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RuneX liked a post in a topic by SmiteDown in hello everyone im really excited to be here :D
hello everyone from the AJSA im super excited to be apart of the AJSA and here with all of you and i hope i get meet all of you in time as i am here . i have always wanted to join the AJSA since i started watching angry joe and other joe as well as the movies reviews with Delrith, and i got to admit i i found my gaming home with all of you i love the rules that are in place for this great community i feel like i can really game knowing there are many great people involved in this great place the two major places i play games on are ps4 and pc and i hope to add a lot of you to my friends list and get to game out with you i would also like to thank angry joe and other joe and everyone else who help make the AJSA for giving a place for gamers like me to call home and be part of a community packed with great people <3
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Kountdown to Kombat - Xbox Fight Nights Announcement & Schedule
A call to action to all Kombatants of the AJSA! Prepare for battle this Sunday night on February 10th, 2019 as we band together to kick off our ‘Kountdown to Kombat’ Fight Night series on Xbox One. Presented by the Emperor of Angerworld, Shao Sick [Gamertag: Sickshock6], in anticipation of the release of Mortal Kombat 11 in April we are organizing a three month long community project celebrating the fighting game genre by coming together to play and enjoy a variety of fighting games.
Starting off our Fight Nights with Mortal Kombat X this Sunday, we'll be featuring titles such as Street Fighter IV, Killer Instinct, and more as weeks progress with Mortal Kombat 11 concluding the ‘Kountdown to Kombat’ series in April.
These Fight Nights will be held on a bi-weekly basis on Sunday evenings for February and March with the exception of April where we will have two Fight Nights back to back to accommodate for holidays.
All upcoming Fight Nights, dates, and times will be outlined down below. All of the Fight Nights will be hosted by our lead Kombatant, Sickshock6, who will be directing and leading all Fight Night activities as part of this series. Many of the titles featured in this series are either free to play or available through the Xbox Game Pass to ensure as much accessibility as possible to community members.
Kountdown to Kombat - Fight Nights Schedule
Sunday February 10th - Mortal Kombat X - 7pm EST Inaugural Kountdown to Kombat Fight Night Available on the Xbox Game Pass
Sunday February 24th - Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition - 7pm EST Available on the Xbox Game Pass Backward compatible March 2019
Sunday March 10th - Killer Instinct - 7pm EST Free to Play [Visit the Xbox Store to download]
Sunday March 24th - Brawlhalla - 7pm EST - Host: Sickshock6 Free to Play [Visit the Xbox Store to download] April 2019
Sunday April 7th - Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 - 7pm EST Available on the Xbox Game Pass
Sunday April 14th - Mortal Kombat X - 7pm EST - Host: Sickshock6 Available on the Xbox Game Pass
Sunday April 28th - Mortal Kombat 11 - 7pm EST - Host: Sickshock6 Conclusion to the Kountdown to Kombat series Kountdown to Kombat - Point of Contact
Have any questions regarding the upcoming Fight Nights? Please contact our Fight Nights hosts and organizer, Sickshock, on the forums and/or on Xbox Live.
Gamertag: Sickshock6 Forum Handle: @SickShock6
Zombie_Shower liked a post in a topic by RuneX in Xbox One Game Nights - Weekend Schedule - Feb. 23rd to 24th
- AJSA Xbox One Weekly Schedule -
Game Nights | Saturday February 23rd to Sunday February 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.
Minecraft - Game Night
Saturday February 23rd - 7:30pm EST [12:30am GMT]
Embark on an epic journey this Saturday night as we kick off our first Minecraft Game Night of 2019! We're organizing an expedition to an uncharted Winter Biome deep into the Western regions. Untouched by civilization, this area is filled with opportunity and plenty of loot. What mysteries will we uncover? Is this a hidden danger hidden amongst the snow? Check out the Realm and participate in the Expedition to find out! Cya Saturday.
Game Night Summary
- Activities -
Winter Biome Expedition - Date & Start Times -
Saturday February 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.
- Host -
Commander Rune [Gamertag: AScapeRunePlaya] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night.
Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition - Fight Night
Sunday February 24th - 7:00pm EST [12:00am GMT]
The 'Kountdown to Kombat' Fight Night series continues this Sunday night! Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is our next entry in this celebration of fighting games. We're able to play this title on the Xbox One due to its status as an backward compatible game. If you owned this game on the Xbox 360 on disc or digital, you're able to participate if you so desire. Additionally this game is also available on the Xbox Game Pass. Cya Sunday!
Game Night Summary
- Activities -
Private AJSA lobby, 'King of the Hill' settings - Xbox Game Pass Status: ACTIVE -
Do you have a subscription to the Xbox Game Pass? You can download SFIV: Arcade Edition for free.
- Xbox Backward Compatible Status: ACTIVE -
Did you have this game on the Xbox 360 via disc or digital? You can play without having to repurchase.
- Date & Start Times -
Sunday February 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 -
Officer Sickshock [Gamertag: Sickshock6] Please contact the host if you have any questions or need assistance regarding this Game Night.
RuneX liked a post in a topic by MarcusM in Introduction
I'm a teacher from the UK, and have been living and working in Viet Nam since around '02. I play Summoners War on IOS when I have time and enjoy watching Joe go nuts on Youtube. I'm a dad and husband so gaming has to take a back seat but I play as often as I can. I hope once my little one grows up a bit I can get a PS4 and hopefully we can game together
Nice to be part of the community!
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My Top 15 Best Games of 2018
If you thought that 2017 was a great year for gaming, think again. 2018 has blown it out of the water and there’s a reason why. What better way to celebrate this year than by looking back at what I consider to be the best of the best. This will not be an easy list and remember that my list is an opinionated one. So let’s get underway with a list that’s good. So let’s get to the cream of the crop, the pedal to the metal. These are my Top 15 Best Games of 2018.
Before I begin, here are some rules.
Rule #1: Straight-up ports or compilations to newer consoles will not be included. If they were, I would pretty much have half of the list devoted to them. There will be a few exceptions.
Rule #2: This list focuses on games that I’ve played and put time towards. So yes, expect the list to be not to your liking.
Rule #3: If you feel a game you like isn’t on your list, feel free to provide your own.
Now that we’ve got them out of the way, let us begin.
Number #15: Octopath Traveler (Nintendo Switch)
Kicking off the list is an RPG that has a simple premise yet works. It centers on 8 different characters, each having a story of their own to tell. What makes it so good is how players go about it. The game is a love-letter to old school RPGs, offering up something exciting while challenging you. Everything about it is great whether it be the gameplay, music, presentation, voice acting, etc. Plus with the fact that you can customize your party however you like adds replay value. Don’t take my word for it, even though I still need to beat it. Get this. Octopath is an RPG that deserves all the love it can get. Who will you choose to start your journey?
Number #14: The Alliance Alive (Nintendo 3DS)
In 2018, the 3DS continues to get support from companies like Atlus. This game is no exception. The Alliance Alive centers on a group of characters that must work together to free their world from creatures called Daemons. What makes this game stand out is the battle and leveling system. Battles take place on a 3x5 grid where your group can be in different formations offering unique and interesting strategies. Not only that but towers also help provide advantages in battle. Leveling is similar to games like the original FF2 with its nurture vs. nature mechanic. Not only that but the cast can wield whatever weapons they can use offering a lot of variety and strategy. It’s a very underrated game that deserves more appreciation. Give it a chance. You won’t regret it.
Number #13: Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PlayStation 4, PC)
If there’s one thing I will say regarding 2018 is that this year is home to RPGs and this list is going to have plenty of these. It had been seven years since the last Ni no Kuni game and people wonder what happened. Well we didn’t have to wait that long, as Namco Bandai would give us a sequel, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Taking place hundreds of years after the events of the first game, Ni no Kuni II centers on Evan Tildrum and Roland Crane. Together the two must gather allies and save the world while dealing with those that threaten it including a sinister evil. It’s an RPG that I should have put more time towards. Plus its story is a journey for everyone involved. Thankfully the game did sell well enough that we’re getting DLC in the form of new campaigns and exclusive gear. Hopefully these guys can add more and let’s face it. The game is fun, the battle system is interesting and the building mechanics for the kingdom is interesting. It deserves your time and money.
Number #12: Hollow Knight (Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC)
This is the one exception that is on this list and for a very good reason. Though it came out last year on Steam, the fact that Hollow Knight had come to consoles, especially the Nintendo Switch is more than enough to convince me to give it a shot. This game is part-Metroidvania/part-Dark Souls. It’s a game that I can’t put down and yet it offers so much more. Its atmosphere is dark, creepy and enticing. There’s a lot to do in the game. The challenge is there and will push you to your limits but when it’s all said and done, you will feel satisfied knowing that you made the impossible possible. It’s a reason why I put over 20 hours and there is so much more to do. The fact we get the final expansion Gods and Glory is meant to end it out on a high note and it did. Hollow Knight is an amazing game and if you haven’t bought it, you should. My review I did should be proof enough.
Number #11: Mega Man 11 (Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One)
We waited 8 years for a new Mega Man game and then Capcom decided to enter its dork phase and cancel anything relating to the blue bomber left and right either out of spite or stupidity. We would reach Mega Man’s 30th anniversary and Capcom announced a brand new Mega Man game in the form of Mega Man 11. Its plot has Mega Man stopping Dr. Wily once more as he uses a strange machine to capture eight new Robot Masters and use them in his goal for conquest. Mega Man is still as fun as you remember except he has a new trick: the Double Gear system. It can be used to either slow down time or power up his attacks. My only complaint with the game is that it’s not a long game. It’s still fun but I only wish that Capcom can consider adding DLC down the line such as Proto Man and Bass. That would help add more to the game. At least it’s not at full price because if it was, that’d be another story.
Number #10: Soulcalibur VI (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC)
Never thought Namco Bandai would ever go back to this series, especially after Soulcalibur V. This is a game that’s going to make or break the series… thankfully it helps give the series new life. Soulcalibur VI serves not only as a reboot of the series but also a celebration of the franchise. It goes back to its roots meaning the game’s fast paced and really fun. With a roster of 21 characters and additional characters incoming such as 2B, it’s a game I feel that breathes new life to the series. In addition the game also has a really good story mode where you create a character and travel on a journey in the Soulcalibur world. That’s amazing. A game like this deserves all the love it can get. I don’t want the Soulcalibur series to die.
Number #9: Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee & Let’s Go, Pikachu (Nintendo Switch)
There’s going to be somebody here that will complain at me wondering why it’s so low on my list. To be fair, this game is a bit divisive but honestly, this is a spin off and it’s meant to hold us over until Game Freak actually releases Generation 8. Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee takes us back to Kanto where it all began except in a very different way. The difference between that the game incorporates elements from Pokemon Go. That’s not necessarily a bad thing since it’s only done to make the game a bit easier. It’s accessible for people new to the franchise while bringing something that has us old-school veterans feeling nostalgic. Let’s only hope that when Gen 8 does come, its gameplay should be like every other main line in the series. Don’t screw it up guys.
Number #8: Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country (Nintendo Switch)
A DLC making this list?! You don’t say but thing is, this is no ordinary DLC we’re talking about. Monolith Soft surprised us with something that could almost be a full game if it wants. Torna ~ The Golden Country is set hundreds of years before the events of the main game. It focuses on a pair named Jin and Lora who travel the continent of Torna. Meeting new and familiar companions, their story details how Torna had fallen and how it all leads up to Xenoblade 2. This feels like a full game and it does. It offers a lot of customization for the cast, quests to complete and plenty to do. I am amazed that they were able to pull it off and it’s another that I recommend you should get on the Nintendo Switch. Heck it’s available as a separate game so there’s that.
Number #7: Dragon Ball FighterZ (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC)
When it was announced, everyone was excited for it especially when Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite turned out to be a dud. Dragon Ball FighterZ is pretty much Marvel vs. Capcom 2/3 but it incorporates characters from Dragon Ball Z. The result is absolute beauty. Dragon Ball FighterZ is the definition of an amazing fighting game. 3-on-3 action that’s intense, addicting and satisfying. We even have a story mode that’s split into three acts, each just as good as the next. It felt like a breath of fresh air and even the roster has everyone you ever want and then some… almost. Though the game is real fun and it has its moments, I only hope that the tournament scene doesn’t get screwed over… hopefully. Yeah. DBFZ is great. It really is. Also Android 21 is best waifu. Don’t @ me.
Number #6: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (PlayStation 4)
2018 should also be the Year of Kiryu. Why? Well, because in addition to a fantastic remake of the 2nd Yakuza game, we also get one that serves as a fitting yet emotional finale to his tale. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life has a simple theme: “How far would you go for family?” For Kiryu, it’s more than you realize as he’s on a journey to save those that matter to him while uncovering a secret that could rock the fate of Japan. It’s Kiryu’s tale and it feels so strong and emotional. Not only that but Yakuza 6 is awesome in terms of gameplay and content. The Dragon Engine allows the game to run amazingly at 60fps. Not only that but there is much for Kiryu to do and so much more. This may be the final tale for Kiryu but not the end of the series. With the announcement of a spin-off titled Judgment coming this year, it’s flame will not die out. It deserves the #6 spot and it’s a bit fitting too.
Number #5: Spyro Reignited Trilogy (PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
After the success of the Crash N. Sane Trilogy, Activision figured that if one franchise found new life, why not do the same to another. The result is the Spyro Reignited Trilogy. Activision and Toys for Bob delivered a trilogy that was remade from the ground up and treated with love and respect. We know all about the struggles of the game’s development & that Activision did the right thing by delaying the game. For all the negatives the company has done, they did at least something right. As for the game itself, the game is completely redone. It looks amazing, plays amazing and is just so good. It made me now be a fan of Spyro and I feel that the praise will convince Activision to give the franchise another shot. Let’s hope it does. It’s why Spyro Reignited deserves to be in the Top 5.
Number #4: Monster Hunter World (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC)
Where do I even start with a game like this? Monster Hunter World is just incredible. A game that is not only accessible for newcomers but also offers something veterans can enjoy. The best of both worlds and it’s great. A game like this is more fun when you have friends along. You can play it solo if you want. Plus the fact that it continues to add more content in a way that can get people back in is just stunning. This is how you get people coming back to your games. With the announcement of it’s first expansion, Icebound coming this year, what better time to get into this game is now. Did I forget to mention that it looks great with a great amount of accessibility? Yep. Monster Hunter World is the franchise at its highest point and it’ll only continue to get higher.
Number #3: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo Switch)
If I wanted to, it would be #1 but it’s not and there’s a very good reason for it. Sakurai and Nintendo should be praised to high heaven. No one ever thought that there would be a system seller the way Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild were. Well look no further than this: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It’s the game where EVERYONE IS HERE! Yep. Every character from Smash 64 all the way to Smash 3DS/Wii U have made their return along with the arrival of many new characters such as Ridley, K. Rool and Simon Belmont. The game is fun, simply fun whether online or off. Not only that but the game’s Adventure Mode, World of Light will take you quite a long time to do. I can’t do it justice. This is truly a game Switch owners MUST HAVE! Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the magnum opus of the franchise. Immediate recommendation and if I wanted to, this would be #1. But it isn’t and like I said, for good reason.
Number #2: Spider-Man (PlayStation 4)
After years of the Spider-Man license being dragged through the mud courtesy of Activision & Beenox, Insomniac comes in and delivers a game that gives the webhead justice. Marvel’s Spider-Man is a blessing. It’s not a movie-licensed game but it is one of the best Spider-Man games ever. The gameplay is amazing. It has a lot to do in terms of content such as side quests, challenges, bases and it goes on and on. It’s story is real good. They skip the origin story and give us an older Peter Parker who has to deal with the Daemons and I really don’t want to spoil the rest. The DLC, while nice could be better but it shouldn’t dissuade anyone from enjoying this. I hope that they get the opportunity to do the sequel. They set the bar for Spider-Man and I hope with the sequel, it’s set even higher. Oh and if this doesn’t convince you to get a PlayStation 4 and play this, the next will.
Number #1: God of War (PlayStation 4)
Here’s the thing. My brother got me this as a birthday gift and I swear, the sooner I started playing it, I was hooked. God of War for PlayStation 4… I have no words to express my real feelings on this. This game along with Spider-Man and many others are pretty much a big, fat, FU to Electronic Arts & any others that say, “single player games are dead and that online & live services are the future”. Future my ass! The fact that it’s a PS4 exclusive says a lot. Sony killed it this year. They really did.
God of War is simply incredible. Everything about the game is awesome. The story is well done and crafted. Combat is real good and the customization for both Kratos and Atreus is real good. Speaking of which, Kratos and Atreus are two characters that share a bond and you see it grow throughout the game. It’s so good that it makes you cry when it’s all over. When a game like this makes me cry, you know it’s a game worth your time. I’m not kidding. As I said already, if Spider-Man isn’t the reason why you should get a PS4, this definitely will. You will not be disappointed. That’s a guarantee.
Not every game that was good is on this list. Therefore I will provide some honorable mentions, games that are real good along with my reasons why.
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
I’ve heard a lot of good things about the game and I was able to give it a shot. I liked it but I truthfully should have put more time into it. It deserves an honorable mention because you should give it a chance. It’s a Dragon Quest game made for the current generation of gaming. My issue is with Square-Enix behind the scenes. They didn’t bring the 3DS version overseas, the Switch version is delayed to 2019 & they even have the gall to say that they won’t release any more Dragon Quest games westward if the game doesn’t meet expectations. How petty & pathetic. Should this stop you from trying DQ XI? No.
Another game I got my hands on but never got around to playing, so much so that I also got the Definitive Edition of Hitman 2016. iO Interactive had their work cut out for them when developing this. Square-Enix pulling out and de-investing them didn’t help. Thankfully they stuck to their guns and gave us a game that is just as addicting as the original. They continue to add more content in the form of elusive targets & they’re bringing back the missions from Hitman 2016 but revised and improved. It’s truly good. All of this may want me to give it a shot. You should too.
Kirby Star Allies
When I first played & reviewed the game, it was all right but it lacked in some ways. Almost a year ago, the game feels now complete. I want it on the list but I always review games based on as they are. Thankfully the game has a lot of additional content in the form of new modes, allies, the works. It now feels complete and I commend the people at HAL for devoting their time to this game. I love it. All of this may want me to go back. The game is more fun if you have friends and it shows.
Mario Tennis Aces
We haven’t had a proper Mario Tennis game in a while and the Wii U version was a major dud. Camelot Software Planning had their work cut out for them. At least with this game, it fixed many of the problems the Wii U game had. Although I still feel Mario Tennis Aces could have been a lot more. Though they added new characters and modes, I feel it’s not enough. The Adventure Mode was okay. Now I only wish Camelot Software can maybe give us a brand new Golden Sun game. It’s been too long.
Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology
Another 3DS game I should have put more time into and I feel bad because if there’s any company that deserves praise for their commitment to Nintendo’s handheld, it should be Atlus. This game is an updated port of the original DS game but with a lot of updated bells and whistles such as visuals and music. It also has a new sub-plot where you explore alternate timelines and what happens there can unlock new stuff in the main timeline. It’s awesome and a game like this really should get you interested. I mean it. Why do you think I wish I could put time into it huh?
Red Dead Redemption 2
There’s going to be somebody here saying that Red Dead Redemption 2 should be on the list. Look… I know. This game broke sales records. It defied expectations and then some. The game is incredible. Rockstar has a reputation for delivering amazing single-player experiences. RDR2 is no exception and I should have at least put some time into it. I didn’t and I regret it. My only issue is the multiplayer and I feel it’s going to be the same way they did it with what they did to GTAV. I’m worried since GTAV suffered due to online making them more money. That is my only worry. I will enjoy RDR2, just not the online though.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas
Originally, it was going to be on this list but after much consideration, I changed my mind. Starlink has some good ideas. The game is like No Man’s Sky but with ships, ship combat and a lot of battles. If you plan on getting any version of it, get the Switch version. The Switch version is a recommended because you get an exclusive character and ship, Fox McCloud and the Arwing. Not only that but an exclusive campaign regarding the Star Fox team. It’s good. My issue with it is the DLC. Unless you got the $80 digital deluxe edition, expect to spend a lot of money to get everything. Plus the toys-to-life stuff while good is a bit problematic. That’s what turned me off but its Ubisoft so what else is new. Give it a chance if you can.
Valkyria Chronicles 4
A game I got for Christmas and one I should put time towards. I never thought we would get another Valkyria game after that awful Valkyria Revolution. I was worried but SEGA surprised us with a game that takes us back to what it should be. It’s well done. It has characters that you will like and the gameplay is back to how it was in the original Valkyria Chronicles. Expect to spend a lot of time towards a game like this and yes, there is additional content as DLC. So yeah, you are getting more for your money’s worth and then some.
Yakuza Kiwami 2
Yakuza Kiwami was a major hit and then SEGA announces that they are remaking the second. But it isn’t just any remake. They just went the deep end with this, implementing the Dragon Engine used for Yakuza 6 in this game. The story is awesome, the combat is refined and there’s so much to do it would take you hours. I kid you not. Not only that but this game also has a side-story centering on the Mad Dog of Shimano himself, Goro Majima. It’s not long but it does add more to the overall plot of the game. With the Judgment spin-off coming next year and hopefully HD remakes of Yakuza 3-5, the franchise is going strong. Very strong.
And that’s my list in a nutshell. If you feel there’s a game you like that came out this year that should be on here, feel free to tell me. I look forward to hearing from all of you.
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AJSA Xbox One Division Staff - Information Center
In this thread we outline who is currently serving in the Xbox One Division staff. These people are responsible for the day to day operations of the Xbox community, they plan and organize many gaming activities/squads including our 'Game Nights', and serve as points of contact for various games that we have a presence in. Each staff member has an area of responsibility, but they are not limited to just that and can be seen playing and engaging members on a variety of games. Don't hesitate to reach out to any of them and ask for help and/or how to get involved.
Xbox One Official Staff List & Contact Information
Commander - Rune
Forum Handle: RuneX Gamertag: AScapeRunePlaya Discord: Rune#5424 Chief Officer - WookieJedi
Forum Handle: AJSAWookieJedi Gamertag: AJSAWookieJedi Discord: AJSAWookieJedi#8876 Officer - StraightUpMelon
Forum Handle: StraightUpMelon Gamertag: StraightUpMelon Discord: StraightUpMelon#4964 Officer - AwakeningRager
Forum Handle: Blur Mania53 Gamertag: AwakeningRager1 Discord: Rage#7123 Officer - Psykogrl
Forum Handle: Psykogrl Gamertag: Psykogrl Discord: Psykogrl#9502 Officer - Sickshock
Forum Handle: Sickshock6 Gamertag: Sickshock6 Discord: Sickshock6#0219 Sergeant - Delta
Forum Handle: MobiusAran Gamertag: AJSA DELTA Discord: Delta#8213 ------------
AJSA Community Chain of Command Overview
AJSA Code of Conduct Overview
Kaz32 liked a post in a topic by RuneX in Games Beaten By the AJSA (2019)
Game: Hitman 2 
Platform: Xbox One
I've been a fan of the Hitman series since 'Codename 47' on the PC in the early 2000s. I've played them all, following the story and antics of Agent 47 closely. I regard Silent Assassin, Contracts, and Blood Money to be three of the best games in the series.
Hitman 2 is a fun and interesting game, plenty of freedom and opportunities to go about playing your missions. The story throws hints to past games and characters as well which is a nice touch for long-time players. This is my first game of 2019 that I've beat and I hope to showcase more completed games in this thread as the year goes on.
RuneX liked a post in a topic by JadeWolf in Hello Everyone!
hey Guys, I'm just an average gamer that is working on a Bachelor degree and enjoys Playing game on my free time. I'm looking to be able to join a great community and have a good time playing the games I love and find people to spend time with and chat which may help pass the time of grindy parts of a game. I mainly play survival, RPG types games and Lately been loving Atlas but Haven't found many people to play with which makes the Grind Feel so much worse.
Hope to see where this goes and I'll catch you all on the Flip side.
ScampyGordon liked a post in a topic by RuneX in Xbox One Game Nights - Weekend Schedule - Feb. 23rd to 24th
This post will likely be the final Xbox schedule update of 2018. We concluded our last event of the year with Overwatch this past Friday. We've now entered Winter Break which will last until January 10th, 2019. No Weekly Events or Game Nights will be scheduled during this time. See you all in the new year!
RuneX liked a post in a topic by Kaz32 in Top 10 best games of 2018 time! Happy new year everyone!
Happy new year from Australia! And you know what time it is: Top 10 best games of 2018 list time!
This year has been...... pretty basic compared to previous years. In 2017 there are so many surprisingly great games that I don't even think can be that damn good, like Evil Within 2, Prey, Nier fucking Automata, Gravity Rush 2 and Hollow Knight.
2018 on the other hand has all the games that are expected to be good, actually being good. Which is awesome! But a shame that there's not that many surprise unexpected heavy hitters. The Fall 2 & Vampyr were awesome, Remothered was pretty good, if confusing to follow, also Celeste and Obra Dinn which I heard so many good things about and will play when I can, but I want more! I like being surprised with stealthy heavy hitters!
Here's my top 10 best games of 2018:
10) The Fall 2 part 2: Unbound
What do you get if you take the Fall, and make it so much bigger with more gameplay variety? You get this game. Bigger story, more characters, and more fluid gameplay which doesn't restrict your movement like before. And come on, how can you not love a game with One Finger Death Punch sections in it??
9) Detroid Become Human
This is David Cage's best game since Indigo Prophecy. Not only is this game SO much better than Beyond Two Souls + Heavy Rain, it manages to allow for dozens and dozens of different outcomes in your choices which heavily affects the ending of the game for every character in the story. It's such a shame that we don't actually get the answer of are the androids in this game gaining sentience because of a glitch in their system, some brain uploading shenanigans or they actually have spirits of dead people reincarnating in them, but it's still a really fun time regardless.
8) Assassin's Creed Odyssey
Ubisoft did it. They make Assassin's Creed Origins bigger & more like Witcher 3. Which is awesome! I played the crap out of this game, completing almost all the quests until I got the true ending. I never do that to any Assassin's Creed games before because they all bored me with their one note gameplay, but this game is varied enough that I want to see through to the end of the journey. It's too bad about the microtransactions and the very grind heavy journey to get to the true end, but it's still a great fun ride.
Hard to believe that this game is made by the people behind Life is Strange. They're actually capable of making a solid RPG with concequences that actually is reflected to the world you're in. And they make being a vampire awesome. Bravo dev! Unfortunate though that there's not much to the NPCs in this game besides you either sucking their blood or let them be with their various dark secrets. I want it so that some of these NPCs like the criminals can be punished by another means besides sucking their blood, but ah well, what's done is done.
6) Hokuto Ga Gotoku/ Fist of the Northstar Lost Paradise
It's Fist of the Northstar meets Ryu Ga Gotoku. The best combination ever. Where else can you see Kenshiro blowing people to gory bits like he did in the anime, while also watching him do this:
This is just the beginning of a new line of Hokuto Ga Gotoku games, and I can't freaking wait for the sequel.
5) Spiderman PS4
A great restart to Spiderman with the potential of other Marvel superheroes to join in and have their own games. Great story & characters to accompany it as well, and it's the best Spiderman story in any media ever. The end still makes me tear up a bit every time I look back at it.
The reason why this is number 5 on my list is simple: The combat is quite simplistic & doesn't have as much movelist like Web of Shadows, which I replayed after playing this game and feel has a much better and funner combat. Also there's too much easter eggs from other Marvel characters, and we don't see them. Looking at you Avengers, Daredevil and Black Panther, who should have come and help Spiderman during the last few acts of the game but decided not to ARRGHH WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE???
4) Judge Eyes
The other new spinoff series of Ryu Ga Gotoku / Yakuza besides Hokuto Ga Gotoku, and it's just as awesome as usual, especially since this game's plot is now about a murder mistery which keeps you guessing till the very end, and it has Phoenix Wright style courtroom sections! And this hype as fuck intro!
What's not to love?
3) Dragonball Fighter Z
Oh my God this game. Best Dragonball game ever, and I'm still playing it till this day, improving myself bit by bit and vowing to be even better. This game introduces me to the amazing fighting game community in Australia, giving me the experience to play at a pro level tournament and it allows me to go face to face against the top FGC players that came all the way from Japan and USA. I thank this game so much from the bottom of my heart for the memories it gave me. Good news is it's still young and growing, and I can't wait for the future of this game. Not to mention I will attend the final world tour tournament in 26 January in Los Angeles, and I'm still training hard for that time. Wait for me LA, because I'm comin for you!
2) Red Dead Redemption 2 & God of War PS4
2 games that are definitely GOTY candidates, each expertly crafted and are both amazing games. I like God of War because it actually makes Kratos not a cunt, and of course because of the potential for future sequels that I am so so looking forward to seeing. Red Dead Redemption 2 has all those really damn good random npc encounters that makes every quests you do fun and new every single time, as well as the excellent story, which is such a shame when you pretty much know that this game is just a prequel to the first Red Dead Redemption, and because of that you know that no matter how happy the plot ends, it will be undone because of the first game. I want the first game to be non-canon now so I can continue the story in a completely different direction.
But these are not my number 1 GOTY of 2018. There can be only 1 game that fills that spot:
1) Fate Grand Order
Yes. Like I said in another thread, this magnificent culmination of all the time I spent in this game has finally arrived in 20 December when the game's final chapter of part 1 has been released. And the feeling of joy, sadness & awesomeness I felt after playing the final chapter makes my journey playing this game from when it's released in english in 2017 till now absolutely worth it. So worth it in fact that it's why this is my favorite game of 2018. And the best part: I don't pay a single real life money!
Now that part 1 is finally over, it's time to wait for the english translation of part 2, and the Fate Babylonia anime!
Like usual, share your top 10 GOTY if you so choose, and let's all hope for a great 2019 in gaming. January's already looking hype as fuck with Resident Evil 2 remake and Kingdom Hearts 3 which I WANT TO PLAY REALLY BADLY ARGHHH GIVE THESE GAMES TO ME NOW!!!!!!!
RuneX liked a post in a topic by Scrazion in Display name
Hi! I just created a new account on here and in the midst of doing so I spelt my display name wrong. It is supposed to be Scrazion but I wrote Scraziom. Is their any way that I am able to change it myself or can a staff member change it for me? Thanks!
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Angry Army - Xbox One Division Gamertag List
Welcome to the new and improved AJSA Xbox One Gamertag list! Here in this thread, if you are OK with sharing your Gamertag and being added by other members of the community, reply to this post with the following information:
Gamertag Games You Like To Play Time Zone If you just have an Xbox 360 (but are looking to get an Xbox One) or play on Xbox One via Windows 10, don't hesitate to add your Gamertag to this list. Please out of courtesy when adding someone from the list simply send the recipient a message introducing yourself and saying you're from the AJSA so folks know who you are. Thank you!
This will be an easy and effective way for you to meet new friends in the Xbox community. Adding your Gamertag to this list is a good first step to get yourself involved in the community. We offer Weekly Events across a variety of video games and other activities that will keep you engaged and gaming with your fellow comrades in the Angry Army. We additionally have an AJSA Xbox One Club that serves as a key activity hub for Xbox One Division members.
Any questions? Please contact me on the forums at @RuneX.
All Gamertags will be updated to the original post to this thread to generate one, easy to view list.
AJSA Xbox One Gamertag List
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RuneX liked a post in a topic by FourteenBadgers in Private Dan, reporting for duty!
Hey all, I've been watching AngryJoe's content on YouTube for a couple years and only recently discovered this community. I'm an avid, yet real casual, Xbox gamer. I live kinda near Seattle Washington. I've been looking for a way to get more active in a community, but never really found one that I liked or fit in with, and the AJSA seems pretty cool. I'm hoping to get to know some of you, and have fun with all of you! See you on the battlefield!
chocokaran67 liked a post in a topic by RuneX in Back after a long hiatus, looking for group to play with
Welcome back, a pleasure to meet you.
I noticed you said you play PUBG. Have you had the chance to play the new map on the PC Test Servers recently?
RuneX liked a post in a topic by SadisticKeith in Xbox One Gamertag List
Games I Play: Black Ops 4, Red Dead Redemption 2, Far Cry 5, Assassin's Creed: Oddessy, Forza Motorsports 7, Madden NFL 18, NBA 2K18, Batman Arkham series, Skyrim, Ark, Dead Rising 4, Mortal Kombat X, Doom, Just Cause 3, GTA5, Titanfall 2, and WWE 2K19
Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time
RuneX liked a post in a topic by TheShacks in Wassup Peeps, from England with love
So yeah been watching the Angryjoe crew for years for reviews and in the last year or two on Twitch. Figured id sign up and have some fun with the Army.
Im from manchester england, big pothead gamer, love my rpgs and rts though shooters too. Also stream myself small fry time. Hope to see y'all out there.
RuneX liked a post in a topic by SickShock6 in [XBOX] AJSA 5th Year Anniversary - Outline 2018 | Events, Raffle, & Contracts
Thank you to all of our members who give there support and dedication to the community. It is you guys that make this community truly amazing! It is truly an honor to be in apart of the AJSA. So thank you for playing and lets have a great celebration week!! - SickShock6 Sgt XB1 Staff
P.S Sickbeard told me he will see you landlubbers on the high seas!
RuneX liked a post in a topic by BatmanFan14 in I Have Return!
My friends, after all these years of being quiet... I have return from my journey to the mountains! (Not really, though.) And I've just ordered a brand new TV, so when I get it. And have it hooked up, and get the Xbox One S hooked up. Anybody wanted to send me a friend request on there? So we can play some games? Just on a curious note.
RuneX liked a post in a topic by AnimeXFan2017 in Xbox One Gamertag List
Hi. My name is AnimeXFan 2015. I like to play Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker, Red Dead Redemption 2, Far Cry 5, Sword Art Online Fatal Bullet whenever I'm bored, Dragon Ball FighterZ (Even though I'm shit at it), Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, and whenever I can get them downloaded again. Overwatch, Battlefield 1, and For Honor. My time zone is EST.
ScampyGordon liked a post in a topic by RuneX in [XBOX] AJSA 5th Year Anniversary - Outline 2018 | Events, Raffle, & Contracts
AJSA 5th Year Anniversary Events - Xbox One Division Informational Hub
Details on: Event Times, Contracts, and Raffle
Happy 5th Birthday, AJSA! During the week of November 12th the entire community will unite together to celebrate the founding of the AJSA. On both PC and console, there will be numerous activities planned for members to engage in and play with each other. It is important that we not only come together to play video games, but also use this as an opportunity to reflect on the past year and look ahead, building a strong foundation off of these activities to take the community into 2019.
We want to give our thanks and appreciation to all those who make this community the best it can be. To all the members and organizers who come in day to day, week to week, month to month, year to year....THANK YOU...you make all of this possible. Thank you for being part of this community. Thank you for playing.
The AJSA Xbox One Division is ready to help participate and contribute towards the Anniversary celebration. Keeping with tradition within our Division, we have a full week of gaming festivities planned to observe and honor the founding of the AJSA. This means that we will have a scheduled event every single day out of the Anniversary week.
This informational thread will provide a complete outline of the events slated for that week, along with info concerning our Anniversary raffle and the returning 'Contracts' system from last year.
AJSA Xbox One Club
Be sure to enlist in the AJSA Xbox Club during the Anniversary week! On your console dashboard, look for the 'Community' tab and click on 'Clubs on Xbox' on the top right of the screen. Then search up "Official AJSA Xbox One Community". Request an invite to join and a formal invitation will be sent to you. You can also message any of the Club admins for an invite. The Clubs will make it easier to find fellow members at a moments notice and squad up with them on a game. You'll also be able to keep track of event notices and parties, both within the Anniversary week and beyond.
Raffle & Contracts
Each Xbox event will have a ‘Contract’, a challenge that participants can voluntarily complete when attending the event. Contracts will seek to incorporate as much squad play and communication as possible. Some events may have more than one Contract.
Additionally there will be an 'Anniversary Raffle' on Xbox One. Each member who attends an event will be entered into this raffle.
Every AJSA member who participates in the events scheduled for the Anniversary week on the Xbox One will be entered into a raffle. The more events you participate in, the more times your name gets entered into the raffle, and you increase your chances to win.
At the end of all Anniversary activities, three random winners will be drawn. Rewards are as followed:
1st Place - Free digital game up to $60 choosen by the winner. 2nd Place - $25 Xbox Live Gift Card 3rd Place - $15 Xbox Live Gift Card On November 26th, after the random winners are drawn, they will be contacted privately by me [Rune] and then the winners will be announced publicly.
For those who participate in the AJSA 'Special Operation: Auinquennial' events on Xbox One, you will also be entered into the rafflle.
Each event on Xbox One will have an associated challenge, called a "Contract", which event participants can voluntarily complete. Every contract you complete will also enter your name into the raffle. These Contracts can range from getting a certain amount of points in a game to working together with your AJSA squad to overcome an obstacle.
Since a fair amount of Contracts will revolve around you and your squad completing certain objective, if your squad collectively completes a Contract, everyone in the squad will be marked as have completed the Contract, and all names will be entered again in the raffle. Want those extra raffle spots? Work together!
Some events will have more than one Contract. With events that list two or more Contracts, only one Contract completion will be counted towards the raffle. This means members can earn up to two spots in the raffle per event (by attending an event and completing a Contract). To top things off....we are introducing 'Bonus Objectives', challenges that the hosts will keep secret until the time of the event. If you and your team complete the challenge, you will earn a bonus spot in the raffle. Please note not every event will have a bonus objective.
Every AJSA participant will be entered into the raffle. The more events you attend, the more times your name gets entered into the raffle. Every event will have one or more Contracts. These Contracts are challenges that members can voluntarily complete. If there is an event with two or more Contracts, only one completed Contract will be counted. Members can earn only up to two spots in the raffle per event (by attending an event and completing a Contract). However if you complete a Bonus Objective, your name will entered again. Majority of the Contracts will be squad based, meaning to complete a Contract it will have to be done in a collective fashion. Work with your squad to complete Contracts, not only earning an extra spot in the raffle for yourself but earning an extra spot for the rest of your team. The host, along with members of the Xbox One staff, will be keep track of all event attendance and will keep note of members completing Contracts. Raffle winners will be approached by the Xbox One Commander and then the winners will be announced publicly on November 26th. All the events will be recorded. Footage from each event will be compiled into an Anniversary Event Video for the AJSA Gaming YouTube Channel. Please submit footage to Rune if you wish to share clips from your recording/streams of the Anniversary events so you can be part of, and receive credit in, the Xbox One Anniversary montage video in late November/early December. --------------------
Anniversary Events - Xbox One [Nov. 12th to Nov. 18th]
Fortnite: Battle Royale - Anniversary Event - Mon. Nov. 12th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
We will be kicking off the AJSA 5th Year Anniversary Week on Xbox One with Fortnite: Battle Royale on Monday November 12th at 7:30pm EST! Fortnite: Battle Royale is free to play mode part of the regular 'Fornite' game that members can download from the Xbox store. Squad up with your friends from the community and take dozens of other squads to claim victory in this fun and intense battle royale shooter. Members of all skill levels are welcome to play!
Anniversary Event Summary:
Fortnite: Battle Royale is free to play title [Install Size: 14GB]
As an AJSA squad, place in the top 5 in one match. As an AJSA squad, place in the top 10 in two matches. As an AJSA squad, earn more than 15 total elminations in one match. Time: November 12th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
Gears of War 3 - Anniversary Event - Tues. Nov. 13th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
Moving onto the second day of the AJSA 5th Year Anniversary Week on Xbox One we are heading back to an Xbox 360 classic with Gears of War 3. Available through backward compatability, we will be playing the epic finale of the original trilogy of the Gears series. Gears of War 3 will mark the first time a Gears of War game has been featured during our Anniversary Week festivities. This will be a great/fun opportunity for members to relive old memories or experience this game for the first time. We'll be playing in modes such as Horde, Beast, and regular multiplayer, both online and custom.
Anniversary Event Summary:
Gears of War 3 is a backward compatible game. It is also free to play through Xbox Game Pass [Install Size: 8GB]
As an AJSA squad, complete 'Beast Mode. As an AJSA squad, complete all 50 waves of 'Horde Mode'. As an AJSA squad, compete in five online matches. Time: November 13th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
Sea of Thieves - Anniversary Event - Weds. Nov. 14th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
Ahoy, yer scurvy dogs! Set your sails, the pirates of the Angry Army are returning to Sea of Thieves this Wednesday night as part of the AJSA 5th Year Anniversary! Unleash your inner 'Angry' pirate, plot with your crew, and set course for hidden riches in this treacherous new world.
Anniversary Event Summary:
Sea of Thieves is free to play through the Xbox Game Pass [Install Size: 28.6GB]
As an AJSA pirate crew, complete a Devil's Roar quest. As an AJSA pirate crew, take down a Skeleton ship. Time: November 14th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
Halo: MCC - Anniversary Event - Thurs. Nov. 15th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
Halo: Master Chief Collection has come a long way since its launch in 2014. The Halo series itself holds a special place within the history of the Xbox One community within the AJSA. Our earliest record of organized Xbox activities comes from Halo 4 on the Xbox 360 before the Xbox One Division was even established. During the Anniversary Week we will take this opportunity to reflect on the past and celebrate the present with Halo: Master Chief Collection.
Anniversary Event Summary:
Halo: MCC is free to play through the Xbox Game Pass [Install Size: 73.4GB]
Score five goals in a Grifball match Capture 3 flags in 'Capture the Flag' Time: November 15th, 2018 @7:00pm EST (12:00am GMT)
COD: Black Ops 4 - Anniversary Event - Fri. Nov. 16th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
The future is....ANGRY! Kick off the Anniversary weekend with the latest and greatest in the Call of Duty: Black Ops series with Black Ops 4. This will mark the first time since 2014 that a Call of Duty game will be featured during our Anniversary Week festivities. We'll be playing a healthy mix of multiplayer, Blackout, and Zombies. Strap yourself in, this is going to be a wild ride.
Anniversary Event Summary:
As an AJSA squad, reach Wave 25 on the 'Voyage of Despair' in Zombies. As an AJSA squad, place top 10 in two 'Blackout' Duo or Squad Matches. Time: November 16th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
Overwatch - Anniversary Event - Sat. Nov. 17th, 2018 @7:00pm EST (12:00pm GMT)
Overwatch will keep the #AJSAGamingWeekend going strong on Xbox One during the Anniversary Week! Squad up with the 'Angry' Agents of Overwatch on Saturday for an awesome night of crazy fun and gaming. Overwatch has grown from humble beginnings to one of our most popular community titles on Xbox. This event will also serve as our event for the community AJSA Special Operation.
Anniversary Event Summary:
Win the 'Anniversary Brawl' free for all custom match Earn 20 eliminations or more in an online match As an AJSA squad, win five games online Time: November 17th, 2018 @7:00pm EST (12:00pm GMT)
Fallout 76 - Anniversary Event - Sun. Nov. 18th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
West Virgina....take me home....country roads! End the Anniversary Week in the Appalachia as the Angry Army invades the American north-east in Fallout 76. Roam the Wasteland together as we travel, build, and survive. Build bases, raid vaults, and take over settlements in this wild conclusion to the Anniversary Week.
Anniversary Event Summary:
As an AJSA group, build a base of operations. As an AJSA group, Raid a Vault or military installation As an AJSA group, find and eliminate the Mothman monster Time: November 18th, 2018 @7:30pm EST (12:30am GMT)
How Can I Join An Xbox One Anniversary Event? - For new members/first time event participants, I highly encourage you to add all the hosts as your friend on Xbox Live (Gamertags are listed for every host below). You can also join the AJSA Xbox Club and add hosts/members there. All event and game night parties are launched from the Club. Additionally, please review our Code of Conduct. To learn more about the AJSA Xbox One Division, check out our Community Information thread.
All Xbox Live 'Weekly Event' & 'Game Night' parties are open and participants can join freely without restriction. Communication is done primarily in the Xbox Live Party system. In case of emergency, we may use the AJSA Discord. We accept and make adjustments for people who are shy in large groups and/or for people who have no mics.
If by chance you do not have the host as a friend, please message the host for an invite to the game/party during the activity and then exchange friend requests upon entry to the party. Most, if not all, parties will be visible to all Xbox Club members. Look under "Looking for Group" at the start/during an event to view the event party and join up.
If you would like to give advance notice to the host that you would like to play, you are free to do so. Otherwise keep note of the activity start times and join the host's Xbox Live party to begin. If you have any questions, please contact me directly at "RuneX" on the forums or on Xbox Live.
RuneX liked a post in a topic by MasterfulJoe101 in Vault of Glass Raid Night [XBOX] - Nov. 9th, 2018
AJSA Xbox One - Destiny Raid Night - Vault of Glass
To observe and celebrate the 5th Year Anniversary of the AJSA Gaming Community, the 'Angry Guardians' are returning to the front lines once more to defeat an old foe. Together we will be entering the Vault of Glass with the goal of finding and eliminating Atheon, Time's Conflux to stop the Vex from taking over time as we know it. Our Raid Night and journey back into the Vault will begin at 7:30pm EST on Friday November 9th in this explosive trip down memory lane.
Early attendance is encouraged as space in each raid group is limited. Please note that Raid groups are limited to six players. None of the Destiny Expansions are required to participate and no particular Light Level is required to do the raid. There will also be a sign up post in the AJSA Club for those who wish to register in advance. Please look under the 'Multiplayer' section of the Club to find it.
The Vault of Glass Raid difficulty will be set to ‘Normal’. This will ensure a relaxed and fun Raid experience. Coordination will still be important and participants must be ready to listen to instructions by the hosts in attempting to complete the Raid. We expect the Raid to take up to at least 60 to 90 minutes to complete.
Universal Time Coordinated
12:30 AM UTC
North America Times
7:30 PM ET
6:30 PM CT
5:30 PM MT
4:30 PM PT
United Kingdom/Ireland Times
12:30 AM GMT
Host: MasterfulJoe [Gamertag: MasterfulJoe101]