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Friday, November 11, 2016

Summoner's War

I fucking hate begging pricks for YT asking for access to other people's accounts:

Here's the text from the post:

Whats up guys ! I know this will look scammy as fuck but i thought I'll give it a try :) I'm a small youtuber and recently started to make some summoners war videos with my brother, maybe you have even seen a video from me being posted here. Long story short I want to do a summoning video with some more accounts like those mass summons from YDCB or JewBagel. the problem is since i don't really have a big audience noone would ask me to summon for them so I have to do it the other way around :D I just hoped that maybe I can find some people here who are willing to trust me and want to help me out in growing my channel :) If you are one of those kind souls just write me a PM so we can discuss everything :) Here is my Channel if you are interested:[removed]
btw : if this post is against the rules please tell me so i can delete it.
tl;dr: Titel says it all :P

And here's my reply:

Dude I wouldn't let Jewbagel summon on my account or anyone else. He is able to buy his own scrolls and gems on his own account, he gets hundreds of thousands of views which means he is rolling in $$$ along with every other popular SW YTer out there. All of those YTers don't need other people's accounts to do "summon shows", they make a decent bit of money. If I got as many views as any of these people you bet I'd be buying frieaking scrolls and shit out the ass for content for YT for my channel.
Just save up mystical scrolls until the end of the month and do like 1 video a month man. (minus other SW news of course I suppose) idk probably like 20 scrolls a month if you're farming DB10/GB10/NB10 or whatnot.
The reason I'm nitpicking is because it is extremely rude and crude to ask for access to other people's game accounts. Just because Youtubers do it doesn't mean random people on the internet will give you access to their accounts that they've worked on for a couple years now. We don't know you, why would we let you know our account information? For all we know you could be a korean farmer baiting for accounts and changing them when you get the information for them?
There's absolutely no point to it, I don't get it. I've seen summoning videos from other SW YTers and I'm just like what is the point? There isn't any.
Think about it. Would YOU give me your account information for a "summonfest" if you didn't know me and I was some random person on Reddit? Probably not. Especially if you were sitting on like 10k in crystals or something, I definitely wouldn't.
Sorry for being a dick, I just hate posts like this because TYPICALLY (not saying you OP, I have no evidence besides this post which is weak evidence) people who are begging for stuff like this for YT have no common sense and are used to shit being handed to them.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

7 Days to Die breaks concurrent player record!

So recently the newest update for 7 Days to Die came out, Alpha 15.

It's a pretty good update, a lot of bugfixes and some mechanic changes, as well as a lot of recipe changes, making the game slightly harder. This was ONLY on PC however, as I found out The Fun Pimps actually sold their IP to another company to put the game on consoles. I can only assume they're getting royalties from it, which they really deserve for making such a good game.

However, I did find out today that at one point over this last weekend (October 7th - 9th I guess) there were about 22,500 concurrent players of 7DTD and made it into the top 20 on Steam's charts. Hopefully this made more people take notice of the game and pick it up.

Btw, if anyone's got a really active server with a community that works together, I'd love to join. Steam tag is Setari666 on Steam with the panda with guns image.

But yeah, I thought this was really cool and I wish The Fun Pimps much more success with their game and hope they don't ditch it in lieu of another project, I'll say that much. Like a lot of other developers -_-.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Saturday, September 10, 2016


Hello all!

I apologize for not posting any updates about ANYTHING, been trying to get life sorted out as best I can.

However, I am always uploading videos on my Youtube channel at  this link here so I'm still active. I also write some Steam reviews that I'll probably start posting here as well, if I remember. 

Again, I apologize for no content for long periods of time. I'll start trying to keep up.

Monday, June 20, 2016

[Random] Small Rant: Turtle Rock at work on new IP. I'm not convinced.

Fuck Evolve and L4D and anything else in that vein of games. Evolved was THE grindiest piece of crap game I've ever played in my life that was NOT fun because the Beast won 99% of the time because of AFKers and incompetent players, and L4D is a BORING game with no unlocks and just random hordes of zombies and shit. I remember getting the first L4D with my buddy and let me tell you we were psyched for that shit. After one day of playing we played it for a few hours the next day and then did some other stuff instead of playing.

This dev studio needs to take some tips from other games releasing this year before they release some more garbage. I got L4D2 for FREE and still won't touch that shit. I got into the Evolve BETA AND got the game for free and it's still crap.

This studio is the most disappointing people. I'd rather play in Photoshop and have more fun than ANYTHING from this studio. Fuck not even Photoshop, PAINT.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

CDPR saying Farewell to Witcher fans.

At the end of The Witcher 3's Blood & Wine expansion, there is a screen that reads this:

It reads:

"Phew, that's a lot of people, right?"

"So, now that we've been properly introduced, we'd like to thank you one last time."

"Blood & Wine is the end of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. We wanted to call it "Sweat and Tears" or "Damn We'll Miss This," but we couldn't. However, as a studio, we've already embarked on other adventures (we promise you'll hear about them soon!), and Geralt will always have a special place in our hearts. And we hope he'll have a special place in yours."

"Thank you for playing, thank you for supporting us, and thank you for spending your hard earned money on our game."

"We hope you had fun."



I haven't gotten to play the Blood & Wine expansion yet, or the first DLC for that matter, but holy cow this game. I played through the game twice (Not even NG+! Just started a new game again for the fun of it) and I don't regret anything about buying this game. In fact, I may do a more in-depth review of the game or the game's story in the far flung future whenever I get a chance to sit down and do it. But reading that image made me feel so empty inside. Like... when you beat a game and realize that, that's it. It's done. There's no more gameplay or story to be had, you've experienced all of it. And it's just... it makes you feel proud that there's a company out there who is able to stick to their guns and really let the people of the world know that there are still good game developers out there who stay true to their visions for a game, and don't let the vocal masses on the internet sway them.

I feel like I want to cry so badly. That such a good game could be over. I just want to to go on forever, but it can't, of course. I want to mourn the loss of development for such an epic game. And I know people use epic in bad ways, but this game truly deserves the title of "Epic game".

You guys at CDPR are fucking awesome and I will be purchasing anything you guys ever make as soon as possible. I'm just one person out of billions on the planet, but you have one more eternal fan and I hope that means something, just a little bit. Love you guys, you're the best.

And I urge anyone who hasn't picked up at least The Witcher 3 to buy it, along with The Witcher 1 and The Witcher 2. If there was ever a studio that deserved your money, this is the one studio that does, 100% of the time, no doubts about it.

There will never be any other games as good as The Witcher games, and I feel like CDPR has set an unreachable bar for any game development team out there. Nobody will be as good as the CDPR team and that's something they should be damn proud of.

Original Article and Photo from PCGamer:

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

[News] Pikachu's A Detective?!

Hey guys, so a new game for Nintendo 3DS was announced some time ago called Great Detective Pikachu. This game revolves around a young boy, Tim, who works with a particular Pikachu who just so happens to be able to speak English (Japanese, whatever, translations) and you go around and solve crimes. Pikachu in this game is very calm and collected as a detective should be, and doesn't just hop around using electric attacks on everything.

The game involves searching areas for clues, interacting with other NPCs for information and a lot of other stuff as well.

Also, apparently Pikachu in this game has a weakness for beautiful women and apparently always pushes Tim to invite them out for tea... which totally isn't creepy at all considering Tim is like, 12 or some crap.

Here's some images in particular from the game:

Detective Agency President Mike Baker! 
High Hat Cafe master, Pablo Milan!

A courtyard Elder Trevenant.

Make sure to inspect the scenery for clues!

Looks like Tim found a clue here.

Infer and communicate with Pikachu in this screen as well.

Run some cooperative button-presses with Pikachu!

Pikachu is able to give you hints and help guide you in each detective mission.

So that's it for Great Detective Pikachu! It's due out on 2/3/2016 in the Nintendo eShop on 3DS for 1,500 yen, and you can get it for 1,200 yen if you preorder it.

Happy detectiving everyone!

Wednesday, January 6, 2016