Daily Links June 23rd, 2022


Kotaku: The Best PS4 And PS5 Games From PlayStation’s Summer 2022 Sale

Kotaku: Here’s How To Cheat Your Way Around KOTOR II’s Game-Breaking Crash On Switch.

Video Games Chronicle: Classic PS1 games on PS Plus are 50Hz in Europe, but Sony says 60Hz is coming | VGC.

GameRant: Sonic Frontiers Writer Ian Flynn Reveals Story Details, Discusses Work With Sega.

GameRant: Twitch Is Experimenting With a Significant Category Layout Change.

This particular article I find incredibly interesting because this change in Twitch COULD help smaller streamers get discovered. 

“According to a report from PC Gamer, a thread on Reddit shows that some users are not pleased with this feature, with some even saying that it will cause them to make the move from Twitch to YouTube.”

Dear people of the internet, get over your obsessive fear of change. Twitch changes far less than sites like YouTube. I prefer Twitch to change things up slightly and help with discoverability rather than becoming an algorithmic nightmare like YouTube.

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2 thoughts on “Daily Links June 23rd, 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:

    Discoverability is the most important thing for a video-hosting site by far.

    1. It definitely is. The problem is that not everything should be handled with algorithms. I’d much rather have people discover me through either good SEO or just generally getting promoted by happenstance.

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