Boss Fight's take on A.F.

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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby Thundershot » 21 Oct 2013 18:40

Dave Tree wrote:Episode 5 will not just cover Ground Assault, but also Mountain & Arctic and Naval too. Each of the guys will take on a character and work in their own interpretation.
Oh boy, I'm looking forward to seeing these :thumbsup:
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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby gung-hoeddie » 24 Oct 2013 09:32

howdy all

i thought the custom work was brilliant personally, some of the stuff coming up in the next few months will be really cool, providing tree doesn't give the game away to early on future full force shows.
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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby paul463 » 24 Oct 2013 20:00

Good to hear from you Eddie. Hope you and Annie are well :)
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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby meertoh » 25 Oct 2013 11:59

My faves are Dolphin and Blades.
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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby Dave Tree » 31 Oct 2013 13:19

Although I didn't get Dolphin until it was explained to me, he was very cool too :)
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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby Red Laser » 31 Oct 2013 14:54

Yeah I had to ask about some of them but I remember the awful Joecon versions with the wrong weapons I think someone posted them here a few years back.
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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby The Baron » 31 Oct 2013 14:59

Oh God, the whole NoJoe argument comes back to haunt me...
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Re: Boss Fight's take on A.F.

Postby Chopper » 31 Oct 2013 23:21

Breathe...... breattheeeeee....... c'mon Jim.

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