RIP John. Life is just never long enough sometimes. You left your footprint in the world and it will be here until the end of time.
RIP TotalBiscuitI must say i loved his Cata videos and his WTF videos and as someone who also lost someone close to me to cancer i can only my heart is with his wife and family at this difficult time.
RIP You will always be my favorite CynnicalBrit
His and Jesse Cox's Terraria "Lets Play" have always and will always be my favourite "Lets Play" that I've always gone to when I've been having a hard time. Its amazing how hard it is to grasp this, how heavy, how unreal and how hard this feels, considering that most of us never even met him. He was a fantastic person and him together with Jesse was a duo that could make me smile even when I was at my worst moments. He will be missed.
I remember that i posted here comment and now it suddenly dissapear. Huh?
The only way I know this guy is from the infamous "are traps gay" meme.
:( One of the few reviewers to whom I enjoyed listening.
I am shattered by this news. Sending prayers and positive thoughts to Genna and Orion. :(
We need a Bain's Total Biscuit shop in a major city. (My hubby's idea)My thoughts and prayers are with his family. He will be missed, he touched so many lives. RIP TB, we love you!
And just like that, the world is a little less awesome. U_UR.I.P TotalBiscuit
&*!@ing cancer claims another person who doesn't deserve it. First it takes awhile HayvenGames and now Totalbiscuit.
Oh man, this is so sad. Total buzzkill news to end the night. Looks like I'll be up late playing games and watching old TB vids out of respect. Rest in paradise, John.
Don't know if it has been mentioned here or not, but for those who want and have the possibility please donate to the gofundme campaign in his name. It's official, and has been confirmed by the involved parties. https://www.gofundme.com/totalbiscuitMay he rest in peace.
I was never a huge follower of his, rarely choosing his content, but it would have been impossible not to know his name and his reputation. He was involved with gaming on so many levels, and clearly cared passionately. Not just cared about games, or even game creators, but about game players. He appreciated the gaming medium and sought to see it practiced well and improved upon in meaningful ways, not just ways which made companies money.Gaming has lost somebody special, but our loss is nothing compared to the loss of his family. Condolences and deepest respect.
I remember when I was young staying up all night waiting for the Blue Plz stream. Never really followed him after he quit WoW, but I was genuinely shocked and saddened to hear of his death. I thought he beat the cancer ages ago.. that's life, huh?"the gaming community has received word" made me laugh though. Who the @#$% says that *!@#?
Posting again.. some of these posts have really comforted me and brought back so many memories. My husband and I began playing WoW well over 10 years ago. I remember John from that long ago (and, yet, at times doesn’t seem that that much time has gone by). I enjoyed his critiques and humor right away and loved his crisp, no nonsense accent! Lol. So awesome. I was so hoping and praying after his last update that he would be with us for, at least, months.... many months. Again, my prayers to his family <3I am not sure if this is allowed on the forum, but I will add this link that was lovingly started for his family:https://www.gofundme.com/TotalBiscuitI apologize if this is against forum rules. Just want to help his family and help spread the word.John’s passing has hit me really hard. 😢
He fought until the very end. At least he can rest now. But it's really sad to hear, that he passed away. My condolences to his family and friends.