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Brotabulous Moments in Gaming Live: Defiance vs. Mr. Dave and Brass Carlson

by on April 9, 2013 at 2:25pm
They left their hearts in San Fransisco

They left their hearts in San Fransico

When we last left Mr. Dave and Brass, Mr. Dave had supposedly died during a freak accident in The War Z and Brass was fighting monsters in The Secret World. They both arrive in the future during the events of Defiance and must team up to fight the stupid bugs and other baddies that have laid waste to San Francisco.

This episode of Brotabulous Moments in Gaming was filmed before a live audience, then intensely edited afterwards to create a heart warming story so please excuse the harsh visuals…you can’t rehearse this level of broship. Watch the entire playthrough – Part 1, Part 2.

Brotabulous Moments in Gaming – The word bro has been dramatically warped in recent years, its usage synonymous with douchebag or tool. Ethan Moses has taken it upon himself to restore this word back to its formal glory by demonstrating the true definition of the word bro through examples from his gaming sessions. You might laugh, you might cry, but if it makes you think then we’ve accomplished our mission. Having bros and being a bro is a good thing; it’s high time the world realized it.

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