A Day in the Life of Jimmy Tatro

Jimmy Tatro, Youtuber Review

For some Youtubers, the skits of what life is for some individuals is a good way to go. For Jimmy Tatro, it is a way of life. Jimmy Tatro, otherwise known as LifeAccordingToJimmy, is one of Youtube’s most subscribed celebrities on the channel. At 2.5 million subscribers, it is no wonder why he is such a huge hit on Youtube ...

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The Descent of Vinesauce Through In-Active Worlds

Active Worlds, Vinesauce, YouTuber Review, HItomi Fujiko

We’re leaving behind a lot.  Stuff that had… years.. of work put into it, but so what, it’s just virtual. So speaks Vinesauce, a YouTuber prominent for his forays into abandoned virtual worlds — a Cyber Tour Guide of past civilizations with a streaming audience in tow. As has already been well documented in BGR and others interested in the ...

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Stardew Valley: A Harrowing Tale of Addiction

When most people think of video games they think of a blandly handsome white guy gunning down endless hordes of aliens/nazis/brown folk. However video games can be about more than violence. Sometimes they are about matching rows of colored blocks together, deciphering puzzles, or farming parsnips. As a kid, one of my favorite games was Harvest Moon, a classic series ...

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The Achievement Hunter Guys Can Help You Catch Mew!

Pokémon. Simply reading that word evokes some memory from you. Perhaps you collected the cards, and can fondly remember your favorite holographic. Maybe you watched the anime, and the crazy adventures that Ash and his adorably fierce Pikachu got into. But more likely, you played the video game. When Pokémon Red and Blue were first released, a worldwide phenomenon erupted. Everyone wanted ...

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Game Grumps Live: The Future of YouTube?

Yesterday, the Game Grumps announced that they would be doing a live show in Los Angeles. There was no word on what game would be played, but it seems as though it will be in the format of a typical episode, starring the primary Game Grumps, Arin Hanson and Dan Avidan. As a devoted “Lovely” (a term used by Arin ...

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Riders: A Soulful New Series

Music is a deep-rooted, vital part of everyone’s life. It is playing on the radio, streaming on the internet, and bouncing across our daydreaming minds on a constant basis. It accentuates life around us, and in a lot of popular fiction. Dozens of films have been made about fictional and living musicians, most of them biographies of some sort. With that type ...

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Disengaged: A New Web Series on Marriage Equality

Disengaged, Super Deluxe, YouTuber Review

On June 26th, 2015 The United States Supreme Court ruled that state-level bans on same sex marriage would be unconstitutional. It was quite a big day for the United States. It really brought about the term marriage for all. Super Deluxe, which is a YouTube Channel dedicated to videos who “come from funny and smart weirdos just like you.” This ...

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Super Deluxe: Future You

Some of you may remember Super Deluxe, an “online platform for short-term comedy featuring established comedians and rising stars”. I personally remember seeing the logo around but I can’t quite pin down where exactly. It was originally part of TBS until it was quietly folded into adultswim.com in 2008, and taken offline later that same year. Among the contributors were ...

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Slime Rancher: Is it Streambait? (No.)

Lately, the tubes of You have been exploding with videos of Slime Rancher, an early access game about ranching slimes. Now, before we get into what this game is, I’d like to address a problem I have seen with games that take YouTube by storm. Let’s talk about Five Nights at Freddys. Before Youtube, this would have been a game ...

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Chris Smoove: The Basketball World Through His Eyes

In a world of gaming in which most of the styles of game playing include action/adventure and RPG gaming, the sports games are an area that do not often get a lot of attention. Usually, they are used for multiplayer purposes or playing with friends, so single player modes are often pushed away. As a fan of nearly all sports, ...

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