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12-11-2009 @ 6:55AM
Actually a lot of the reason why people like The Guild is because it isnt some high-budget tv production with an army of writers and well-known actors going through the motions of yet another big-studio catch-all generic production. Its a small project, created and written by gamers about something they love. Sure the writing isnt top notch, and the acting is inexperienced, but thats where much of the charm is. The fact that they have been able to pull off a few series from starting with nothing is far more worthy of respect than most of the run of the mill multi-million $ series out there. Plust, they give their episodes away free, its not even like you have to pay to see their show.I compare people who can only see the flaws in this show to people who love Starbucks, then they grow up a little and realise the local coffeeshop serves something that is unique and has flavour, and isnt just another cup of the same(tm) that every other chain-coffeeshop sells. You kinda look back and wonder why you didnt support the small independants to begin with, then maybe we wouldnt have so much generic mass-market crap that we do now.
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