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11:39 PM on 12.21.2010



please fap this post and at home thank you for all your support   read

3:43 PM on 12.08.2010

masturbate to video game girls getting hurt



are you hard yet

if so subscribe you piece of shit   read

11:23 AM on 10.05.2010

SSF4 - Employment MADNESS

I decide to dedicate a whole show (this is pt1 of 15) to the joys of having a job, and choose only SF characters that have a job.   read

10:00 PM on 09.27.2010

SSFIV - i play video games and snort cocaine

watch me play video games on my drug addiction



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3:28 PM on 09.23.2010

halo reach griefing videos

i dont know why but people seem to really enjoy me snorting cocaine before a match and screaming at people for a quarter of an hour

im just upset i cant play street fighter until i get my fucking stick back




fuck you   read

2:47 PM on 08.23.2010

I do Mirror's Edge IRL

It isn't exactly how I planned this video to go, the beginning of the video was according to plan, and then whoops!! But hey take lemons and make lemonade. Hope you guys enjoy!!   read

7:21 PM on 06.30.2010

Endwar Teamkilling: Americans are Gay

A wonderful window into the small dedicated fanbase of Tom Clancy's Endwar! Hope you all enjoy. :)   read

12:42 AM on 06.22.2010

I interview a hot cosplayer girl, Ikuy (HAMZA LOOK!!)

girls on the internet make me nervous, enjoy!!

Ikuy's Cosplay Profile:   read

12:39 PM on 05.20.2010

Teamkilling in Battlefield Bad Company 2

I was just testing out my new capture card and decided to share some footage with the world.


Just in time for Christmas-- just give up on this year and start making resolutions for the next.   read

12:44 PM on 03.15.2010

[Mega Man Minute] Mr. Perfect Trophy/Achievement Cheat for Mega Man 10

Mr. Perfect is a trophy/achievement for going through Mega Man 10 without taking any damage at all.

The FIRST in a series for a dumb little homage of The Halo Minute. Mega-cool.

Also I did a serious review on Mega Man 10, here's a snippet!
"You'll be on a crazy highway avoiding speeding trucks while shooting down flying Metools. You'll even shoot down enemies while weathering full-screen sandstorms pushing you into an endless pit. The amount of stage action Capcom managed to put into an 8-bit game is extraordinary."

Link:   read

5:39 PM on 12.21.2009


hey everyone i'm finally back after my god knows how long break with new friends and fun!!

so here's a local PRO-GAMER tournament for modern warfare 2 on the console. if that doesn't sound bad enough then jesus christ

anyway, i hope you enjoy as you're watching (subs are cool please sub), and when you're done, check out the hate mail i got from someone at the tournament who wants to "fuck my shit"

i've got a lot of videos coming up soon like "the fattest loser" where its a competition of who can suck more pancake batter through a straw and some regular griefing faggotry videos, so please let me know if there's anything special you all want

also does anyone here play sfiv i love sfiv

THANK YOU!!   read

4:37 PM on 10.23.2009

Review: Tower Bloxx Deluxe (XBLA)

Tower Bloxx Deluxe
800 MSP ($10)
Xbox Live Arcade

Simplicity is one of the most underestimated tools in video games nowdays. With games such as Mega Man, Ikaruga and Contra, it's impossible to deny this claim. However, with Digital Chocolate's newest game, Tower Bloxx Deluxe, you can't get much simpler from this with only a singular button to play the game.

Tower Bloxx Deluxe was originally a free flash game you can find anywhere on the internet, however the actual gameplay mechanics are different enough (swaying, graphics, fluidity) to warrant a re-release of the single player.

To play this game, you're only required to tap A. Your job is to build the biggest tower possible out of building blocks you stack on top of each other. The crane sways with your next block hovering above your rapidly swaying tower (though the tower never falls no matter how crudely you build it) and it's up to you to tap A to drop the piece right on top of the tower. Dropping at the wrong time will cause your piece to topple, and depending on what game mode you're playing will spell a game over for you.

Needless to say, this game is made for the casual crowd, but to write it off as vanilla or boring is a mistake. I've personally spent constant hours trying to top the leaderboards and with certain emotions I thought would never reveal itself from such a simple task. As I was getting higher and higher, I could feel a lot of pressure, strangely a side-effect of video gaming I barely felt before. As if this game was some sort of mental strain training, I found through multiple occassions having to rely on my ability to concentrate with an extremely accurate set of rhythms in order to do well. I spent from what I thought was mere minutes to the entire day playing a game as simple as "the A button."

"You take the game too seriously," That is what you're probably saying, but I insist on the reader trying the trial (somewhat short, sadly) in order to understand the large dose of addiction packed in such a tiny game. To stack a block perfectly on top of another gives you an adrenaline boost similar to a FPS where you mow down a whole room of people who have their guns already trained on you. It's pretty freaking intense.

There are six different game modes, quick play which gives you three lives to make the biggest tower possible. Time Attack, which gives you a certain amount of time to build the highest tower. Build City, which is a campaign where you have to plan and plot out where you're going to build everything. The next three modes are multiplayer modes, which are VS Time Attack, Battle and Co-Op. VS Time Attack works similarly to the single player, Battle will randomly have drop items that can harm your or others towers and Co-Op will let you two people build and poke one tower to make it more stable.

Co-Op is by far my favorite mode-- it feels much more casual but it's definitely a fun, simple way to pass your time. However, I'm unable to play as much as I'd like to, as Multiplayer doesn't support Xbox Live play, which is a shame and quite a blunder with the longevity this game could have had.

Also, pricing may be a problem with this game. Priced at 800 MSP ($10) it's hard to justify such a simple game without live support for that price, other from the fact that I've spent a lot more time on this game than many other XBLA games.

However, with pricing and lack of Live put aside, I still love to play it and can see myself playing it casually for the weeks and even months to come. The game is solid and works exactly how it should, with the big bonus of crazed addiction in its veins. I absolutely have to recommend the trial if anything.


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