Shared on Fri, 08/07/2015 - 00:36

GBR / 2o2p Williams F1 spied testing at Monza

So I told Doodi I would try to campaign some 2o2p sponsored cars at some upcoming televised events.  On of the first will be the Italian GP coming up Sept 20.  Not being very skilled in the "painting" department, I figured I would get a head start.  Never mind the fact the car is a bit of a handful to drive.  laugh


Shared on Tue, 08/04/2015 - 17:38

Gamescon, 2015, & 2016

What a lineup for the remainder of 2015 and upcoming in 2016!  After having my Xbox One for a little over a year and disappointed in the lack of quality games, I'm beginning to feel overwhelmed.  Rare Replay launched today and I'm extremely excited to begin playing (going to play chronologically from oldest to newest).  I'm especially looking forward to returning to RC Pro-AM, Battletoads, and Perfect Dark, and playing for the first time Blast Corps, the Banjo titles, Conker, and Grabbed by the Ghoulies.  That's hundreds of hours of entertainment there.


Shared on Sat, 08/01/2015 - 11:04

iRacing 24 Hours of Spa - Team GoneBrokeRacing - 2o2p

7 of us will be sharing a Ford GT GT3 trying to complete a full 24 hour race.  Keep your fingers crossed.

Hour 2 Update


Shared on Fri, 07/31/2015 - 06:10

Loghain's foiled again and is there anyone who can stop Majhika?

While the four friends are underway to Denerim, Loghain elevates his biggest sycophant, Randon Howe, to leader of the Denerim Guards and as a personal advisor. The obvious weasly nature of Howe makes him an unlikely ally to Loghain, but maybe Loghain thinks that dire times call for strange bedfellows or maybe Howe was best choice out of the pool of people who are still loyal to him and Loghain is making do with what he's got.


Shared on Sun, 07/26/2015 - 02:13

My masterrace-console is a suckbox.

I believe that if you do a hobby, you have to do it right. There's no sense in doing gaming and then restrict yourself to one system. My pet-system is still the 360 though, even if I sold off most of the games I bought for it over the years.


Shared on Sat, 07/25/2015 - 06:18

The spite is strong in this one.

Digital Homicide, a developer who wears an oversized mantle of the 'indie-dev' variety (to put it mildly), once again finds himself as the focus of Jim Sterling's critique, what in itself has become clickbaiting made art. The entire tone of the video and the clear intent of it is questionable.

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