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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Issue: Games: Communities


Hey so what happened to Trey? Heard some neighbor dropped him while he was walking to his fams house at that gated community a couple days ago. They say some neighborhood watch type dude saw him out there in the night and thought he looked sketchy, so he followed him in his car. They say Trey dipped, but ended up losing a step.

They say it was self defense, the reason they dropped him, but I dunno...  I mean the kid was walking around in a gated community at night. Family in there or no, who just walks somewhere in the middle of this night these days, everybody has a car. I been crawling but haven't been able to find out anything conclusive.

Anyway, looks like Lego game dude and the disaster team got shit sorted out. One less thing I guess. It's crazy though. So the adult neighborhood watch guy followed Trey in his car, at night, and Trey was the suspicious one? Man, I dunno about all that.

The Protoculture Mixtape V.57 Issue: People: Lets Live 

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Issue: People: Lost Boys


The Lost Boys is a movie about a gang of vampires that live in Santa Carla. The leader of the coven is Kiefer Sutherland and they mostly just hang out around the boardwalk nicking corndogs like everybody else in Santa Carla.

And they were getting along alright doing that until some dude gets the attention of Kiefer Sutherland's vampire lady, so Keifer Sutherland starts doing shit like saying his takeout is maggots, and then when dude looks down he is like "Oh shit!" Later on the vampires decide to just kill him and it gets a little weird, but that's pretty much the gist of what went on.

I thought I was going to get to meet the lost boys when I was a student at city college a medium time ago, but they turned out to just be Africans that called themselves the lost boys. I shared an English class with one of them and we got to chatting after he noticed a Dr. Octagon sticker on my binder. He was a good enough dude, nothing really out of the ordinary about him cept how much he liked soccer.

Sounds like he had it bad back home though. Some days we would take the study session to the cafeteria and sit with his loud ass buddies. The stories they told... holy shit. I mean, I have a heard dark tales of the trap, the grimiest nights on the road, hell I was even tempered in the fire of my hometown psychopaths opus Season of tha Sikk. But the stories they told about what they had to do and see to live long enough to get out of thier own country, just a whole nother thing altogether.

Anyway, long story short I didn't even need that elective to get my general, must have been a leftover when I switched majors. Think I squeaked out of there with a low - mid B, but still it would have been better to not have taken the class at all to keep the average right.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Issue: Games: Player Bugs




Well that's done. Default Tester is up and running. Feel free to go in there and write bugs to your hearts content! Here is how it works:

- You are playing a video game and find a bug. Oh noes!

- Sign up and create an account, or cruise around incognito and check out any games test plan

- If your don't see the game you want to write a bug on, on the main page click the platform tab (PC/Xbox360/PS3/WII) and enter the game into the search field (trust us, its there). After that agree to create the test plan and viola!

-Then just navigate to the issues tab inside of the created test plan and click "Create New issue."

And there you go, you have yourself a bug, and are now officially a part of the quality assurance team. Yeah I know, try and contain your excitement. From there you can go to the games official forums to link the issue, and now you are directly communicating your issues to developers. Yatta!

If you have any questions just get in touch with John, Creanium, or myself, and we will help ya sort it out, or help you get in touch with someone that can. Anyway, yeah that's about it, Back to this ME multi-player, who'da thunk it would be this good?

The Protoculture Mixtape V.55 Issue: People: Conversate

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