We’re sure when the idea of Twitch first came about, many people were wondering who on earth would want to spend hours watching someone else play video games? However we suppose thanks to some Twitch streamers who have made the streaming process rather entertaining, watching people play video games has become a big thing, so much so that Amazon has decided to snap them up.
However what could be the next thing in unlikely streaming? As it turns out, watching people code live could be the next big thing. There has been a recent trend developing in which users can tune in to live streams and watch people code Minecraft servers, writing compilers, or even building a search engine from scratch. Read full post →Watching Developers Code Live Could Be The Next Big Thing
The beautiful thing about MMORPGs like World of Warcraft is that even if you aren’t a hardcore raider or enjoy PvP-ing in Arenas or Battlegrounds, there is always something for you to do. You could try to make money via the auction house, go fishing and take part in fishing competitions, pet battles, and recently in Patch 6.1, it seems that you could take part in a mini race as well.
It has been discovered in the upcoming Patch 6.1 that Blizzard has added a mini racing game to the Darkmoon Faire island. For those unfamiliar, the Darkmoon Faire is an event that takes place every so often and it is where players can go to collect/earn loot that they would not be able to get in the game normally. Read full post →World Of Warcraft Gets Mini Racing Game In Patch 6.1