Newegg Now is LIVE! Vlogging from Newegg Studios in southern California, taking a quick look at putting together a one hour live broadcast. Maybe the most nervous I’ve been to do a broadcast in years, and happily Trisha Hershberger totally saved my ass. Here we go!
New episodes of Newegg Now every Thursday!
Catch the second episode of Newegg Now https://youtu.be/dgx9MNYe8Yk
In the first-ever episode of Newegg Now, Trisha and Juan Carlos share exclusive limited-time deals, discuss the latest Windows 10 updates, the newest member of the Surface family, RAM overclocking, 180-degree gaming, and what makes a good gaming chair. Episode partners include Microsoft, G.SKILL, MSI, and Vertagear.
I have been playing with the Nintendo Switch for 5 days, and I love the way the system is presented. However, using it for a few days, I’ve noticed some issues that might have caused me to wait before dropping so much money on a 1st generation Switch system.
Hopefully we can find a solution to most of these issues.
Gender politics in gaming is usually a topic I would avoid, but some of the online reactions I’ve witnessed to Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 are leaving me genuinely curious about the state of gaming and activism. This is a potentially toxic topic, but I’m still honestly asking: Why might it be a bad thing if some games are made and marketed specifically for men?
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I focus a bit more on traditional headphones and monitors, so when Trisha Hershberger stopped by my office with a pair of gaming headsets, it was a fun experiment for me to compare two different headset solutions from Kingston and Creative.
Hyper X Cloud II or Creative Evo ZXR? Let’s BATTLE!
The team at RealmPictures created a live action first person shooter with graphics, a Duke Nukem voice for the main character, hordes of zombies, weapon upgrades, and a killer boss battle. All of this streaming live, with game play controlled via random strangers shouting commands on Chatroulette.
It looks like this would have been a really fun project to work on, and the responses from people playing are hilarious.