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  2. Ahhhh game shows, those things on TV which are guaranteed to be fun for the whole family. I went to EVO and there's a "game show" network at the Luxor hotel there which are ALL about game shows. Family Feud, America Says, Idiotest, the Chase, and Wheel of Fortune were the shows me and my pal watched while we stayed there in our hotel room, and we watched that channel for HOURS, right after we finished hanging around EVO and playing fighting games of course. Watching that whole channel was just as hype as it was watching the top 8 of the fighting game tournaments that were there. These shows are truly the OG crowd pleaser. After I went home from EVO, I was in a mood for game show shenanigans on youtube, and it is a goldmine of funny shit. Here's a couple that I just lol hard at. Share your favorite game show vids as well, maybe from some underrated shows that no one knows but you cause well, a good laugh fun is always great to have!
  3. I played Time Splitters 3 first, then I played 2 both of which are damn fun. Playing a remade fan made version of 2 would be great. Good thing is Crytek UK gave this game their blessing, so it's just a matter of when the game's out. And it'll be for free so WOHOO, I CAN'T WAIT!
  4. Yep..... Stadia ain't looking so good. Pricing is fucked, the internet requirement for that thing is fucked up, and pretty much everyone who owns a PC already have a better gaming library than what it had to offer. It's definitely a good idea, but it's gonna take 5+ years until our internet goes beyond 35mbs for just a basic internet package. Like VR, we need to wait until its ready for mass audience consumption. And E3...... why did they have to fuck up and leak contact info like that??
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  6. Update? Whoa boy, has it been an interesting couple of months! Stadia is trash and E3...time to invest in identity protection.
  7. Not even trying to do this, but I'd also be curious for an answer. I always thought Bluetooth adapters were somehow programmed for specific devices (otherwise wouldn't you just automatically see EVERY device within range?)
  8. Completed: Fire Emblem Three Houses Platform: Switch This finally feels like a game that takes almost everything the awful Awakening and more often mediocre Fates wanted to do and gets a lot of it right. The terrible pairing system of those games is gone, replaced with an adjutant system that allows you to assign 1-3 characters to fight with another and to very rarely help out slightly in battle (as opposed to blocking entire attacks or doing massive damage and stat boosts for every deployed character, more for building supports and getting the paired character some XP) and battalions of soldiers that give smaller stat or damage boosts, useful tactical abilities, make it feel like a larger battle (although they visually never engage in fights in an entertaining way). Makes good use of systems Awakening/Fates attempted. The game allows for four story paths with the events and interactions happening between battles giving you more information about the world, side characters, and the characters that can join your army or that you might end up fighting. Every support isn't leading to characters getting married allowing much more sensible conclusions and non romantic endings for characters that can go off to do things together, the actual support conversations themselves are much improved and finally give an actual scene where multiple characters and an area can be involved as opposed to just talking portraits. When a five year time skip happens later in the characters visually look different and the ones you would probably expect to have experienced more growth in the time do have some personality differences. Most of the characters are very likable and have great interactions with each other, the best that has been in the series as a whole. The opening academy setting gives a good reason for characters to have multiple classes they can become and the base stat growths and talents of units does still make them favor certain areas. Nice painting look to the scenes during the chapter opens. The only area that it doesn't improve on what the series has been doing since Awakening is that it has absolutely no balance. Even people who are bad enough at the series to have had problems with entries like Awakening are saying how overpowered their characters are (some even on hard), even without them fighting optional or many optional battles. I tended to avoid side battles that weren't story, side quest, or character related and even with me recruiting every single character I was allowed to (which is very easy, and does certainly worsen the story battles in the second part of the game when your enemies have basically no one supporting them) and leveling up every single one of them my characters were still overpowered. Every month you have three or four days where you can choose to explore (move around the academy area to find quests, shop, build support ratings, get story information, recruit characters, etc, useful as many times as possible until you recruit everyone then only useful once per month for story elements), rest (worthless), seminar (worthless), or battle (fight 1-3 non main battles based on your professor ranking). The battles can be character, quest, monster appearance, or reward related or just a random fight on a very small number of repeated dull maps (on normal you can fight on the random map as many times as you want). It became a problem in the second part of the game where there was literally nothing for me to do of value but fight on the same 2-3 repeated reward maps, made worse that the monster maps just add a monster to one of the existing maps with the same other enemy units. The extremely easy difficulty is made worse by a time rewind ability that you will eventually get around 12 uses of per battle that allows you to go back any number of actions you want, if toned down this would be a nice feature if the game had any difficulty. When they added the ability to turn off permanent character death they might as well have added the ability to skip battles entirely, and in this game, I probably would have made use of that ability. The actual story of the game is improved over the recent games by letting you get to know more characters that you could be fighting against, doing more world building between fights, and giving you four different paths but an issue with the different paths is that you miss out on a lot of story and side character knowledge in what tends to be a pretty long game, there are very few main battles compared to past titles, and your story path locks you into only getting comments from a particular classes characters even when you have recruited other people. The story path I took even ended when there could easily have been more to come after it, basically giving a greater group of villains and then just saying that was handled after the war in closing text stories for the characters. A huge missed opportunity was the opening which is just one battle with a plot that just makes everyone look stupid before throwing you into a nonsensically handed out role as a teacher when it could have had multiple maps and introduced you more to not only the three lords you have to pick from but also all or some of their classmates. Hell, Fire Emblem 7 basically included a 10 mission tutorial that gave a whole backstory to one of the games main characters and allowed her to meet multiple characters you could recruit later. Based on the DLC announcements it sounds like they are adding new random battle maps, quests, and story content (though that might be a side thing as opposed to attached to the main game) and if that adds more variety that could certainly help the gameplay. They managed to improve or fix a lot of the problems with the kind of content they have been adding, if they would finally stop adding random side battles with no story significance that breaks the games they could easily start releasing the best games in the series. Completed: Blazing Chrome Platform: PC Fun Contra style action game with six levels that combine the usual sidescrolling shooting sections, a few hoverbike sections, and a flying rail shooter segment. You have a basic weapon and melee attack and can find a powerful grenade launcher, a beam weapon that can shoot slowly or be charged up for a long constant burst, or a constantly firing shorter beam that follows your weapon movements. You can also find and have one active robot powerup that can make you faster, block two hits, or one that gives you more firepower by shooting in the direction you are aiming. You can unlock two extra characters when you beat them game that have a more melee focused playstyle, different modes and difficulties are also unlocked after beating it.. More forgiving than Contra by not only letting you continue after losing all of your lives on the same stage but at the section of the stage that you died on. Completed: Night Call Platform: PC Play as a blackmailed taxi driver trying to learn the identity of a serial killer in somewhat noir styled visual novel. The mystery of the killer and the mechanics of identifying them are the least interesting elements of the game. The real game is the archetypes of modern life (and at times unlife), culture, politics, etc you meet in the back of your cab. Learning their stories, your own, attempting to help them in the moment by being someone to listen to them or just by making a connection.
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  10. What a cognitive article! It is devoted to one of dissertation topics in education. I was hooked by reading it. It open new horizons for me and pushed for further work.
  11. Elite Dangerous had many great updates. Would like to know if people from community would like to make AJSA Squadron ?
  12. Any changes on accepting people into stream team? i think if we get a good team more people will join the AJSA community
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  15. Yeah, just like that one annoying song, Minecraft was set to have something amazing, but in the end they let that ball go... and it now rolled under the bed and out of sight. I am talking about the cancellation of better graphics (I read about it here) and this is just a terrible way to end the summer. Sure, I am not an avid fan, but I do play once in a while, and to have such a vast improvement canceled just makes me think if they are giving up. With the release of Minecraft for Windows 10 I was almost excited, it looked like good things are on the horizon, but for a long time they kept everything on the level, with nothing major happening which isn't bad, I just wanted something more. And now apparently we are not getting it. I know people still play it (heck, so do I), but do you think any further upgrades and the like will be saved for Minecraft 2? (Let's face it, there's always a sequel)
  16. Hello! I´ve been following AJS for a few years now but created my account here just recently. I don´t know why it took so long but I´m glad I´m here, at last! I just wanted to say hello to everyone and I´m glad I can be a part of this community. My real name is Conny and I am from Sweden. I like to play mostly Single Player games (I like the paus-function, hehe), and Witcher 3 Is my favorite game as of now. I like many Ubisoft games as well, especially the AC-series and POP. I also enjoy listening to music, NF and Post Malone are my favorite artists at the moment. I´m looking forward to meeting new people here and just hit me up if you wonder anything else about me! /Conny (Zandor)
  17. This Week In Gaming 8-13-19

    Blake Hester speaks with developers about the time and cost of trying to get the little details right in games, a year after her reporting on the culture of Riot Cecilia D'Anastasio interviews employees about progress made, consoles now require loot box odds disclosure and FTC reveals relationship between streamers/youtubers and loot box creators, recent political blaming of video games for US shooting have Joshua Rivera discuss why we are past the point where games require defending while Rowan Kaiser covers why companies and the ESA are afraid to aggressively call out bad faith attacks, Colin Spacetwinks uses increasingly ridiculous Call of Duty interviews to talk about PR speak and useful idiots that benefits corporate PR, Jacob Geller tells the story of the decade long quest to find the final secret of Shadow of the Colossus, threats against multiple game studios, Richard Meredith on the ignored difficulty of releasing PC games on every storefront, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Morgana Won't Be Such A Bedtime Dictator In Persona 5 Royal GreedFall's new gameplay trailer shows off stealth, skills, and romance River City Girls Character Spotlight: Misako River City Girls Character Spotlight - Kyoko Skullgirls studio launching Indivisible in October Double Fine’s Rad is a game about disrespecting your elders to save the planet New Impressions Of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's Campaign And Development The Origins Of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's Reboot 129 Rapid Fire Questions About Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Longtime WWE 2K Developer is No Longer Leading the Series Vampire: The Masquerade—Coteries of New York detailed New Guilty Gear Will Be a "Complete Reconstruction" of the Series An enhanced version of System Shock 2 is in the works Still There is a dark, pensive game starring a space lighthouse keeper, out this year Gears 5 lets you create custom maps for Escape, and here’s how it works Shapeshifting Guns, An Evil Fridge And 7 Best And Worst Control Features Grandson Makes WWII Game Based on 92-Year-Old Grandmother's Tragic Memories Borderlands 3 - FL4K Character Trailer: "The Hunt" Remnant: From the Ashes - Official Corsus Gameplay Trailer The Killing Floor 2 devs will sell weapon DLC for real money to keep the game going Shogun 2’s Fall of the Samurai expansion is now a Total War Saga game Just Cause 4 expansion adds hoverboards with gosh dang KICKFLIPS Battlestar Galactica Deadlock DLC adds new campaign and ships later this month Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony to require loot box odds disclosure FTC panel reveals troubling relationship between streamers and loot box creators Epic Games promises loot box transparency going forward Epic hit with class-action suit over hacked Fortnite accounts Discord is launching in-server streaming later this month with new 'Go Live' feature Discord Explains How It Handles Harassment, Doxxing, And Threatening Behavior Borderlands 3: Take-Two Addresses Investigation Into Streamer Leaks Time To Break The Silence And Fill You In Outer Wilds publisher says 'we're not going anywhere' following bankruptcy speculation Ninja 'disgusted' after Twitch accidentally promotes porn stream on his dormant channel Ninja gave out his number to the internet, but it’s a silly marketing scheme Police are investigating a possible shooting threat at Twitch's headquarters, but say there's no longer an 'active threat' Bandai Namco Is Investigating a Potential Bomb Threat At Its US Office 40-Year-Old Man Arrested For Threatening Square Enix With “A Repeat Of Kyoto Animation” Subnautica dev to G2A: 'You now owe us $300,000' Xbox open to some first-party games appearing on other consoles Paradox reports significant revenue increase in expansion-heavy Q2 2020 Fortnite's Teenage World Champ Swatted Live on Stream A Look Back At Some Of The Games Australia Has Banned We Do Not Need To Defend Video Games From Politicians Walmart Removes Violent Video Game Signage, Still Sells Guns The video game industry must stand up against the right’s bad-faith attacks Video Game Consoles Won't Get Pricier In America, At Least For Now A First-Person Adventure Is One of the Coolest Mario Maker Levels Yet Esports News Apex Legends tournament pulled from TV following US shootings You Should Watch Ultra Fight Da ! Kyanta 2’s Tournament at Evo 2019 Russia wins Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Nations Cup, UK manages not to come last Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) Dog shelter simulator To The Rescue hits Kickstarter goal after two days Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) The 18-month fence hop, the six-day chair, and why video games are so hard to make Riot Employees Say Company Has Made Real Progress Fixing Its Sexism Issues After It Doxxed 2000 Journalists, Why Should We Ever Trust the ESA Again? For MMO diehards, there's only one conversation: is the genre dying or already dead? Perfect Character Balance Is 'Boring,' Says Samurai Shodown Director Launcher Builds Meet the YouTubers Using Math to Unlock the Depths of Monster Hunter: World Deep-Pocketed Collectors Are Fueling A Retro Game Gold Rush Planning Novigrad “Killing Nuance,” by Reid McCarter Fire Emblem Doesn't Just Need Gay Characters, It Needs Queer Life One of Judgment’s Biggest Enemies is Male Entitlement Baba is You is a Postmodern Masterpiece Redesigning Hitman's Agent 47 The Decade-Long Quest For Shadow of the Colossus’ Last Secret 09 to '19: A Decade of Approachability in Fighting Games Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to the game industry Fire Emblem With Sax Fire Emblem Voice Actor
  18. Blake Hester speaks with developers about the time and cost of trying to get the little details right in games, a year after her reporting on the culture of Riot Cecilia D'Anastasio interviews employees about progress made by the company, consoles now require loot box odds disclosure and FTC reveals relationship between streamers/youtubers and loot box creators, recent blaming of video games for US shooting have Joshua Rivera discuss why we are past the point where the games require defending while Rowan Kaiser covers why companies and the ESA are afraid to aggressively call out bad faith attacks, Colin Spacetwinks uses increasingly ridiculous Call of Duty interviews to talk about PR speak and useful idiots that benefits corporate PR, Jacob Geller tells the story of the decade long quest to find the final secret of Shadow of the Colossus, Richard Meredith on the ignored difficulty of releasing PC games on every store, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Morgana Won't Be Such A Bedtime Dictator In Persona 5 Royal GreedFall's new gameplay trailer shows off stealth, skills, and romance River City Girls Character Spotlight: Misako River City Girls Character Spotlight - Kyoko Skullgirls studio launching Indivisible in October Double Fine’s Rad is a game about disrespecting your elders to save the planet New Impressions Of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's Campaign And Development 129 Rapid Fire Questions About Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Longtime WWE 2K Developer is No Longer Leading the Series Vampire: The Masquerade—Coteries of New York detailed New Guilty Gear Will Be a "Complete Reconstruction" of the Series An enhanced version of System Shock 2 is in the works Still There is a dark, pensive game starring a space lighthouse keeper, out this year Gears 5 lets you create custom maps for Escape, and here’s how it works Shapeshifting Guns, An Evil Fridge And 7 Best And Worst Control Features Grandson Makes WWII Game Based on 92-Year-Old Grandmother's Tragic Memories Borderlands 3 - FL4K Character Trailer: "The Hunt" Remnant: From the Ashes - Official Corsus Gameplay Trailer The Killing Floor 2 devs will sell weapon DLC for real money to keep the game going Shogun 2’s Fall of the Samurai expansion is now a Total War Saga game Just Cause 4 expansion adds hoverboards with gosh dang KICKFLIPS Battlestar Galactica Deadlock DLC adds new campaign and ships later this month Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony to require loot box odds disclosure FTC panel reveals troubling relationship between streamers and loot box creators Epic Games promises loot box transparency going forward Epic hit with class-action suit over hacked Fortnite accounts Discord is launching in-server streaming later this month with new 'Go Live' feature Borderlands 3: Take-Two Addresses Investigation Into Streamer Leaks Time To Break The Silence And Fill You In Outer Wilds publisher says 'we're not going anywhere' following bankruptcy speculation Ninja 'disgusted' after Twitch accidentally promotes porn stream on his dormant channel Ninja gave out his number to the internet, but it’s a silly marketing scheme Police are investigating a possible shooting threat at Twitch's headquarters, but say there's no longer an 'active threat' Bandai Namco Is Investigating a Potential Bomb Threat At Its US Office 40-Year-Old Man Arrested For Threatening Square Enix With “A Repeat Of Kyoto Animation” Subnautica dev to G2A: 'You now owe us $300,000' Discord Explains How It Handles Harassment, Doxxing, And Threatening Behavior Xbox open to some first-party games appearing on other consoles Paradox reports significant revenue increase in expansion-heavy Q2 2020 Fortnite's Teenage World Champ Swatted Live on Stream A Look Back At Some Of The Games Australia Has Banned We Do Not Need To Defend Video Games From Politicians Walmart Removes Violent Video Game Signage, Still Sells Guns The video game industry must stand up against the right’s bad-faith attacks Video Game Consoles Won't Get Pricier In America, At Least For Now A First-Person Adventure Is One of the Coolest Mario Maker Levels Yet Esports News Apex Legends tournament pulled from TV following US shootings You Should Watch Ultra Fight Da ! Kyanta 2’s Tournament at Evo 2019 Russia wins Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Nations Cup, UK manages not to come last Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) Dog shelter simulator To The Rescue hits Kickstarter goal after two days Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) The 18-month fence hop, the six-day chair, and why video games are so hard to make Riot Employees Say Company Has Made Real Progress Fixing Its Sexism Issues After It Doxxed 2000 Journalists, Why Should We Ever Trust the ESA Again? For MMO diehards, there's only one conversation: is the genre dying or already dead? Perfect Character Balance Is 'Boring,' Says Samurai Shodown Director Launcher Builds Meet the YouTubers Using Math to Unlock the Depths of Monster Hunter: World Deep-Pocketed Collectors Are Fueling A Retro Game Gold Rush Planning Novigrad “Killing Nuance,” by Reid McCarter Fire Emblem Doesn't Just Need Gay Characters, It Needs Queer Life One of Judgment’s Biggest Enemies is Male Entitlement Baba is You is a Postmodern Masterpiece Redesigning Hitman's Agent 47 The Decade-Long Quest For Shadow of the Colossus’ Last Secret 09 to '19: A Decade of Approachability in Fighting Games Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to the game industry Fire Emblem With Sax Fire Emblem Voice Actor
  19. Fun fact: This game had been under my radar since 2008 when it was on the Wii. Unfortunately the game was never translated to English so I couldn't play it even if I wanted to...... until 2018 when this game was released in English, but by that time I was playing other games. So now I finally played this game after a recent Steam Sale that drops the game price from $70 to $14 (what a discount!). I am so damn glad I played this game because this game is FUCKING AMAZING!! HOLY SHIT, this game earned its legendary cult status for a reason! The plot of this game is initially simple enough. A girl named Maria Osawa was kidnapped, and the kidnappers demanded that her twin sister Hitomi deliver the ransom money in front of the Hachiko statue, aka that dog statue that's in a couple of games & films in the past. Of course, it doesn't go as smoothly as hoped. Some shenanigans happen during the ransom exchange, and so begins this roller coaster of a ride filled with suspense, plot twists, surprisingly heartfelt moments & a lot of funny ass shit. And I fucking love it! Unlike most VNs where you only have 1 main character to keep track of, this game has 5. Achi: a young dude who likes to clean up the streets & stumbled upon Hitomi so they have to run away from the kidnappers that want to catch her Kano: an inexperienced detective who is trying his best to follow the footstep of a detective he idolizes, while also trying to get the approval of his father in law to marry his girlfriend. Oh the family drama. Minorikawa: a freelance reporter that likes to points at stuff & is trying his best to help his former boss pay off his loan shark debt Osawa: the father of Maria & Hitomi who is trying to figure out what the kidnappers want and Tama: a girl that got stuck in a cat costume. And she holds so many secrets that I can't say anything more. Sounds overwhelming, but the game handles this extremely well. See the game is like the show 24 where you follow these 5 characters but in the span of 1 hour per episode/chapters. So when the game begins, you follow what the characters are doing from 10:00 - 11:00 am, and then the next chapters pretty much follow the same hourly patterns up until the very end of the game where everything comes together. Now you might be thinking "I'll just follow 1 character from the beginning to the end for every one of these chapters then", but the game actually does something quite clever in making you jump through different characters. In this game, you have to switch to another character constantly because most of the time you will reach a "keep out" sign which signifies that you have to change into another character first to proceed to the next stage of that character, or a bad end will happen when you're just following 1 character. So for example: You play as Minorikawa & you're just following his story of him riding a taxi to his former boss' office. All of a sudden, Kano just jumps into the taxi asking for a ride, but eventually, Kano just gave up and left. Unfortunately because of that interruption, Minorikawa arrived ad his boss' office too late & the boss killed himself. BAD END. So what you have to do is change your character to Kano and then pick the option to NOT go into the taxi, which makes the game proceed to the next stage. There are many times where this happen, and the game has 85 bad ends. JAEZUS! Luckily these bad ends are what makes the game fun to play & some of them are just hilarious that you pretty much play the game to get these bad endings. Hell in one of these bad endings, you pretty much can get a game over because you ran into a cockroach after another character threw that thing away, and then in the end you dedicated your life to cleaning the streets so there are no more cockroaches. Another one is this bad end where Kano meets his father in law too early & the game ends with him becoming a farmer & happily marrying his girlfriend. How the hell is marrying the girl you love a bad end?? @_@ I also love the presentation of this game because everything is either played in cheesy live action, or still photographs of these actors/actresses doing silly stuff with photoshopped images in the background. You can very much tell that the cast and crew of this game were having a DAMN good time just posing & acting these scenes out. You know what else I love about this game? The damn soundtrack. When the intro of the game begins and I heard this hype as hell music, I know I'm in for something great. What's great about this song is that everytime you complete the chapters for everyone, there's a preview of the next upcoming 1 hour with this awesome song playing, which just makes your blood pumped & excited to see what's next. The rest of the songs are filled with so many great tunes that makes each scenes enjoyable to watch, whether they're comedic scenes, suspense scenes or scenes that makes you want to tear up. The only thing that I don't like about this game is very nitpicky: you can't skip texts. You know how in VN games you can just press CTRL to skip dialogues so you can get to the next part quicker? Well you can't do that here. Good thing is this game has a pretty useful autoscroll so you don't have to click all the time to see the next sections, but having the skip function will be pretty nice. But that's ok though because I played this game for 25 hours straight from the beginning to the end, anticipating what the next twists of this game are, and in the end I ended up freaking loving every single thing I experienced. Not only is the 25 hours journey freaking awesome, but after finishing the game, there's actually a buttload of extra stuff for you to see, like the stories of the various side characters of this game, and one particular extra story which is so damn cool. If you get the true ending of the game, you get to see an extra chapter about one of the characters in this game named Canaan, and surprise surprise, this chapter is created by Nasu from Type-Moon. YES, the guy who made Tsukihime & the Fate series, so the chapter is very much like playing one of his linear VNs, complete with Fate like animations & voice acting. And fun fact: that extra chapter & this entire game is actually a prequel to the anime Canaan which takes place 2 years after this game. Now I want to see that anime! That's why my rating for this game is "so awesome that I am now going to watch the Canaan anime & wait for Canaan to hopefully be included in Fate Grand Order". AKA 9.9 out of 10 with a badass seal of approval! You know what I just realized? This game is made by the same dev who made Danganronpa & the Zero Escape games, so you bet your ass that this game is that damn awesome. And what's amazing is that this game was made 1 year before Zero Escape, so this game is actually the one who started the "prepare to get your mind blown" format of those other 2 games. Funny how we finally get to play this game in English in 2018 eh? Go get the game to complete the what I call "mind-blowing mystery adventure collection", and prepare to enjoy the ride!
  20. The schedule for this week has been updated to the original post (OP) of this thread. Have a great week. Cya at the events! - Rune
  21. Xbox Summer Games - Division 2

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    -------------------- The Division 2 - Summer Games Sunday August 18th - 7:00pm EST [12:00am GMT] As part of our Summer Games series we are returning to Division 2 and the wicked city of Washington DC. This won't be your traditional field trip! As part of the latest Episode 1 Content Drop, we'll be heading to the outskirts of the city and checking out the new content added to Division 2 since the update. Squads will be organized to ensure the fairest co-op scaling experience. There is no level restrictions and we'll make adjustments to accomondate everyone regardless of rank. If you're interested in learning more about our Division 2 clan on Xbox, we have an informational guide set up for both old and new members who wish to get involved. Click here to learn more! Game Night Summary - Activities - Checking out Episode 1 Content Ranking Up Members / Clan Levels - Date & Start Times - Sunday August 18th, 2019 7:00pm ET 6:00pm CT 4:00pm PT 12:00am GMT Join the Game Night party via the Club or through the profile of the host to get started and invited to our lobby. - Install Size - Prepare your download in advance! Division 2 is about 62GB. - Host - Sick [Gamertag: Sickshock6] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night. -------------------- How can I attend an Xbox Game Night? - For new members and/or first time Game Night participants, we highly encourage you to add all the hosts as your friend on Xbox Live (Gamertags are listed for every host below). We also encourage you to join the community Xbox Club (all hosts can be found in the Club roster as well). We use the Club for a variety of purposes to unite members of the community and play together. As an extra reminder for new members, please make sure to review our AJSA Code of Conduct. To learn more about the AJSA on Xbox One, visit out our Community Information thread. For Game Nights and other community activities we use Xbox Live parties created from the Club for communication (text or voice), gatherings, and other purposes. In the case of an emergency where Xbox Live is down and we need to absolutely group up, we will use the AJSA Discord channel as a backup. All Game Night parties will be visible to Xbox Club members listed under the Club "Multiplayer" page. When our Game Night sessions are live, please join our Club parties to get invited to our lobbies. Please message the host if you require an invite to the party. If this is your first time playing with us, we will introduce you to the other members in attendance and we'll all exchange friend requests to get you set up and comfortable. If you would like to give advance notice to a host that you would like to participate in a particular Game Night, you are completely free to do so. If you have any questions, please reach out to any members of the AJSA Xbox One staff and we will be happy to assist you. All Game Nights are casual gatherings aimed at bringing people together to have a good time and enjoy their games in a group setting. Trash talking and bad attitudes are not tolerated. We're here to have a good time, help each other out, and build meaningful friendships! To view a monthly outline of all upcoming Xbox Game Nights, please view our monthly schedule here.
  22. Xbox Summer Games - Overwatch

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    Overwatch - Summer Games Saturday August 17th - 6:30pm EST [11:30pm GMT] Join us this Saturday night for Overwatch as we play a variety of online and custom game modes with host WookieJedi. What sort of custom game tricks and Summer Games shenanigans will Wookie pull on us this session? Game Night Summary - Activities - Casual Quick Play & Arcade Custom Games - Date & Start Times - Saturday August 17th, 2019 6:30pm ET 5:30pm CT 3:30pm PT 11:30pm GMT - Install Size - Prepare your download in advance! Overwatch is a little over 20GB. - Host - WookieJedi [Gamertag: AJSAWookieJedi] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night. -------------------- How can I attend an Xbox Game Night? - For new members and/or first time Game Night participants, we highly encourage you to add all the hosts as your friend on Xbox Live (Gamertags are listed for every host below). We also encourage you to join the community Xbox Club (all hosts can be found in the Club roster as well). We use the Club for a variety of purposes to unite members of the community and play together. As an extra reminder for new members, please make sure to review our AJSA Code of Conduct. To learn more about the AJSA on Xbox One, visit out our Community Information thread. For Game Nights and other community activities we use Xbox Live parties created from the Club for communication (text or voice), gatherings, and other purposes. In the case of an emergency where Xbox Live is down and we need to absolutely group up, we will use the AJSA Discord channel as a backup. All Game Night parties will be visible to Xbox Club members listed under the Club "Multiplayer" page. When our Game Night sessions are live, please join our Club parties to get invited to our lobbies. Please message the host if you require an invite to the party. If this is your first time playing with us, we will introduce you to the other members in attendance and we'll all exchange friend requests to get you set up and comfortable. If you would like to give advance notice to a host that you would like to participate in a particular Game Night, you are completely free to do so. If you have any questions, please reach out to any members of the AJSA Xbox One staff and we will be happy to assist you. All Game Nights are casual gatherings aimed at bringing people together to have a good time and enjoy their games in a group setting. Trash talking and bad attitudes are not tolerated. We're here to have a good time, help each other out, and build meaningful friendships! To view a monthly outline of all upcoming Xbox Game Nights, please view our monthly schedule here.
  23. Xbox Summer Games - Minecraft

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    Minecraft - Summer Games Friday August 16th - 7:30pm EST [12:30am GMT] Join us this Friday night as we celebrate our Two Year World Anniversary on Minecraft. Our longest running, continuous world was founded on August 7th, 2017 and we've been playing in this world ever since. This coming Friday we will be holding a special Anniversary celebration to observed this milestone. We're keeping hush hush on our specific Game Night activities to keep things a surprise. Hope to see you there! Game Night Summary - Activities - 2 Year Anniversary Celebration Building & Crafting - Date & Start Times - Friday August 16th, 2019 7:30pm ET 6:30pm CT 4:30pm PT 12:30am GMT Join the Game Night party via the Club or through the profile of the host to get started and invited to our lobby. - Xbox Game Pass Status: ACTIVE - Do you have a subscription to the Xbox Game Pass? You can download Minecraft for free. - Install Size - Prepare your download in advance! Minecraft is less than 1GB. - Host - Rune [Gamertag: AScapeRunePlaya] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night. -------------------- How can I attend an Xbox Game Night? - For new members and/or first time Game Night participants, we highly encourage you to add all the hosts as your friend on Xbox Live (Gamertags are listed for every host below). We also encourage you to join the community Xbox Club (all hosts can be found in the Club roster as well). We use the Club for a variety of purposes to unite members of the community and play together. As an extra reminder for new members, please make sure to review our AJSA Code of Conduct. To learn more about the AJSA on Xbox One, visit out our Community Information thread. For Game Nights and other community activities we use Xbox Live parties created from the Club for communication (text or voice), gatherings, and other purposes. In the case of an emergency where Xbox Live is down and we need to absolutely group up, we will use the AJSA Discord channel as a backup. All Game Night parties will be visible to Xbox Club members listed under the Club "Multiplayer" page. When our Game Night sessions are live, please join our Club parties to get invited to our lobbies. Please message the host if you require an invite to the party. If this is your first time playing with us, we will introduce you to the other members in attendance and we'll all exchange friend requests to get you set up and comfortable. If you would like to give advance notice to a host that you would like to participate in a particular Game Night, you are completely free to do so. If you have any questions, please reach out to any members of the AJSA Xbox One staff and we will be happy to assist you. All Game Nights are casual gatherings aimed at bringing people together to have a good time and enjoy their games in a group setting. Trash talking and bad attitudes are not tolerated. We're here to have a good time, help each other out, and build meaningful friendships! To view a monthly outline of all upcoming Xbox Game Nights, please view our monthly schedule here.
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  25. 88) UNDEFEATED Platform: PC Not to be confused with that 2011 documentary film about a football team. This is a free game that 3 students from Osaka made, and it's pretty much an Unreal Engine 4 Superman simulator. You can fly, run really fast & beat the crap out of enemies + bosses. Don't expect much from this game as all you do is complete obstacle challenges, fight a couple of weak bad guys with ease, and then do 3 boss fights where all you do is fly to them, hit them with a ranged attack until they're stunned then beat the crap out of them, rinse and repeat. The end. Gotta say though, there is definitely potential for a really fun longer game. The base is here, and all this game needs are more enemy variety, customizable abilities, more destruction & more locations for you to fly and wreck stuff up. Can't wait to see if the 3 people who made this game will create another game in the future! 89) Necrovision Platform: PC This game was back when Painkiller, aka FPS games that tries to be Doom but with more religious supernatural elements were all a thing, before DOOM in 2016 blew this genre out of the water and reclaimed the throne. This game was fun, but unfortunately it's hindered by the floaty imprecise gun controls & enemies that likes to move so damn much all over the place that it's hard to get a straight shot most of the time, and for some damn reason your machine guns spray bullets so damn fast that you'll end up using single shot bullets or use your melee attacks most of the time to save that ammo. I like how it has vampires that pretty much are more like ninja predators that does Tony Jaa roundhouse kick acrobatics than being, you know, actual vampires. Cool design for these guys. It's weird that this game's ending actually gets better when you play on the lower difficulty. I have never seen any other game does that other than. Most of the time its either you purposefully pick the worst options to get the worse ending, or be like Drakengard where you just play multiple times & have the ending go from optimistic to....... whatever this is AHHHHH GET THEM OFF ME!!!! 90) 428: Shibuya Scramble Platform: PC If you're a fan of Danganronpa & the Zero Escape games, this was released 1 year before Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors & the one that started the "mindbending mystery" games Spike Chunsoft created. It was translated to English in 2018, 10 years after this game was released in Japan back in 2008, and it is a joy to finally experience this VN. Now I'm watching the anime sequel Canaan that takes place 2 years after this game. Can't wait to see how the story continues!
  26. This Week In Gaming 8-6-19

    EVO announcements, winners, and rivalries. People Make Games investigates the truth of Civilization's Nuclear Gandhi bug, new gameplay for Mount and Blade 2 and The Outer Worlds, phone numbers and addresses of journalists and Youtubers leaked by E3 organizers, Radek Koncewicz looks at 10 JRPGs from the fifth console generation to analyse the generation's effects on pacing and structure, Moira Hicks examines how the magical realism of Metal Gear is used to better communicate the horrors of war and American imperialism while Reid McCarter explores how A Plague Tale does the same with the Hundred Years’ War, Noah Caldwell-Gervais gives his thoughts on the gameplay and worlds of Horizon Zero Dawn vs Days Gone and shares his critique and retrospective of the Alice series by discussing how it subverts the work it was based on, Archipel speaks with Koji Igarashi about development and alternative funding, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Here's an hour of side-quests from The Outer Worlds—including a murder investigation You can kill every character in The Outer Worlds The Outer Worlds Is Just As Screwed Up As Real Life How I wasted my hour with The Outer Worlds 'The Outer Worlds' and Having Politics vs. Just Referencing Politics You can kill everyone in The Outer Worlds. It’s a development nightmare. The Outer Worlds Brings the Stupidity of Capitalism to Space We Talk About World Building in Obsidian's New Game The Outer Worlds Watch 20 minutes of Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord beta footage The upcoming RPG Warsaw taught me an important piece of Polish history Ooblets is an Epic exclusive, and its creators say it's 'nothing to get worked up about' Epic condemns “misinformation and abuse” after harassment of Ooblets devs Regarding what’s been happening Epic Store Rage Has Gotten Out Of Hand A new Borderlands 3 trailer introduces Moze and her best friend Iron Bear Borderlands 3 - Official Amara Character Trailer Zachtronics’ next game is a visual novel Making family matter in Children of Morta Dark Envoy is a Divinity-like CRPG in which you save or doom the world and get an airship The Oriental Exorcist ChinaJoy 2019 off-screen gameplay New Guilty Gear title announced Granblue Fantasy: Versus EVO 2019 Percival gameplay The King of Fighters XV announced The First 15 Minutes of Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Gameplay (1080p 60fps) New Gameplay Today – Trails Of Cold Steel III The Good Life, Swery's life sim RPG, is delayed until 2020 New Details On Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's Multiplayer Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer feels fantastic - but there's cause for concern How Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will offer the “ultimate multiplayer playground” Cook, Serve, Delicious 3 Takes The Intense Restaurant Sim On The Road Azur Lane: Crosswave ‘Story Mode’ gameplay Soulcalibur VI DLC character Cassandra launches August 5; Season Pass 2 featuring Haohmaru from Samurai Shodown announced There Wasn’t Originally A Plan For A Season Pass 2 For SoulCalibur VI Valve apologise for leaking Street Fighter V DLC characters Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Winds of Magic sends in the cow men on August 13 Total War: Three Kingdoms is getting a free horde mode Rocket League won’t have loot boxes later this year Ducktales Remastered Will Be Delisted From Digital Stores On August 8 E3 Expo Leaks The Personal Information Of Over 2,000 Journalists The List of 2,000 Journalists the Video Game Lobby Doxed Is the Last Thing It Had to Offer Betrayal, Disappointment & Anger - The Story of the ESA Amidst Controversy, Twitch Confirms That Breastfeeding On Stream Is Allowed Mixer's clothing guidelines are very concerned about cleavage Rockstar hires testers full-time after criticism – “things have been better since last year” Nearly 60% of Take-Two’s revenue in the first quarter came from microtransactions and DLC US president Donald Trump blames videogames for fueling violent culture Tencent aiding with localization, online services for the Switch's move into China Best XCOM 2: War Of The Chosen mods Esports News GO1 Breaks Down In Tears After Defeating SonicFox, Winning Dragon Ball FighterZ At Evo 2019 Dragon Ball FighterZ Evo 2019 Grand Finals Samurai Shodown Evo 2019 Grand Finals Mortal Kombat 11 Evo 2019 Grand Finals (Sonicfox VS Dragon) EVO 2019's best story was the unstoppable rise of Pakistani Tekken player Arslan Ash Smash Bros. Takes Center Stage At The Biggest Fighting Game Event Of The Year Under Night’s Community Found Validation and Explosive Growth at Evo Who Won at EVO 2019? Here are the Results and How They Did It The voice of Solid Snake says EVO “failed to consult me or Konami” on that Tekken 7 gag Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) Psychonauts 2 investors are getting guaranteed profits before the game even launches Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) What it's like to get laid off in the games industry Player Two: An Interview with Ben Babbitt The moral panic over Fortnite and the “purpose” of play Thousands of people have come together for the most moving game of the year THE JRPG STARTUP COST, PART II Making penises in games: it's hard How Metal Gear Eschewed Realism to Convey the Horror of Imperial Violence A Plague Tale: Innocence Is the Anti–Assassin’s Creed 'Hotline Miami' Showed the Futility of Ultra-Violence as Critique The Dark Side of the Video Game Industry | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix How the Simulation of a Hitman Level Works Revealing the Tricks Behind Hitman's Level Design History Respawned: Astrologaster Rage 2 and Game Feel Why Does Celeste Feel So Good to Play? | Game Maker's Toolkit Did Nuclear Gandhi ever really happen in Civilization? Monster Mash-- Horzon: Zero Dawn vs. Days Gone Manic Pixie Dream Worlds: A Critique of American McGee's Alice Games Good Game Design - Super Mario Maker 2: Building Better Creators Iga's Lair - an alternative path to game creation BringBackKI 2019 Killer Instinct: Lead Designer Developer Interview What Makes Metroid Music Sound Like Metroid Music? The History of Sleeping Dogs Death and Religion in Final Fantasy X Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura Retrospective | A History of Isometric CRPGs (Episode 7) Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to the game industry What to do when Bolivia hates you
  27. EVO announcements, winners, and rivalries. People Make Games investigates the truth of Civilization's Nuclear Gandhi bug, new gameplay for Mount and Blade 2 and The Outer Worlds, phone numbers and addresses of journalists and Youtubers leaked by E3 organizers, Radek Koncewicz looks at 10 JRPGs from the fifth console generation to analyse the generation's effects on pacing and structure, Moira Hicks examines how the magical realism of Metal Gear is used to better communicate the horrors of war and American imperialism while Reid McCarter explores how A Plague Tale does the same with the Hundred Years’ War, Noah Caldwell-Gervais gives his thoughts on the gameplay and worlds of Horizon Zero Dawn vs Days Gone and shares his critique and retrospective of the Alice series by discussing how it subverts the work it was based on, Archipel speaks with Koji Igarashi about development and alternative funding, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Here's an hour of side-quests from The Outer Worlds—including a murder investigation You can kill every character in The Outer Worlds The Outer Worlds Is Just As Screwed Up As Real Life How I wasted my hour with The Outer Worlds 'The Outer Worlds' and Having Politics vs. Just Referencing Politics You can kill everyone in The Outer Worlds. It’s a development nightmare. The Outer Worlds Brings the Stupidity of Capitalism to Space We Talk About World Building in Obsidian's New Game The Outer Worlds Watch 20 minutes of Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord beta footage The upcoming RPG Warsaw taught me an important piece of Polish history Ooblets is an Epic exclusive, and its creators say it's 'nothing to get worked up about' Epic condemns “misinformation and abuse” after harassment of Ooblets devs Regarding what’s been happening Epic Store Rage Has Gotten Out Of Hand A new Borderlands 3 trailer introduces Moze and her best friend Iron Bear Borderlands 3 - Official Amara Character Trailer Zachtronics’ next game is a visual novel Making family matter in Children of Morta Dark Envoy is a Divinity-like CRPG in which you save or doom the world and get an airship The Oriental Exorcist ChinaJoy 2019 off-screen gameplay New Guilty Gear title announced Granblue Fantasy: Versus EVO 2019 Percival gameplay The King of Fighters XV announced The First 15 Minutes of Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Gameplay (1080p 60fps) New Gameplay Today – Trails Of Cold Steel III The Good Life, Swery's life sim RPG, is delayed until 2020 New Details On Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's Multiplayer Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer feels fantastic - but there's cause for concern How Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will offer the “ultimate multiplayer playground” Cook, Serve, Delicious 3 Takes The Intense Restaurant Sim On The Road Azur Lane: Crosswave ‘Story Mode’ gameplay Soulcalibur VI DLC character Cassandra launches August 5; Season Pass 2 featuring Haohmaru from Samurai Shodown announced There Wasn’t Originally A Plan For A Season Pass 2 For SoulCalibur VI Valve apologise for leaking Street Fighter V DLC characters Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Winds of Magic sends in the cow men on August 13 Total War: Three Kingdoms is getting a free horde mode Rocket League won’t have loot boxes later this year Ducktales Remastered Will Be Delisted From Digital Stores On August 8 E3 Expo Leaks The Personal Information Of Over 2,000 Journalists The List of 2,000 Journalists the Video Game Lobby Doxed Is the Last Thing It Had to Offer Betrayal, Disappointment & Anger - The Story of the ESA Amidst Controversy, Twitch Confirms That Breastfeeding On Stream Is Allowed Mixer's clothing guidelines are very concerned about cleavage Rockstar hires testers full-time after criticism – “things have been better since last year” Nearly 60% of Take-Two’s revenue in the first quarter came from microtransactions and DLC US president Donald Trump blames videogames for fueling violent culture Tencent aiding with localization, online services for the Switch's move into China Best XCOM 2: War Of The Chosen mods Esports News GO1 Breaks Down In Tears After Defeating SonicFox, Winning Dragon Ball FighterZ At Evo 2019 Dragon Ball FighterZ Evo 2019 Grand Finals Samurai Shodown Evo 2019 Grand Finals Mortal Kombat 11 Evo 2019 Grand Finals (Sonicfox VS Dragon) EVO 2019's best story was the unstoppable rise of Pakistani Tekken player Arslan Ash Smash Bros. Takes Center Stage At The Biggest Fighting Game Event Of The Year Under Night’s Community Found Validation and Explosive Growth at Evo Who Won at EVO 2019? Here are the Results and How They Did It The voice of Solid Snake says EVO “failed to consult me or Konami” on that Tekken 7 gag Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) Psychonauts 2 investors are getting guaranteed profits before the game even launches Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) What it's like to get laid off in the games industry Player Two: An Interview with Ben Babbitt The moral panic over Fortnite and the “purpose” of play Thousands of people have come together for the most moving game of the year THE JRPG STARTUP COST, PART II Making penises in games: it's hard How Metal Gear Eschewed Realism to Convey the Horror of Imperial Violence A Plague Tale: Innocence Is the Anti–Assassin’s Creed 'Hotline Miami' Showed the Futility of Ultra-Violence as Critique The Dark Side of the Video Game Industry | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix How the Simulation of a Hitman Level Works Revealing the Tricks Behind Hitman's Level Design History Respawned: Astrologaster Rage 2 and Game Feel Why Does Celeste Feel So Good to Play? | Game Maker's Toolkit Did Nuclear Gandhi ever really happen in Civilization? Monster Mash-- Horzon: Zero Dawn vs. Days Gone Manic Pixie Dream Worlds: A Critique of American McGee's Alice Games Good Game Design - Super Mario Maker 2: Building Better Creators Iga's Lair - an alternative path to game creation BringBackKI 2019 Killer Instinct: Lead Designer Developer Interview What Makes Metroid Music Sound Like Metroid Music? The History of Sleeping Dogs Death and Religion in Final Fantasy X Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura Retrospective | A History of Isometric CRPGs (Episode 7) Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to the game industry What to do when Bolivia hates you
  28. I would love it if Angry Joe posted a review of the BEYOND update. Its a wonderful game to play now. Having loads of fun on it.
  29. TimeSplitters Rewind: The game has been in development for years now (since 2013), unfortunately the small group of developers over the years have struggled to keep the team together with the constant issues over the years with the game engine changing over and over. The latest update was given by one of the team members 5 months ago (March 2019) showing a very basic version of the beginning level of TimeSplitters 2 (TS2) - Mission 1: Siberia. The developer (Alfred Turner) has explained that he began creating the level since October 2018 mostly by himself (see the video link below). The level itself looks amazing if I do say so myself! The level of detail instantly threw me straight back to playing TS2 as a kid and the nostalgia was running through my veins. If you can't tell already, I'm a huge TimeSplitters fan! (hence my user name) Equally I am a big fan of Angry Joe and have been for years, all the way back to his FarCry 2 and Fallout 3 videos which feel like a lifetime ago now. One thing I did see all those years back was that Joe actually made a video with Gavin Stone and Tons of Fun Chris about Timesplitters (see the video link below) and how the series needed a new game to really mix up the First Person Shooter franchise (dominated by Halo at the time). I'm hoping to somehow push the information onto Joe in regards to helping spread the word about the game or even encourage people with the necessary skills to apply to join the TSR team. I think for all the years where the rights of the series have been thrown around from developers to developers, I've lost hope in seeing the game be published by a company willing to take on the challenge. Therefore, TSR for me right now seems like my only hope of getting my favourite game series brought back to life. If you're willing to join the cause in trying to get Joe to maybe make a quick video to spread the word or just want to jump on this thread as a way to reflect on the good memories you may have had of the past 3 games then feel free. I believe that if we all put our heads together we could support the guys putting in the hours to make the game. - NeoTokyoGhost - - 05/08/2019 - References: TimeSplitters Rewind Update (March 2019): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkltJm1lWMc&t=50s AngryJoeShow TimeSplitters 4 (February 2009): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW_e_oNFt4E
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