Hey if you were ever curious about where the phrase 'Game Over' came from, have I got a video for you
Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of the US release of Pokemon Red/Blue. Here's a new video about one of the strangest chapters in Pokémon history... the celebrity that sued Nintendo.
Telltale, games industry (-)
Pretty hard to describe how angry it made me to hear that Telltale won't be offering the employees they laid off today (hundreds, all but 25) any severance. The people at the top whose incompetence created this years-in-coming fuckup should be forced to pay it from their own pockets. And if they can't, their names should be chiseled in granite as people who leave their employees high and dry.
If you've seen one or more of my videos, could you do me a quick favour please? Have a look at this Patreon poll (link's open to everyone, not just patrons, though you will need an account on the site to vote) and tick the boxes against the video ideas you like; it'll help me plan for the future. Thanks!
Putting Game Boy emulator captures through After Effects to add tons of fancy LCD effects is probably overkill, but sometimes you've just got to overkill things.
So here's a weird little bit of #gameing history: EA Sports's slogan, "It's In The Game", doesn't make much sense, right? That's because it used to be longer.
The original slogan was "If it's in the game, it's in the game" - meaning, we've included every aspect of the sport (game 1) in the video game (game 2).
I made a thing
New video! The story of a Maxis programmer’s unauthorised insertion into a retail product, and how it was the first step into a life of challenging and disrupting power.
petition to bring back rainbows in computer logos
rt if u agree, fav if u agree https://twitter.com/isislovecruft/status/1031794845109477377
Quit my job. Life's a mess. Never been happier.
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