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  1. Update from the original uploader 'sw1tched.' His video is back up:
  2. If they legit thought it was a bomb, then why didn't they follow proper procedure and evacuate the school? Or did they just want to feel like tough guys and intimidate a kid.
  3. This may end the debate for keyboard+mouse vs controllers in respect to FPS games. (although the answer is Keyboard+mouse)
  4. algoat

    Evo 2015

    Crazy finish to the USF4 grand final. Momochi's fight stick stops working on the last round of the championship match. He's sponsored by Razer but had to finish the match on a borrowed madcatz stick.
  5. algoat

    Evo 2015

    The biggest fighting game tournament starts later today at Bally’s / Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, the Evolution championship series 2015. It runs from July 17th - 19th. Visit http://evo.shoryuken.com for more information. Registration is up this year in every category except for Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and there will be two Smash Bros. tournaments. Here are the participant registration numbers: Ultra Street Fighter IV – 2227 Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – 1926 Super Smash Bros. Melee – 1869 Mortal Kombat X – 1162 Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- – 968 Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – 816 Tekken 7 – 458 Persona 4 Arena Ultimax – 437 Killer Instinct – 397 Tournament brackets can be found HERE and streaming schedules can be found HERE. It will be streamed on Twitch. In addition to the main card, there is also a ridiculous amount(22) of side tournaments at the event. Get HYPE!
  6. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought Google adwords didn't allow you to use trademarked keywords.
  7. Somebody decided to put Mario 64 through the Unreal engine and got this
  8. I'll still pick it up just like every other iteration. On a side note, this will get banned in Australia
  9. Outside of 2012, Sony Gaming hasn't posted a year end profit since the PS2, but this year should be different.
  10. The Canadian users on this site are probably already aware of the situation TSN got itself into trouble by broadcasting a crude tweet during the NHL trade deadline live broadcast. The message contained unfavourable remarks towards Toronto Maple Leaf players Joffrey Lupul and Dion Phaneuf and his wife, actress Elisha Cuthbert. I won't post the tweet here since it is still going through legal proceedings but here's a link to a low quality image. TSN had asked it's viewers to tag a tweet with "#TradeCentre" related to the trade deadline. During the coverage, the viewers were able to see live tweets. Somehow, the one above made it through the screening process and was seen across Canada when half the population was probably watching, waiting to see what changes their favourite team would make. Of course once social media got a hold of this, it took a life of it's own. It gets weirder since TSN's parent company is Bell media who is also part owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs. The parties involved are obviously upset. (the following is NOT the offending tweet) The following day, legal action had been taken. http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/-1997197.htm This isn't even the first time an inappropriate tweet made it onto live broadcast at TSN. During coverage of the 2014 NHL entry draft, they showed live tweets from the viewers. When the Edmonton Oilers selected German hockey player Leon Draisaitl, a nickname suggestion from a viewer scrolled across the screen: Leon "the Final Solution" Draisaitl. TSN is obviously going to have to pay for damages for this recent slip, but interestingly enough the creator of the tweet in question is named in the letter as well. It struck me as odd at first since thousands of comments, much worse than this one, are plastered across social media every day. The racist tweets towards PK Subban and harassing messages towards Zelda Williams comes to mind. This is the first time I've heard about legal action taken towards an internet troll. This has brought up a lot of discussion about freedom of speech when on the internet. Free speech prevents you from being charged with any offense arising from your words, however, this has no bearing on civil disputes or liabilities. It will be interesting to see if the results of this suit sets any type of precedent for social responsibility on the internet (at least in Canada). Talking about social responsibility, here is the knee-jerk reaction from the original tweeter. http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/NHL/Toronto/2015/03/02/22263961.html The apology
  11. We need to see Jayden's reaction video
  12. The 840 non-EVO's are affected as well. I installed one in my wife's pc a long time ago.
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