History YMMV / TwoBestFriendsPlay

27th Sep '16 3:14:24 PM portaljumper339
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** And that isn't even getting into the likes of Grand Wizard Wakka or the ''countless'' other times they've [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderized]] or mischaracterized other characters in the games they've played.
19th Sep '16 12:07:04 PM portaljumper339
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Pat and Woolie theorize during the ''VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureEyesOfHeaven'' playthrough that the entirety of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' has been a journey of sexual self-discovery for Creator/HirohikoAraki, going from huge {{Bara}} types to more waif-is {{Bishonen}} types over time, with a brief dalience towards LesYay during Stone Ocean. Their reaction to this realization is absolutely priceless.
--> '''Woolie:''' What we're seeing here is a man discovering himself sexually, that's all.
--> '''Pat:''' ''Over the course of thirty years!?''
--> '''Both:''' *descend into a fit of manic laughter*
17th Sep '16 5:01:36 PM GovernorExplosion
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* AccidentalInnuendo: In the ''{{VideoGame/Jojos Bizarre Adventure Eyes Of Heaven}}'' playthrough, Woolie explains to Pat that Jolyne spells her last name "Cujoh" instead of "Kujo" like her father, because "''[[{{PrecisionFStrike}} fuck]]'' [[{{WhenYouComingHomeDad}} her daddy]]." Pat immediately makes a joke about her having an ElectraComplex, and [[{{CrossesTheLineTwice}} her being the only woman with strong enough legs to actually withstand fucking Jotaro]].
8th Sep '16 12:54:00 AM jormis29
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* {{Narm}}: Woolie and Pat both agree that the sudden usage of a heavy metal song during the credits of ''Tormentum: Dark Sorrow'' is something of a mood killer, though they both love the entire rest of the game for using art that looks like it'd be perfect as metal album covers.

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* {{Narm}}: Woolie and Pat both agree that the sudden usage of a heavy metal song during the credits of ''Tormentum: Dark Sorrow'' ''VideoGame/TormentumDarkSorrow'' is something of a mood killer, though they both love the entire rest of the game for using art that looks like it'd be perfect as metal album covers.
5th Sep '16 2:18:10 AM haloinsider
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*** The Best Friends ended up taking a liking to [[BaseBreakingCharacter Jane]] almost immediately, despite the fact she does very little in Episode 3, and continued to be mostly on her side, largely because she ended up standing in direct contrast to [[spoiler Kenny's]] point of view.

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*** The Best Friends ended up taking a liking to [[BaseBreakingCharacter Jane]] almost immediately, despite the fact she does very little in Episode 3, and continued to be mostly on her side, largely because she ended up standing in direct contrast to [[spoiler [[spoiler: Kenny's]] point of view.
5th Sep '16 2:17:52 AM haloinsider
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*** The Best Friends ended up taking a liking to ''[[BaseBreakingCharacter Jane]]'' almost immediately, despite the fact she does ''very little'' in Episode 3.

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*** The Best Friends ended up taking a liking to ''[[BaseBreakingCharacter Jane]]'' [[BaseBreakingCharacter Jane]] almost immediately, despite the fact she does ''very little'' very little in Episode 3.3, and continued to be mostly on her side, largely because she ended up standing in direct contrast to [[spoiler Kenny's]] point of view.
5th Sep '16 2:15:16 AM haloinsider
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*** Those in defense of the Friends are quick to point out that, as over the top as the commentary is, [[spoiler: Kenny]] is still pretty unhinged in Season 2, and somewhat deserving of the lampooning. They've also continued the disdain for Rebecca as the LP has gone on, despite the game's attempts to [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap make her a little more even-handed]], although this could be due to the oft-noted problem with Season 2 where the characters just haven't had enough time to develop - partly due to the massively different, slightly less casual situation the episodes throw the cast into. That said, the Best Friends have already taken a liking to ''Jane'', despite the fact she does ''very little'' in Episode 3.

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*** Those in defense of the Friends are quick to point out that, as over the top as the commentary is, [[spoiler: Kenny]] is still pretty unhinged in Season 2, and somewhat deserving of the lampooning. They've
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also continued the disdain for Rebecca as the LP has gone on, despite the game's attempts to [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap make her a little more even-handed]], although this could be due to the oft-noted problem with Season 2 where the characters just haven't had enough time to develop - partly due to the massively different, slightly less casual situation the episodes throw the cast into. That said, the into.
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Best Friends have already taken ended up taking a liking to ''Jane'', ''[[BaseBreakingCharacter Jane]]'' almost immediately, despite the fact she does ''very little'' in Episode 3.
5th Sep '16 1:17:29 AM haloinsider
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** Pretty much any of the friends really, it all depends on what the game they are playing and what opinion they are pushing. Pat is gonna get a lot of hate for overthinking games and throwing guesses around like they are facts, Liam will get hate for the times he skips tutorial on games he doesn't know about, Matt will get shit at times when his references go overboard or his running gags become forced, and Woolie will get hate for whenever he can't get good at whatever he's playing fast enough.

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** Pretty much any of the friends really, it friends, really. It all depends on what the game they are playing and what opinion they are pushing. Pat is gonna going to get a lot of hate for overthinking games and throwing guesses around like they are facts, Liam will get hate for the times he skips tutorial tutorials on games he doesn't know about, Matt will get shit at times when his references go overboard or his running gags become forced, and Woolie will get hate for whenever he can't get good at adjust to whatever he's playing fast quickly enough.
5th Sep '16 1:15:23 AM haloinsider
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** Woolie also got early criticism when he first appeared, as some fans considered him unfunny and that the more friends, the more difficult it was to interact.
** To an extent, Pat himself. Some fans think his temper tantrums are hilarious and the best part of the show. Some see him as too highly opinionated and that he comes across as a jerk to people that enjoy games he doesn't. And some just don't like the fact that he 'fakes' surprise to events in games he's already beaten and knows what's going to happen (biggest example being Yakuza 4, which he's beaten around 8 times according to him). As of late, his plot predictions and theories, and occasional difficulty in playing games - although this tends to specifically relate to SOMA, which is partly a puzzle-based game despite his disdain for that genre - has also earned the ire of fans - although some have come to defend him on his plot predictions, pointing out that in the instance of Metal Gear this is a series where nearly anything ''can'', ''will'', and ''has'' happened.

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** Woolie also got early criticism when he first appeared, as some fans considered him unfunny and that the more friends, the more difficult it was to interact.
** To an extent, Pat himself.Pat. Some fans think his temper tantrums are hilarious and the best part of the show. Some see him as too highly opinionated and that he comes across as a jerk to people that enjoy games he doesn't. And some just don't like the fact that he 'fakes' surprise to events in games he's already beaten and knows what's going to happen (biggest example being Yakuza 4, which he's beaten around 8 times according to him). As of late, his plot predictions and theories, and occasional difficulty in playing games - although this tends to specifically relate to SOMA, which is partly a puzzle-based game despite his disdain for that genre - has also earned the ire of fans - although some have come to defend him on his plot predictions, pointing out that in the instance of Metal Gear this is a series where nearly anything ''can'', ''will'', and ''has'' happened.



** Matt himself has become a Base Breaker. While most people enjoy his jokes and interactions with other friends, some think Matt tends to bring any other members of the Zaibatsu down, ruin a good joke by repeating it several times per minute and running it into the ground, crack jokes during emotional moments that other members of the Zaibatsu are emotionally invested in, and he wouldn't shut up during other situations like that, to say nothing of his DSP-like tendencies to miss and/or ignore obvious things.

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** Matt himself has become a Base Breaker. While most people enjoy his jokes and interactions with other friends, some think Matt tends to bring any other members of the Zaibatsu down, ruin a good joke by repeating it several times per minute and running it into the ground, crack jokes during emotional moments that other members of the Zaibatsu are emotionally invested in, and he wouldn't shut up during other situations like that, to say nothing of his DSP-like tendencies to miss and/or ignore obvious things.
28th Jul '16 12:11:44 PM bassforte123
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*** Some fans are also annoyed at how Liam is going about playing the game, as they feel he's not taking this playthrough very seriously (not helped that Liam's shown in the past that horror games are not something he's big into due to being scared easily), mostly through doing things like purposely avoiding extra bits of plot via the shadow memories, and doing certain actions like zooming in on stuff like characters faces and crotches over and over, or walking away from characters whom are talking, apparently forgetting that even goofing around in this game CAN result in the story changing in a way the player does not want. Some also feel that him choosing to place all the cards in the first psych test in part 6 as "dead" was another case of "Liam goofing off and not taking this seriously," worrying fans that Liam's not going to get an ending he'll be satisfied with.

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*** Some fans are also annoyed at how Liam is going about playing the game, as they feel he's not taking this playthrough very seriously (not helped that Liam's shown in the past that horror games are not something he's big into due to being scared easily), mostly through doing things like purposely avoiding extra bits of plot via the shadow memories, and doing certain actions like zooming in on stuff like characters faces and crotches over and over, or walking away from characters whom are talking, apparently forgetting that even goofing around in this game CAN result in the story changing in a way the player does not want. Some also feel that him choosing to place all the cards in the first psych test in part 6 as "dead" was another case of "Liam goofing off and not taking this seriously," worrying fans that Liam's not going to get an ending he'll be satisfied with.[[note]]Because the game specifically looks for whether or not you're taking things seriously, dismissing the cards or looking around a room tells the game you (the character) aren't taking therapy seriously.[[/note]].
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