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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Open Source Games and Emulators

Open Source Games and Emulators (Work in Progress)
Topher Lee

Open Source is the term used to describe software that's developed openly on the internet, anyone can access the Source Code to the software and use it however they wish, with certain licences requiring you to share the edits and additions you make. There's an Open Source alternative to almost every program you use on your computer. There are also a lot of really good Open Source games and even some really good Console Emulators. Here we'll take a look at a few of my favorites.

Over 9000 Zombies! - Review



Thursday, June 18, 2015

Twitch Setup for Noobs (OBS) - Tutorial



Twitch Setup for Noobs (OBS) - Tutorial

This will be my first attempt at writing a tutorial, with a shit-ton of screenshots.
(Updated July 4th, 2015)

I'll be mostly using my personal experience as a basis, but I may use and reference outside sources for verification. I'll be updating this tutorial over time.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Topher Plays Games - An Introduction

This Blog is dedicated to my Twitch/YouTube videos and game reviews. I also do tutorials. Most, if not all, content will also be posted on WordPress. I’m a noob at everything, please be kind.

From Hyrule to Boston (The Commonwealth) - My Adventure



From Hyrule to The Commonwealth
Disclaimer: I link a lot of shit to Wikipedia. Because read stuff.

    Like most gamers today, I was exposed to The Legend of Zelda at an early age. Although we've had an Atari 2600 and later an NES, none of the games they provided kept me playing for more than a couple hours at a time. A Link to the Past for the Super Nintendo was the first time I experienced Hyrule. No other game ever had me so immersed the way it did. This was the first time I realized video games were more than just fun, they could also tell a story. The more I played it, the more I wanted to play it. My mom started playing it too, roughly 25 years later and she has never played any game more than she's played Zelda games. Honestly, even more of them than I have.

The Legend of Zelda    Once the Nintendo 64 came out we got it, with Mario 64. A step up from the Super Nintendo, I hadn't even thought of what a Zelda game would be like. Two years later Ocarina of Time released and my mother and I played the shit out of that game. I loved the vast (semi-)open world in all it's low-poly 3D glory. Hyrule was new, but still felt like home. The music in the Zelda series has always been great, and the added value of nostalgia makes its greatness last forever.


Dirty Bomb Open Beta – Review



Unturned - Review




  • Unturned (Early Access)
  • Developer: Nelson Sexton
  • Publisher: Smartly Dressed Games
  • Release Date: Jul 7, 2014
  • Genre: Open World Zombie Survival / Free to Play
  • My Rating: 7/10