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  1. Hey all, I have been playing fallout 76. I am looking for other people that maybe playing it as well. Its been quite lonely in the West Virginia wasteland. So please let me know if your like me and wanting to play with a group of people.
  2. we have a huge dojo with all reasergh finished..its 3 floors, we have an emblem with angry army symbol .. if you want to join us put your ing name hear.
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    Join the Angry Army this weekend in observance of Overwatch’s Two Year Anniversary! Celebrate across the community in this ‘Special Operation’ that will span two days as we gather to play together and recognize a game that has provided countless hours of fun, adventure, and awesome memories to our members over these past two years. Overwatch holds a unique place within our community and we’re excited to rally together across PC and console this weekend to commemorate their Two Year Anniversary. Full event details (start times, hosts, etc) for PC/PlayStation 4/Xbox One respectively are listed below. Additionally, Overwatch will be FREE TO PLAY for the weekend of May 25th-28th across all platforms; PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Never played before? Experience the game with the AJSA for the first time! To learn more and how to download Overwatch FREE for the weekend and join this Special Operation, click on the link provided: https://playoverwatch.com/en-us/blog/21779230 ---- Special Operation - Event Information ---- PC Division - Expeditionary Force Host: Jayson's Rage Date: Saturday May 26th, 2018 Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 5:00 PM ET 4:00 PM CT 3:00 PM MT 2:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 10:00 PM GMT How To Participate: The PC event for Overwatch will be held in the AJSA Discord. Hop in the ‘EF Room’ voice chat in the ‘Play Games Together’ channel to start playing. Here is an invite to our Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/0iHbkwYao3Pl1zdj --- Playstation 4 Division - Game Nights Hosts: WITHASTICK, ASObluerose Date: Friday May 25th, 2018 Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 11:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT How To Participate: Reply below with the Abbreviation you see above and include your PSN ID (You’ll be added to our Attendance List). Look for and remember your Game Nights Start Time for your region/country above. Remember who the Host/Hosts are. On the day and start time of Game Nights keep an eye out for an invite from the Host/Hosts (either an In-Game invite and/or a Party Chat Invite) --- Xbox One Division - Weekly Events Hosts: WookieJedi, Rune Date: Saturday May 26th, 2018 Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 12:00 AM UTC North America Times 7:00 PM ET 6:00 PM CT 5:00 PM MT 4:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 12:00 AM GMT How To Participate: For new members/first time event participants, we highly encourage you to add to the host as your friend on Xbox Live (Gamertag listed above). All event parties are launched from the AJSA Xbox Club so if you’re a member of the Club, you can join without a direct party invite. Communication during events are done primarily in the Xbox Live Party system. In case of emergency, we will use the AJSA Discord Channel. We accept and make adjustments for people who are shy in large groups and/or for people who have no mics. 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 event start times and join the host's Xbox Live party to simply begin playing/get placed in a squad. ---- Additional Information ---- Code of Conduct: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/38795-ajsa-code-of-conduct/ PC: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/176-pc-gaming/ PS4: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/31-playstation-4-vita/ Xbox One: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/32-xbox-one/ AJSA Discord Invite Link: https://discordapp.com/invite/0iHbkwYao3Pl1zdj AJSA Gaming Events Calendar: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/calendar/
  4. My Dragonball Xenoverse review
  5. I`m looking to try a new game on my PC.
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    Hi I have build my PC and I am looking people to play with. I love playing overwatch but I hate to play with randoms ( if you know what i mean ). If you platying alone or looking some crazy people to play pls answer below. thank you angry army
  7. The evolution of Eve online's fps shooter from the PS3 era has just opened up its signup page for news/keys. Now, home on the PC they are attempting to do it all right from the ground up. since the FPS market is kinda dry with failed sequels and small player games this maybe something to check out. www.ccpgames.com/projectnova i have played the crap out of its predecessor Dust514 and look forward to its newer version without the console limitations.
  8. Hey everyone, I've just picked up a new laptop (Lenovo y720) and wanted to get some recommendations for games that i should play. Haven't really bought any pc games since 2016, so i have no idea about what is out there in the market. Do let me know what your favorite games are currently. Thank you and happy gaming. chocokaran67
  9. Recommend me some! I started playing D&D Neverwinter but its kinda boring.
  10. We want your opinion on what the best PC Games of 2017 were! Using a list of nominated games taken from a cross section of the AJSA, it's up to you to rank them for the final list!! Start the survey here: https://goo.gl/forms/7H8PYFi15uE9GAXN2
  11. Hey everyone! I'm very new to this site! I just signed up now. I have been trying to reach Joe Vargas for a while now, via twitter, instagram, and exc. I am in the progress of making a 2D Fighting Game. It's a fan project using FM2nd. The idea of the game is to feature several YouTubers duking it out in a fun, fast paced, style. I've been working on it for the latter half of this year, and am slowly progressing. I was hoping to get in contact with the AngryJoeShow to see if I could represent them in the game via a character. The character would be Joe, and have references to different episodes of the show. On twitter I have posted a quick snipit of gameplay, which is still a work in progress. I'm also looking to include the AVGN as well as the Nostalgia Critic. I believe all three of these YouTubers have helped shape the way the platform has grown, and it would be great if I could represent them all in some way. I currently have a few other YouTubers joining the fold as well, that I have already received permission from. If anyone could help send me in his direction, to see if I can get approval, please let me know! Thanks everyone for your time!
  12. Rocket League - Special Operation

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    Front Page Article: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/home/articles/frontpage/angry-army-special-operations-rocket-league-1222017-r1005/ Join the Angry Army across PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One this Saturday night December 2nd at 6pm EST for a special AJSA 4th Year Anniversary Event on Rocket League! Come together as we close out our Anniversary season playing a game that has such an important and storied place in our history as a community. Keeping in tune with the fellowship and unity that the Anniversary season brings, this event will include cross-play matches between console and PC! We hope you can join us for a night of fun and good gaming. ---- Event Information ---- PC Division - Expeditionary Force Host: Jayson's Rage Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT How To Participate: This event will take place in the Official AJSA Discord Server, and participants are asked to join the ‘Expeditionary Force’ voice channel. If you’re not yet a member of the Official AJSA Discord Server, click on this link to join: https://discordapp.com/invite/0iHbkwYao3Pl1zdj --- Playstation 4 Division - Game Nights Hosts: WITHASTICK, DoctorPainMD, and Syrupywolf Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT How To Participate: Make sure you’re apart of the AJSA’s PlayStation 4 Community Page. Click here to learn more about Community Pages. Each host will create an Event for Game Nights on the PlayStation 4 through the Community Page. Accept and join one of the host created Game Nights Events. Please DO NOT join more than one of the host created Events. Look for and remember Game Nights date and start time for your region/country below. On the day and start time of Game Nights the Event feature will auto-create a party chat and auto-invite everyone who signed-up to it. --- Xbox One Division - Weekly Events Hosts: AJSAWookieJedi, StraightUpMelon & RuneX Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT How To Participate: It is encouraged you add the hosts to your friends list on Xbox Live. During the event, please join the ‘Official AJSA Xbox One Community’ Xbox Live Party that the host creates from the AJSA Xbox Club (learn how to join the Club here). If the party is full, or on invite only, please contact a host for an invite. Room will be made for every member who wishes to participate. If need be, 'Squad Leaders' will be designated by the host to accommodate all participants. 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 event start times and join the AJSA Xbox Live party to begin. If you have any questions, please contact the hosts directly at their Gamertags on Xbox Live or on the forums. ---- Additional Information ---- Code of Conduct: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/38795-ajsa-code-of-conduct/ New Members Guide: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/38814-new-members-guide-and-contacts/ PC: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/176-pc-gaming/ PS4: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/31-playstation-4-vita/ Xbox One: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/32-xbox-one/ AJSA Discord Invite Link: https://discordapp.com/invite/0iHbkwYao3Pl1zdj AJSA Gaming Events Calendar: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/calendar/
  13. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Review – Written by Jose Vega Purchased product for the sake of review. Marvel & Capcom… they are two different companies that have one thing in common: a franchise where many of their franchise’s best duke it out against each other. In 2011, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was released. Though it had a pretty positive reception, it wasn’t enough and the series would enter hibernation. Marvel was under the grip of Disney and before long, Disney would get involved making games of their own, only to call it quits after Disney Infinity bit the dust. Five years later, it was announced that Marvel and Capcom would be back at it again with a new entry into the Versus series. The game in question was Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. Now that it has been released, does this game hold up to the hype? The plot for Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite involves Ultron Sigma using the Reality and Space Stones to merge the worlds of Marvel and Capcom together. This creates a world where he is ruler but a legion of heroes from both Marvel and Capcom worlds unite to not only defeat Ultron Sigma but also find a way to undo and restore their respective worlds. Many previous entries didn’t have much of a plot but this is the first time in the series where the plot takes precedence. Sadly I feel that it isn’t as interesting. Capcom had hyped the game’s story as being the main focal point. All it did sadly was only damage the overall presentation, especially when the demo was released a few months back. Compared to the final version it isn’t as much helpful and though it did improve when it came to the character models, having something that wasn’t as good in the beginning only serves to hurt the game, not help it. If anyone likes the story, more power to them. However I believe that a story had to be made in response to Netherealm’s games like Mortal Kombat and Injustice having story modes that provide a lot. Gameplay has always been the Versus series’ strong point and this is no exception. Going back to basics, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is a 2-on-2 fighting game where you choose two characters and then duke it out either with the computer or online against other players. It also is a 4-button fighter with 2 punches & 2 kicks respectively, similar to Marvel vs. Capcom 2. One noticeable feature is the Infinity Stones, brought back from Marvel Super Heroes. They provide a nifty addition by adding an advantage that can change how your team handles the battlefield. By pressing either the left or both shoulder buttons, you can activate an Infinity Surge for a quick effect or go full throttle with an Infinity Storm after filling up your Infinite meter. This adds a lot of variety to the game, as each of the six Infinity Stones offers different effects. You have a choice of up to 30 different characters to choose from. More than half of the cast is from the previous game and unfortunately it hurts the overall game. You have new characters such as Mega Man X, Jedah, Gamora, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) and some that are coming down the line as DLC but I feel pretty disappointed that the roster is lackluster. Simply lackluster. The game does offer a lot and compared to Street Fighter V, at least that’s better than having a barebones product. You have your traditional arcade and versus modes but there’s also Story. Story Mode will take you probably 2-3 hours to complete, more if players plan to do it in a higher difficulty. Mission Mode is back from Marvel 3 and it offers players a set of challenges they need to complete with each character. Online mode is also included with ranked and player matches. Players can also set up lobbied where up to eight players can play against each other. Interestingly, up to four games can happen in a lobby at once. It’s pretty cool. Compared to SFV, this game really offers a lot for your money’s worth and if you have friends then you’ll have a fun time. Also the game has an Easy Combo System that you can thankfully turn off in the options menu. It’s a neat addition for newcomers to get into the game without having to worry about anything complex. It also applies for Easy Hyper Combos as well, which like I mentioned can be turned off. Though it has many positives, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite has many things that hurt the game. The presentation isn’t that great. Character models may look good but most of the time, they feel off. Compared to the demo where they looked real hideous in some cases, I am happy that Capcom took the liberty to improve on the models after much feedback. The story isn’t as great and can sometimes be real jarring. Since story had been focused on a lot, it also means there are no arcade endings. A bummer. Music is also a bit forgetful. Many of the tracks don’t seem to hook you compared to previous titles and though the game uses techno, it doesn’t click. I mentioned that the roster was lackluster. Several well-known characters such as Wolverine, Magneto and others aren’t in the game. This is mostly due to legal stuff behind the scenes between Marvel/Disney and Fox over the film rights. It’s upsetting that they aren’t in and I can understand why but on the other hand, all of this is just one big advertisement for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Another big nitpick is DLC and it seems Capcom hasn’t learned their lesson from Street Fighter V. Unlike SFV, this issue is minor at best. There is DLC in the game and it comprises of six new characters as well as some alternate costumes. A season pass for this can be purchased but I feel that their business model will only do more harm than good for the overall game. Made no better that the game has a $90 deluxe edition and a $200 collector’s edition that is outright poor. It didn’t help that the game had pretty poor PR especially with Peter “Combofiend” Ross as well as Pete Rosas and Michael Evans saying stuff like characters are functions or saying that there’s no X-Men because fans don’t remember them. It’s poor PR on not just Capcom’s part but also Marvel and Disney. No wonder the game had controversy from the get-go. Overall, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite isn’t a bad game. It truthfully isn’t. The game has really good gameplay, addicting if you put the time and effort into it. However great gameplay doesn't equal a great game if the overall presentation is lackluster. A poor roster of familiar faces with little new appearances, a story that doesn’t seem to grip you in, questionable choices behind the scenes and you get a recipe for disaster. Should you buy this game at full price? Absolutely not. Wait for a price drop or better yet, wait till Capcom releases a complete edition for this. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite may be a game that would get the series out of hibernation but it’s not the game we’re looking for. I give Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite a 5 out of 10. You want a fighting game that feels like Marvel vs. Capcom but plays well? Wait for Dragon Ball Fighter Z.
  14. Welcome Summoners! My name in Ace im here to present the brand new event this Saturday hosted by me for the most popular played game on the PC Gaming circuit League of Legends. Join me as we have some fun in some ARAM fun as we play 1 Champion against his/herself or depending on circumstances make some teams and raid the rift with AJSA banner. So garb them wards, earn that gold and always remember...............fuck teemo Event will be held Aug 26th 2017 this saturday at 6pm EST/ 11 pm GMT on the discord server See ya in Summoners rift!
  15. review

    Sonic Mania Review – Written by Jose Vega Product provided for this review by SEGA. Special thanks to them. For more than 25 years, Sonic the Hedgehog has been one of SEGA’s flagship franchises. It had humble beginnings during the 90s console wars between the Genesis and SNES but after SEGA went 3rd party, the journey got a bit shaky. 2006 would be the year Sonic would enter a dark age with many of their titles getting mixed to negative receptions. Things would pick up in the following years, despite some flops, and last year SEGA announced that Sonic would return with 2 more titles. One of them, Sonic Mania has been hyped for some time. Does the hype pay off? Sonic Mania takes place after the events of Sonic 3 & Knuckles. The plot centers on Sonic & Tails returning to Angel Island, learning that a strange energy source was sighted there. Unfortunately, a legion of Eggman’s robots has got there first, getting their hands on the Phantom Ruby. However, it whisks Sonic, Tails, Knuckles (unexpectedly) and the Egg Robots to a familiar locale. Seeing the danger & the evolved Hard-Boiled Heavies off with the jewel, Sonic along with Tails and Knuckles must team up to prevent the Phantom Ruby from falling into Eggman’s hands. It’s simple Sonic storytelling. Eggman enacts another of his world domination plans and it’s up to Sonic and his friends to stop them. Surprisingly he’s not the only threat they have to deal with. Eggman’s personal squad, the Hard-Boiled Heavies are also involved. This makes things a bit intense but what do you expect in a Sonic game. I have no complaints with it honestly. Sonic Mania brings Sonic back to its 2D side scrolling roots and it’s one that works, taking inspiration from the 16-bit Sonic games that made Sonic what he is today. If you’ve played many of the old school Sonic games, you will feel right at home here. You have three playable characters: Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles. All of them play the same but with a few differences. They can jump, run, spin dash, etc. You get the idea. Sonic has a peel out move that lets him be on the move quickly. Tails can fly to avoid enemies and find hidden secrets and Knuckles can glide, climb walls, has a jump that isn’t as high & can access areas that Sonic and Tails can’t go through normally. You will need their strengths to conquer the game’s 12 zones. As far as length, you can beat the game in just a couple of hours and with three playable characters, it adds a lot in terms of replay value. There’s also Time Attack where you can race to get the fastest time and Competition where you and a friend can go head to head offline to see who can reach the end of a stage first. It’s great. There are 12 zones in this game, each with two acts. More than half of the zones are classic levels from previous Sonic games but they’re given a revamp when it comes to level design. The rest are brand new to the game and offer so much to the experience. What’s interesting is that each level offers many paths for the player to come from. It’s still simple enough going from start to finish but how you go about it depends on the player. Sometimes there are secrets you can find such as item boxes or giant rings. Like the classic games, there are bonus stages and by hitting checkpoints or finding giant rings, you get access to them. Checkpoint bonus stages are of the Blue Spheres from Sonic 3 & Knuckles and completing them net you medallions and they’re used to unlock various secrets. The Giant Ring bonus stages have you chasing after a UFO that carries a Chaos Emerald. Your skills will be tested, as you must collect blue spheres to increase your speed and rings to extend your time. Beating them will be a challenge but worth it in order to get the Chaos Emerald. There are 7 of these and they get harder as you progress. At the end of each act, there is a boss. Many pay nods to previous Sonic bosses. If anything SEGA really puts a lot of heart when it comes to the game and it shows. It also helps that Sonic Mania has a truly stellar presentation. The graphics are just what you expect for a retro 16-bit game and they did a job keeping it faithful to them. All of the levels offer something different and they are vibrant, full of colors and if you look hard enough, there are many nods and references to various SEGA related stuff. Sprites are detailed and authentic as well. They’re also expressive. Controls are very precise. Perfect would be too appropriate of a word to describe how good the game plays. I mean it. It’s perfect and easy to pick up and play. Whitehead Productions should be praised for giving us a Sonic game that feels like the old school games but in a new environment. I only hope SEGA can get him involved in a possible Mania sequel. Although I want to praise the game for its presentation, what really nailed it in for me was the music. Tee Lopes went in and delivered a soundtrack that is godly. I kid you not. All of the music in the game is amazing to listen to. Whether it’s remixed versions of Green Hill & Flying Battery or songs from the new stages like Studiopolis and Mirage Saloon, this game has it all. A game that has a stellar presentation, topped with a superb soundtrack. What more needs to be said? I do have one minor issue with the game and it can be quite a challenge. The game feels like the old school Sonic games and new players who may experience this can find it to be one that requires them to get good. The difficulty is a bit balanced but there will be some moments of unfairness. It shouldn’t dissuade anyone though. Sonic Mania has a lot of content and high replay value that anyone can be able to enjoy no matter what. But yes, it is challenging but there’s a good amount of reward for those looking to complete everything. It’s surprising how fans of the Sonic franchise were given the go ahead by SEGA to produce a game that’s not only fun but serves as a love letter to the Sonic franchise, it’s fans and SEGA as a whole. Sonic Mania is a special kind of game. Being at around $20 is enough to convince anyone that it’s worth a definite buy. Everything about the game whether it be its presentation, controls, music, etc. delivers on all fronts. Sure it can be a challenge for those that have little idea but it shouldn’t dissuade anyone otherwise. If you haven’t played a Sonic game or if you feel you want something that reminds you of the good old days, Sonic Mania is THE game. The blue blur isn’t going anywhere and this game proves that he’ll be around speeding through for many years to come. I give Sonic Mania a 9 out of 10. I want to make it a perfect 10 but I feel this rating is more than enough.
  16. I play quite a lot of Smite on the PC, and was wondering if there was actually an AJSA clan for it or not. I tried searching, but I don't think i quite found the right ones. If there is no such clan, then would y'all be interested in joining if I made one? Would love to hear back on this. Peace!!
  17. Hiya, I would like to introduce myself, I'm Shikigami, but I go by Shiki for short. I play on my Xbox One and PC, I love hosing mini open lobbies on Siege or CoD while I stream so I can interact with everyone who wants to play & follows my socials to show support
  18. Just got my XB1 code, any one on console or PC ready to play this? Please let me know, this is important to me. This PC Xbox cross plat game is a great opportunity for us, but I need to know who is willing to support it.
  19. Hey guys, i'm new here and I'm glad to be with the AJSA! I mostly play on the PS4 and PC, and i'm very into MMO's as well as milsim games. Glad to be a part of this community! (**EDIT** sorry for the double post, I didn't think it posted the first time I submitted it)
  20. prey

    Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis. Today I give you the review for Prey. This is a title similar to System Shock, Bioshock, Dishonored and a little bit of Prop Hunt. For this review I played the game on Playstation 4. Had a number of bugs and really felt torn by this title. Have a look at the review and let me know your thoughts on the game!
  21. Hey so I joined and I ended up in the "Xbox Division" but I play on PC. Does that matter, and if it does, how do I change that setting? Thanks.
  22. Ive recently started getting into strategy games on my pc and my ps4 but ive yet to find any that "click" with me. Does anyone have any suggestions for me??
  23. Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis. Tonight I give you the review of Snake Pass. A 3D platformer with a unique twist on the genre. Let me know your thoughts on the game and whether we have a resurgence of 3D platformers on our hand?
  24. Hey, North "SCARMaster" here, To all who read this, is anyone kinda noticing that games like Battlefield are starting to get their previous entries ignored? Even when they are in this generation. I mean, I would love to see us go into BF4 and dominate a server together. Would anyone like to do that? At least anyone in the PS4 division? Sincerely Yours, North "SCARMaster"
  25. 2dark

    Hey guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis. Tonight I give you the review to 2Dark. An indie title from the creator of Alone in the Dark. This is a mature horror game that will easily kill you if you aren't being cautious. I need to stress the content of this game as it deals with themes revolving around child abduction, abuse, and cannibalism. Otherwise let me know your thoughts on the game and why the themes found in 2Dark tend to be avoided by publishers and studios alike!