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Stuff you might have missed if you fell asleep last night:
- Another furbilicious review of Agents of SUCK, which still sucks but not quite as bad.
- The explosion of open world games this past gen was one of the best things about it.
- Game of the Week: Gun Valkyrie (more like Fun Valkyrie eeeeeh?)
So last night, as I was watching Face Off, which is probably one of the best competition shows I've ever seen, I was thinking about that one video game competition show sponsored by Sony, I think it was called the Tester. Is it actually possible to pull off a show about games that isn't utterly cringe-worthy?
Also, I know "we" picked IRC as the unofficial TAY chatroom because it requires no invites, unlike AIM, but I really hate that it doesn't automatically load the previous lines of conversation. Anyone who jumps in will have no idea what's being discussed and can't see what was discussed the night before. Is there anything better than AIM/IRC/Google Hangouts/Steam that can be used for a round-the-clock TAY chatroom?
Don't have an answer? That's fine, just talk amongst yourselves!