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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week.

“The Angry Video Game Nerd”

“He’s gonna take you back to the past, to play the shitty games that suck ass. He’d rather have a buffalo take a diarrhea dump in his ear. He’d rather eat the rotten asshole of a road killed skunk and down it with beer. He’s the angriest gamer you ever heard. He’s the angry Nintendo nerd. He’s the angry Atari Sega nerd. He’s the Angry Video Game Nerd.”

If you haven’t seen any of AVGN’s videos, man are you missing out! AVGN dons a button up white collared shirt with glasses and many pens in his front pocket. He reviews games for old systems, and his reviews end up with him yelling odd obscenities in the most hilarious way possible.

To date, AVGN has made over 100 episodes, regularly including all kinds of video game history and the rarest of video games. Beginning this month he is coming out to California to create a full length movie.

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“Over 24 Hours into the Q*Bert World Record”

People and their world records. Can you imagine forgoing sleep to play a video game for over 70 hours straight?!! George Leutz attempted to beat a 28-year-old world record for Q*Bert and made it over 24 hours into the challenge. It is his third attempt so far.  Did he beat the record?  Check out the article to find out!

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“The Big Question of 2012 – Will Star Wars: The Old Republic Claim WoW Subscribers?”

Unless you have seriously been living in a hole, under a rock, and beneath the very foundation of your parent’s basement, you know Star Wars: The Old Republic MMORPG claimed the game time of millions of gamers over the past two weeks. Early access customers were granted access December 13th and the rest of the world December 20th. If you actually have been living under said rock and don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, you can find details about the new MMORPG at this link.

BountyHunterPowertech The Big Question of 2012 – Will Star Wars: The Old Republic Claim WoW Subscribers?


“Is the Avenger Controller Worth the Cost?”

The Avenger controller – born from a disability, suitable for all gamers. It is meant to “to improve your situational awareness, accuracy, agility, and reaction time […] Equipped with a stabilizer stand, customizable levers, high-precision tension straps, hair-trigger capabilities, and sensitivity adjusters, the Avenger can be fine-tuned like an instrument.” Man, that’s a lot to expect from a controller add on!

ps3 avenger controller 4 Is The Avenger Controller Worth the Cost?


“Video Game Music Celebrated with Symphony Performances Worldwide”

How many video game music downloads are on your iPod? The music from video games is so addictive, you sometimes can’t get enough of it from just playing the game. Not only have symphonic renditions of music appeared in video games, but video game music has appeared in symphony halls around the world. The year comes the symphony tour of music from The Legend of Zelda for the series’ 25th anniversary.

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