This is one of those blog posts I just have to do while the thought is still fresh in my mind. If not and I wait until later, I will have forgotten what I wanted to say.
New videos are coming soon, I promise! Just haven’t had much motivation lately, but a mass recording session will happen today to get loads of content ready to last at least 2 weeks.
In the latest Nintendo Direct stream, it was announced that the 3DS and Wii U are getting a YouTube app. Details of how the apps work were shown as it takes advantage of the two-screen system of both formats.
Hello sweet visitors of Mental Gamers, isn’t it a lovely Monday morning? Well, no. The weather is miserable outside and the developer of Day One: Garry’s Incident has decided to enforce copyright restrictions on YouTube critics.
I honestly had no idea, I know no-one who works for Sony on a personal basis and am not some pointless analyst who makes up stuff, but just five days ago, I tweeted something that I never thought would actually become a reality, until an official announcement.
Do you play Yoostar 2 and want to show off your skills to the world? Now you can thanks to the new ability to do so instead of just being tied to the Facebook game, Yoostar Playground which is also having new stuff added in the next couple of weeks. “Integrating YouTube into the Yoostar community provides unparalleled reach for users to share their performances with the world. By bringing together the three formerly separate worlds of console gaming, social networking and social video sharing we’ve taken a big step toward realising our vision: to create the world’s first social video gaming network,” said Stephanie Morgan, Vice President of Social Gaming at Yoostar Entertainment Group.
If it has something to do with sex, MG likes and it seems something called Dirty Jack: Love Fetish now has an interactive video on YouTube, not sure how they made it interactive… “Our titles often appeal to consumers who wouldn’t necessarily call themselves gamers,” said Jacek Maciak, CEO of Witchcraft Studios. “Partly, it’s because we tell the kind of stories that can easier be found on TV or in a comedy film than in video games. More importantly though, our products are available on devices of everyday use, such as mobile phones and tablets, as opposed to dedicated gaming hardware. Thanks to YouTube, we can reach an underserved audience craving for this type of interactive entertainment.”