Streetpass is one of the most intriguing feature of the Nintendo 3DS and it happens when you are around other 3DS users who also use StreetPass. It has even became the base of many gaming communities and social gatherings. Today I share tips and tricks that has lead to thousands of tags for many 3DS owners (myself included) and will certainly give you the best StreetPass experience one can get. Continue reading
My “Return of the Mage” was posted on iHearthU over the weekend. Well I am glad that they published me despite me being new, but not everyone felt that way. There were comments about it being “poorly written” and “out of date”. This post is to set a few things straight.
- About my article being “out of date”, I do admit that the article might seem too late after RDU’s Dreamhack victory, and Hearthstone decks tend to go outdated week by week. But there was no deck guides for Freeze Mage and my article filled that void.
- As a person who writes lots of content, the quality of writing does mean a lot to me. But sometime you don’t always have the luxury of time to go over everything and catch every single mistake you make. I will make an effort to write better next time around. But please remember, I am writing a Hearthstone deck analysis, not a college essay.
- The formatting in the article wasn’t the best seen at iHearthU. But I had no control over that. At best I can give suggestions to the editors what needs to be bolded, highlighted, etc.
- It’s my first iHearthU article. Give me a break, will you?
With that, I promise to make the effort to make my content for iHearthU better.
This week Hearthstone was trending for all the wrong reasons when a Finnish Hearthstone qualifier tournament for the International e-Sports Federation (IeSF) was confirmed to be male players only. And when the IeSF gave their reasoning behind it, it didn’t exactly win over angry critics. Fortunately they ditched their male only restriction for their Hearthstone tournament and made it open to both genders. Continue reading
This clip from “The View” of Rick Fox discussing pro gamers/pro athletes comparisons has made quite a buzz in my circles. I am glad to see pro athletes (active or retired) bringing the pro gaming discussion to the mainstream.
Last night I went to the Lindsey Stirling concert. I have always enjoyed her work but her live performances take to to a whole new level. I would recommend anyone who loves good music to go to one of her concerts.
I uploaded a video of her from last night performing “Zelda Medley”, which is the first Lindsey Sterling song I heard. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
I have set a nice number of world record scores over the for some time now. And naturally, there are some scores that I hold closely. For this post I will go over five world records that have some meaning to me personally. Continue reading
Note: The product reviewed in this post has been sent to the writer complimentary for testing and reviewing purposes from Influenster.
Since I got the Speed Stick VoxBox from Influenster, I spent a good amount of time testing out the new Speed Stick Gear. And I must say that it’s much better and what I used just before. It is a decent deodorant that works well when you need it to.
According to the packaging, Speed Stick Gear solid antiperspirant uses DryCore technology that gives you 48HR sweat protection. I personally wouldn’t suggest anyone to go two days without deodorant, and I didn’t test it for 48 hours. But I’m wearing it daily as of this post and it manged to hold up after hard day’s word and even after a workout.
I tried out two different scents from the Speed Stick package: Fresh Force and Clean Peak. Both scents are good but I prefer Fresh force. There is a third scent called Cool Motion, but that wasn’t in the package I received.
If you are looking for a new deodorant to get you throughout the day, try out the new Speed Stick Gear. It is definitely a step above a lot of what out now.