ISIS recruiting tactics: Apple pie and video games
He says his favorite dessert is hot apple pie with ice cream on top. That he maintains his beard using shampoo, scented oils, and a comb. And that the day he fell in love was the day he embraced Islam.
These personal details are part of a Q&A with an ISIS recruiter on Ask.fm, a popular site where people can ask questions anonymously.
His photo is cut off to conceal his identity, and beside it is the tagline “Im just like you” — common for ISIS recruiters on social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
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ISIS recruiting tactics: Apple pie and video games

He says his favorite dessert is hot apple pie with ice cream on top. That he maintains his beard using shampoo, scented oils, and a comb. And that the day he fell in love was the day he embraced Islam.

These personal details are part of a Q&A with an ISIS recruiter on Ask.fm, a popular site where people can ask questions anonymously.

His photo is cut off to conceal his identity, and beside it is the tagline “Im just like you” — common for ISIS recruiters on social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

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Zelda fans re-making Ocarina of Time in 2D

Fans of Nintendo’s N64 classic Zelda: Ocarina of Time are trying to remake the entire adventure in 2D for PC.

The game is being shrunk down to the series’ classic top-down view, similar to the one used in Zelda games for the NES, SNES and on handhelds.

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TWITCH.TV: GAMES, STREAMS, AND METRIC CRAP TON OF MONEY
Twitch.TV is undeniably the biggest streaming website in the world right now. With more than 200,000 at the time of writing this there are a lot of fans of the platform. These fans can pay some increment of money to a streamer to show their support to the streamer or even Twitch itself. But how is Twitch affecting the game industry? Is it showing people games that they could get into and allowing them to talk with their favourite players? Or is it allowing people to be taken advantage of in both money and time?
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TWITCH.TV: GAMES, STREAMS, AND METRIC CRAP TON OF MONEY

Twitch.TV is undeniably the biggest streaming website in the world right now. With more than 200,000 at the time of writing this there are a lot of fans of the platform. These fans can pay some increment of money to a streamer to show their support to the streamer or even Twitch itself. But how is Twitch affecting the game industry? Is it showing people games that they could get into and allowing them to talk with their favourite players? Or is it allowing people to be taken advantage of in both money and time?

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Top 5 Games About Middle-earth
Tomorrow, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor hits store shelves. It gives us a closer look at the blasted wasteland that Sauron calls home during the time period between The Hobbit and The Fellowship of the Ring. Our review is pretty positive, so it’s definitely a title that should be on your radar…but it isn’t the only game set in Tolkien’s universe worth playing. If you want to avoid the dreadful licensing cash-ins and focus on more interesting titles rooted in Middle-earth’s history, this is what you should be playing.
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Top 5 Games About Middle-earth

Tomorrow, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor hits store shelves. It gives us a closer look at the blasted wasteland that Sauron calls home during the time period between The Hobbit and The Fellowship of the Ring. Our review is pretty positive, so it’s definitely a title that should be on your radar…but it isn’t the only game set in Tolkien’s universe worth playing. If you want to avoid the dreadful licensing cash-ins and focus on more interesting titles rooted in Middle-earth’s history, this is what you should be playing.

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Korean League of Legends shoutcasters are too much fun
Riot’s shoutcasters - the hosts, analysts and interviewers on the ground during League of Legends tournaments - are professional, friendly and informative across the board, but there’s something special about the Korean casters.
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Korean League of Legends shoutcasters are too much fun

Riot’s shoutcasters - the hosts, analysts and interviewers on the ground during League of Legends tournaments - are professional, friendly and informative across the board, but there’s something special about the Korean casters.

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Mega Man X: The Innovation of Our Little Blue Bot


Mega Man X, known in Japan as Rockman X, was developed by Capcom for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It was first published in Japan on December 12, 1993 and was released in both North America and Europe the next year.
With the NES running at 8 bits Mega Man X was the first Mega Man game for the 16-bit console SNES. This allowed the Mega Man franchise to reconstruct itself.
Mega man was revolutionized with better graphics which made him more sleeker and more pronounced in detail.
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Mega Man X: The Innovation of Our Little Blue Bot

Mega Man X, known in Japan as Rockman X, was developed by Capcom for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It was first published in Japan on December 12, 1993 and was released in both North America and Europe the next year.

With the NES running at 8 bits Mega Man X was the first Mega Man game for the 16-bit console SNES. This allowed the Mega Man franchise to reconstruct itself.

Mega man was revolutionized with better graphics which made him more sleeker and more pronounced in detail.

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