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In the latest episode of the Jace Hall show, Jace faces MMA fighters on horses, Star Wars Kardashians and has fun with a ...
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Interviewer: This is for all of you haters in regard to my ability with video games. Let’s get to the fundamentals. I got in my hand here a Notario 2600 paddle controller and there is a Notario 2600 with Kaboom in it. All you do is move left and right and you just catch them all and that’s and if you can beat me in this game which you will you can. Why you think you could take in a game which is more complicated like Street Fighter you must be out of your mind. And for proof that this is all real I’ve got the gamer chick Milynn Sarley sits right next to me. There is no thumb pillory or skull dogger so I’m by to get it on. We are here at Sony online entertainment in one of the secret bill and I’m actually here with— and we’re looking at the game and it’s a online game that they doing and it’s a Star Trek Conwars. Matt Higby: Star Wars. Interviewer: Sorry, sorry. Star Wars the Conwars Adventures, now I saw the movie and the movie don’t really look like this. Matt Higby: Its base on the TV Show though, the Conwars TV Show in Cartoon Network. Cung Le: You know what this is the real horse I will have no problem. Interviewer: I’m willing to at least conceive, you did the moves and the MMA games you can do that. That’s fight it’s stimulating what you actually could do. This you have no business even say in the real horse is so far from understanding of an animal like that and being able to control it and mount it place. Cung Le: It’s not the AA and making the song that use to the controls. Interviewer: Oh god, here is how I rid the horse, I do it here and I do it in real life. Cung Le: Alright let’s go find out. Interviewer: How do you do that? Cung Le: You got to work it like a video game. Interviewer: The horse is at moving. I’m going to walk back. The horse didn’t move this is not going make fun of me. Cung Le: You want to ride. Interviewer: Here we go. Cung Le: Here the horse is fine look at this thing, it’s awesome. Look at that huh! Interviewer: That is not to say important, this is crap. So when you running around in here it is like the holiday or where they train on the— Matt Higby: The do business in the Star Trek just and— Interviewer: No, I’m a fun. Matt Higby: That’s not a cardasen that’s xybrack. Interviewer: That is not Kim Cardesen. Matt Higby: I’ve never met anybody so ignoring Star Wars in my entire life.