In a previous article, it was reported that one independent creator wanted to sell a game called “Bloodied Fear” on Steam for $ 2 million. Well apparently Steam didn’t think the $2 million price was very funny, so the game currently banned on Steam.
Real1, who wrestled in the WWE under the name Enzo Amore, responded to reports he was “released” from Major League Wrestling.
The semi-retired Total War: Warhammer streamer announced Sunday that some criminal had recently broken into his home.
The game is called “Bloodied Fear” and in all fairness to the publishers, it does look pretty fun. It’s a retro, side-scrolling beat-em-up game in the spirit of “Double Dragon” and “Streets of Rage.” Reviews are mostly positive.
Our dear friend Ku’gath has got a seemingly nice start location. An island all to himself (after he deals with some NPC lizards) with no neighbors to your southern or eastern border. The ogres to the west are unlikely to get in the water also, so really all you have to do is advance north from there. But once you do, you encounter one huuuuuuuge problem.
Loremaster of Sotek, a streamer famous for his encyclopedic knowledge of the Warhammer universe, announced Thursday on Twitter that he’d been the latest victim of a YouTube/Google hacking spree. The hackers changed his logo to a Mercedes icon, but no new videos appeared on the channel.
The episode aired in January, 1997, just under a year before Farley’s death. Farley made a few television appearances that year, visiting as a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” that same month and hosting “Saturday Night Live in October.” But by that point in his career, Farley focused most of his energy on movies.
At about one third the width of a human hair, these images cannot be seen without the aid of a microscope. They began with a practical purpose. Copyright infringement within industry ran rampant in the 1980s, and microscopic images on integrated circuits were devised as a way to prove if one of their designs were stolen
Kraken the Box, a YouTube channel run by a child who has had to receive two heart transplants, has reached 200,000 subscribers mere days after reaching his goal of 100,000 subscribers.
Kraken the Box, a YouTube channel run by a Make a Wish child named “Captain Kori,” has been restored after having been removed the previous day.