Nintendo, Let This Sexy Man Give You His Money

Andrew Eisen, the Nintendo fan with the golden voice, has more games he'd like Nintendo of America to bring over from Japan.

To help his cause, he's channelling the spirit of the Old Spice guy. And channelling it well.

Sure, the likelihood of Pandora's Tower or Project Zero ever making it to American Wiis are remote, at best, but that doesn't make this video any less enjoyable.

The Man Your Games Could Sell To [YouTube]


Comments

    So far, Operation Rainfall have been very successful in their campaign. I'm confident Nintendo will localise Pandora's Tower, too.

    I loved his first video but combining his voice with the old spice commercial stylings? PRICELESS! Also, he is far more buff than he appears. Props to him! Nintendo would be rather foolish to ignore him.

    Now to business;

    Luke, you'll never read this but either way, you're still an idiotic hack who should be stripped of his keyboard and never allowed to type or speak or write another word ever again for the sake of game journalists and people's IQ's in general but with the content you reposted here I hope your death (career-wise) is at least 0.1% less painful than it should be.

      I forgot to add;

      inb4 my fan club and their comments

        Chazz can i ask you a question? I'm going to anyway, so i might as well jump right in here:

        Have you composed, drafted and sent any communications to anybody about your aggression?

        I feel it's important that if you have you go back and re-read those comment now. Perhaps context is important, let me explain.

        I am not defending Luke Plunkett as i am sure he is both fully aware of your "rhetoric" and is capable, if he felt so inclined, to defend himself. He is an adult who has the right to either defend/challenge your statements or simply ignore them entirely, just as you have the right to express your opinions in whatever forum you so choose.

        Back to my original proposition on re-reading some of your older posts, or perhaps messages you have sent to others with similar language: is it really necessary? It is possible to express annoyance, frustration or even outrage without the need to go into overly complex statements that only masquerade the fact that it's just name calling.

        "He does a thing i don't like - what a stupid head"

        Criticism, as all artists and creators will tell you, is only useful if it's constructive. Spewing bile and venting anger in this way leads to nothing, has no real function and accomplishes nothing for gaming or you. It is quite literally the very definition of pointless.

        Please Chazz, please, for all of us who come to the forums and look at every article just for a chuckle, a laugh, a bit of insight on something we might not have known before or even just to burn a few minutes at work, i beg you:

        Consider others who come here when you post and not just yourself.

        As offensive as you believe Mr. Plunkett articles are, which is not my purview to judge or propose the right to judge them "journalism" because i am not a professional in the industry , you have without doubt offended me on more occasions than he, for your unending hatred.

        I have good faith that you are better than this Chazz. I have good faith that we can all be better than this. I hope you proove me right.

        - Argus

        Chazz can i ask you a question? I'm going to anyway, so i might as well jump right in here:

        Have you composed, drafted and sent any communications to anybody about your aggression?

        I feel it's important that if you have you go back and re-read those comment now. Perhaps context is important, let me explain.

        I am not defending Luke Plunkett as i am sure he is both fully aware of your "rhetoric" and is capable, if he felt so inclined, to defend himself. He is an adult who has the right to either defend/challenge your statements or simply ignore them entirely, just as you have the right to express your opinions in whatever forum you so choose.

        Back to my original proposition on re-reading some of your older posts, or perhaps messages you have sent to others with similar language: is it really necessary? It is possible to express annoyance, frustration or even outrage without the need to go into overly complex statements that only masquerade the fact that it's just name calling.

        "He does a thing i don't like - what a stupid head"

        Criticism, as all artists and creators will tell you, is only useful if it's constructive. Spewing bile and venting anger in this way leads to nothing, has no real function and accomplishes nothing for gaming or you. It is quite literally the very definition of pointless.

        Please Chazz, please, for all of us who come to the forums and look at every article just for a chuckle, a laugh, a bit of insight on something we might not have known before or even just to burn a few minutes at work, i beg you:

        Consider others who come here when you post and not just yourself.

        As offensive as you believe Mr. Plunkett articles are, which is not my purview to judge or propose the right to judge them "journalism" because i am not a professional in the industry , you have without doubt offended me on more occasions than he, for your unending hatred.

        I have good faith that you are better than this Chazz. I have good faith that we can all be better than this. I hope you prove me right.

        - Argus

          I thought Kotaku now prevents you from making double posts?

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