Topic Subject:Total War: ROME II - Collector's Edition War Dog Unboxing
Legion Of Hell Centurion
posted 22 August 2013 10:34 EDT (US)
An unboxing with a twist.
In what is surely the greatest (and funniest) unboxing in videogame history, Craig and Will attempt to show off the contents of the Collector’s Edition of Total War: ROME II while being attacked by war dogs. Trained war dogs, with teeth and everything. Welcome to “the unorthoboxing”! Video below.
They'll walk it off.
General Rawlinson- This is most unsatisfactory. Where are the Sherwood Foresters? Where are the East Lancashires on the right?
Brigadier-General Oxley- They are lying out in No Man's Land, sir. And most of them will never stand again.
Two high ranking British generals discussing the fortunes of two regiments after the disastrous attack at Aubers Ridge on the 9th May 1915.
Aftermath HG Alumnus
posted 22 August 2013 11:42
1 / 6
These two guys, Will and Craig, have great jobs. Clearly enjoy them too. Good marketing by CA.
That's one hell of a way to market your collector's edition...
And I shall go Softly into the Night Taking my Dreams As will You
posted 22 August 2013 16:03
4 / 6
That doesn't look fun. It's funny not fun.
YMMV. Getting attacked by a wolf descendant in a safe and controlled situation? I'd be down for that. It sounds fun to me, or at least exhilarating. Surely no worse than a rollercoaster or bungee jump.
Even so, the boys show quite some dedication to the cause!
Lenardius VII Legionary
posted 25 August 2013 18:54
5 / 6
The dog should be on flames for this one...
"Maybe someday we could become friends. Friends who ride majestic, translucent steeds, shooting flaming arrows across the bridge of Hemdale."
Awesome Eagle Spear of Mars
posted 26 August 2013 02:16
6 / 6
These boys have the best job. Wish i could be employed by CA in their job description..
Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough Wars not make one great- Yoda