Friday, April 29, 2016

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

This is wild.

We're living in a time where we can watch live footage of a Space Station. 
What a time to be alive. 

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The Killing Joke


Outlast 2 gameplay.


Pokemon Go Gameplay

I never really played a Pokemon game until this year. (Don't judge me) I actually had fun even though it was dated. This shit right here?!? Looks like pure flames. 


Pristine Servers.

Over the last few weeks, a popular World of Warcraft private server named "Nostralus" was shut down. It was a server that restored World of Warcraft back to it's "Vanilla" days. Basically, making the game how it was when it launched in 2004. There were 150,000 active accounts and 800,000 unique accounts made.

When it shut down, people were upset. So they got together and made their voices heard. After 230,000 signed petitions, support from various WoW Twitch streamers and thousands of angry emails, Blizzard finally responded. Wall of text ahead.

We wanted to let you know that we’ve been closely following the Nostalrius discussion and we appreciate your constructive thoughts and suggestions.
Our silence on this subject definitely doesn’t reflect our level of engagement and passion around this topic. We hear you. Many of us across Blizzard and the WoW Dev team have been passionate players ever since classic WoW. In fact, I personally work at Blizzard because of my love for classic WoW.
We have been discussing classic servers for years - it’s a topic every BlizzCon - and especially over the past few weeks. From active internal team discussions to after-hours meetings with leadership, this subject has been highly debated. Some of our current thoughts:
Why not just let Nostalrius continue the way it was? The honest answer is, failure to protect against intellectual property infringement would damage Blizzard’s rights. This applies to anything that uses WoW’s IP, including unofficial servers. And while we’ve looked into the possibility – there is not a clear legal path to protect Blizzard’s IP and grant an operating license to a pirate server.
We explored options for developing classic servers and none could be executed without great difficulty. If we could push a button and all of this would be created, we would. However, there are tremendous operational challenges to integrating classic servers, not to mention the ongoing support of multiple live versions for every aspect of WoW.
So what can we do to capture that nostalgia of when WoW first launched? Over the years we have talked about a “pristine realm”. In essence that would turn off all leveling acceleration including character transfers, heirloom gear, character boosts, Recruit-A-Friend bonuses, WoW Token, and access to cross realm zones, as well as group finder. We aren’t sure whether this version of a clean slate is something that would appeal to the community and it’s still an open topic of discussion.
One other note - we’ve recently been in contact with some of the folks who operated Nostalrius. They obviously care deeply about the game, and we look forward to more conversations with them in the coming weeks.
You, the Blizzard community, are the most dedicated, passionate players out there. We thank you for your constructive thoughts and suggestions. We are listening.
J. Allen Brack

"Pristine Servers"

Now, its dope to see that they actually responded. What isn't dope? That they still don't understand what the purpose of those Vanilla servers were for. Insterad they give us this vague "Pristine Server" crap. The people who were on Nostralus wanted the good and bad from Vanilla. Even Mark Kern made a video:

There isn't anything i can say about this situation that hasn't been said already. I'm just here to see what happens. The ball is in blizzards court now. 

Dj Fresh x3

Nikelab Transform Jacket.

Botchamania 305

Easily one of the best youtube series for pro wrestling. 

Shadow Warrior 2

Just give me a dope ass, bloody first person game and i'm happy.