Video Reviews”

  1. haha, brilliant! I’ve heard of this guy but never went to his site. I may be a regular now 🙂 besides being funny he pretty much summed up all the discussion about the pros and cons of inFamous that I have heard and covered all the major points very well

  2. By the way you can embed the videos using vodpod. It lets you embed pretty much any video that will give you an embed code. These ones were still a bit of a prick. There must have been more than one video on teh page and vodpod embedded the wrong one or both or something retarded?? But you can click the having trouble link thingy and just cut and past the embed code in and it works.

    • Cheers for the tip. I used vodpod to embed them. It was pretty straight forward once I added the “post to wordpress” button to my firefox toolbar.

      • No worries, I tried using zeropunctuations “Add this…” function where you click on the little button for sharing using delicious, dig etc but that didn’t really work. It did support WordPress and you could write your post from the zeropunctuatoin website which was all good BUT all it did was insert a simple text link to it into a WordPress post!? Vodpod seems to work on almost all video related sites and you always have the option of manually pasting the embed code in so it’s pretty fool proof and having the button always handy in the toolbar makes it a no brainer. Of course I don’t know why WordPress just can’t support embedding movies other than youtube ones? But that’s a question for another thread as apparently this one has come to an end (no reply link to click below) 🙂

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