Well Derp's info just got leaked by a legit hacker. So he going to be visited by the feds real soon.
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here is a longvideo conversation about the topic with
TotalBiscuit, FarFromSubtle, itmeJP, Fork Parker and Adam Sessler!
A lot of interesting stuff like companies even claim royalty free Music and so on. They also talk about how it profits Publisher. It is long but very informative listen to. Also if you go to the youtube side you have time stamps for every discussionpoint if you do not want to listen to the whole thing.
Well Youtube just opened a whole can of whoop ass heading their way. There are channels who are not managed, but affiliated with over 1m subscribers who are going to have a voice in this matter. I feel for all the youtubers who were hit by this copyright bs and I hope everything gets sorted out quickly as possible. Angry Joe just put out a video, and hopefully other big known channels will get the word out as well. Because I love the gaming content on youtube, and if that is taken away, then it's going to be a huge problem for not just me, but a big lost for the gaming industry, and a big lost for youtube.
This is honestly some of the saddest news I've heard this year. Ryan Davis has been apart of my life for about 4 years now with the bombcast, and its just crazy to hear this. My condolences go out to the crew, as I do not know what it must feel like to lose a very close friend and couldn't fathom what you guys must be going through right now. I know this won't do much, but RIP Ryan. You will surely be missed.
I've got an account I haven't played in about 6 months or so. Thinking about coming back and joining the corp. I have a player who is currently in the mining profession and I remember I was trying to skill my way up to an Orca. Are there a lot of miners in the corp to go on mining runs?
Edit: Okay I checked my account info and last time I was on was 13 months ago. lol. So if I come back i'm going to be super lost.
Comedy Button is one of the funniest podcasts ever. I also listen to Nerd Poker, which is 6 comedians playing a game of DnD and put it on a podcast. Talk about some hilarious times.
Well to be honest, even though the gaming industry is changing at a rapid pace, some people still believe gaming to be the hobby of a "male nerd" who has social issues. That gradually changed to just males in general based on all the FPS and sport games that has been pumped out during recent years. I'm not surprised how the women in the industry feels about this. I still have friends who go gaga when they hear a female voice on xbox or any other platform. They can't believe a female likes to play video games.
The game industry is a very male dominated industry, and it looks like its going to be that way until ideas and mindsets change in society. As long as sex sells, and putting women in tight clothing showing off the goods garner attention, then nothing is going to change. Women in the game industry are going to feel like a trophy piece to their company, simply because they are not a male.
I believe this really isn't going to change until something drastic happens to take a stand, like an all female game company or something to that extent. If an all female team were to create a great game, which is not based on stereotypical ideas of what the media believes a woman's ideas are, and was able to create huge success on gaming review websites and make decent amount of money in the market, then I would see that perception would change on this issue quickly.
However, I don't really see that happening anytime soon, so it's going to take time for this to happen. I just wish the women good luck on your journey. You are people too, and you have great ideas. Hopefully one day the men who can't see past gender will finally understand that it doesn't matter about race, gender, religion, creed, or culture. What matters is that what can that person bring to the table, and will that person idea bring something revolutionary to whatever field they are in?
We already see that in many fields today, and I have great hope for the future of the gaming industry.
Definitely get the PC. I would wait 6 months before buying the Wii U. Price will probably go down as well, plus we will see if games will really come out for it next holiday season. Games on the PC are much more abundant and less expensive. PC games are on sale ALL THE TIME. Especially with Steam, Origin, and Amazon. Plus there are many quality games that are free on PC like Team Fortress 2, DOTA 2, and many more. So I would definitely go for the Gaming PC over the Wii U.