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Too Many Cooks
I’ve never seen anything like this in my life, and yet it’s all familiar and cliché.
November 8, 2014 in Art, Fun
Tagged bizarre, fun, horror, toomanycooks, video
Best KI Stream Out There
I don’t play Killer Instinct and I don’t own a PS4, but go check out the KI stream from PaulB over at Twitch.tv. It’s a great crowd to chat with and the game is awesome to watch. Plus you get to watch Paul break down the game with surgical precision. Much of his analysis and advice applies to any video game genre, never mind the fact that a lot of it s relevant to self-help in general. You get to watch him take Sabrewulf to a new level!
November 5, 2014 in Fun, Technology
Tagged entertainment, fighters, games, streaming, videogames
7 Reasons I Stopped Playing Minecraft
A few weeks back a big announcement swept the gaming community. It was an announcement I feared for some time: Minecraft was sold to Microsoft for $2.5 billion. It isn’t earth-shattering, but it’s big news if you’re familiar with the parties involved. And as someone who has spent decades using Microsoft’s products, and dozens of hours (hundreds?) playing Minecraft, I feel like I’m familiar. With a community of millions of players, and the attention of an audience that ranges from age zero and up, it seems like nothing can stop this game from going on as far as its world does. Or will it?
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Tagged community, fun, games, Microsoft, Minecraft, Mojang, sellout