https://youtu.be/lNFoQjCxAPw Today we talk about the elephant in the room. Lurker communities and websites that sell access to inauthentic viewership. Just about everyone who gets into streaming is on the hunt for viewers. The desperation is real, and many end up getting caught up with viewbots, lurker communities like the Grizzly Nation, and purchasable
Twitch Prime members on twitch will soon be losing their site-wide advert-free experience in September, and many people, understandably are very upset. Nobody wants to see ads, and scaling back already existing paid for features only makes the feeling worse. However, for streamers this new change could end up being a good thing. With
A lot of people including myself (for my second channel nobody knows about), were recently met with an email notification from YouTube announcing new updates to the YouTube Partnership Program (YPP), which has removed a vast amount of YouTubers from the program, essentially completely removing their ability to allow advertisements on their videos
Guys, it's happening. After years of nostalgia and a bunch of lovely memories we are getting back a masterpiece of a game, the Secret of Mana remake! Secret of Mana was released on the 3rd August 1993. Secret of Mana is a RPG about a Child that falls of a tree directly into a
If you haven’t been following this game, then it might be a good idea to start. Or maybe not. Up to you, r eally. Cloud Imperium Games, the developer behind Star Citizen, has a vision that will redefine the genre of space sims, giving players freedom and choices unlike any other game.
I've noticed that other sites and writers that have covered this top 10 subject have never really taken it seriously enough. In many cases I don't even think the writer played all the games they rank. So I decided to be the first person to attempt taking this particular top 10 subject seriously.
Today I want to talk about number chasers. Games where the end goal is to take a group of number values and make them bigger via grinding/raiding. Games like Farmville and Diablo. In Farmville you constantly plant and grow crops, earning you points/exp that allow you to build a bigger farm, so you can