Famous people playing video games:

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In this thread, you post text, photos, and videos of people who are famous for something else (music, politics, whatever) playing video games.

  • Garry Kasparov, world chess champion, receives a letter about high scores in various games. My favorite part: I have asked Andrew Page to get you the very best game I have ever seen on a microcomputer. It is called ELITE and was given to me by John Nunn. John and I are both rated "Deadly" now, and if you give up chess and practice really hard you too might become deadly in three months. Here's a picture. Here's an article with more...
  • Siskel and Ebert, movie critics known for their verbal fights, duke it out in game format in this video. They're using the Kinect Sega Activator to play Greatest Heavyweights of the Ring for the Sega Genesis.
2 Sabbo20th May 2011 01:58:51 AM from Australia , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
I remember an episode of Pimp My Ride which showcased the cars of a few celebrities. Eminem had a Gamecube in his.
3 Kayeka20th May 2011 02:29:55 AM from Amsterdam , Relationship Status: Brony
World's biggest wannabe
Robin Williams named his daughter Zelda. Beat that!

edited 20th May '11 2:30:05 AM by Kayeka

People say I have a problem with authority. I say that authority has a problem with me.
Vin Diesel tried to make a movie out of his Dungeons & Dragons character. Well, it's technically a tabletop game, but still.
5 SgtRicko20th May 2011 09:29:49 AM from Guam, USA , Relationship Status: Hounds of love are hunting
[up][up]That, and he's a big Battlefield 2 (and allegedly Bad Company) fan.
Would you believe I never fully watched the original Indiana Jones trilogy? I gotta correct that someday.
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Karl Urban and Judi Dench are known to have played D&D with Vin Diesel, too.
Fantastic!
Dave Chappelle and Mila Kunis are apparently World of Warcraft players.

edited 21st May '11 1:47:56 PM by HerrKman

8 Reflextion21st May 2011 02:31:40 PM from Nowhere , Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
Matthew Perry was apparently a big fan of Fallout 3. I can only imagine what went through his head when he was offered the opportunity to voice Benny.

edited 21st May '11 2:35:36 PM by Reflextion

There needs to be a word for those brief moments of clarity where you realize just how profoundly weird your life is.
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.

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