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  2. SHODAN's back! And I'm gonna put her down again when this game's released. Aw yeaaaaahhhhh! Funny how this game pretty much kills my desire to get the System Shock remake, though considering how messed up the development for that game is, this is a much better outcome. Can't wait to see this game in action!
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  4. EF: PLANETSIDE 2 EVENT This Wednesday

    Greetings soldiers of the Angry Army, Auraxius calls for War once again. Join us as we make for the planetside, to conquer it in the name of our force, factions will be chosen at the start of the event, to give the opportunity to play a different side. This event will be held Wednesday March 20th, 2019, 2pm EDT/7pm GMT in the AJSA Discord ( Link:
  5. Hi all. Thanks for checking our Xbox community article for this week. This is our way to report and share with you on whats going on with the AJSA in the Xbox community on a weekly basis. We'll have updates on current projects, upcoming activities, community content ranging from interviews to Youtube videos, and more. These articles will always contain a copy our Game Nights schedule for the week to keep folks informed about what titles we're featuring and supporting. If you're interesting in getting involved with us on Xbox I'd encourage you to check out our 'Xbox Community Guidebook' where you can get up to speed on what we're all about and how you can start playing with us. If you need help and/or have any questions, please feel free to reach out to any member of the AJSA Xbox Staff for assistance. Xbox Reports - Division 2 Xbox Clan Information - Our Xbox community clan for Division 2 has been established and all interested members who have the game who wish to become a part of the AJSA clan on Division 2 are invited to join as we get set up for our upcoming adventures in Washington DC. We have a complete informational guide for all members, old and new, who wish to enlist. In a similar style to Destiny 2 for those who were part of our clan for that game, you'll be able to earn Clan XP to help level up the group and unlock perks for our Clan Quarters in the Base of Operations. It doesn't matter if you're a solo or group player, anything you do will contribute to the clan score. Please be aware that the clan system in Division 2 is not something you can access immediately. You must complete the opening missions until you have access to the Theater Settlement and complete the Grand Washington Hotel mission. After this you must complete the Viewpoint Museum mission, which is unlocked after the Grand Washington Hotel, where you gain access to Grace Larson. You will then recruit here to the Base of Operations where she'll act as the Clan Officer and you'll have the ability to join clans. We've been hard at work helping out as many members as we could with the Viewpoint Museum mission over launch weekend to get folks set up in the clan. If you need help completing the mission, please check out our clan guide and reach out to our clan admins. This Saturday night on March 23rd we will be holding our inagural Game Night for Division 2 on Xbox. This will be a great chance to squad up, meet others, and ranking up your Agent in a group setting. Our Game Night schedule for this weekend, posted below in the article, will have more details with start times and hosts. - Kountdown to Kombat Fight Nights - Our Fight Nights celebration here on Xbox One will continue with Brawlhalla, a free to play fighting game, this Sunday night. Brawlhalla is a relatively new fighting game on console with it coming to Xbox late last year. With a similar style to Super Smash Brothers, this game allows up to eight players to fight each other in free for all or work together in teams. Brawlhalla also has a very small install size with under 500MB, making it very managable for members who don't have a lot of hard drive space. As Brawlhalla joins the ranks of our fight nights, this Sunday night will also represent the conclusion of 'Phase Two' of our Kountdown to Kombat series. Phase Two had an emphasis on free to play fighting games with titles such as Killer Instinct and Brawlhalla, two games with very different styles but sharing the common theme of being free to play. Our third and final phase of Kountdown to Kombat will start in April where games such as Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Mortal Kombat X, and Mortal Kombat 11 being featured to close out our first major community project for 2019. Thank you all for your support! - Spotlight Interview | First Edition: AwakeningRager - Welcome to the First Edition of of the 'Spotlight Interview' series, a new Xbox initiative where members of the community will be featured and interviewed by me [Rune] about their history, their backround, personalities, and more. These Spotlight Interviews will be part of our Xbox articles going forward and we're looking forward to the feedback you give us on what you think of the interviews. For our first Spotlight Interview we are showcasing one of the longest serving Game Officers and longstanding member of the Xbox One community, AwakeningRager. Known as Rager in short, he is our local Halo expert and connoisseur. Don't let his name (Rager) fool you. He is probably one of the most soft spoken people you'll ever meet. He also does a great Gollum expression from Lord of the Rings. Rager first joined the AJSA back in January 2014 and became a Game Sergeant for the Xbox One staff in July 2015 as part of a new team that completely restructured and reorganized the Xbox community to what we know and love today. While quiet and soft spoken, his actions and track record undoubtedly speak for him. When he isn't leading Halo Game Nights, you'll often see him participating in other Game Nights, and setting up Club Parties during the week to squad up with members during the day. I feel that for our first Spotlight Interview the honor should go to AwakeningRager and I hope everyone gets to see what he has to say. Thank you Rager for all your hard work, dedication, and friendship! You're one of the first people I came across when I first joined in September 2014. Amazing how far things have come. Enjoy: --------------------------------- Tell us a little about yourself. Where are you from? My name is AwakeningRager, I'm 24 years old, and I'm from Sweden. I recently graduated college and now work as an Assistant Nurse. For the AJSA I serve as an Officer on Xbox. I primarily oversee our Halo clans, recruitment, and events on Xbox while also helping out with other community activities and projects. What are your earliest memories of gaming? My earliest, and fondest memory, of gaming is my brother and I playing Super Mario on the Nintendo 64. What are your hobbies? What do you like to do when you’re not gaming? I enjoy working out, doing a mix of home exercises and walking/jogging. I played sports back in school and I used to take Karate Lessons, obtaining a brown belt before moving on to other activities. I also enjoy watching eSports tournaments and keeping up with gaming industry news. How did you join the AJSA Gaming Community? As a subscriber to Angry Joe I watch a lot of his Angry Reviews and content he puts out. Back in 2013 I saw he made a video promoting this new gaming community called the AJSA. This caught my interest, signed up on the forums and finally decided to join in January 2014. At the time there wasn’t console events for Xbox or PS4, so as an Xbox gamer I mainly interacted with other community members via the forums. Towards the end of 2014, sometime after the console communities were established, is when I started actually gaming and playing with other members. Do you remember what the first events you joined? The first events I joined up on were for Halo: Master Chief Collection. I know, what a shock!!!!! Apart from Halo, early on I also joined up and played during our Battlefield 4 events. Pretty much whatever game I had that we had events for I tried to go out to. How did you get involved as a game organizer for Xbox? I joined the Xbox One staff as a Sergeant in July 2015. This was shortly after Rune had came in to the position of Commander and I had approached him my ideas on how we could reorganize our Halo events. I really wanted to see our group head back to Halo again and bring people together. We were not doing anything with Halo at the time. I felt us not doing anything with Halo was a wasted opportunity. Rune felt the same and that is where our working relationship began and my road as an organizer started in this new administration. We started outlining goals, objectives, and plans to re-introduce Halo back into the fold for Xbox. It was part of a larger plan to completely reorganize how events were structured and community itself was to be operated. Lots of things changed when Rune came in and I worked with him along with the team to get things done. That Summer was really a transformative time for us on Xbox and I’m glad to be have been a part of it. Halo events started back up in August and the response from the community was awesome. We wiped the slate clean and started fresh, using the early events to reintroduce everyone to the game and letting people know we were serious about long term Halo support. I started hosting events on Sunday afternoons during the Summer leading into the Fall. I ran Halo: Master Chief Collections events all the way up to October when we transitioned to Halo 5: Guardians. During this time I also acted as the point of contact for EU members on Xbox. This was a way to make European members feel more welcome in the group. When we were in transition to Halo 5: Guardians I was promoted to Game Officer and was tasked with organizing the transition to Halo 5 and setting up clan support. This when we created the Spartan Company and all that. This was the first major new, triple AAA game for this relatively new staff, and was a big test for us. I’m pleased to say it all worked out and we ran events for Halo 5 well into 2017. We had events pretty much every Saturday night. Even for awhile we ran events alongside Overwatch. All these efforts I believe we did early on opened up the doors for a lot different opportunities for us down the road. We had crazy fun, the members rocked the house, and we still run Halo: Master Chief Collection events to this day. Why did you decide to get involved in organizing? Did you have any prior experience with clan organizing? Halo is one of my favorite game genres to watch and play both casually and competitively. I had a strong passion for the series and I wanted to get involved more in the community so I felt the two were a natural match. I really hoped that Halo could be a game that we could support and bringing people together to play and have a good time. Whenever we did Halo events prior to that Summer when I became Sergeant, I was always there. I always offered ideas, suggestions, opinions etc. I kept faith and in the end it all worked out. With prior clan organizing experience, I never really got involved in organizing before the AJSA so no I did not have any prior experience. I learned by trial and error, working with a solid team, had a great group of people to play with, and all that combined help mold my style. What is some advice you can give to up and coming game organizers? My advice is to create, build upon, and sustain relationships with people. You need to establish some sort of bond between you and the people you’re playing with. If you expect people to just show up because you made a forum post, you may find yourself in trouble. People want to know who, and what, they’re dealing with. Keep that in mind when advertising and recruiting for your game. Don’t be afraid to experiment with things like different game modes to see what works and doesn’t work. What sort of modes does your group like to play? What do people find fun? Get as much feedback as you can. Also don’t feel that if you fail once that is over for you. Maybe you run an event and no one shows up. If anything take that as a challenge, see what you need to change. Any favorite moments that stand out during your time in the community? One moment that stands out to me in particular is when we were doing a Gears of War 4 event and we were playing Horde Mode. It was one of the craziest and funniest times I had on that game. We were up until like 6am in the morning trying to finish. We spent all our money and couldn’t upgrade or build any sort of defense so we were really in a bad spot. I don’t remember if we won or lost as I think I passed out but it was just so whacky and fun. The custom games we did on Halo 5 were really fun and one of the main highlights of our history there. For some events we'd have people share their own custom modes and we'd all try it together. I'd also go through the custom games browser and download maps/matches for us to try. There was this one Infection map where we were in anbandoned subway station and we all had to run down this hallway to get to an elevator to escape before the zombies got us. It was just hilarious. Then there is just so many other moments that would be impossible for me to completely list. Overwatch custom games throughout the years, Battlefield 4, Gears, Anniversary weeks and special events etc. I'm happy I got to play with cool people and had a good time. You’re one of the longest serving Game Officers in the community. What motivates you? To be an Officer in the community its to go above and beyond. It goes beyond just hosting a Game Night for your favorite title. It is also a responsibility to manage and direct community members to keep spirits calm, motivated and excited to play together and have fun with the game no matter the opposition we face. What are some things that have changed about the AJSA since you first joined? Well when I first joined there wasn’t any console organization. It was just PC. It was really a big step for everyone when the console communities first started out. Things really picked up for us in 2015 and we have not looked back since. All the changes I think we did worked out for the better. What is your favorite Halo game and why? My favorite game of the series is Halo 3. I enjoy the slow paced, tactical teamwork oriented gameplay. The shooting mechanics are and unique additions really enhance the experience for me. It also had a great story that was interesting to follow and understand. The multiplayer kept both casual and competitive players invested for a long time. I believe there is where Halo was in its prime and I hope we that that day again come soon, hopefully with Halo Infinite. What other games do you enjoy? I enjoy playing other first person and third person shooter games like Call of Duty, Gears of War, Battlefront, Overwatch, and DOOM. For RPGs I really like Dragon Age and Star Wars classics like Force Unleashed and Knights of the Old Republic. Explain the origins of your Gamertag, AwakeningRager. What does it mean? I got the name Awakeningrager after I was playing all Dragon Age games like DAO Origins and its respective DLCS including DAO Awakening Expansion. The Rager part of my gamertag has do do with me bringing out my inner "Rage” to help me motivate to try to do better and be the best player I can be depending on the situation in the game. I think of it as ‘Hulking Up’!!! After that...my Swedish fury is unleashed upon the enemy! What are your plans for the future? I hope to get my own place like an apartment. I want to learn as much as I can from this new profession IRL and about healthcare services. Keeping up with my excercise routines and balancing out all my hobbies. If there was one thing you wanted people to now about you, what do you want them to know? Hmmm well.....you see I have a special kind of talent. A unique ability. I have the power of "Speedreading". I can read something realy, really fast and I can understand everything what I'm reading quickly. Helps me to keep up to date with all the notes Rune makes me read!!!! --------------------------------- Thank you once again AwakeningRager for taking part in our first Spotlight Interview! Weekend Game Night Schedule - March 23rd & March 24th How can I attend a Game Night? - For new members/first time Game Night participants, I 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 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 the 'Xbox Live Party' that are created from the Club for communication, gatherings, and other purposes. In the case of an emergency where Xbox Live is down and we need to group up, we will use the AJSA Discord channel as a backup. In our parties we fully accept and make adjustments for people who are shy in groups and/or for people who have no mics. If by chance you do not have a Game Night host on your friend list, please message the host for an invite to the game/party during the Game Night and then exchange friend requests upon entry to the party. All Game Night parties will be visible to Xbox Club members under the "Looking for Group" section. You can join the party via the Club or through the profile of the host. If you would like to give advance notice to the host that you would like to participate in a particular Game Night, you are 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. -------------------- The Division 2 - Game Night Saturday March 23rd - 7:30pm EST [12:30am GMT] The virus that struck New York City has spread to Washington D.C., leaving the country in chaos. A call to action is being made to restore order and take down the lawless factions that run amok in the nation's capital. Division Agents from the AJSA are being sent in to Washington to take back the city block by block. Join us this Saturday night on March 23rd for our inaugural Division 2 Game Night on Xbox One with hosts Sickshock6 and Rune. We'll be focused on helping rank up members, complete story/side missions, and unlocking Clans for anyone who still needs assistance. 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 - Ranking up members Unlocking Clans Mix of PvE and PvP content - Date & Start Times - Saturday March 23rd, 2019 7:30pm ET 6:30pm CT 5:30pm 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. - Hosts - Officer Sick [Gamertag: Sickshock6] & Commander Rune [Gamertag: AScapeRunePlaya] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night. -------------------- Brawlhalla - Fight Night Sunday March 24th - 7:00pm EST [12:00am GMT] Our epic celebration of fighting games, Kountdown to Kombat, continues this Sunday night as we venture to a relatively new fighting game on the scene called Brawlhalla! This free to play fighter, with a similar style to Super Smash Brothers, will join the ranks of our Fight Night series as we gather to play and try out the game for the first time as a group. Custom lobbies can support up to eight players in free for all and team based modes. Brawlhalla is only about 500MB large so folks who are tight on harddrive space, this game shouldn't be too much of a worry for you. This Fight Night will conclude 'Phase Two' of the Kountdown to Kombat series before we move into our Third and final phase in April. We'd like to thank everyone who has come out so far and supported this project. Thank you and we hope to see you again on Sunday! Game Night Summary - Activities - Custom Brawl Games [Snowbrawl, Brawlball etc] - Xbox Free to Play Status: ACTIVE - You can download Brawlhalla for free. Download size is a little under 500MB. Xbox Live Gold required to play online. - Date & Start Times - Sunday March 24th, 2019 7:00pm ET 6:00pm CT 5:00pm 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. - Host - SHAO SICK [Gamertag: Sickshock6] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night. -------------------- Connect With the AJSA Xbox One Community Xbox Section of the Forums http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/32-xbox-one/ Join the AJSA Club on Xbox One http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/37127-ajsa-xbox-one-club-how-do-i-join/ Xbox One Gamertag List http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/38719-xbox-one-gamertag-list/ Xbox Community Information http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/39605-xbox-one-division-information/ More AJSA Community Content AJSA Twitter https://twitter.com/AJSAgaming AJSA Stream Team https://www.twitch.tv/team/ajsa AJSA Gaming Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/AJSAGaming AJSA Community Content Area http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/42-community-content/
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    The Division 2 - Game Night Saturday March 23rd - 7:30pm EST [12:30am GMT] The virus that struck New York City has spread to Washington D.C., leaving the country in chaos. A call to action is being made to restore order and take down the lawless factions that run amok in the nation's capital. Division Agents from the AJSA are being sent in to Washington to take back the city block by block. Join us this Saturday night on March 23rd for our inaugural Division 2 Game Night on Xbox One with hosts Sickshock6 and Rune. We'll be focused on helping rank up members, complete story/side missions, and unlocking Clans for anyone who still needs assistance. 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 - Ranking up members Unlocking Clans Mix of PvE and PvP content - Date & Start Times - Saturday March 23rd, 2019 7:30pm ET 6:30pm CT 5:30pm 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. - Hosts - Officer Sick [Gamertag: Sickshock6] & Commander Rune [Gamertag: AScapeRunePlaya] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night. -------------------- How can I attend a Game Night? - For new members/first time Game Night participants, I 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 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 the 'Xbox Live Party' that are created from the Club for communication, gatherings, and other purposes. In the case of an emergency where Xbox Live is down and we need to group up, we will use the AJSA Discord channel as a backup. In our parties we fully accept and make adjustments for people who are shy in groups and/or for people who have no mics. If by chance you do not have a Game Night host on your friend list, please message the host for an invite to the game/party during the Game Night and then exchange friend requests upon entry to the party. All Game Night parties will be visible to Xbox Club members under the "Looking for Group" section. You can join the party via the Club or through the profile of the host. If you would like to give advance notice to the host that you would like to participate in a particular Game Night, you are 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.
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    Brawlhalla - Fight Night Sunday March 24th - 7:00pm EST [12:00am GMT] Our epic celebration of fighting games, Kountdown to Kombat, continues this Sunday night as we venture to a relatively new fighting game on the scene called Brawlhalla! This free to play fighter, with a similar style to Super Smash Brothers, will join the ranks of our Fight Night series as we gather to play and try out the game for the first time as a group. Custom lobbies can support up to eight players in free for all and team based modes. Brawlhalla is only about 500MB large so folks who are tight on harddrive space, this game shouldn't be too much of a worry for you. This Fight Night will conclude 'Phase Two' of the Kountdown to Kombat series before we move into our Third and final phase in April. We'd like to thank everyone who has come out so far and supported this project. Thank you and we hope to see you again on Sunday! Game Night Summary - Activities - Custom Brawl Games [Snowbrawl, Brawlball etc] - Xbox Free to Play Status: ACTIVE - You can download Brawlhalla for free. Download size is a little under 500MB. Xbox Live Gold required to play online. - Date & Start Times - Sunday March 24th, 2019 7:00pm ET 6:00pm CT 5:00pm 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. - Host - SHAO SICK [Gamertag: Sickshock6] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night. -------------------- How can I attend a Game Night? - For new members/first time Game Night participants, I 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 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 the 'Xbox Live Party' that are created from the Club for communication, gatherings, and other purposes. In the case of an emergency where Xbox Live is down and we need to group up, we will use the AJSA Discord channel as a backup. In our parties we fully accept and make adjustments for people who are shy in groups and/or for people who have no mics. If by chance you do not have a Game Night host on your friend list, please message the host for an invite to the game/party during the Game Night and then exchange friend requests upon entry to the party. All Game Night parties will be visible to Xbox Club members under the "Looking for Group" section. You can join the party via the Club or through the profile of the host. If you would like to give advance notice to the host that you would like to participate in a particular Game Night, you are 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.
  8. Game: Assassin's Creed: Rogue Remastered Platform: Xbox One Finally after missing out years ago on playing this game I was able to experience it for the first time and completed it over the weekend. I purchased this game a month or two ago when it was on sale on Xbox during an Ubisoft promotion. I've been on a playthrough since and I'm happy with how everything turned out. I was intrigued by the story of the main character, Shay Cormac, who was originally a member of the Colonial Brotherhood of Assassins turned Templar. Without giving too much away this game serves as a good tie-in between Black Flag and Assassin's Creed III plus it also helps lead into Assassin Creed Unity which I really liked.
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  10. 32) Zombie Kill of the Week: Reborn Platform: PC This title sounds more like a youtube compilation video than an actual game. XD It's one of those "kill zombies & survive as long as you can" games. Think old school Zombie mode from World at War but 2D. You kill zombies, buy weapons, move on to the next rooms & kill as many as you can before you go down. Simple stuff. 33) Deadly Moves Platform: Sega Genesis Ahhh this game. I played this game when I was a kid, and I don't know HOW I actually beat this game back then. Now playing it back again, I can definitely say one thing: THIS GAME IS SO BAD. Just look at this! It's supposed to be a fighting game, but it's so dumb. Imagine Street Fighter, but you don't have low attacks, you use special moves by pressing both A and B while doing a Sonic Boom motion or pressing forward, see that Hadoken stuff? That's the Sonic Boom motion move I just said, movements are as stiff as concrete, and make every enemy AI hyperaggressive so they spam special moves over and over and over again. And the final boss is just a straight up Rugal clone. Back when I was young, I thought he's a cool boss so I play the game again to beat him again. WHY DID I DO THAT?? He sucks ass! What kind of a final boss name is Ranker??? 34) Unsung Warriors - Prologue Platform: PC A short game which is just a taste of what the upcoming game will be like. It's a combat-heavy platformer with various gears for you to equip. You can push enemies into pits, spiked pits, those rock traps that smush you to meat paste, and use magic spells to destroy them. Liking how it plays, can't wait to see what the full game will be like.
  11. This Division 2 clan is only for Xbox. I can't comment on the status on Division 2 clans on other platforms as I'm unaware of if there are any.
  12. Can you please do an angry review on Captive State, please?
  13. Completed: Devil May Cry 5 Platform: PC The fun over the top moments series is known for (though toned down from 3 and 4). With combat that is at it's best when you aren't always thinking about the easiest or most efficient way to do something but instead embrace the more chaotic nature of the game while trying to do what is the most fun and making the most out of the large number of options. Three playable characters that are all fun and different to play. The camera can make it hard to see at times but you are given a few options to change how it works, Lady and Trish contribute nothing and are only there to remind you they exist and to be nude at some point. Most of the environments are pretty dull, don't enhance the combat experience or add anything fun to do, and levels might repeat the same environment or very similar ones. Kind of a dull (gameplay wise) and sudden ending.
  14. Yo. I just joined an Angry Army clan on PC. Is the army only officially on Xbox?
  15. How Do I Unlock Clans in Division 2? Before you can join a clan in Division 2, you will need to unlock the 'Clan Officer' Grace Larson in-game. You will need to level up the 'Theater Settlement' to Level 2 and complete the Viewpoint Museum mission. It is encouraged that you are at least level 5 or 6 before doing this mission. Once you completed these objectives, you can recruit Grace Larson to the White House Base of Operations where the Clan Quarters will be unlocked. Any questions? Want more info? Check out this 'How to Unlock Clans' guide. Please reach out to @SickShock6 or @RuneX if you need help with the Viewpoint Museum mission. How Do I Join the Angry Army Division 2 Clan on Xbox One? - For New Recruits - Before you become a full member of the Angry Army Division 2 Clan on Xbox One, there are some prerequisites: If you are a new recruit seeking to get involved in the AJSA on Division 2, please review and acknowledge our Code of Conduct. Check out our Xbox Community Information Guide as well. Join the Official AJSA Xbox One Community Club on Xbox. This is the social hub for our group on Xbox Live and where we gather to play off and on Game Nights. If you're not a member of the forums, register and introduce yourself. The forums is the center for all information concerning the AJSA Community. If you want to be kept up to date on everything that is going on, checking the forums is the way to go. You can also add your name to our Xbox One Gamertag List to find other members to play with on Division 2 and other games. Add @SickShock6 [Gamertag: Sickshock6] and @RuneX [Gamertag: AScapeRunePlaya] to your friends list on Xbox Live. Apply to join the Angry Army Xbox One Division 2 Clan Search for 'AJSA Gaming' in the Clan search in-game Request an invite to join Our Clan does not look for or care about K/D Ratios, Win/Loss Stats, or Rank. We accept people based on their merit. If you're a friendly, respectful, and chill, you will fit in just fine with us. We're here to have a good time, kick ass, and work together as a team to overcome challenges. - For Existing Members - If you're already an established member of the community, you can apply to join the Division 2 Clan by searching 'AJSA Gaming' in the clean search menu. Clan Overview Division 2 Clan Overview - Ubisoft Activities - We play both PvE and PvP content. Most Active Times - Evenings (EST) and during Game Nights Atmosphere - Easy going, relaxed Mic Requirement - Mic optional Language - English preferred Region - Members span across the globe. Majority from North America. Contact Information for Division 2 These individuals will be your primary points of contact during events and squad activities. Reach out to them for assistance regarding the clan and/or if you have questions regarding the wider community. @SickShock6 Xbox Live Gamertag: Sickshock6 @RuneX Xbox Live Gamertag: AScapeRunePlaya
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    Gamertag: EJGarza02 Games I like: Call of Duty, Mortal Kombat, Minecraft, Overwatch, Battlefield, Star Wars, LEGO, Red Dead Redemption 2, GTA, Halo and Fallout Time Zone: Pacific Daylight Time (GMT-7)
  17. In case you didn't see or hear, Halo: Reach is coming to the Master Chief Collection on Xbox and PC this year. Waypoint has a full breakdown of what is to come on their website for those interested. https://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/news/mcc-pc-halo-reach
  18. Dunno if this is the right place, but I'm a blogger and I'm following all the newest info about the MK 11 release! Here's my blog post about all the so far featured & revealed characters that are either confirmed or are very likely to make up the roster! Enjoy! <3 MK 11 Characters (Confirmed and still in the unknown)
  19. GTA SA Multiplayer, those were the days <3
  20. Wow. That is damn good. This is perfect for Mount and Blade 2, which I'm still waiting for right now. Can't wait for that game to finally be out! This next song is from a horribly sad game Devotion. It was out on Steam, but it's not for sale anymore because the game got bombed with negative reviews, over a poster in the background that makes fun of the Chinese president. That and many other political anti Chinese stuff the dev was accused of promoting which I don't give a shit about. Anyway, this song is played at the end of the game, which is surprisingly awesome. Made me cry though after all the things that happen in the game. This game is too sad....
  21. I can tell Joe doesn't play the old games often since he's not used to the lock on. Unfortunate that he actually showed the Faust hat scene since that part is so much better if you see it when you're playing the game, buuut it's not that big a deal, cause he plays with Sweet Surrender. Wait..... where does he put that thing? I mean that is intended for massaging Kyrie's back..... right? X_X
  22. ...Are you me?
  23. 28) DMC 5 Platform: PC I finished this game twice on PC. Now I'm playing the game on PS4 after I got the free copy from a contest I won. THIS GAME IS FUCKING AMAZING! 29) Loading Screen Simulator Platform: PC Even a loading screen has a simulator. Thankfully it's free! 30) When the Darkness comes Platform: PC It's one of those free experimental walking simulator game. This time it emulates what it feels to be depressed. I don't get affected by this game since I live my life to the fullest and experience everything that I can without regrets, so phew! Good thing it ends well since I choose the good option instead of the messed up ones. 31) Dead or Alive 6 Platform: PS4 Got this game for free after winning a challenge in my local video game bar. I won 3 sets of DOA6 matches, so I got this game + Atelier Lydie + $25 voucher to get anything in the bar, which I use to buy a PUBG chicken dinner parmigiana. Yum! DOA6 is pretty much DOA5, but with a super meter that lets you do sidestep attack, super attack or super parry. In other words, still a lot of damn fun. The story mode is, well, typical DOA nonsense with a lot of sporadic 10 seconds long cutscenes everywhere, and then change to a more straightforward plot once Kasumi and Ryu Hayabusa joins in. Team Ninja is pretty much known to not do story well, BUT, as sporadic and messy the story mode in this game is, it's still 100 times more fun and better than that abomination that is Tekken 7's side story mode. At least here, all the plotline ends up making sense and follow a straight path, and it make sure to include every character in the plot. Plus it has a pretty good twist by the end of it. Now I don't know what's next for Team Ninja, but if they make Ninja Gaiden 4, I hope it's a sequel to DOA6 where Ryu go in DOATEC and destroy shit, and you get to finally play as Hayate this time. That'll be really damn cool, but we'll see.
  24. EF: Planetside 2 event

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    Greetings soldiers of the Angry Army, Auraxius calls for War once again. Join us as we make for the planetside, to conquer it in the name of our force, factions will be chosen at the start of the event, to give the opportunity to play a different side. This event will be held Wednesday March 20th, 2019, 2pm EDT/7pm GMT in the Angry Joe show army discord.
  25. Greetings soldiers of the Angry Army, Auraxius calls for War once again. Join us as we make for the planetside, to conquer it in the name of our force, factions will be chosen at the start of the event, to give the opportunity to play a different side. This event will be held Wednesday March 20th, 2019, 2pm EDT/7pm GMT in the Angry Joe show army discord.
  26. Actually there isn't one answer to this question. Call of duty 4:modern warfare had taken everybody by storm when it was released..it was a revolution and the gameplay was on an another level,for me the best in the business then, and then the titles that followed the first modern warfare in the series had their own sets of fans. Now for the online,a lot of people prefer modern warfare 2,3 for online multiplayer,for me it's black ops 2. That game had a good balance between the classic cod shooter gameplay and the perfect modern tinge. You could say that it was the transition phase from contemporary to future for the call of duty franchise. Granted, I get that it’s trendy to hate on newer Call of Duty games I can even see why. I just don’t agree that the newer games are terrible, for the most part. Overall my favorite Call of Duty game is Black Ops 3, and I have played all the games in the series (console/PC) except United Offensive. In Feb STEAM released a new game Metro Exodus . I buy Metro Exodus game key and play for a while,I still prefer CALL OF DUTY.
  27. This Week In Gaming 3-12-19

    Michael Saba discusses the counterculture of Doom and how the people who make games are treated, Reid McCarter writes about consumption and the reductive discourse surrounding games like Anthem when the focus is on mechanics and amount of content rather than if what there is to do is worthwhile in the first place, Scott Strichart discusses taking localization in games to the next level with Yakuza Judgment, previews of Days Gone and Sekiro, Jessica Roy tells how SimCity inspired a generation of city planners, The Game Overanalyser examines the design philosophies of famous developers, Noclip speaks with the developers of Mortal Kombat, Phoenix Point gets year exclusivity to Epic store and year of free DLC to backers, Valve lays off VR focused employees and ends contract with Artifact creator Richard Garfield, 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) “We insist that they are not zombies” – we talk to Bend Studios about PS4 zombie game, Days Gone I’ve changed my mind about Days Gone Days Gone Is "Going To Surprise A Lot Of People" Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice gameplay | 19 minutes of stealth and swordplay 9 Details You Need to Know Before Playing Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Gameplay Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice | Launch Trailer | PS4 'Sekiro' Makes Me Feel Unstoppable (Even When I'm Dying) Judgment - Features Trailer: English | PS4 Judgment Launches June 25, How the Yakuza Spinoff Reinvents Localization Cyberpunk 2077 development 'is far from over' To The Moon Developer Freebird Games’ Next Title Is Imposter Factory Total War: THREE KINGDOMS - Dong Zhuo Let's Play Sun Jian Start Position Spotlight - Total War: THREE KINGDOMS Shenmue 3 has a new combat-heavy trailer The Sinking City delayed to June 27 94 Rapid-Fire Questions About Control Every Supernatural Ability In Remedy's Control Halo: The Master Chief Collection Is Coming To PC, Adds Halo: Reach 343 Wants People To Stop Sending Them Pizza Rage 2 trailer shows how weapons and combos turn you into a superhero Ready or Not [Gameplay || Preorder Trailer] Someday You’ll Return How Chaosbane streamlines Warhammer and Diablo for a modern audience Nanotale is an RPG in which you kill enemies by typing, out later this year The Case of the Invisible Wizard is a forthcoming frog detective adventure Mortal Kombat 11 - Official Cassie Cage Reveal Trailer Phoenix Point Epic Games Store Announcement Wrath: Aeon of Ruin is an old-school shooter from Quake scene vets Tactical Breach Wizards defenestrates by the book in new footage One Piece World Seeker - Opening Cinematic Trailer | PS4 Original Diablo, Warcraft to be made available digitally for the first time Devil May Cry 5 Looks to Be Getting a New Playable Character in the Bloody Palace Update Ni no Kuni II’s New Trailer Shows What Awaits In The Tale Of A Timeless Tome DLC Battlefield 5 battle royale: Everything we know about Firestorm Over 355,000 Apex Legends cheaters have been banned Steam's 'Popular Upcoming Releases' Section Is Easy To Manipulate Rape Day prompts call for UK government review Valve Lays Off Parts of VR Team, Denies Change in Direction Screw Steam (The Jimquisition) Tim Sweeney: Storefront battle will be won with developer support Vivendi sells remaining Ubisoft shares, closing book on hostile takeover Teenagers Say EA Brushed Off Reports Of Sexual Harassment By Sims Influencer Concern for Artifact as Magic: the Gathering creator leaves Valve amid layoffs Lawsuits over Fortnite’s dance emotes hit a legal snag EA will skip E3 press conference this year PlayStation | Balance for Better - Celebrating International Women's Day 2019 RIP Susan Cantplayit The Influencer is dead. Long live the influencer Esports News Konami building esports centre in downtown Tokyo Tekken World Tour Announces Drastic Improvements For 2019 At Katowice, 20-year-old Serral took a shot at becoming the greatest StarCraft 2 pro of all time Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) Space Haven Space Haven - Alpha Preview Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) “Consuming the World,” by Reid McCarter ASSASSIN’S CREED II Building a better world through games From video game to day job: How ‘SimCity’ inspired a generation of city planners Insisting The Division 2 is apolitical while marketing it with overtly political messages is some grade-A bullshit Why you should almost always localize your games Dev Zine Hennig: "Things are clearly not working the way they used to" How Failbetter Games devised Sunless Skies' facets progression system The eyes have it: Creating believable digital humans It's Okay To Stop Playing How sci-fi game worlds take on capitalist promises of success How God of War's World Serpent Got Its Voice This dress for ‘female gamers’ isn’t going over well How a chummy 'blitz spirit' keeps Metro Exodus from falling apart Beat It Exploring Falmouth and the naval history behind Return of the Obra Dinn The weird world of bootleg Pokémon games on PC Elite’s Distant Worlds 2 expedition: Building a starbase in the center of the Milky Way Designing Mortal Kombat Fatalities with Ed Boon The Design Behind the Constant Reinvention of Mortal Kombat DOOM Eternal, Counterculture, and How We Talk About Labor The New Queer Tropes In Video Games Series Is Tired, But Sadly, Still Relevant The Design Philosophy of Famous Game Designers | Sid Meier, Will Wright, Miyamoto and Kojima Metro 2033 & Last Light... Years Later Why People Love Shadow of the Collosus so Much Here's how Breath of the Wild looks on PC without cel-shading
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