In the last few days the streaming site Twitchhas been hosting a live crowd-sourced playthrough of the classic Game Boy game Pokemon.
While you may be used to the classic D-Pad and A and B controls, this game is driven by the chat community using text commands instead of button bashing.
It all sounds quite simple to control, until you realise that there are hundreds of people entering commands every minute while the poor main character Red wanders around in circles and struggles to get through a visit to the Pokemon Center. It’s the gaming equivalent of ‘Unexpected item in the bagging area’ only ten times worse.
The stream has been viewed over 5 million times since it was launched last week and, somewhat incredibly, they’ve been able to earn 4 gym badges so far.
You can check out the stream of Twitch Plays Pokemon below, just hit refresh if it doesn’t load first time.
Now that the Christmas adverts have started, we’ve finally entered the festive season. This may mean that it’s time for Christmas songs, manic shopping, and cold weather. The good news is that it’s also time for classic movies on TV. To celebrate this we’d thought we’d look at where the actors of yesteryear are now. But not the Bruce Willis’ and Macauley Culkins, but the secondary actors we loved.
It’s been over a year since we last visited the small town of Hawkins, Indiana, so we thought we’d create a little refresher for everyone. Be aware that MASSIVE SPOILERS are contained in the blog, so if you haven’t seen the first season be wary about reading on.
With a new movie just around the corner, I've been taking a look at Ridley Scott's classic, Blade Runner. After 35 years do you remember all the important bits from the original? If you need a refresher or are seeing the movie for the first time, I present a beginners guide to Blade Runner.