Here is a list of Quake Live VODs from DreamHack Winter 2013.
So yesterday I received an email from some dude named Clayton. Within that email I learned a couple quick facts.
1. This Clayton dude created a website called http://www.dpadd.com
2. This Clayton dude is from Vancouver, BC. Which is where we are!!! w00t!
Honestly, the fact that he was from Vancouver was the thing that got my immediate attention. I’m just being honest, okay? Anyways, reading on, this Clayton dude (henceforth called “Clayton dude”) claims that his website is “an online journal and social network for gamers … it’s just like Goodreads, but for video games.” Due the fact I live under a rock, I had to Google Goodreads. Afterwards, I checked out dpadd and I understood what he meant.
Socks and Tet decide to take a stroll down memory lane and play through a classic from their childhoods. Donkey Kong Country for the Super Nintendo!
Another series recorded from a live stream! Socks, Taylor, Colby and Riley/Tet all play through the Twilight Princess. As usual, episode 1 is embedded below following a list of all the episodes. Follow us on twitch to watch us play through our next game together! Click here to see the entire playlist on YouTube.
Tet, Socks, and Taylor all play through Pokemon games! Of course, we couldn’t all decide how to play one game, so we each had our own and began with different starters picked by a guy in the chat named BlazeTitan!
All of these videos are rather long as they were recorded off of our live stream (http://www.twitch.tv/lagserv). The main episode links below link to the videos on Twitch, and, as you might’ve guessed, the YouTube links next to them link to the same videos uploaded to YouTube.
As promised, Let’s Play Metro: Last Light!
A list of the episodes:
So Kass and I decided to revive a concept Colby and I came up with a while back. The Games War.
Basically, a Games War is where two (or more) people play a competitive game. The winner of that game then gets to choose the next game, and this continues until the players get bored and want to do something else.
This first episode of Games War includes the following games: