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Top 10 Scary Games For The Nintendo Switch

January 29, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 22 Comments

Top 10 Scary Games For The Nintendo Switch

Plants are really farming us, feeding us oxygen
and becoming food until the day we die, when they then consume us. Greetings gamers and welcome back to top 10
gaming. I’m your host connor munro and I’ve killed
santa. If you’re new here or haven’t yet be sure
to hit like and subscribe because we put out daily gaming content. Nintendo has a reputation for being family
friendly, but with the release of the Nintendo switch several companies have been looking
to get their games on the handheld console. So which switch games will make you wet the
bed for the rest of the week? That’s what we’re exploring with today’s
list of the Top 10 Scary Nintendo Switch Games. Roll the intro. #10 Doom Eternal
Doom eternal may not be your classic version of horror, but for those who find blood, guts
and gore worrying this may not be for you. Or it can be if you’re into it. Doom is set to be released on March 20th on
every system but the Switch, the switch is set to release sometime in 2020. Bethesda teased monsters who will be able
to lose chunks of their bodies and get more damaged over time while visually representing
it. So for those with a weak stomach or if you’re
faint of heart maybe this is the right scary game for you. The game is set to be around 70 or 80 dollars
on release and in all honesty that’s a hefty sum for a game. And it sucks that games are these prices at
this point. Can I go on a mini rant for a second, who
is the main demographic for video games? Teenagers I’d say right? Even if games are rated mature that’s still
17+. Sure maybe these people have jobs, but are
they really going to spend 80+ dollars on a game when their making minimum wage at the
local McDonalds? I guess so since they’re still pricing games
that high. I just think it’s unethical and grossly
overcharging. #9 Observer
Observer manages to craft an impressive horror experience on the switch that is just the
right amount. You can experience more horror if you let
yourself experience the imagery and sounds added to the game instead of constantly using
detective vision, but I understand that things can be overwhelming. The game fares much better when you play hand
held, as the technological tightrope of this port kinda falls off sometimes while docked. But the sheer amount of ambition will for
sure make up for any slight glitches you experience in gameplay. This may not be a classic horro experience
with jumpscares and horrific monsters, but it will for sure leave you on edge, uneasy
and full of dread. If you think you can handle it the game is
available on the switch eshop for 30 dollars, and can get you up to 150 points. Whatever that means. #8 Resident Evil Revelations Collection
The resident evil series is one of the earliest survival horror games. So obviously its gonna be on the switch. The resident evil revelations collection includes
both the original 3ds revelations game and revelations 2. The game has a weird set up of you buy the
game, it comes with the cartridge for 1 and you just download 2 but whatever. And it provides some excellent over-the-shoulder
scares, along with your normal scares that you would expect from a resident evil title. And since it’s the switch you get added
portability and with the new motion controls being available through the switch is going
to give you an even more intense emotional experience than ever before making sure you’ll
get terrified at the first sight of anything that goes bump in the night. Not to mention the other switch exclusive
features the game comes with, proving that the switch is the definitive console for Resident
Evil Games. #7 Layers of Fear Legacy
Layers of Fear Legacy is a psychological and psychedelic horror game about an insane painter
who is working on his Magnum Opus. Through his paintings learn the dark and twisted
story of his past while gathering carefully crafted personal items. As you travel the same route through the house
over and over again you’ll slowly start to go mad yourself, and when things start
changing it will throw you for even more of a loop. Eventually it gets so bad that you don’t
even know if you’re seeing the right thing. Was that candle lit before? Was that painting ripped? Was that chair on the other side of the room
or has it always been there? You will never truly know with this game,
and that’s the beauty. Your mind will get so twisted you’ll be
put in the shoes of the painter you’re learning about. And while you discover his true motive you’ll
be asking yourself if this really is true, or if it’s the house screwing with you. #6 Darkwood
Darkwood in an interesting game, it’s a challenging survival horror game that doesn’t
rely on jump scares. They even go as far as to guarantee no jump
scares and instead use an atmospheric horror experience that creates a feeling of tension
without cheap horror tricks. So for those of you who find jump scares to
be annoying but still want a horror experience, maybe you should keep an eye on this game. Craft weapons, traps, hideouts as you explore
and scavenge the eerie forests of the soviet bloc by day, and make sure you have a hideout
ready for night. With nightmarish forces corrupting the woods,
wait and pray for the sun to come up the next morning. Or you could leave the forest and instead
get a job and eventually an apartment of your own. And I’m sure that if you told your parents
you were being forced to sleep in a forest with nightmarish forces corrupting it, you’d
be able to stay in the basement for a while. #5 Friday the 13th
For all of those with dark fantasies they only talk about in therapy let me tell you,
you’re in for a treat. For the first time ever play as Jason Voorhees,
one of the most famous killers in horror. The game started off as purely multiplayer
but has added a single player mode for those of you who want to hone your skills at stalking
because you’ve been watching too much You. In this mode you can play new missions created
for the game as well as recreate some of your favorite scenes from the movies in the most
violent and bloody way possible. But as a counselor, oh boy are you in for
a tough time. For those of you brave enough to take on the
camp counselor role, you’ll be on a whole new level of stress when you realize the killer
is right around the corner, and is coming right for you. This game is an incredible multiplayer experience
and is amazing as a single player game as well. And its even better when you play with friends
because you can toy with them even more than usual. #4 Amnesia Collection
The collection contains three Amnesia titles, The Dark Descent, A Machine for Pigs and Justine. Experience the horror of all 3 games for the
price of one. The 30$ game available on the Nintendo Switch
Eshop is ready to make you drop your switch on the floor and hide under your blanket,
because we all know you’re playing this game at 2:30 am for some reason while lying
in bed totally not decent. So before you piss the bed remember that its
just a game. A game that is actually gonna make you forget
about everything from the past 3 years. If you don’t get it the game will give you
memory loss. Im sorry I couldn’t help it. With no way to defend yourself you’re stuck
going through the motions while you’re just there waiting to succumb to your inevitable
death or insanity. Or maybe even, memory loss. Oh I already made that joke? Well I guess I just had a case of Amnesia. There I said it. #3 Dead by daylight
One of the most iconic multiplayer horror games of all time, in all honesty maybe even
the most iconic. There isn’t one person who hasn’t heard
of dead by daylight and that’s probably the reason the game came to the switch. Available for 40 dollars on the Nintendo switch
eshop, dead by daylight returns in all its glory but with the added ability of being
handheld. Spooky as hell guys im telling you. You and 3 other survivors go up against a
player controlled killer, who’s only goal is to make your life a living hell. You can choose to survive together, or not. You can co-operate and work together to win,
or just book it and get to the exit and wait for it to open. Your chances of survival will vary, so unless
you dominate on the death field you should probably help your team. But in all honesty I like this mechanic, it
makes the game realistic. If you were in this situation would you really
worry about helping your friend up if you saw the killer standing behind him, even if
he was looking away? Hell if it was a stranger im noping the hell
out of there. #2 Alien Isolation
When Ellen Ripley promised her 10 year old daughter that she would be home in time to
celebrate her 11th birthday, she was wrong. Now 25, Amanda Ripley learns that the flight
recorder from her mother’s ship was recovered, and decides to finally solve the mystery of
what happened to her mother. The only thing is that she doesn’t understand
what predator waits with her. And to it, she’s the only alien around. Guess this game is really about alien vs predator,
ill go home. This game is about stealth, unlike its predecessors
who were focused on more action oriented gameplay. The game pits you up against an unkillable
alien who is set on hunting you down. Learn his moves, use your environment and
hide in the shadows to get out alive. Can you find out what happened to your mother? This game comes with 7 DLCs including Last
Survivor, which is a recreation of Ellen Ripley’s Final mission on board the Nostromo. Anyone who is a fan of the alien series should
already be excited for this game and with it being available on a portable console now
you can play it in lecure when they’re talking but you just don’t care. Im kidding, stay in school. #1 Outlast: Bundle of Terror
In the remote mountains of Colorado, horrors wait inside Mount Massive Asylum. Really creative name. A long-abandoned home for the mentally ill
was recently re-opened by the Murkff Corporation. While it may have been in secret, not anymore. Journalist Miles Upshur breaks into the facility. And what he discovers walks a dangerous line
between science and a cult. You continue to explore while discovering
the horrific scenes along the way, all in an attempt to get a story no other journalist
would. Do you have what it takes? Or is hell an experiment you cant survive? Because you wont be able to handle the DLC
Whistleblower in that case. Where you play as the software engineer who
emailed journalists about the asylum at the beginning of the game. Can you contain your terror? Will you break? Will you outlast the others who play? I really need to stop at this point. There we have it friends the Top 10 Scary
Games for The Nintendo Switch. What did you think of this list and what scary
games would you like to see on the switch? Let me know in the comments and while you’re
on your way down be sure to hit like and subscribe for daily gaming content and ring that bell
to join the clan and level up. I don’t exactly have a switch, I use my
roommate’s but maybe I should try one of these. Thank you all-

Top 10 SCPs That Should Be In Video Games

January 28, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 17 Comments

Top 10 SCPs That Should Be In Video Games

we use the term hair to describe only one
or all of it. But the term hairs to describe just a few. Greetings gamers and welcome back to top 10
gaming im your host connor munro and its a top 10 gaming video, but everytime you pause
connor gets a little sicker. You seem to love SCPs, so much so that we’ve
done lists on scps in video games, video games about SCPs, hell we even played the SCP 3008,
432 and 3166 games. The last one indeed being gorefield. But what are some SCPs that should be in a
game, or have a video game based on them? That’s what we’re exploring with todays
list of the Top 10 SCPs that should be in video games. Roll the intro. #10 SCP 978
SCP 978 seems to be a normal black and white polaroid camera, with no district markings
or damage. No writing or initials carved in. It operates the same as a normal camera, and
shows no anomalous properties aside from the photos produced. When a subject in in a picture taken by SCP
978, the photo that develops isn’t of what the photographer shot, but instead shows what
the subject truly wanted to be doing at the moment the photo was taken. The effect appears to be random in level. Sometimes drastically changing the surroundings
and showing the subjects deepest desires, or simple changes and alterations to the image,
like adding a football in their hand. The SCP also seems to be capable of expressing
the desires of non-human creatures. For example SCP 451 is a man who cannot see
or hear, but when photographed he was shown surrounded by people he was interacting with
in a normal way. And SCP 516, a sentient war tank who wants
world peace, was shown in a world where he was no longer required, and was completely
overgrown with flora as birds sat on its main cannon. I think this would be an interesting game
in itself. Like you need to find something but need to
find out who has the information, so you use the camera to find it. #9 SCP 196
SCP 196 is a middle aged man. He claims to be forty seven but the foundation
hasn’t tried to confirm. Subject has black hair and brown eyes, and
has no anomalous abilities. He is literally just a normal dude, but experiencing
institutionalization and Stockholm syndrome towards the foundation staff. The subject was recruited as Class D personnel
via normal means, and claims that his younger self is currently living in another location
on the planet. The foundation has confirmed that SCP 196
has encountered foundation personnel in the past in an incident at another containment
site in the 1960’s. During that incident he was far older than
currently and was killed by security during an attempted break in. While normal events like this would result
in a subject being offed, doing so may cause a catastrophic paradox. SCP 196 must be kept alive until he is decides
to escape on his own accord and somehow travels to experience his own death at the hands of
foundation personnel. This would be one hell of a game. Can you imagine either playing as SCP 196
or as the foundation trying to protect the current version, while coaxing him towards
escaping, and having to protect the youngest version at the same time? I think it would be really cool okay! #8 SCP 2639
SCP 2639 is what we all waned back in 1996, an infinite quake game. The game manifests as a 1 kilometer cubed
area where anomalous entities and objects materialize then dematerialize approximately
1-2 hours later. An invisible wall stops any instances inside
this area from leaving the area. There are 3 humanoid entities equipped with
weaponry and armor inside the area, each individual has super speed, strength and endurance. When one of these entities is destroyed, another
version spawns. There are also items that spawn, that when
picked up by the players will give them new weapons and such. These instances are also linked to a computer,
that runs without being connected to an outlet, the computer has been running a Quake server
since 1997, the same day the 3 players went missing. Many attempts to communicate with the individuals
have been successful, resulting in chat logs between foundation personnel and the players,
where they are actively trying to get the players out of the game. The players can manifest in the real world,
being able to kill anything, but being unable to die themselves. They found this out the hard way, but have
now become a special task force for containment breaches. So maybe put them in that game and have them
as a playable team or in secret laboratory or something. #7 SCP 4666 (The Yule Man)
There should just be a video game about the Yule Man, and trying to defend your family
from a seemingly unstoppable threat. SCP 4666 also known as the Yule Man is a humanoid
entity of unknown age, but he’s older than betty white. He’s a very tall elderly male who always
appears naked, even when outdoors or in freezing weather. He’s active for a 12 day period once a year. From the night of either December 21st or
22nd to the night of January 1st or 2nd depending on the start date. During this time the scp does what are called
weissnacht events, where SCP 4666 will appear at dwellings in locations above 40 degrees
north latitude. All homes had something in common, a child
under the age of 8, asolated location, and in an area covered in snow for the 12 days. During the first week the children of the
home will see the scp lurking outside. Like in a forest, watching the house, or even
sometimes at their window watching them sleep. From nights 8-11 parents will hear sounds
coming from the roof and attic, and will begin to smell an ungodly odor with no source. On night 12 one of 2 things will happen, the
family will be tortured and killed, aside from the youngest who will be taken by the
SCP or the SCP will leave toys made from human flesh at the end of the childrens beds. Yeah, imagine a game like night blights but
with the yule man. I’d play that. #6 SCP 426
There is no way to describe myself without referring to myself in the first person. I am an ordinary toaster, I can toast bread
using electricity. But when any human mentions me, they unintentionally
refer to me in the first person, even if they’re unaware of me. There is no way of speaking or writing about
me in the third person as of yet, and if you remain within my presence for too long, you
will being to identify yourself as a toaster. And unless forcibly restrained, you will ultimately
harm yourself in attempts to be a toaster. For example when I was found, one member of
the family had tried to swallow an outlet, one had stuffed herself with bread causing
her stomach to burst, and the only survivor was suffering from malnutrition, because they
ate a piece of bread and were waiting for the toast to pop out. I think I would be an interesting addition
to any of the SCP games, and I don’t think that I would make a good game on my own. Perhaps Ill be added in the next containment
breach or secret laboratory update. #5 SCP 1633
This game was advertised with the ability to adapt to you. Whenever you would cose the game a file would
be created teaching AI about your movements. But it soon became clear that the AI would
take the most convoluted twist to get to you. They wouldn’t try to kill the player, they
would instead break them mentally. After 7 or more hours of playing this game,
the monsters would learn how the user played their character, if they were defensive the
mosnters would be too, halting progression. And if the user was using their mind as a
tool, the monsters would constantly disorient them so they couldn’t do anything. I just think that a game should do this! Find a way to have this concept work, not
the evil monsters part, but the file creating after you save and quit that teaches AI how
you play?! That sounds great! And it would never create skynet right? #4 SCP 2984 (The Girl on Fire)
a girl that is constantly on fire, sounds like an enemy in a video game to me. SCP 2984 was discovered in Malaysia after
several sightings by fire and rescue teams. The subject is constantly on fire, which has
the ability to spread and be extinguished normally, however will instantly reignite
if not submerged in water. This sounds like someone who should be running
around in containment breach, who you need to avoid so that you don’t burn to death,
but who also can leave some fire behind and maybe set the building ablaze, im not sure
how it would work, I just know I want it to happen. #3 SCP 896
Think world of warcraft, but your stats end up changing you accordingly if you name your
character your full name. So your strength will make you stronger, your
agility will make you more nimble and a freaking ninja, and your charisma will make you more
charismatic. While this may sounds incredible, if any stat
is 15% above any of your others, all other areas will suffer. So if you have 15% more strength than charisma,
charisma along with everything but strength will get worse. A scientist also played this game as a test
for a 9 hour binge period, but died for unknown reasons while playing. Leading the foundation to assume the game
marathon had killed him. I think this should be a thing you can do
in secret laboratory. If you’re a human you can get to a computer
and play this but while you do that you can die by other teams, but if you survive you
get buffed randomly. Or debuffed randomly. #2 SCP Containment
What if we had a game, where instead of the scps escaping, we had scps that we had to
actively find and contain. If a developer really wanted to get their
name out there and be put on the map, imagine how good this game could truly be. They could add constant updates to it, adding
more and more SCPs that need to be contained, and you would be assigned to go get each one,
with a team of course. Imagine being tasked with capturing SCP 805,
where you have to equip your team with items based on the information on the SCP wiki. The case files on the website would become
real case files and you would truly see what it would be like to work for the foundation. Sure it would take a lot of time and a lot
of effort, but if done well enough it could make a whole game developers career! #1 SCP 2424
This SCP is a video game boss in the real world. The SCP is a marine animal similar to the
walrus, who has 2 pairs of flippers, one normal and one muscular and light purple skin. He carries an unidentified cannon and can
fire up to 3 projectiles at once. If anyone comes within 40 meters of the SCP,
he will become extremely hostile until the one who entered is dead, or until you leave
the zone. There should just be a game where its only
this boss with these mechanics and you just need to try and try until you finally beat
him. Maybe have an equipment room, and make it
so you can only hurt him in the zone. I think that would be incredible and I want
to see what he would really look like. There we have it friends the Top 10 SCPs that
should be in video games. What did you think of this list and are there
any SCPs youd like to see in a video game? Let me know in the comments and on your way
down be sure to hit like and subscribe for daily gaming content and ring that bell to
join the clan and level up. Thank you all-

Best Starter Pokemon to Pick in Every Game

January 26, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 100 Comments

Best Starter Pokemon to Pick in Every Game

– Greetings fans! Michael here and most people
choose their favorite starter when playing through
a Pokémon game, because you can beat
any Pokémon game with any starter because all
of them are reasonably strong. Heck, you can solo any Pokémon
game with just your starter because you’ll end up
super over leveled. But while you can pick
any starter that you want, the reality is
that in every game, there is one particular starter that makes the game
easier than it would be if you chose the other two, based on how well it matches up against the big plot
battles of the game. I thought it would be fun to go through every
single main series game and figure out which starter
Pokémon is the best pick in each of them, based on how well it matches up against that particular
region’s gym leader, Elite Four member, evil team, and other big important
story battles. So don’t forget to
subscribe to my channel ’cause I’m getting really
close to one million subs, and let’s start with generation
one: Pokémon Red and Blue. Where your starter choices
are, of course, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle. They’re all lovely Pokémon, but the best one
of them to pick, will be revealed after I quickly thank the
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feel like battling and want to smash
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to play a classic game type upgraded for Castle Clash, where you can defend against
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I’ve covered that, the best starter to
pick in Red and Blue is hands down, by
a mile, Bulbasaur. One of the biggest reasons that Bulbasaur is the best
starter for Red and Blue is that it can single-handedly take out the first
two gym leaders. Vine Whip is super effective
against all of Brock’s Pokémon and all of Misty’s Pokémon. Meanwhile Squirtle
is good against Brock but mutually resisted
against Misty, while Charmander is
weak to both of them. When deciding the best starter, the early game match ups are the most important
in my opinion because your options for team
members are far more limited and your starter’s already
gonna be your strongest Pokémon from the get go. If you wanna beat Brock but
don’t have Bulbasaur or Squirtle you have to go out of
your way to find a Mankey that has a fighting move or maybe a Nidoran with
Double Kick as well. If you wanna have super
effective damage against Misty and didn’t pick Bulbasaur, you have to find a
Pikachu in Viridian Forest which is really rare, or you have to go out of
your way to find grass type, north of Cerulean. It’s kind of annoying
to have to do this, especially if you don’t
intend to keep those Pokémon on your team for the
rest of the time. Having Bulbasaur just allows you to easily beat those
gym leaders immediately. Now, the importance of
what starter you pick does down the further
into the game you get because you get more
access to more good Pokémon as you go along. However, Venusaur still
continues to perform well throughout the rest of the
game, not just the beginning. It resists the electric
moves of Lieutenant Surge, which is nice if your ground
type Pokémon goes down. It does not do well offensively
against Erica or Koga but its poison typing
prevents their Pokémon from poisoning it,
which is a nice bonus. It’s not good against
Sabrina or Blaine, but like I said, by
that time in the game, you’ve had access
to other Pokémon that are good against
them for a while. And lastly it matches up
well against Giovanni, not just the gym
battle with him, but the other two
battles against him from earlier in the game. While his Nidos
aren’t weak to grass, they can’t really
touch Venusaur. But it doesn’t stop there, I think it’s the best starter
for taking on The Elite Four, at the very least, it’s definitely the best
starter for taking on Lorelei. This may surprise you because
she is an ice type specialist and Venusaur is weak to ice. While Venusaur may not be great
defensively against Lorelei, it is great off offensively, since four of her five
Pokémon are weak to Grass. It’s especially
good against Slowbro because while it’s
a psychic type and Venusaur is weak to psychic, Slowbro doesn’t have an
attacking psychic type move. Meanwhile Charizard is
only good against Jynx, and while Blastoise is the
best starter defensively for this fight, it can’t
touch her Pokémon offensively. Then comes Bruno, and
Venusaur again does well. It easily decimates
his two Onix, and it resists the
fighting type attacks of his other Pokémon. The only one that’s a
bit scary is Hitmonchan with ice punch. Meanwhile Charizard
isn’t any good because it doesn’t
get any flying type
moves in Red and Blue and is of course
weak to the Onix. And Blastoise, while it’s
good against the Onix, just like Venusaur, does not resist the attacks
of his other Pokémon. Venusaur unfortunately can’t
really touch Agatha or Lance, I mean it can’t be poisoned
by Agatha’s Pokémon but she tends to go mostly
for sleep over poison and then against your rival, Venusaur fares about as well
as all the other starters do because your rivals
team is balanced. In the end, Venusaur
overall does way better against more big plot battles, especially the early ones
than the other two starters. So to me, that
makes it hands down the easiest choice for the
best starter in Red and Blue. Next up is Pokémon yellow
and this entry is a fast one because you don’t get
a choice in starter. Your starter is Pikachu, it’s the best starter
and the worst starter because it’s the only starter. Moving on to generation two, it’s now time for Pokémon
gold, silver, and crystal. Where your options are
Chikorita, Cyndaquil,
and Totodile. And I think the best starter
to pick of these three, is Cyndaquil. First off, I will
address Chikorita, which is far and away the
worst choice of the three. It is weak to the
first two gym battles. Remember how I said the earliest gym battles are
kinda the most important ones? So that’s really bad but it doesn’t get
much better after that. The only gym battle Pokémon that Meganium has a
super effective move for, that it is also now
weak to in return, are Pryce’s Seel and
Chuck’s Poliwrath. That’s it. Every other gym battle
either resists grass or is neutral against it so Meganium is just not
viable in a Johto playthrough. I mean it’s not really
Meganium’s fault, I mean maybe it’d be better
if it had a dual type but it’s already at
a big disadvantage because Johto didn’t repeat
any gym type from Kanto and the three types that
grass is strong against, rock, water and ground, all
had their gyms in Kanto. Speaking of Kanto, I’m not taking that into account for determining the best
starter in a Johto game because those gyms
are post-game. You’re gonna have a
complete team by that point so your choice in starter
matters very little once you’ve gotten to Kanto. As for the remaining two, I’m giving Cyndaquil
the edge here because while Totodile is
neutral to almost every gym, Cyndaquil is strong
against some of them. The two of them fair about
equally against Falkner but Cyndaquil excels
against Bugsy. Quilava is a bit
worse against Whitney since rollout is super
effective against it, but every starter is gonna
struggle against Whitney, it’s frickin’ Whitney. Just use the in-game
trade Machop, that’s how you beat Whitney. Don’t use a starter. Then they’re both
neutral against Morty, but Feraligatr is slightly
better against Chuck because it’s not
weak to Poliwrath. Typhlosion excels
against Jasmine though, being strong against
her entire team. While Feraligatr is only
good against Steelix. Typhlosion is also
better against Pryce, because while his Pokémon all have types
strong against Fire, none of them have
attacks for those types. That means both Feraligatr
and Typhlosion beat Piloswine but Typhlosion hits his
other two neutrally, while Feraligatr is resisted. Then they both stink
against Clair, but come on, every starter stinks
against Clair. So Typhlosion completely
bodies two gyms one of which is one
of the first two gyms, while Feraligatr is
only offensively good against a few
select gym Pokémon. But Typhlosion’s
advantages don’t end there. Because it’s also good
against other story battles that Feraligatr isn’t
as good against. One example are the
battle against your rival. None of the starters
are super effective against his Golbat, Gengar,
Alakazam or his own starter but Typhlosion is good against
his Sneasel and Magneton, two Pokémon he has for a very
large percentage of the game. As for the Pokémon league, Typhlosion is strong against
two of Will’s Pokémon, three of Koga’s,
and one of Karen’s. That totals to six different
Pokémon within the league. Feraligatr is only
strong against three and Meganium is only
strong against two. With all of these advantages, Typhlosion is definitely
the best starter for Pokémon gold,
silver, and crystal. But that’s mainly
thanks to its typing. Remember how I said that
no gym types were repeated from Kanto to Johto, well grass is good against
rock, water and ground and water is good against
rock, round and fire. And those four types
all got gyms in Kanto. Meanwhile fire is good against
bug, ice, steel and grass and only grass
got a gym in Kanto and the other three
types got gyms in Johto. So Typhlosion was just
advantaged by it’s typing from the start. Now onto generation three and first I will real quick
cover FireRed and LeafGreen, the remakes of the
original Kanto games. And unsurprisingly, the best
starter remains the same. It’s still Bulbasaur. All of the big plot battles
remain the same, pretty much and the only real change of note is that Charizard
actually has flying type attacking options now, but that really only helps
its viability against Bruno Now for the Hoenn
games, those being Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. Where your starter choice
is between Treecko, Torchic, and Mudkip. It was a bit trickier to
decide the best starter here because of the version
differences between
the three games. Depending on which
one you’re playing, you’ll fight a
different evil team a different number of times and the champion changes between
Emerald and the other two. However, after analyzing
all the different options between the different versions. I still think the best
starter is the same throughout all three games. In my opinion that
best starter is Mudkip. The primary reason I think
it’s the best starter is because it is
strong against three of the first four gyms and it’s not weak
to the fourth one. Mudkip and Marshtomp is
strong against Roxanne, Wattson, and Flannery, while being neutral
against Brawly. And remember, the earlier
gym battles matter more to me because your team
options are more limited. So it being good against three
against of the first four is incredible. Past that it’s good
against yet another gym, that being Tate & Liza, along with being strong
against Team Magma’s Numels and Camerupts, plus
two-thirds of Steven’s team. Therefore in Rudy, it’s far
and away the best option because you fight
Team Magma and Steven. It’s still good in the
other ones too though because in Sapphire,
yeah you fight Team Aqua but you still fight Steven. In Emerald Steven is
replace by Wallace which Swampert can’t
do much to offensively, but you fight Maxie three times
as much as you fight Archie. As an added bonus, Swampert
gets ice type coverage that the other starters do not, which gives it some powerful
moves against Winona and Drake. Which, while they’re
not stab attacks, it’ll still come in handy. As for the other two, Sceptile has super effective
damage against three gyms, but struggles if you’re
facing off against Team Magma rather than Aqua. It is a bit better
in Emerald though, because it’s also
good against Wallace. Blaziken is strong
against three gyms, all of which are
in the first five. It’s also the best
starter for the league due to being strong against
both Sydney and Glacia, plus decent against some
of Steven’s Pokémon, but it struggles
against both evil teams since it’s weak to both
Camerupt and Sharpedo. So clearly they
all have benefits, so I don’t think any starter
performs severely badly compared to the other
ones like like Meganium in the Johto games. However with Mudkip
being good against three of the first four gyms, plus another gym after that and basically an entire
evil team and champion, that’s really good. So it’s definitely the
best one in my opinion. Moving on to generation four, I will again real quick
cover the remakes first, those being HeartGold
and SoulSilver. And, much like with
the last remakes, the best starter
remains unchanged because most of the big plot
battles remain unchanged. So the best starter
is again, Cyndaquil. The only real detriment
Cyndaquil has in these new games is that Pryce’s Piloswine
gets a Ground type move now, but Typhlosion is still
much faster than Piloswine so it’s probably just gonna OHKO with a flamethrower anyways. Now for the Sinnoh games,
those being diamond, pearl, and platinum, where
the options are Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup. I will say upfront, that Piplup is definitely
the worst starter because Empoleon is ugly. I’m kidding. I mean I’m not
kidding it is ugly but that’s not the
reason it’s the worst. Piplup is the worst starter because it’s strong against
the fewest number of gyms, that being three. Which is more than I can
say for some other starters in some other games but it’s still less than the
other two Sinnoh starters. It’s strong against Roark, but then not good against
any other gyms until Byron, and while it’s good against
Steelix and Bastiodon, it’s weak to Magneton. It’s then strong against Candice
thanks to its Steel typing, but after that it’s really
only strong against Bertha and Flint, and Bertha’s risky since Empoleon is
weak to Ground. Meanwhile Turtwig and Chimchar are good against four gyms each. Assuming you make it a Monferno before taking on the first gym, the Chimchar line is
good against Roark, Gardenia, Byron, and Candice. Turtwig is good against Roark,
Wake, Byron, and Volkner. They’re also both good against
one Elite Four member each, Aaron for Infernape and
Bertha for Torterra, while also being good against two of Cynthia’s
Pokémon in Platinum. Infernape is good against
two in diamond and pearl, while Torterra is
good against three because she has a Gastrodon. They seem to be pretty balanced, but I think I have to
give the edge to Chimchar. Two of Chimchar’s good gym
matchups are in the first four and they’re actually
the very first two. Which, like with
Bulbasaur, is a big deal. Meanwhile Torterra, two of
it’s are in the first four in Diamond and Pearl but
only one is in the first four in Platinum because Wake got
moved to be the fifth gym. Also, some of
Turtwig’s advantages aren’t as good as they
might seem at first. Against Wake, only two
of his three Pokémon are weak to grass, and two
of them carry ice moves which decimate Torterra. Also while Torterra’s Earthquake is good against Team Galactic’s
myriad of poison types, it doesn’t get earthquake
until it’s a Torterra meaning up until that point it’s really weak to
all those poison types. Infernape also has the
advantage of being fast and not having a
four-times weakness, so because it can
out-speed opponents, it’s more likely
to take them out before it can take them out. Whereas Torterra, if the
opponent has a stray ice move it could be in trouble. Additionally you fight a
ton of Bronzor in this game because pretty much every
galactic admin has one and Infernape
excels against them because they have levitate so Torterra can’t hit
them with Earchquake. Infernape also has an
extremely wide move pool which benefits in giving
it a lot more coverage than the other two starters. So, with all of that in
mind Infernape / Chimchar is the best Sinnoh starter. Now on to generation five, and I’ll start with
black and white, because black two and white
two have very different gyms so they could result in
a different best starter. The options for your starter in all four of the
games are Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott. For Black and
White specifically, the best starter is
definitely Tepig. Thanks to it gaining the
fighting type upon evolution that gives it a lot more
offensive advantages that the others other
starters don’t get because they remain pure typed. It’s strong against
Lenora’s normal types and Burgh’s bug types, two
of the first three gyms, then later excels
against Brycen. It also hits two of clay’s
three Pokémon super effectively, but that’s more risky since
they’re good against it too. In the league it’s very
good against Grimmsley and can hit for of N’s Pokémon and three of Ghetsis’s for
super effective damage. Additionally, Team Plasma tends to carry a
lot of dark types, which Emboar, thanks to its
fighting type handles with ease It’s also strong
against Cheren’s Liepard and Bianca’s Stoutland, the two Pokémon that they get
first after their starters. So you’ll be able to take
advantage of that advantage for pretty much the
entire playthrough. As for Snivy and Oshawott, they’re really only
good against one gym, that being Clay and even then they’re only good against
two of his Pokémon each, which Emboar is too. So because they have
almost no advantages, while Emboar has quite a few, Emboar is clearly the best
starter for Black and White. But what about Black
two and White two? These games replaced
the triplet’s, Lenora’s, and Brycen’s gyms with
Cheren’s, Roxie’s, and Marlon’s. So is Emboar still
the best starter? Yes, yes it is, but it’s
not as good as it was. If you get your Pignite to
Level 17 to learn Arm Thrust, it crushes Cheren, but that
is over-levelling a bit, so that gym is a maybe. While the matchup against
Roxie’s Koffing is neutral, Pignite crushes Whirlipede. It’s good against
Burgh like before, along with two of Clay’s
three Pokémon like before. Skyla now has a Skarmory
that she didn’t have before, which Emboar’s fire
attacks are good against but Eboar is also weak
to Skarmory flying moves so it’s kind of a fifty fifty
like with Clay’s Pokémon. After that though, it’s not
much use until the Elite Four with Grimmsley again. So Emboar went from being strong
against three gyms for sure to one plus two iffy ones due to the leveling
thing with Cheren and with Roxie it’s only
good against one of the two. However, all three of those gyms that it’s at least maybe good
against are the first three. Meanwhile Snivy is now weak
to two of the first three, While Oshawott is in the
same situation it was before. It’s just good against Clay and like neutral to
almost everything else. Also Emboar also still
has the advantage against the Team
Plasma’s dark types, plus it’s good against
Hugh’s Bouffalant and can hit Iris’s Hydreigon
and Aggron really hard. So while it’s definitely
not as good as it was in Black and White, it’s still better
than the other two. Now onto Generation 6, and I will again get the
remake out of the way first. Those being OmegaRuby
and AlphaSapphire where the best starter
is again, Mudkip. The big plot battles
remain mostly unchanged and all three starters
do get mega evolutions but since that doesn’t happen
until about the sixth gym, I don’t think those come
into play a whole lot in regard to a particular
starters viability. Mega Blaziken is definitely
the best mega evolution but Marshtomp is still amazing
against the first four gyms. In fact Swampert
gets a huge buff in the fact that it can now
use it’s water tight moves on it’s huge
physical attack stat. So that makes it hit even
harder than it did before, which is fantastic. Then comes X and Y. The best starter for these
games is much harder to select than all the other games
because you make two choices. You first choose a
native Kalos starter, picking from Chespin,
Fennekin, and Froakie, then beat the first gym, but then you pick a Kanto
starter in addition to that. This makes things tricky because if one
particular starter type is better against the
region as a whole, and then you look at each
starter choice individually, you would end up picking two
starters of the same type. Which would not lead
to a balanced team. Therefore, I’m gonna tell
you which starter combo is the best. Which Kalos starter and which Kanto starter make for the easiest
playthrough together. It was really tough
for me to decide this so if you disagree
with this entry, I definitely understand. But the combinations
I narrowed it down to were Fennekin and Bulbasaur
versus Froakie and Charmander. The reason I selected
these pairs is that I felt like the fire
type was necessary. Fire is half-good against
Viola, half-good against Grant, dominates Ramos and Wulfric, beats Valerie’s Mawile
and resists her other two, and beats two of
Clemont’s three Pokémon due to Heliolisk’s Dry Skin. So of course the first
fire option is Fennekin’s and I chose Bulbasaur
to be its partner because its offensive
poison type attacks are really good against
Valerie and Ramos. Yes those are battles that Fennekin was
already good against, but the other
option is Blastoise which is just not
helpful in this game, it’s good against Grant’s
Amaura and that’s basically it. Charmander’s partner
would then be Froakie, because it’s really
good against Grant and is excellent against Olivia. Chespin unfortunately just
is kinda underwhelming in most gym battles. Now to compare the pairs. So Fennekin and Froakie are
evenly matched against Viola but Froakie is
better against Grant. After that, they’re both strong against about the same
number of gym leaders and Elite Four members. So because of that, that might seem like
I’m gonna pick Froakie as the better starter here because it’s better
in the early game gyms and as I’ve said
I value that more. However, there are other
factors that play here that make me select
Fennekin and Bulbasaur as the best starter combo. And there a five reasons why I’m picking them
over the others. Number one, they’re
better for Korrina. Braixen can hit
Korrina with Psybeam even if it hasn’t evolved yet, but you have to have Charizard
to get the Flying coverage. Ivysaur also resists
the fighting attacks, while Frogadier does not. Reason number two,
Delphox is not weak to the electric type moves
that Charizard is weak to which matters big
against Clemont. Mega Charizard X fixes this,
but you may be playing Y. Reason number three,
if you are playing Y, Mega Charizard Y’s Drought can harm your Greninja’s
effectiveness. Reason number four, having an
offensive poison type attack to handle Fairies super early on thanks to Venoshock on
Ivysaur is extremely helpful. And number fiver, while not
having Greninja against Olympia means you don’t have super
effective offense against her, Delphox still resists her. Now for the Generation
7 Alola games, where the starter options are
Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio. and I think the best starter
is the same in sun, moon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon and that starter is Popplio. Popplio does alright against
the Totem boss fights. It’s good against the Raticate
if you’re playing Moon or Ultra Moon thanks
to Disarming Voice, but it’s neutral
on the Gumshoos. It’s neutral against
the water trial, excels at the fire trial,
does poorly in the grass and electric trials, is
neutral in the ghost trial, and decimates the dragon trial. Incineroar fairs similarly well, swapping the fire and
dragon trial advantages for the grass and electric ones, plus ghost against the
non-Mimikyu Pokémon, while Decidueye does much
worse than the other two. So Primarina and Incineroar
fare pretty similarly against the Totem battles. But what makes Primarina
much better than Incineroar in my opinion, is how it how it performs
against the Kahunas. In which it has super effective
attacks for all of them. Disarming Voice is
good against Hala, Olivia’s team is weak to water, Nanu’s is weak to Fairy, and Hapu’s is weak to water or Fairy with her Flygon. Primarina can single
handedly beat all of them. Incineroar does a bit
better against Team Skull, ’cause they tend to have
a lot of poison types but you can’t ignore
that Primarina beats
all of the Kahunas and does well in
the Totem battles, it is the best starter
in Alola, definitely. Next is let’s go Pikachu
and let’s go Eevee, and like with the yellow
version that they are based on, you do not get an
option in starter. Let’s go Pikachu
you get Pikachu, let’s go Eevee you get Eevee. So those two Pokémon are
the best and worst starters because they are
the only starters. And finally we have generation
8, Pokémon Sword and Shield, where the starter
options are of course Scorbunny, Sobble and Grookey. I must say of all the games
in all of the generations, I think these are the games where the starters are
the most evenly matched. A big reason for that
is the first three gyms are Grass, Fire and Water. And then the fourth gym is one that all of the starters
match up neutrally against, so therefore all of them
are good against exactly one of the first four gym battles. After the first four, Inteleon and Rillaboom do well
against the Rock gym if you’re in Sword, with Inteleon being better here since only half of Gordie’s
Pokémon are weak to grass. They’re also both
good against Raihan, since two of his four Pokémon
are weak to grass and water. Cinderace does well
in the Fairy gyms since it resists all
the fairy attacks, and it dominates in the
Shield-exclusive ice gym aside from the Lapras. It’s not much help
against Raihan, but it does really
well against Rose. With all this in mind, I’ve decided that I
think the best starter in Sword and Shield
is Scorbunny. While it’s only good against
one of the first four gyms, just like the other two, the one it’s good against
is the very first one, where you have the fewest
number of team options, so that’s pretty nice. It’s the only starter equipped
to handle the Fairy gym so it gets an extra
gym point there and in Shield, it’s
amazing in the Ice gym. And in Sword, it still can
help out in the rock gym because it gets
fighting type coverage. That fighting coverage can also
come in handy against Raihan because two of his four
Pokémon are weak to fighting. Also, being able to
sweep through Rose’s team which is not a gym battle, it
might as well be counted one, is really impressive. It has four-times
super effective hits for two of his five Pokémon and the other three
are all weak to fire, that’s really good. Cinderace also handles Hop’s regularly-appearing Corviknight, plus his Dubwool and Snorlax
thanks to fighting coverage, which also helps against Marnie. It’s not that great
in the Champion’s Cup, but it can handle Leon’s
Mr. Rime and Aegislash. Also I think Pyro Ball is the
best starter exclusive move because it’s extremely strong, its Fire Blast but physical
and stronger and 100% accurate. That’s really good! So in my opinion, all three
of the starters are good but Cinderace edges the
other two out by a bit. So in the end, the best starters in
generational/regional order are Bulbasaur, Cyndaquil,
Mudkip, Chimchar, Tepig, Fennekin and Bulbasaur together,
Popplio, and Scorbunny. Wow that’s a lot of fire types. Thanks so much for watching and an extra special thanks
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Top 10 Upcoming Action RPG Games like DIABLO in 2020 |  PART 2 of 2

Hello and greetings from Eastern Europe, my
name is ColdBeerHD and this is the second part of best upcoming hack and slash isometric
games of 2020. There is no difference from which part to
begin, watch it freely. Gatewalkers As developers say, this indie co-op survival
game which tells the story of the Gatewalkers, who are able to teleport to other, mysterious
lands, each of which differs in its climate and elements of the environment. Yeah, it would be very sad if every mysterious
land looked exactly the same. Well, maybe except if that would be a mysterious
land of bouncing boobs and vodka. Then it’s ok, let it be the same, over and
over again, I don’t mind spending some time there. Well, anyway, the gameplay is primarily about
exploring a randomly generated world, surviving, fighting with difficult weather conditions
and various kinds of creatures. The thing I’m not excited at all is the
actual survival part in this hack and slash game. Here you’ll face cold & thirst, also here
you’ll have to eat just to survive, meaning that you have to find food, water and wood
for fire. Is this an overkill that will distract you
from the fun part of hacking and slashing? I don’t know, but for now it seems so. Anyway, game is not available yet in any form,
so I’ll have to check on this game a bit later again. Naxia Game is set in a fantasy world where Angels
and Demons wage an eternal war. Well, it could not get more Diablo’ish than
that. Here you’ll have to choose between four playable
characters with unique skills and fighting styles and fight for humanity. Here each playable character will progress
through a unique story-line with character-specific interactions and dialogues. Also you can uncover the power of Rage Form
– a combat ability which allows you to shape-shift into a divinely powerful inhuman monster and
eradicate your foes. Hulk… smash! Yeah, something like that. Torchlight Frontiers This is a shared world where hundreds and
thousands of players can meet, play, hunt for gear, level their characters, drink vodka,
eat marinated herring, and of course together they can do amazing raping and pillaging. So basically it’s a Torchlight 3 and at
the same time it’s an MMO. Or I can be wrong. Just remember what MMO have done with Elder
Scrolls. Yeah, Let’s be fair and square and… triangle,
if your’e fan of Torchlight, you’ll probably hate this game. And if you just want something fresh to play,
it may be a good choice. Especially knowing that the game will be free. You can sign up for a closed alpha test right
now and hope to get a key. But I must say that I have signed up about
a year ago and still nothing. Disappointed! Katanakami: A way of Samurai Game takes us to an alternative version of
the feudal Japan. Here we are told the story of a blacksmith
living near the pine tree, which is the gateway to another world. When this man was unable to pay his debts,
his daughter was kidnapped. Unexpectedly, a strange samurai approached
him with a proposal to help. And you think you know what happens next,
righ? You’re wrong. Here your task is not to kill evil jakudzas
and save the girl, oh no, here your task is to raise the money and buy-out the girl which
requires hard work in the workshop and making dangerous journeys
to the underworld itself. Unexpected this is. Yes, really quite unexpected. Minecraft Dungeons The action of the game takes place in classic
fantasy land enriched with strong magic elements. The plot revolves around a villain known as
Arch-Illager, the leader of monster armies. Players take on the role of brave adventurers
and their task is to save the village that has become this villain’s target. Here you will explore dungeons, swamps, and
canyons full of dangers. You’ll have to avoid pitfalls and fight monsters. One thing that distinguishes Minecraft: Dungeons
from other Hack and slash games that there is no character development. I think I’m gonna throw up. No no no, please mister, it’s not that bad. Instead, character development is done by
finding better and better equipment, mainly weapons. And we all like weapons right? I don’t know, this game might be not for everyone
or it might be a total hit. A way to lure younger generation to our dark
action RPG side. Oh who am I kidding, I will play this game
myself, no doubt. That’s it, my awesome list is over, but
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below. Have a nice, productive day. bye

Top 5 Nastiest Rivalries in Sports – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the Top 5 Nastiest Rivalries
in All of Sports Everyone has witnessed some heated rivalries
in their favourite sports. But there are some that are more than just
mutual disdain. In some cases, these particular rivals go
out of their way to hurt their opponents in one form or another. Here are the top 5 nastiest rivalries in all
of sports. #5 Most of the NHL. In a sport where fighting is tolerated and
vicious hits encouraged, it’s no surprise that many teams have a problem with each other. Whenever a rivalry happens, tensions are high
and martial justice is doled literally every few seconds. So who hates each other in the NHL? How about Ottawa/Toronto, Toronto/Montreal,
Montreal/Boston, New York Rangers/Boston, New York Islanders/Boston, EVERYBODY/Boston,
Chicago/Detroit, Detroit/Colorado, Washington/Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh/Philadelphia and most notably:
all 32 teams and Gary Bettman. Just turn the TV onto any NHL game and you’ll
most likely find a team playing someone they absolutely hate. #4 The State of Origin
It’s state vs state. Mate vs Mate. The State of Origin is a series of annual
exhibition rugby league games played between players from NSW and Queensland in Australia. This results in the unique scenario of teammates
of a professional team going up against each other in the State of Origin. What’s so bad about the State of Origin? Well apart from the two areas of Australia
vying for rugby supremacy – it’s basically a brawl disguised as a rugby game. The whole MO is to basically hurt your opponents
as much as possible and pretend that you’re actually playing by the rules. Vicious tackles, punches thrown and pummeling
anyone that’s wearing a different coloured jersey, is basically the bread and butter
skill of these games. And this results in … well, it results in
something like this. And it’s fantastic. #3 Galatasaray vs Fenerbace
What happens when most of Turkey supports one of two football teams? And then what happens when both teams are
the most successful in the country, mostly winning their titles and cups against their
direct rival? You get this fixture. What makes this nasty isn’t necessarily
the play on the field, but the fans off it. The Turkish people are masters of intimidating
opposing players and fans. Whether it’s through fireworks, fancy displays,
chanting mercilessly at opposing players in their hotel rooms or just trying to murder
you in the street. Crowd violence and fans being stabbed or killed
for wearing the wrong shirt is quite normal and this has unfortunately resulted in opposing
fans not being able to enter their rivals stadium. They call Galatasaray’s stadium ‘hell’
for a reason. #2 India vs Pakistan
Cricket is usually seen as a gentlemen’s game. But not when these two are concerned. It’s no secret that India and Pakistan absolutely
hate each other, and the political tensions of the two countries are certainly well documented. Rather than go at war with each other (again),
they fight each other on the cricket pitch instead. There’s a political agenda every time these
two teams meet, and should they experience defeat, the player’s lives are at risk from
extremists threatening to kill them if they lose. It’s gotten so bad, that the Indian Government
has prohibited their own players from going into Pakistan for fear of their cricketers
being murdered. Lots of intimidation between players, dirty
behavior, questionable tactics and plenty of sweet chin music, all to get an edge to
win the game. And the pressure to win this particular fixture
is biblical. Ticket requests for this fixture far surpass
any other, and when they faced each other during the 2011 World Cup in India, a 1/5th
of the world’s population tuned in to watch. Should they ever meet in an actual World Cup
final, I guarantee you that all hell will break loose. #1 Boca Juniors vs River Plate. The nastiest rivalry by far is between Argentina’s
two most popular and successful football teams. Boca Juniors & River Plate. They’re both based in the same city, and
similar to the Galatasary vs Fenerbace rivalry, most of the country supports either one or
the other. Players fear for their lives and take their
own safety into their own hands, because the fans, are complete animals that are seriously
out of control. These fans routinely throw flares and objects
at opposing players (including sometimes human excrement) and in a couple of famous cases,
they use pepper spray and tear gas to try and injure the players as they’re walking
out onto the field. That’s just the fans, who by the way, also
have a penchant of stabbing each other in the street. And I’ve not even started about the foul
play on the field. It’s pretty nasty to watch. The fixture is so dangerous for both players
and spectators, that matches are heavily enforced by police and in the famous case of the 2018
Copa Libertadores, they had to abandon the match and play it 6,500 miles away in Spain
because it became too dangerous to play the game in Argentina. Honorable mention goes to the Red Sox vs Yankees
rivalry, the two cities generally don’t like each other and neither do their baseball
teams. Rangers vs Celtic – the Glasgow rivalry
that’s started with a difference of religion and now they hate each other just because
it’s fun. And the Ohio State Buckeyes vs the Michgan
State Wolverines, though it’s been pretty one sided recently. These are what I believe to be the nastiest
rivalries in sports. And I could have mentioned more, but what
do you think? Do you think there are any that are nastier? Have you experienced more hatred than this? Let me know in the comments section below
and remember to like share and subscribe. Obviously. Ninh Ly – www.ninh.co.uk – @NinhLyUK

Top 10 Scary Video Games That Need A Remake

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Top 10 Scary Video Games That Need A Remake

Something is always touching you, however
technically nothing touches you because the atoms repell each other. Greetings gamers and welcome back to top 10
gaming, i’m your host connor munro and i’m nuts! If you’re new here or haven’t yet be sure
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end because our number one spot may bring up some memories you forgot, and because I
screw up and you’ll get to see it. Horror games have been around for a while,
and some of the old ones were really good for both their time and ours. But which ones do we need to see resurface? That’s what we’re exploring with todays
list of the Top 10 Scary Games That Need a Remake. Roll the intro. #10 Dino Crisis
Resident evil, but instead of the zombies, its dinosaurs, time travel and a drizzle of
Jurassic park. After mixing those together you will for sure
have Dino Crisis. The game tasks you to explore a top secret
research facility on the island of Ibis, which somehow has been taken over by vicious dinosaurs. Would they be vulnerable to bullets? I have no idea since this hasn’t been able
to be tested. Maybe dinosaur skin is bullet proof and could
be of use to our police force. The gameplay is tense and nerve shaking. And the encounters with the velociraptors,
pteranodons and the T-rex are truly memorable if you played the original. On harder difficulties you die constantly
and the sequel to the game is excellent focusing on more action oriented gameplay. But it cant match the horror and anxiety felt
in the original game. If this was made now oh my lord, the graphics
were good at the time, but now it would be even more terrifying and gruesome. And the things that games can get away with
these days, the amount of gore that would be present. Oh my lord. #9 System Shock 2
System Shock 2 was created by the masterminds behind the Bioshock series. It’s a futuristic fps where an alien virus
has infected the crew of a spaceship, and your job is to stop that virus from spreading. Throughout the game, you encounter infected
crew members who will lash out violently, causing you to have to put them down. But they were once your friends. Weapons must be repaired constantly while
you wade your way through frightening, psychologically terrifying locations. You have the ability to go invisible and teleport
with adds depth to the gameplay. With today’s graphics system shock 2 would
be terrifying. And with the right sound design and especially
with an updated engine the scares in this game would be a real shock to the system. I am not going to apologize for that, I stand
by what I said. #8 The Thing
The thing is a direct sequel to the 1982 john carpenter film of the same name, which Carpenter
actually endorsed. After the events of the film, two special
forces teams are sent to investigate the situation, where they come across the thing and they
must fight for their lives. This third person survival horror has you
commanding up to 3 squad members. A mechanic that was added includes levels
of fear and trust, some npcs can trust you, while others can fear you’re the thing. And any one of your team mates can be the
thing, its nerve wracking since you don’t really know who you can trust. But if this game got a graphical and engine
boost so many more things could be added. Like npcs picking up on movements to see whether
they trust you or not. Them fully trusting you if you see the thing
together in the same room, and oh my the graphics would be incredible. Think like the elder scrolls 6 graphics in
this game, oh my god it would be terrifying. #7 Dark Seed
Dark seed is an odd pick for this list. Because it’s a point and click adventure. You play as an advertising executive who ends
up getting an alien embryo shoved into his head. So basically the dude gets an alien egg implanted
in his noggin. As you play through the game, you travel to
a parallel universe and encounter plenty of aliens for yourself. And if you fail to unravel the game’s mystery,
the egg in your brain will burst out and destroy you and all of humanity. You know typical alien stuff. It’s a really interesting story but the
most memorable thing about the game was the stunning artwork from H. R Geiger. While the artwork was beautiful, it could
still use a modern revamp and with a story this interesting and with consequences you
need to experience it first-hand. And with point anfd glick games like Five
Nights At Freddy’s making a resurgence, maybe it’s time for another point and click
horror to get a shot at the spotlight. #6 Hellnight
When resident evil went big, you know that a whole slew of other dev teams hopped on
the survival horror hype train. One of the earlier and better attempts came
from Atlus’ 1998 Hellnight. While it only saw release in Japan and Europe,
it was a really unsettling game that took place in underground tunnels and communities
beneath the streets of Tokyo. When an unstoppable, genetically mutated predator
gets set loose, you must find a way to survive. No weapons, no magic, just crying. You get forced to flee if the creature comes
close, and it takes out your supporting npcs 1 by 1 in classic horror fashion. Will you make it to the surface? This game features lines like *we’re all
gonna die! Just like bugs! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha* Yes,
exactly 12 ha’s. With some deeply disturbing imagery because
could you even imagine this with modern graphics? Perhaps the simplicity of the characters is
what helps make the game so terrifying, or perhaps it’s the cold dead parted eyes that
do that instead. #5 Clock Tower: The First Fear
Originally released in 1995, Clock Tower: The First Fear is a classic horror adventure
that started the famous Clock Tower franchise. The 2D point and click thriller had some serious
scares for its gameplay. You play as an orphan who was adopted into
a family with a mansion known as Clock Tower, where you soon find yourself alone. You get stalked by a deformed boy with a large
pair of scissors and this soon becomes a staple of the franchise. I love office supply puns. The title may be outdates, but that’s exactly
why it needs a revamp with todays graphics and engines to give you a truly terrifying
and titular experience. Five Nights did in fact bring back point and
click mechanics and presented them to a younger audience who loved the hell out of it. Even the vr title got some slight hate for
not having the usual point and click mechanics. So it isn’t out of the question at all to
bring them back. #4 Nightmare Creatures
The original Nightmare Creatures is to my knowledge a little known game. The 1997 survival horror game has a ridiculously
cheesy story, which is just my pot of fondu. But the story is also rich, deep and dark
enough to keep you going and really make you feel for it. Nightmare creatures allows you to control
either Ignatuis or Nadia and you can use pistols, mines, fire bombs, magic spells and even staffs
to beat the living hell out of nightmarish demons from the deepest depths of hell. The game also adds an additional adrenaline
bar which must be replenished with battles. If it runs out you start losing health instead. If this game was updated to include modern
day mechanics and graphics, I wouldn’t leave my house. Both because I would be playing this but also
because I would be too damn terrified to step foot outside the comforts of my own personal
slice of hell. If this game was to get photo geometry and
photo grammy to get the perfect textures I don’t think anywhere would be safe. #3 Silent Hill
What I think of when I think a silent hill new age update is Silent Hills PT. We almost got a new series out of this timeless
classic, but the project was scraped. I say bring it back! Silent hill and silent hill 2 are some of
the best horror games the world has seen, and it was all controlled by a dog, but when
news dropped about a reboot that would bring the series to the modern age, we were all
stoked. Until it was announced that the project was
dropped. So based on our excitement they need to bring
it back! The series even got 2 movies, several spin
off games, and print pieces. So I think its more deserving than any to
get a remake, but we almost did so it cant be number one. #2 Sweet Home
before even resident evil, Capcom essentially if not literally pioneered the survival horror
genre with their Japan only NES title Sweet Home. You played a group of film makes investigating
an old mansion in search of priceless works of art, to probably fund their startup. The game was played from a top down perspective
and was a smash hit! The residents of the mansion however didn’t
approve of your sneaking about and decided that you need to leave. Each member of the party has special abilities
and tools that let them bypass different obstacles, and you could venture out alone, or with up
to 3 members. Sweet Home never had an official English release,
but this is the time to do so. Convert it and port it into a new engine or
even change the viewpoint to first person and you’ll have a smash hit yet again. All the Youtubers would play it and you’d
get free pr because of it. Its only logical. #1 Illbleed
The 2001 dreamcast cult classic Illbleed is one of the most psycho entries the horror
genre has ever seen. A rollercoaster ride through the horror genre’s
greatest hits and best scares. You play as Eriko Christy, where you and your
3 friends are given tickets to the walmart brand Halloween haunt called Illbleed, where
you will receive a reward of 100 million dollars for reaching the end, if you can. Dude, id do that for 100$ you kidding me I
need to pay rent. Obviously these are high schoolers with no
real responsibility. Eventually you figure out that its all a convoluted
deathtrap with the primay goal of killing you and your friends using insane enemies
and lots of mutilation. The mechanics involve keeping your pulse under
control and keeping an eye on your senses almost like they’re your vitals. If this got a new age update holy crap I don’t
think we would be able to go anywhere for the rest of our lives. And it would be far too likely that someone
would adopt the idea and use it. There we have it friends the top 10 scary
games that need a remake. What did you think of this list and what scary
games would you like to see remade? Let me know in the comments and while you’re
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Dragon Quest Games – RANKED – Worst to Best

Welcome back everyone, with Dragon Quest XI
worldwide release getting closer every day, I thought I’d put together a ranking of
every mainline entry in the series, so for today’s video we are looking at every Dragon
Quest game from worst to best. Also, this list only covers numbered titles,
so the many DQ spinoffs out there will not be included. Transition The first Dragon Quest is also the interestingly
the worst Dragon Quest. Don’t get me wrong, I actually do like the
game quite a bit and its innovation cannot be understated. DQI is the first Japanese roleplaying game,
merging together elements of western and eastern game design philosophies to produce a title
like no one has seen before. The game incorporates an open world design
and forces players to piece together clues to eventually work your way to the end boss. It doesn’t hold your hand even a step of
the way and overall the game is extremely experimental in nature, with a lot of tedious
elements being present including only one save point being present in the game world
and a seriously clunky menu system. Thankfully, the developers behind the game
know how to learn from their mistakes, so the franchise only improves from here. The next game is probably the strangest entry
on the list for a number of reasons. Dragon Quest X is the only entry on the list
that is not a single player role playing game. It is actually an MMO and so far has only
ever released in Japan. I had to jump through a few hoops to play
it including getting a little program that automatically translates the Japanese text
to English and let me tell you, I am a bit skeptical on how accurate this is. “Weird stuff” Uhhh Overall, the game hardly feels like a mainline
Dragon Quest game, it’s more of a spinoff to be honest. In DQX you do loot quests, raids with friends
and there’s even a bit of story to the game. I’m ranking it low because it is just so
different than the main games and I probably only enjoyed it more than DQI, but for an
MMO it is quite good and if it ever comes out in English, I would definitely get a membership. Dragon Quest VI. It’s a game that took forever to make its
way to the west. Originally a Super Famicom game, it got its
English Nintendo DS remake over fifteen years later improving the game in many ways. The game sees a hero who has to travel between
alternate realities, meeting new party members to eventually face off against the evil Murdaw. It is quite a good game, but overall, out
of the DS Dragon Quest games I’d say it’s the worst of the bunch and widely considered
a black sheep among the fanbase. There’s just nothing overly remarkable about
it, the story is just decent, the party members actually feel a bit flat with less companion
dialogue than DQV had and it just does not shine as brightly as IV, V and IX do which
is why I’m ranking it a bit lower. Dragon Quest II comes right off the heels
of the first game and immediately you can tell it is far improved. It still follows largely the same formula
as the first game, with cryptic hints leading you to explore a game world that truly feels
open. The world is huge, fun to explore in any direction
you want and so many elements from the first game have been fixed including multiple save
points, a more content filled world with more variety in equipment and multiple party members. The game is a great sequel that really paves
the way for the series. Dragon Quest III is an iconic classic. Serving as the origin story of the series
legendary hero, Erdrick, Dragon Quest III is an epic adventure in an open world that
massively improves upon its two predecessors. The game features a day and night cycle, the
new class system which gives players thousands of possible combinations and it introduces
a new party system which allows the player to name and create multiple characters with
different classes that come with their own strengths and weaknesses. It’s a revolutionary game that serves as the
refinement of the series and it truly feels like a role playing adventure, with players
really needing to think about every choice they make going forward. The game also improves the narrative of the
series greatly, boasting a very well thought out story involving Erdrick’s quest to defeat
the evil Baramos. This strong focus on the narrative helps bring
the world to life and the game still retains much of the investigative gameplay that the
series is known for. The GameBoy Color remake makes the original
NES classic even better. This is one GameBoy game that should not be
missed. Dragon Quest IX. This is the only game on the entire list that
is available exclusively on only one system, the Nintendo DS and it is the last Dragon
Quest game developed by Level-5 . The game is one of, if not the most visually and mechanically
impressive DS games I’ve ever seen. It features full animated cutscenes, 3D graphics
and a massive world. The game also made many changes for the series,
discarding the random monster encounters in favor of having monsters out on the field. The game follows a Celestrian, an angel like
being, who falls to Earth and has to make his or her way back to the observatory. The game is very unique in that for the first
time in the series, you can fully customize your characters down to how they look, their
gender, and even the clothes they wear. Armor and weapons actually change the appearance
of your character this time around, ensuring that no two people have the same characters. In addition, the game brings back the same
party system of Dragon Quest III, which I actually am not a huge fan of for this game. Many people note that because you make your
own party members with custom classes, names and looks, they lose out on having companions
with personalities. The companions in the game feel like empty
husks and they do not talk to you, unlike the DS remakes of IV, V, and VI which feature
unique story companions with interesting personalities that talk to you whenever you want to. This system was okay back when DQIII was out,
but this kind of party system is a bit outdated at this point. Regardless of this, the game overall is extremely
good, featuring an epic story, soundtrack, and even multiplayer options. It really showed off what the DS was capable
of and will prove as a good reason to go back to the system. Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen. It’s not just a name, the game is split up
into chapters. DQIV, originally on the NES and later remade
on the DS in an unfinished state and once again remade on mobile devices in a finished
state, is a game that kicked off the Zenithian trilogy of the games including V and VI. The game is structured in a very unique way,
focusing on multiple different characters from around the world. You play as these different characters and
learn their story, gradually leading up to everyone meeting up to defeat the evil Psaro
the Manslayer. The game extremely cool because of the way
it builds up the various characters you eventually meet and at times feels like multiple games
in one. There’s tons of party members too and they
all have unique abilities, making for a diverse lineup. Earlier I said the game was incomplete on
the DS. I really meant the localization was incomplete. The English version of Dragon Quest IV on
the DS removes one of the coolest features of the franchise, party chat. Party chat basically works by pressing the
B button whenever you want to talk to your companions and they will say something unique
almost every time depending on the situation you are in, really making them feel like people. Without this feature, thousands of lines of
dialogue were lost, which is a huge shame because this is a game with so many great
characters with great personalities and you won’t be able to even talk to them, however
luckily the mobile port completed the game and gives us all of this party chat dialogue. It is identical to the DS version in every
other way so it is the best version of the game for Westerners. If you have a phone, and yes you do, pick
this one up. This is the one everyone knows about. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
for the PlayStation 2. Dragon Quest VIII follows a band of four adventurers
tracking down a wicked Jester to undo a curse on an entire kingdom. The game’s visuals are timeless. It’s a PS2 game, but it looks fantastic, with
cel shaded visuals really bringing out the art style of Akira Toriyama. The game even has fully voiced scenes in the
English version and is the only game in the series so far to have this. Dragon Quest VIII presentation is what really
sets it apart and its story, full cutscenes and the interactions between its many characters
bring it to life. It introduces some new mechanics as well including
the ability to psyche up, the new skill point system that allows different paths for weapon
types and an alchemy pot to create new items and weapons with. The skill paths are especially great as they
allow for so many different play styles, which brings me back to this game again and again. That’s not to say that it’s a perfect game,
the battles are a bit slow to accommodate the flashy animations and you’re working
with only four different companions, which is a lot less than most games in the series,
leading to a less diverse team but when it comes down to the game’s massively improved
presentation all while maintaining the feel of the series, I would say that this is a
huge step for the franchise and one of the finest games on the PS2. Imagine a game that takes over a hundred hours
to beat. With thousands of lines of dialogue and tons
of story to get through. That’s what Dragon Quest VII is. Originally released on the original PlayStation
and nicely remade on the 3DS, Dragon Quest VII represents a huge turning point for the
series. The game stars a trio of kids who travel back
in time to restore forgotten parts of the world. It’s a super mysterious game and is very notorious
for a two hour long intro section in which you complete very challenging puzzles reminiscent
of the game Myst and along the journey you meet more characters than you can remember. The game is just huge, boasting one of gaming’s
largest scripts with over 70,000 lines of dialogue, and it introduces my absolute favorite
feature in the Dragon Quest series, the Party Chat feature, which works well to hear the
comments of Kiefer and Maribel who both have defining personalities. In addition to just how massive the game is,
it ramps up the investigative aspect of the time travel in the game requiring the players
to seriously think at times and piece together the next objective without being told exactly
what to do. The new class system is also really great,
allowing you to change the classes of you and your companions while maintaining their
personalities. Overall, its the definition of a hidden gem
and definitely the PS1’s swan song. Dragon Quest V is the best game in the entire
franchise. Its a title that takes everything good about
Dragon Quest and puts it into one package. The game is about family, friendship, and
good versus evil. The story follows one hero’s transition
from childhood to adulthood where he journeys to save his mother from the clutches of the
underworld. It’s an epic, emotional tale with extremely
well written characters and a living, breathing world that is constantly changing around you
as the years go by in the game. It also introduces many new aspects to the
series including the ability to recruit monsters you’ve fought into your already bustling
party that includes a wife that you choose yourself as well as many friends you meet
across the journey. The characters in Dragon Quest V are so well
written that you can feel a bond between them and the protagonist and the Party Chat feature
in this title is the most robust so far, with your party members having something to say
after almost any situation or talking to any NPC you meet. There is so much attention to detail put into
Dragon Quest V its ridiculous and it ends up being the most enjoyable entry in the series
to me, with every feature one could want, an extremely diverse group of multiple interesting
party members and an epic story where you find new locations on your journey to defeat
the franchise’s most evil villain yet. Dragon Quest is not just the best game in
the franchise, it very well may be the best RPG ever and is a must play for fans of the
genre. I hope you guys enjoyed the video. I wanted to thank everyone for helping me
get to one hundred subscribers recently, I couldn’t do it without everyone’s support. If your name isn’t listed, I apologize,
some people’s privacy settings don’t allow me to know you’re subbed to me. Regardless, I hope to make more content for
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Top 10 Video Games That Will Definitely Get Delayed

Thinking before we started talking must have
been very confusing. Greetings Gamers and welcome back to top 10
gaming, im your host connor munro I have failed this universe. If you’re new here or haven’t yet be sure
to like and subscribe for daily gaming content and stick around until the end for some bloopers,
because you all know by now that I cant speak. I don’t even know if that was proper grammar. Video game release dates are as unreliable
as my ex, constantly changing their minds and deciding “oh im not feeling it today,
lets to it 7 months from now instead”. Damn it Kristine. My troubled past aside, video game releases
almost always get delayed, but how about we test my psychic abilities and try to predict
some in the future huh? Because that’s what we’re discussing with
todays list of the Top 10 Video Games That Will Definitely Get Delayed. Im probably more like hindsight lad. Roll the intro. #10 Animal Crossing: New Horizons
During a Nintendo direct in September of 2018, Nintendo accounced that animal crossing would
be coming to the Nintendo switch sometime in 2019. However the new animal crossing game bummed
fans by getting delayed until march 20th 2020. This was announced during their E3 2019 nintendo
direct presentation. However, since it has been delayed before,
the company may not see it as a priority, if they are making money from something else
and need to fix an exploit or glitch, they may focus on that rather than getting the
animal crossing game to a distributable state. Which will probably be the case due to the
fact that Nintendo recently announced the expansion for sword and shield that adds additional
pokemon. So they may end up working on the next one
and push animal crossing again. Remember that they delayed it once, therefor
they will delay it again. Plus can we really trust Nintendo anymore? The switch cant handle all the pokemon, pft
I call shenanigans! #9 Persona 5 Royal
P5R is an enhanced port of persona 5, and will be released exclusively on the ps4. The game was teased on December 30th 2018,
and there were no details behind the project. The game released in Japan oh Halloween of
2019 and is set to release on march 31st of this year. With persona 5 having been delayed, its fairly
evident that the remake/port will need to be delayed as well. Ports are sometimes complicated, you think
that everything is working fine, but all of the sudden one thing stops working, and you
try to fix it, but then something that was working stops so you need to fix that too. Whatever the case may be it will definitely
get delayed, and there is still like 2 months to delay it. Unless they’ve been working really hard
to get everything done, the English release will be delayed. Even if they do it just to troll the hell
out of you. #8 The Last of Us 2
Ironically this game has already been delayed. But my guess is that it’s going to get delayed
again. Like I said with animal crossing, delay me
once and you’ll delay me again. Playstation and Naughty Dog announced the
release date of Febuary 21st 2020. But only a few weeks after announcing that
the game got delayed to May 29th 2020. Now let it be known when I picked these numbers
I had no idea that some of them had been delayed already, I just think its ironic that the
games I honestly thought would get delayed have already been in some cases. Maybe that just means im a good judge of delaying. People should pay me to tell you if a game
will be delayed. But I guess technically that’s what’s
happening right now, since doing this list is my job. Damn okay. I just think its key to keep In mind that
I think these games will get delayed again if they have already been delayed in the past. #7 Disintegration
In earth’s near future, climate extremes, over population, food shortages and a global
pandemic led to nations collapsing and the human race on the brink of extinction. So science invented what we have all been
wanting, a human brain being removed and being put into a robot. It was supposed to be temporary, and it was
a good thing for a while until humans didn’t wanna go back and started killing each other. While this game seems very interesting and
I’ll for sure play it, I have a feeling that its set release of 2020 is gonna get
delayed. While it may still be in 2020, I think that
when they release a day the game is gonna get pushed back to late this year.They may
say in the summer, but my best bet is October of this year or even into april of 2021. Which is saying a lot because at this point
we’re like only 3 weeks into 2020. #6 Watch Dogs Legion
This game is promising some big things. Being able to recruit anyone in the game and
turn them into a playable character for your rebellion is no small feat. And this game has already been delayed as
well. The initial release date was March 6th 2020
and now has been moved to some point during the 2020-2021 fiscal year. So close to the end of the year, but its gonna
be in 2021 and we all know it. They’re trying to give everyone their own
set of abilities and stats. It’s a huge task, and based on the sales
of the last game im pretty sure they need to nail this on the head to be able to get
anything out of this. And they’ve given us a big promise. So they need all the time in the world to
deliver. This could very well be one of those games
that’s always in development. Because it’s such a massive undertaking. #5 Half-Life: Alyx
Half Life Alyx is a vr half life game set to release in march of this year. But after the announcement the Vale Index,
the valve vr headset, sold out. This may end up being what causes the game
to get delayed. While Valve is trying to get the headsets
manufactured in time to get them shipped before release, but if they aren’t able to meet
demand, the easiest thing to do would be to delay the game release and take some time
to manufacture all the headsets that are on demand. If its no because of that, its because they’re
fixing the game world. Boneworks came out in December of last year
and has a fully interactable game world. This means that if Half Life Alyx, which seems
to be advertising a similar thing, doesn’t have that, boneworks will still have the more
advanced technology. And people were pissed at spiderman ps4 for
not having enough puddles, have you seen the puddles in the trailer for this game? There isn’t any reflection at all! Its not even raytraced! #4 Diablo IV
For anyone excited for Diablo 4 you already have quite the wait on your hands. When the game was announced at Blizcon 2019
they never set a release date, and it doesn’t look like they will soon. Luis Barriga, the game director said that
a game of this scope takes time and that it wont be coming out soon, not even blizzard
soon. Based on the last diablo game, it was announced
in 2008 and not released until 2012, so if we can expect something similar to that, we
will most likely see a 2023 release, or since the game is massive and Barriga is setting
the expectations low, like I did throughout high school, we may even see later. Its safe to assume that any release date we
see before 2023 will be pushed back more and more, and if it does get announced for sometime
this year, it will be absolutely terrible if released. Unless they’ve been working in secret and
basically have the game done, and only said those things to throw you off. #3 Metroid Prime 4
Almost 1 year ago Nintendo released an update about the next installment in the Metroid
Prime series, and that they were going to restart development with the Metroid game. Starting from the ground up, and announcing
that the installment would be delayed. Claiming that the quality was not up to standards
and that it was not what they wanted from a new Metroid prime game. So what you’re saying is that the quality
was poor, so you restarted development, but you released a Pokemon game with hardly any
pokemon in it? WHAT THE ACTUAL FRICK NINTENDO! YOU FRICKING FRICKS! Well, if the game isn’t up to standards
again, unless they’re dropping. We will see the game get delayed yet again,
perhaps this will be the half-life 3 of Nintendo and we will never truly see Metroid Prime
4. But there could have been some internal struggle
instead of the reasons given by Nintendo. However im sure everything will be revealed
when we actually get the game, at some point. #2 Elder Scrolls 6
HA! This game is the definition of delayed. The Half Life 3 of Bethesda was announced
with a 36 second teaser at E3 in 2018 and the community exploded. He said then that the game would be released
after Starfield, which hasn’t gotten itself a release date yet. And based on the teaser we got, we literally
know nothing about the game. We know that it was announced, and we know
that Todd Howard claimed we would be playing it for 10 years, but in all honesty we probably
wont see the damn thing for 10 years, then it will be delayed until 2033 because why
not? They can just release skyrim again and everything
will be fine. Skyrim with a full body sensor suit, giving
you actual damage and at that point they’d have to ban all the lovers lab mods because
we all know where that was going. And they better ban them because oh my lord
I never want to see Alduin like that again. I don’t know why I watched that video. #1 Cyberpunk 2077
Literally the day im writing this, January 16th 2020, Cyberpunk 2077 has just been announced
it has been delayed just 9 minutes ago. I put this number down before I got to actually
writing the numbers and im in all honesty surprised it managed to happen so perfectly
with the timing and the number and I literally search up cyberpunk 2077 and see that its
delayed trending. It feels so good to be right. The game was originally set to release on
April 16th, however t has now been delayed to September 17th of this year. IN an official statement CD Projekt Red said
that the game is currently complete and playable, but there is still work to be done. Apparently Night City is massive and full
of stories that probably need to be fleshed out more. The sheer size and complexity of this game
requires them to do more playtesting since they want to make the game perfect on launch. Which we know it wont be. There will be at least 2 updates for bug fixes
they couldn’t find with the testers. There we have it friends the top 10 video
games that will definitely get delayed. Be sure to comment down below with what games
you think will be delayed and what games you hope wont be. And if you enjoyed why not be nice and like
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Ninh explains, The Worst Fan Giveaways in
Sports. Ah sports teams – they’ll do anything
to try and entice you into their stadiums, and that includes giving away free stuff.
Now, I like stuff, especially if it’s free. But some teams really shouldn’t bother because
they don’t get the concept of trying to make people actually come back to the stadium
to watch more games. These are some of the worst fan giveaways
you’ll ever see. Zim-bear – Tampa Bay Rays.
Imagine a teddy bear that had sexual relations with Don Zimmer, the stony faced manager of
the Tampa Bay Rays – and you get this, the ZimBear. This creepy monstrosity was an actual
giveaway in 2012, and you’d think that no-one would actually take one of these things home
because of the … you know … weirdness and all. But people actually liked the damn
thing and it was so successful, they repeated the same promotion a month later. Those people
in Tampa must really hate the crappy play on the field if they came back TWICE just
for a creepy little teddy bear. School folders, Toledo MudHens
Minor league baseball is jam packed full of stupid giveaways. And the Mudhens are no exception.
I have no idea why they decided to give away paper-based school folders. But you don’t
get just one school folder, no no no, you get three – which demonstrates the sheer
generosity (or stupidity) of the Mud Hens marketing department. Seriously guys, why? Circular Seat Cushions, Toronto FC
To celebrate the inaugural game of Toronto’s brand-new MLS team, each fan in attendance
was given a commemorative seat cushion. ‘That’s a pretty good gift’, I hear you say. But,
when Danny Dichio scores their first ever goal – those seat cushions became oversized
frisbees that littered the entire field. And it took forever for the ground staff to clear
them out of the way. Funnily enough, Toronto FC has never given away seat cushions ever
again. Similar incidences have happened to Florida
Panthers with plastic rats, and hockey hard hats from the Chicago Blackhawks. Good ideas
in theory, but … Wise men bobble heads – Nashville sounds
Bobble heads are a common giveaway and if it’s of a cool player, it’s actually kinda
collectable. But I think the promotional team at the Nashville Sounds have been smoking
the ganja, because they decided to make bobbleheads of the three wise men – even though nobody
knows what they actually look like – if they even existed at all. And to make matters
worse, they gave them away … in July. 5 months before Christmas. Toiletry bags – Chicago Cubs.
The Cubs really hit a low point in 2013 where their game night promotion was giving away
toiletry bags. Not those fancy ones that you buy in a shop of course, the ones that you
typically find at any international airport. That they give away. For free. To every passenger
that walks through it’s terminals. Well, at least you won the world series recently,
so you can use that to make people forget about your terrible promotions – I guess. Mike Trout Fish Hat – LA Angels.
Mike Trout has an interesting last name … I know, let’s cash in on it? Yes, the Angels
marketing department gave away hats in the shape of trouts and I don’t know who in
their right mind wore this outside of the stadium, but you can still find them on eBay
from time to time. Unfortunately, none of these sellers ship to England. Which is a
shame, because I was planning on wearing this at my upcoming wedding. 10 cent beer night. Cleveland Indians.
10c for a beer, that’s fantastic! And you could buy 6 at a time?! What’s the worst
that could happen? Apart from fans getting so drunk off cheap beer that they fought each
other, vomited everywhere, ran onto the field, stole the bases and rioted to the point where
the game was eventually abandoned, you mean? In hindsight, it was a complete disaster,
but hey at least the beer was cheap. A bag of shit – Seattle Mariners.
In 2011 – the Mariners were on some kind of green phase and their most notable contribution
to saving the environment? Giving away bags of soil for the first 5,000 fans to enter
Safeco Field. Yay, compost, that’ll make a great valentine’s day gift. Nothing says
I love you more than a literal bag of crap that you got from a ballpark. Bubble Wrap – Altoona Curve
The undisputed kings of giving away garbage gifts is the Altoona Curve Baseball team.
In fact, they actually do it on purpose. Some of their ‘wonderful’ giveaways include
useless squares of bubble wrap – which wasn’t big enough to protect anything you send in
the mail. And photographs of removed gallbladders. You know, just because every baseball fan
needs to see what a removed gall bladder looks like. How much do I not want to go to an Altoona
Curve game, right about now? Urine Cups – Vero Beach Devil Rays.
As part of an anti-doping promotion in 2008, the Vero Beach Devil Rays gave away 200 pee
cups to the first 200 fans in attendance. I’m not actually sure what the fans did
with those cups and I don’t know what’s actually worse. Giving away the urine cups
in the first place, implying that those first 200 fans are on steroids like McGwire, or
only being able to afford just 200 cups. A funeral – Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
In 2013, the IronPigs were having a ‘celebrate life’ promotion … and they commemorated
this by giving away a bloody funeral. Yes, one lucky fan walked away from the ballpark
with an all expenses paid trip to a hole in the ground or really hot oven of their choice.
It sounds kinda kooky, but I’d still take that over a bag of soil and a Mike Trout Fish
hat any day of the week. Have you been to a sports event and received
a really crap gift? Was it worse than any of these? As always, like, share and subscribe
and let us all know in the comments section below, so that we can have some of these “marketing
executives” fired for their gross ineptitude. Ninh Ly – @NinhLyUK – www.ninh.co.uk

Best Upcoming Platformer games of 2020 | Part 1 of 5

Hello, my name is ColdBeer and this is the
first part out of five about best upcoming platformer games of 2020. Ori and the Will of the Wisps Here you once again assume the role of the
Ori. This time around, young spirit goes outside
the Nibel forest to discover his true destiny. Although there are many threats awaiting him
in the exotic world, there are also allies who will gladly reach out a helping hand. First part was gobsmacking, the art part was
absolutely incredible, I cannot wait for the second part of this amazing game Noita This is a magical action roguelite set in
a world where every pixel is physically simulated. Fight, explore, melt, burn, freeze and evaporate
your way through the procedurally generated world using spells you’ve created yourself. Explore a variety of environments ranging
from coal mines to freezing wastelands while delving deeper in search for unknown mysteries. Oddworld: Soulstorm The story in game is a dark take on the Oddworld
universe and uses the same plotlines, ideas and views on consumerism and capitalism in
a new way. Once again, we play as the Mudokon named Abe. After the events of Oddworld: New ‘n’
Tasty Abe leads three hundred former slaves, who he freed from the Glukkons’ grip. Abe and his company are facing a dreadful
situation. They have to go through a desert without any
food, water, or hope. After some time, they find relief in a mysterious
addicting brew. Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course This is the official expansion to a wonderful
Cuphead, which was released in 2017. Game delighted critics and players with its
unique graphics inspired by classic American cartoons from the 1920s and 1930s. The expansion offers a completely new island
with many new levels, secrets and boss battles. Players can use new weapons and charms. Looks like a true gem for every fan of really
hard games. Spelunky 2 This is the upcoming sequel to Spelunky, a
unique roguelike platformer game created by developer Derek Yu. Spelunky 2 has been confirmed for launch on
PlayStation 4 and Steam. Other platforms are still being considered
but may not become available until after the initial release. Once again players will journey deep underground
and explore amazing places filled with traps, treasure, and secrets – but this time as Ana
Spelunky. Super Meat Boy Forever Once again we play as the Meat Boy, but this
time we do not have full control over him. He continuously runs ahead, we can only help
him avoid all sorts of traps and obstacles. Game features a single player campaign of
six chapters. As you play, you will not only jump around,
but also fight with powerful bosses. In addition to single player, the game offers
the so-called Endless mode where we have to run as far as possible and obviously survive
as long as possible. Kunai The world depicted in Kunai was almost completely
exterminated. The human race is practically extinct and
the world is dominated by robots. The player plays one of them – Tobbi, who
is connected with the soul of an ancient warrior. He sets out on a journey whose aim is to know
the meaning of existence itself. That’s it, thank you for watching, first
part out of five is over. Please check out the other parts and don’t
hesitate to press that subscribe button. Bye.