It will be really exciting to see if Ferrari can keep being a threat, or if the tire conditions were the biggest factor in their win. I think the biggest thing pointing to it being more than just tires was Kimi coming from the back of the pack all the way to 4th.
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"It's going to be at Hockenheim. We just have to amend the years of the contract. It was alternating with Nurburgring so we'll just take that out."
I don't know if this means that Nurburgring won't be back, but that's what it sounds like. I'm pretty sure contracts aren't supposed to work that way, though. "Oh i dont like this part, so we'll just get rid of it"
I actually prefer Origin's in-game browser to the steam one, and the built-in twitch streaming is really nice. I'm not exactly falling over myself to use it, but it's perfectly fine as a digital distribution thingy. It also has a healthy back catalogue of games that will activate on it, which is pretty nice. I've managed to clear out and pack up a bunch of discs for games I like to play once every now and then but can't be assed to dig for.
Pro YoCo is a sight to behold, esports at its finest right there.
Looking forward to catching a few of the runs I missed once they hit Youtube, since the twitch archive hates playing things smoothly for me.
Between the Super Metroid race, blind Punch-Out!! and Goldeneye, I'd say today was probably the best day of the marathon so far. It's insane how close the races have been, to have the Metroid race come down to under a second and the Link to the Past one go back and forth the whole time makes me glad I didn't miss any. The Ocarina of Time one was nuts, too, because seeing these two wildly different strats merge near the end was nuts. Shame one of the runners missed the ganon warp, though.
If I get tempted to 100% the achievements in a game I usually look up a list of them and see if there's any tedious/annoying/multiplayer shit. If there isn't I'll give it a go, but I usually just move on to something else before I finish.