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Ever since the beginning of video gaming, people have been finding ways to unfairly gain the upper hand by employing various tricks. Sometimes these cheaters manage to get away unpunished, but there are situations when they are caught red handed and shamefully exposed in front of the entire gaming community. Without further ado, here are 10 times that hackers, match-fixers, aimbot-users, and even screen-cheaters got caught and were publicly humiliated for their appalling actions. Gameplay 4:54 undercoverdudes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cybL6GA3GM Narrator: Davide Arbisi http://www.fraghero.com http://www.facebook.com/fraghero
Constant evolution is a part of human nature and thus people have taken a great liking towards the Guinness Book of Records, the publication that indexes all the exceptional things in the world. As gaming has become more and more influential as a medium it was impossible to stay away from the tempting domain of record breaking achievements. In what follows, we will be showcasing 10 amazing video game records that are quite impossible to break. Thumbnail: Okan Kaya, Australian Gamer who played Call Of Duty For 135 Hours. Narrator: Davide Arbisi http://www.fraghero.com http://www.facebook.com/fraghero
Real life is starting to look pixelated. Video Games: 1962: Soacewar 1972: Pong 1973: Space Race 1974: Tv Basketball 1975: Gun Fight 1976: Death Race 1977: Canyon Bomber 1978: Space Invaders 1979: Speed Freak 1980: Pacman 1981: Donkey Kong 1982: Pole Position 1983: Tapper 1984: Duck Hunt 1985: Super Mario Bros. 1986: The Legend of Zelda 1987: Street Fighter 1988: Galaxy Force 2 1989: Prince of Persia 1990: Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion 1991: Sonic The Hedgehog 1992: Mortal Combat 1993: Doom 1994: Tekken 1995: Time Crisis 1996: Quake 1997: Gran Turismo 1997: Grand Theft Auto 1998: Half Life 1999: Unreal Tournament 2000: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 2001: Max Payne 2002: Hitman 2: Silent Assassin 2003: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 2004: Half-Life 2 2005: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas 2006: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion 2007: Halo 3 2008: Left 4 Dead 2009: Batman: Arkham Asylum 2010: Bioshock 2 2011: Skyrim 2012: Far Cry 3 2013: Tomb Raider 2014: Grand Theft Auto V (Next Gen Release) 2015: Star Wars Battlefront 2016: Battlefield 1 2017: Horizon Zero Dawn
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get your BOOM TETRIS FOR JEFF SHIRT HERE: http://ctwc.storenvy.com/products/19444672-boom-tetris-for-jeff-adult-gildan-tee -- learn more at http://thectwc.com From the 2016 Classic Tetris World Championship, Final match: Jonas Neubauer vs Jeff Moore With full commentary by Video Game Hall-of-Famer Chris Tang, this match is a real gem for all you Tetris fans out there. From the CTWC website: In the 1990 Nintendo World Championship competition, Tetris was the game to beat. The winner, Thor Aackerlund, is still seen by many as the best to have ever played. Today’s Classic Tetris tournaments are played on that same version of Nintendo Tetris, using original NES game systems, controllers, and Tetris cartridges. In 2009, a player named Harry Hong became the first to achieve the highest possible score of 999,999 points. Inspired by this achievement, filmmaker Adam Cornelius produced a short film about Harry called “Max-Out”, and launched a Kickstarter campaign to document the world of competitive Tetris. As word of Adam’s Kickstarter campaign spread, rumors of max-out scores from other Tetris Masters began to surface, threatening the supremacy of Harry’s achievement. With the help of Nintendo World Championship veteran Robin Mihara, Adam searched for all of the Tetris Masters he could find. Jonas Neubauer emerged as an early max-out artist, along with the elusive original champ Thor Aackerlund. The idea of bringing these and other NES Tetris Masters together to compete in a live tournament became an obvious and irresistible proposition which was artfully captured in the 2010 feature length documentary Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters. Under the leadership of producer Vince Clemente, The Classic Tetris World Championship is currently held at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, an annual event which has hosted the tournament since 2012. Chuck Van Pelt and his organizing committee have built the PRGE into the largest classic gaming expo in the country, drawing around 6,000 attendees. Every year the scores get higher. Rivalries are revisited once again, and new players emerge to challenge the old guard. Over 20 players have maxed out the score now. Will you be the next? http://ecstasyoforder.com http://thectwc.com
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