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  1. Some interesting ideas @Theadman2315
  2. I will be in Bolivia for sure. Pre-ordered and ready to roll.
  3. This looks really good. May have to get this one ASAP.
  4. A couple of weeks ago we announced the Versus Evil Charity Tournament HERE to our community. The tournament included four different charities that would have streamers that support them, raising money to support their mission. Operation Supply Drop opened up the competition with four Veterans and four 8-Bit Salute Task Force members battling it out. Below you can see where we sit as of today with the final match coming soon to determine who is going to PAX East to represent Operation Supply Drop and our chance to win an additional $10,000 donation from Versus Evil Along wit the $10,000 that the charity could get from the event, our streamers have been working extra hard to get donations during the tournament. As you can see below, the team thus far has raised $3,642. With one more match to go, we expect to hit our $5,000 recommended donation line soon. Thank you to everyone who has donated so far! We hope to see you all soon as ShinjiTV (Vet) vs Brialeigh (Civilian) battle it out to see who is attending PAX East and Operation Supply Drop. As an added bonus, a reward has been added to those that donate which is the AntiHero "The Master Thief DLC"! Quick details below: "Get your very own Ollie to help commemorate the inaugural Versus Evil Charity Clash! For donations at $15 and above, you will be given a special DLC code with this character, just like you see in the Charity Clash semi-finals and finals. You’ll have exclusive early access to this extra DLC Master Thief. *DLC Code will delivered at a later date*" To support Operation Supply Drop simply click THIS LINK or click the image below and donate at least $15 to get The Master Thief DLC when it drops.
  5. #clickbait is real in this one
  6. I said the same thing, then I posted it. lol
  7. All time grinding favorite.
  8. A Reddit leak has popped up revealing a batch of new info on the upcoming Destiny sequel or has it? Here are some interesting highlights from the post: It will be called Destiny 2: Forge of Hope The story will focus on the Cabal race. They attack the city and players will need to take it back. The game will be built on a new engine that is built to handle frequent updates and faster load times. Sadly this means that players will not be able to transfer their old characters. On the plus side the sequel will offer more robust character customization options. Expected release date to be sometime between November 4th to 18th. Will be out for PS4 (Pro), Xbox One (Scorpio), and PC (finally!). Expect to see more details emerge closer to E3. Do you think this leak is real and what are you hoping the new Destiny title contains?
  9. Yeah, was thinking the same thing yesterday. It may or may not be fun. Will know later today.
  10. With the second season of content for the firmly established tactical shooter announced not so long ago, it seems the team over at Ubisoft Montreal have been hard at work yet again, as today marks the arrival of the latest DLC content for Rainbow Six Siege, Operation Velvet Shell. This is the fifth expansion to be released for the game and much like the previous expansions, Operation Velvet Shell throws two new operators from the Spanish GEO Counter Terrorism Unit, Jackal and Mira into the mix, as well as a new map, Coastline. Mira has proven her strength and endurance in tactical situations, but her best asset is her technical expertise. Her specialty is creating Black Mirrors, nearly indestructible horizontal one-way windows that can be punched into barricades or destructible walls. Combined with the Vector 45 ACP and ITA12L as her primary weapons, enemies can rapidly go from “spotted” to “dead.” Jackal has developed his expertise in tracking down High Value Targets and intercepting narcotics shipments with the G.E.O.s. Equipped with the C7E and PDW9 as primary weapons, Jackal can also activate his Eyenox Model III headset to track enemy footprints. The more recent the prints, the “hotter” they’ll appear in Jackal’s view, so if you see bright red bootprints, there’s likely an enemy nearby! As was the case with previous expansions, all content in Operation Velvet Shell will be free to all players, however those hoping to get their hands on the content from today will need to have bought the Year Two Season Pass to ensure the one week early access. For those without the Season 2 Season Pass, Operation Velvet Shell will be available to everyone on February 14th. Haven’t jumped in yet with the tactical shooter? Fear not, all previously released content is available to everyone and if you not sure whether Rainbow Six Siege is for you or not, our review should help clear things up for you. See you in the field. Original Article
  11. BALTIMORE, MD – January 26th, 2017 – Versus Evil, an indie game publishing company, is hosting their first ever Versus Evil Charity Clash (#charityclash) event. Teaming up with four different charities, Gamechanger Charity, 8-Bit Salute | Operation Supply Drop, Save the Children and St Jude's PLAY LIVE, the Versus Evil event will see several different Twitch Streamers representing each charity battling it out to win the $10,000 grand prize donation. During this time they will also be raising money during each livestreamed heat for their specific charity. Streamers will be competing in Antihero, Tim Conkling’s turn-based single and multiplayer strategy game about running a thieves' guild (available in First Access at https://versusevil.itch.io/antihero), and will attempt to outsmart and outmaneuver their opponents to become the top master thief in Victorian England. The Charity Clash livestreamed heats, which will take the form of a bracket-style tournament, will take place between now and PAX East (10-12th March), where the finalists will play each other to win the $10,000 donation. During this time, streamers will also be encouraging their fans to donate to the charity they are representing and, as an incentive, fans can also buy the Antihero charity shirt of their favorite streamer’s charity; a portion of shirt proceeds will go directly to charity. Details will be displayed on the charity web page Antihero.tiltify.com The charity team that raises the most money will also win an Alienware Alpha PC, which will be given away to one lucky winner from their own communities. “We’re hoping that this inaugural Versus Evil Charity Clash will be fun for everyone involved and that we can make this a yearly tradition,” commented founder and General Manager of Versus Evil, Steve Escalante. “We’ve always wanted to give back to a worthwhile cause and now’s the perfect time. We hope the gaming community will come together to support their streamers and help raise money for these important causes.” 8-Bit Salute | Operation Supply Drop Streamers include: BriaLeigh Echoics AustenMarie RivalCastMedia ShinjiTV Thantophobia Spaito Gaming OneGunSalute
  12. Interesting looking game. For only $6.99 it does not look like it is too expensive and may be a perfect game to try out when you have some time.
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    Hey is there any additional details we need to watch on rabb.it? or just go there and we will see you @itsTripp
  14. We learned today that Path of Exile is coming to XBOX one in 2017. This has to be great news to fans of the series. In a release today, Grinding Gear Games announced the following: "Grinding Gear Games announced today that their hit online ARPG, Path of Exile, will be coming exclusively to Xbox One in 2017. The Xbox One version of Path of Exile will contain all five previous expansions and the new content that will be launching for the PC version this year in the upcoming giant 3.0.0 expansion, including the long-awaited Act V. Here is a nice trailer for you as well below!" About Path of Exile Path of Exile is an online Action RPG set in the dark fantasy world of Wraeclast. It is designed around a strong online item economy, deep character customization, and unlimited replayability. Path of Exile is completely free and does not sell items or consumables that provide competitive advantage over other players. Since release in 2013, it has received five large expansions. Path of Exile Key Features Include: Download and play for free, but never pay-to-win A dark and deep action RPG Unlimited character combinations with the game’s gigantic skill tree Combine skill gems to create unique combat strategies Explore a dark and gritty world rendered from a fixed 3D perspective Explore randomly generated levels for nearly infinite replayability Craft weapons, magic items, and even end-game maps to become more powerful Cooperate or compete with thousands of other Exiles in a persistent online world Ascend online ladders in every game mode
  15. Well, here is the difference with gaming companies now and then. Then: - Studio focused on title by title, but positions inside of the gaming industry were small and short. Meaning, you may come to a development studio for a short time period and then move on. - You only got one pass at a game. Meaning, you have loads of ideas when developing but because there is no later expansion you only have the ability to create a brand new version of the game. (Think old Call of Duties which was same theme, over and over again) Now: - Development team focused on one title. - Team has ability to expand the game into areas based on success of the purchase. - You don't have to pay $60 each year for a new game, instead you get a new story, segment, etc. from the developer. Pre-ordering is different to me than a DLC. A DLC means I enjoy the game and want more content from the game. You are basically investing in the company that you want to see more content or that you appreciate them making new content. In the end, I loved box set stuff but also remember loads of games that had bugs, glitches that never got fixed. Nobody complained then because the internet did not work....lol
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