UFC 175 Rousey fits in a gif
It’s amazing to see a whole UFC fight fit into a animated GIF, but what’s even more amazing is how much she dominated this BJJ specialist. I really want to see her fight Cyborg, not because it will be a good fight, but I think Cyborg is the only one other than Meisha Tate can give Rousey an actual fight at this point. I really was hoping to see Mayweather, Silva, Rousey and even a small chance of Broner retiring undefeated but now it looks like it will just be Rousey and Mayweather. I really respect and appreciate how much Rousey respects Mayweather and how she see’s past the showmanship and appreciates the hard work.
Mayweather wins again, beats Maidana…
I know that picture isn’t from the fight, but it summarizes what’s so great about Mayweather. (updated with pics from fight) Also I want to say that the judges did a pretty good job. You have to realize that you are somewhat biased when it comes to judging Mayweather fights. We are so used to him dominating the center of the ring, that we give the other fighter a pass when it comes to them losing the center of the ring battle, but that is the most important part of the fight. Who controls the center of the ring? Mayweather, hands down, every time. So when Maidana runs in like a bull and pushes him to the ropes and throws a shit load of sloppy punches, people act like he won the round. I had Mayweather barely losing just two rounds, and that was more about Mayweather taking his time, establishing his defense, and not throwing enough punches. And even those two rounds are debatable, because judges don’t give points for that kind of technique, but that is an integral part of him winning the fight.
I really think that boxing and MMA needs to take a look at how they judge fights and establish a worldwide standard that boxers and trainers agree with. I personally don’t think Maidana is a big enough sell to get a rematch. The guy hasn’t even bothered to learn English, if he did, I really think it would improve his purse and his marketability. I understand having pride about your culture, but English is the best and most efficient language, and you’ll make more money.
Name that beat…
Winner gets a prize tbd, that will be worth at least $100, guaranteed… word is bond and all that legal jargan.
Pacquiao wins! Bradley vs. Pacquiao 2 Retribution
Pacquiao wins the remath, gets his retribution in what was a clear win. I agree with the judge that had it 118 to 110, I only gave two rounds to Bradley. Definitely the 2nd and 3rd rounds were for Bradley and possibly the 11th. The 5th round and a few other rounds were close but you could tell Bradley had to go at full force to match Pacquiao’s skills the first five rounds, and then he just dumped, he tried to act like he was trying to bait him to come in, but really he just gassed out. I’m happy to see Pacquiao earn this victory after such a ridiculous judgement two years with the first loss, and even though there will probably be a rematch, I really don’t care for it. Bradley made some excuse about his leg giving out or being pulled or some bullshit, but he just doesn’t have the skills or power necessary to take out Pacquiao.
Broken Age Backer… Proof!
Just got through the first act of Broken Age, and wow, what an awesome ending. I was pleasantly surprised and I don’t understand how anyone can complain about this game. I think any of the reviews that were harsh, didn’t really play the game. They probably either watched a walkthrough or had a walkthrough on hand while they were playing. I was a backer so I got the game in January, so I took my time playing through the first act. I usually play adventure games in spurts, because when I get stuck I like to stop playing and do something else so I come back to the game with a fresh perspective. I never really got stuck and only had to look at a walkthrough twice, but even then, I didn’t really use the walkthrough, I just saw what puzzle they had to work on next, and then I focused on that puzzle and eventually figured it out on my own. It’s really too easy to use walkthroughs nowadays with youtube, so I think for the second act, I’m really going to try to never use one. With a well written and designed game like this one, and all of Tim’s and doublefine’s games, the solutions to the puzzles are always really cohesive and makes sense if you think about it logically. I actually wasn’t a fan of the art style when I first saw it, but it really has grown on me, and with Tim’s awesome writing the world and characters feel alive and the art style fits now that I’ve played through it. I really wish that I had no idea that the ending was going to be such a big deal, but even knowing it was going to be a big twist in the plot, I still had no idea how the two stories were going to cross.
Oh and here is proof that I backed the game, it’s awesome to see your name involved in such an important game. Hopefully they made millions of dollars already and the second act will be a huge payday for the company.
Awesome fan art of Broken Age and Wilfred, because Elijah Wood is in Wilfred.
Demonoid is back again…
The green devil is back. Demonoid is back and up and running, surprisingly quickly. I’ve already seen the newest links up on there. It’ll probably take a month or so for it to really catch up and beat the old bay of pirates, but it’s already on a great start. Really it’s the best engine to show you what is the best available version of whatever you’re looking for.
“Like Me” the Movie, Lol
Double Fine’s Broken Age
Broken Age part one is out for backers of the game’s Kickstarter (yes, all 87,142 of them), Double Fine confirmed. Broken Age is the result of the Double Fine Adventure Kickstarter campaign, which raised $3.3 million in March 2012, after asking for just $400,000. That campaign historically kicked off the level of attention gaming Kickstarters enjoy today.
“Haven’t shipped a game of my own in 4.5 years, an adventure game in 16, a point-n-click in almost 20. Next Tuesday is going to be exciting!” Double Fine founder Tim Schafer tweeted.
In July 2013, Double Fine announced that it needed more money to complete Broken Age, and it would split the game into two parts, the first of which would land on Steam Early Access in January. Sales from the first half of Broken Age and other Double Fine games are intended to sustain production of the second half.