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Shaun White's Skateboarding PS3

Shaun White's Skateboarding

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PS3

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Shaun White's Skateboarding brings out the rad side of Bob's personality, Fred isn't convinced.

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Scene: Bob and Fred are sat on a sofa with two PS3 controllers. Bob is wearing "street" clothing.

Bob: So totally welcome to another gnarly edition of Scripted Gamer. Bob couldn't make it today so he sent me Bo-Bizzle to help out.

Fred: Um Bob, are you OK mate? The show's started.

Bob: Bob is not here, dude.

Fred: Not all of him anyway. So... Mr Bizzle is that why are you here instead of Bob?

Bob: Today's game is totally my thing, man!

Fred: Ah Shaun White's Snowboarding

Bob: No whay, dude it's Shaun White Skateboarding.

Fred: Whay.. argh I mean really?

Bob: Yes whay.

Fred: Positively.

Bob: Definitely.

Fred: Gnarly.

Bob: Duuuude.

Fred: But isn't he famous for Snowboarding?

Bob: Yurruh, but he's totally branching out man and in a really radical way.

Fred: Rad-ic-cal?

Bob: Yeah man like you get to skate around this city but you get to bend the landscape to your will.

Fred: What do you mean?

Bob: You can carve up an alley into a halfpipe and you can grind on invisible rails, and everywhere you go you bring colour and happiness.

Fred: Had you taken anything before playing this game?

Bob: No, trust me it's just that awesome.

Fred: So you'd recommend it then?

Bob: If you like skateboarding games then yeah, and even if you don't... still yeah.

Fred: Oh you're back are you?

Bob: Umm yeah I spose I am, t'was fun being a cool dude though.

Fred: You do realise that by referring tom yourself as a "cool" "dude", you will never be, and have never been, cool or a dude.

Bob: I am too B.O. Bizzle was a well cool name.

Fred: If I changed my name to F to the Rizzle E Dizzle what would your reaction be?

Bob: I'd laugh a lot cos that is a stupid naa......

Fred: And my point is made.

Bob: The game was good though.

Fred: I'm sure it was.

Bob: Glad I didn't show you the tattoo.

Fred: The what?!

Bob: Nothing, never mind.

Fred: You got a Ta....

Bob: Is that, yeah, I think my boardwax just arrived.

Fred: That's snowboarding again Bob.

Bob: Ah no it must be my new trucks then. I'm so going to nail my signature Hang Ten Nosehook Impossible now no more sketchy landings for me. Anyway gotta go.

Bob: We've been the scripted gamers goodnight!

Written by Adam Moran

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