Daily Links – August 2nd, 2022

Daily Links – August 2nd, 2022

Insta360 Link review: this webcam takes Center Stage – The Verge

This is definitely a cool idea. I’ve used PTZ cams for church broadcasts that have this feature before and it’s cool but it’s never as good as just moving a camera for yourself. Obviously this will be great for lots of Twitch streamers who cannot afford to have somebody work a camera for them though.

Logitech announces a new dedicated cloud gaming handheld device – The Verge

Logitech is collaborating with Tencent to basically create a device that can stream games from existing streaming services. My only concern with anything like this will be if it will work on the standard wifi people have in their homes, and if Tencent is involved since they’re a Chinese company what will be their privacy policy?

Diablo Immortal Player: Game Broke After Spending $100,000

“… one YouTuber who reportedly spent over $100,000 on beefing up his Barbarian character. The player’s win rate is seemingly so good the game won’t even match him against other players… ”

I still don’t understand what would possess ANYBODY to spend this much money on a game like this. I do find it hilarious that everyone was so viciously angry at the developers of Diablo: Immortal when it was first announced at Blizzon 2018, then the same people are turning around and spending THOUSANDS of dollars on the game regularly thus ensuring that these practices continue.

MultiVersus already has millions of players | PC Gamer

I definitely need to try this game out on stream soon. I’ve been seeing some Twitch streams of it and it does look really fun. I feel like most of the industry has given up on actually competing with Hal Labs and Nintendo on creating a competitor to the Super Smash Bros. franchise and so it’s good seeing some real competition coming up.

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One thought on “Daily Links – August 2nd, 2022

  1. Ken Van Conover – As a small two year old boy, my father sat me down one day in front of a PlayStation 1 to keep me occupied while he carried out some chores. It is here where I was first exposed to Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, as well as Mortal Kombat Trilogy. Little did my father know that his action that day would lead me to a life-long love of videos games. Here, I plan on writing detailed reviews for any and all games, ranging from the NES and Sega Master System, to the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. I hope you will join us, and have much enjoyment along the way! Be sure to hit me up on Xbox Live! My username is DarkDemon352
    Ken Van Conover says:

    Seeing how such much gaming stuff is cloud-based or streaming based makes me so sad 🙁

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