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Click for full size I watched some Fortnite streams this weekend and boy, it was not for me. Maybe because I’m older, maybe because I’m calm or maybe because I’m in control of my emotions I hardly get that crazy outburst of emotions when something very common like a critical hit killing someone happens. I get it, streamers need to pump it up otherwise the channel end up tepid and you can even start getting in the mood if you do it but some people do it better than others and when everybody is having hysterical attacks to stuff which happen every game like dying to a RIP Tire or a Dragonblade it gets old. But hey, some people do fanservice, others do clickbait with reaction faces, we all fight with the weapons we have I guess.

Charity Event Awesome Games Done Quick Raises Over $2.3 Million

 Awesome Games Done Quick (AGDQ), the annual speedrunning event that raises funds for charity, raised over $2.3 million this year for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. The official final tally came in at midnight last night, with its official numbers at an incredible $2,394,668. This beats its previous record from last year, where the event raised $2.2 million. This year’s week-long event took place from January 6 to 13, where speedrunners raced through titles like Bloodborne, Hollow Knight, Cuphead, and more. The grand total for #AGDQ2019: $2,394,668. Thank you to everyone for supporting this event. We honestly couldn’t have done it without you. — Games Done Quick (@GamesDoneQuick) January 13, 2019 The organizers are already looking towards their next speedrunning event, Summer Games Done Quick, which they announced will be held from June 23 to 30.

Katana Zero Shows Off Its Heavy Synths and Swords in a New Trailer

A new trailer dropped for upcoming Indie action game Katana Zero, and it certainly delivers some top-speed action in a 64-bit package. The side scroller game immerses itself in a cyberpunk aesthetic, with heavy synths and excessive uses of neon. But what sticks out most of all is its combat. Katana Zero looks like it lives for its speed with quick killing with well…a katana. You can quickly strike enemies as you pass by or deflect oncoming bullets for stylish kills. There also seems to be some motorcycle combat so you can get your Akira fix in 2019. Probably the most interesting mechanic in the game is the ability to slow time so you can get that dodge or kill in the most badass way possible. Levels seem to vary from dark cities, mansions, and even mines. All of these levels I’m sure will have…