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When Marnie Was There // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of When Marnie Was There, the new film from Studio Ghibli. Directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi. ----------- Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
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Parrot Teleprompter Review
 
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The Parrot is a small portable teleprompter for DSLR and other smaller cameras that works with smart phones. Lucas tests it out and see if it can, in any way, make him a better presenter. Check out more episodes of Flashpoint: Nikon D750 Hands-On Review: https://youtu.be/RrVGKfafqm8 GAEMS Vanguard Game Case: https://youtu.be/OVP6oa46DPk
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Cuphead Gameplay ID@Xbox GDC 2015
 
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Button Bash - The Evil Within Maze At Fright Night 2014
 
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Want to see some seriously freaky (but ultimately) cool shit? Join Alanah as she takes the Button Bash team through a maze of shock, horror and (shock horror) monsters! Shrieks, squeals,screams, laughter and more shrieking - it's all here in this special episode of Button Bash: Fright Night 2014!
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Sunset Overdrive Review
 
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Now, this feels really weird to say, but
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Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of Kodocha from Studio Gallop. Directed by Akitarô Daichi. - - - Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
Views: 3496 BUTTON BASH TV
Schrodinger's Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark Review
 
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Developed by Italic Pig and published by Team17, Raiders of the Lost Quark is helped by some background knowledge of quantum physics – I mean, it takes place in a quantum world, so much so that tiny elementary particles of matter are visible, in a very unique way. The game takes place in a ‘particle zoo’, where all the different kinds of particles – from quarks to gluons – are locked up, or, at least, until someone lets them all out of their enclosures. Check out Alanah's review! https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV
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Are you a Button Bash Fan? Subscribe to Future Proof
 
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Punch Line // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of Punch Line, the new series from Studio MAPPA. Directed by Yutaka Uemura. ----------- Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_... STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
Views: 7181 BUTTON BASH TV
Space Dandy // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of Space Dandy from Studio Bones. Directed by Shinichirō Watanabe - - - Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
Views: 3943 BUTTON BASH TV
Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction - It ain't Inferno Cop // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of Ninja Slayer from Animation by Studio Trigger. Directed by Akira Amemiya. - - - Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
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Yakuza 5 Review
 
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Lee checks out Yakuza 5 now that it is finally out in the west. It is really, really cool.
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The Rolling Girls Review - Like Watercolour Scott Pilgrim // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of The Rolling Girls from Studio Wit. Directed by Kotomi Deai. - - - Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
Views: 2639 BUTTON BASH TV
Yatterman Night Review - A Revisionist Masterwork // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of When Yatterman Night from Studio Ghibli. Directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara. - - - Lucas' anime review of Yatterman Night from Tatsunoko Productions. Directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara. SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Triage X, Blood Blockade Battlefront, Show By Rock And 2015 Recap ►► http://bit.ly/1G5rX12
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ID@Xbox Games GDC 2015
 
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Alanah previews a handful of independently developed games coming to the Xbox One, via the [email protected] program. These were some of her highlights, with more details to come in future videos! Stay tuned for more coverage of GDC 2015.
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Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015 Highlights
 
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Our first impression of the 2015 Game Developers Conference.
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No Man's Sky Will Be Infinite
 
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No Man’s Sky is apparently going to be even bigger than we originally thought. When the procedurally generated sci-fi game was first being developed, Sean Murray, the co-founder of Hello Games, said that it would take you four or five thousand years to see every planet within the game even if you spent only a second on each one.
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Alanah says goodbye to Button Bash
 
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Batman probably kills people in the Arkham Series
 
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In Rocksteady’s latest Batman game, it’s easy to forget the ‘golden rules of Batman’ – don’t use guns, don’t kill people. When you knee a guy in the face with your full force and an armored knee-cap, and you’re a trained martial artist, if he doesn’t die, he’s at least going to have some serious injuries that could end up leading to death. Still counts, Batman. I’m Alanah, this is Button Bash, and today we’re talking about Batman probably actually killing people in Batman: Arkham Knight
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5 of the best places to watch anime online
 
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Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1E4jqWh Website: http://www.ippy.tv/go/the-anime-show Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV Most of you probably have a few good places you watch anime but just in case you’re new to all this, I’ve made this episode as a list of cool, sort of reputable places you can watch anime without exploding your computer or getting sued. Here are the 5 Best Places to Watch Anime Online, mostly for free! - Lucas
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Cute High Earth Defense Club Love - Gay? Satire? Gay Satire? // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of Cute High Defence Club Love by Studio Diomedéa. Directed by Shinji Takamatsu. - - - Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
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The Witness Review
 
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Lee checks out indie puzzle game The Witness.
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Replay XD Prime X Action Camera Review
 
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Lucas takes his cool new toy for a spin and as usual, his findings will entertain, educate and inspire you!
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Overlord First Impressions
 
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Follow us on Twitter and never be alone again! https://twitter.com/TheAnimeShow Check out some of our other Summer 2015 First Impressions: Prison School: https://youtu.be/RrcYh8GdsFg Gangsta, Charlotte and Shimoneta: https://youtu.be/vBlKFHzJUS8
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Grim Fandango Review - Frustrating Fun
 
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Grim Fandango Remastered is the re-release of a 90’s LucasArts adventure puzzle game, and I’ve just finished playing it on PS4. Maybe playing isn’t even the right word here. I’ve been, uh, struggling through it. Lots of walking around in circles, having no idea what to do, but we’ll get to that ... - Alanah: https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV
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Former Rare Devs Breakaway To Form New Studio
 
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Playtonic is a new independent game development studio formed entirely of staff who once worked for Rare Ltd., the creators of Donkey Kong Country and Banjo Kazooie and Perfect Dark and Jet Force Gemini and Goldeneye 64 and Conker’s Bad Fur Day and even more of the best videogames you’ve ever played in your entire life. Or maybe that’s just me. I am so, so freaking passionate about Banjo Tooie specifically. The website currently only features an image of 2 sets of eyes behind leaves with the caption “who's hiding in here?” and an adorably quirky news post outlining the company’s future plans. It says: “Currently we’re a sextet of artists, programmers and designers – sort of like The Pussycat Dolls with computer science degrees – with one thing in common; we were all once core member of famous UK studio Rare, where we helmed franchises such as Banjo-Kazooie, Donkey Kong Country and Viva Piñata. We’ve got the bloke who programmed Donkey Kong Country, the character designer behind Banjo and Kazooie, and the artist who made your console fit to burst with lavish environments across a decade’s worth of adventure games.” This is the game development studio that has been missing for the past 2 decades of my life, seriously. The post also announced the studio’s debut game, ‘Project Ukulele’. It is set to be a spiritual successor to “fondly remembered” platforming adventures such as Banjo Kazooie and Banjo Tooie, oh my god yes. Really, I haven’t been this happy about anything in the games industry since the first time I tried an Oculus Rift. Ubisoft were my favourite studio for a while, until they turned Assassin’s Creed into a horribly over-milked cash cow. That poor, poor cow. And then I considered Bethesda, but I don’t actually like that many Bethesda games, I just have this weird respect for them. Now, Rockstar are pretty freaking fantastic, too, but there’s some kind of creative flare missing from their games that I tend to crave – probably because I was over-exposed to the creative awesomeness that was Rare, back in the Nintendo 64 days. So, my favourite development studio, still, to this day, is pre-Microsoft Rare. When Microsoft bought them outright in 2003, the only particularly likeable game they produced was Viva Pinata. They absolutely butchered Perfect Dark. But, that’s probably because all the Rare veterans left. I am so, so excited by the idea of Playtonic maybe potentially becoming my new favourite developers, and the fact that they’re ‘indie’ means no cash cows or butchering of well-loved franchises, right? Hopefully. I’m really excited, you guys.
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Flash Point   GAEMS Vanguard Game Case
 
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Join the Flash Point team as they navigate their way through the exciting, ever-changing world of technology! From entertainment gadgets to science-y stuff, we get hands-on with the sleekest, fastest, flashiest, most practical, life-changing tech to hit this side of the Dagobah System! Today, we take a look at the GAEMS Vanguard Game Case
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Attack On Titan Live Action Movie - Review
 
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Lucas brings along a friend to discuss the Attack On Titan Live Action Movie Part 1. Like tweets? We got you sorted child, tweet at us at twitter.com/theanimeshow Check out some of our other reviews: When Marnie Was There: https://youtu.be/e5AoLFqC__E Overlord First Impressions: https://youtu.be/3enOK45pgbA Prison School First Impressions: https://youtu.be/RrcYh8GdsFg
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Razer Kraken Mobile Review
 
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Lee reviews the Razer Kraken Mobile headset.
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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review
 
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Alanah calls in resident Kojima Apologist Lucas to help review Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Check out our website ►► http://bit.ly/1UNjnYG Become one of us! ►► http://bit.ly/1Gn1SrA Stalk us here ►► https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV Let's tweet ►► https://twitter.com/button_bash
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The Sims 4 Get To Work Detective, Doctor and Scientist Careers
 
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Why Steam's Customer Service Sucks
 
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Valve are seemingly addressing their god awful Customer Support practices. Check out our website ►► http://bit.ly/1UNjnYG Become one of us! ►► http://bit.ly/1Gn1SrA Stalk us here ►► https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV Let's tweet ►► https://twitter.com/button_bash
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Button Bash Reviews Naga Epic Chroma Mouse and Kraken 7.1 Chroma Headphones
 
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Today we’re going to be talking about some of the prettiest gaming peripherals on the market, with a mouse and a headset from Razer’s new CHROMA series. I’ve had a month with the Naga Epic Chroma mouse and the Kraken 7.1 headset, and damn, are they pretty. Yeah, a big part of the marketing strategy for these two is the colours – they change, cycling through the rainbow, but are also fully customizable and honestly really easy to customize. The software installs as soon as you connect it to your PC, which is via USB, in a matter of minutes, depending on your hardware. As soon as it is, you can choose from a total of 16.8 million colours and effects, with the mouse lighting up on the scroll wheel, and the 12 buttons on the left, and the headset lighting up on the sides. Your colour choices can be saved to the cloud, too, so you can have your colours wherever you go. I mean, I could talk about the pretty colours for a really long time. I have no idea why I like it so much, but I really, really do. As for performance though, they’re both just as good. The mouse is actually only for right-handers with the 12 customisable, mechanical buttons all sitting on the left side, but you can use it either wireless or wired. The wireless range is impressive, with the sleek mouse dock acting as a wireless receiver and a charger, giving you about 20 hours of game time before needing to charge again. Wired or wireless, the mouse is pretty big but very comfortable, with a nice palm grip and some subtle texturing. Beyond that, the Naga Epic Chroma has a total of 19 programmable buttons all up, making it pretty ideal for MMOs. It’s very similar to the older, original NAGA, of course, but I’m not complaining. Major differences are the scroll wheel now tilts left and right, creating 2 extra buttons, the thumb grid is a little different to cater to all sizes, the side is no longer interchangeable, it has the wireless option, and, of course, the colours. I guess it may be worth complaining that the Naga Chroma is so much more expensive than the original – about $70 more – just for the pretty colours and the wireless option. Do I have any complaints, though? Well, nothing major. Some of the buttons on the side panel are a little hard to reach and can be difficult to differentiate, but they are quite large, so it’s not always an issue. I mean, most mouses don’t have those extra buttons for MMO hotkeys, so I’d prefer to have them and have a few issues than not have them at all. It’s also definitely obviously designed with MMOs in mind and certainly isn’t ideal for other games, with the unnecessary amount of buttons making mapping for other games a little over-complicated. It’s totally functional, but if you aren’t buying it for MMOs, I’d question whether it’s worth the price. If you are, you can even switch between keymaps, giving you like 100 button options. It’s perfect for it. The headset – the Kraken 7.1 Chroma, certainly works for all games, though. The lighting setup works very much the same, and can synchronise with your mouse. Seriously, you guys, I love it. ALL the pretty colours. Aside from that, it’s a wired headset with a nice long cable and a very simple USB design. Plug in and go. The earcups are nice and padded, it’s surround sound and the audio is great quality except if you turn it up particularly loud, and some of the sound will escape into your surroundings. It’s also really light-weight, and certainly comfortable, though the headband did hurt my head a bit after particularly extended sessions. There’s also a microphone, snugly tucked away into the left earcup. You can pull it out to variety of different lengths, and then push it back into the earcup when you’re done, and it’s all very discreet. Tap the mic to mute it, and the white LED will turn out, and press it again to unmute. It’s all very simple, though the mute button can be a little easy to miss, which is going to be a pain if you’re in a rush to unmute and say something. Mic quality is reasonable, audio quality is hard to complain about, and while it’s not perfectly comfortable, it’s not bad for the price. Which, by the way, will vary depending on where you get it, so I can’t tell you exactly how much that is, but expect around $100. So, the final verdict will come down to your personal preferences on both accounts, and I guess, how much you care about having chroma customisable lighting. I didn’t know before I had the two, but apparently that’s something I care about a weirdly large amount.
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Button Bash - Divinity: Original Sin Review
 
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Regardless of being unwelcomingly complicated in a handful of instances, Divinity: Original Sin is still a beautiful learning experience and an extremely satisfying game overall.
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Concrete Revolutio: Choujin Gensou First Impressions
 
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Check out more Anime Show right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fj9VfsM6j5k&list=PLVJLdJJoGjptOrnrJkkutpkj8HIeoLJK_ And be a twit with us! https://twitter.com/TheAnimeShow Watch Concrete Revolutio: Choujin Gensou on Daisuki, Funimation and Animelab.
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Psycho Pass // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of Psycho Pass from Tatsunoko Production. Directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani. - - - SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
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Death Parade - Just A Damn Good Show! // Anime Review
 
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Lucas' anime review of Death Parade from studio Madhouse. Directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa. - - - Future Proof is your source for the hottest in gaming, gadgets and anime - we make videos for the mavericks of the internet fringe. If you're a gamer, into gadgets or love anime culture, subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=buttonbashtv STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
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Alanah Pearce Checks Out The Assassin's Creed Syndicate Trailer
 
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The next main entry in the long-running Assassin’s Creed franchise is called Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, though it was previously referred to as Assassin’s Creed Victory, thanks to a bunch of leaks. But the leaks were right about most stuff – it’s set in London in 1868, in the height of the Industrial Revolution. They chose that era specifically because it featured drastic changes in technology and engineering, but also some pretty dark stuff, considering the poverty and oppression present in London’s lower class. Join Alanah as we check out Assassin's Creed Syndicate! https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV
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EA Studio Tour Battlefield Hardline and Sims 4 Get To Work
 
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Psycho Pass Season 2 // Anime Review
 
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UPDATE! Lucas reviewed Psycho Pass: The Movie and he hated it! https://youtu.be/oJKFIiCzE7A - - - SUBSCRIBE HERE! ►► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_... STAY IN TOUCH -- https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV -- https://twitter.com/futureprooftv -- https://instagram.com/futureprooftv/ POPULAR VIDEOS YOU'LL LIKE -- When Marnie Was There Review ►► http://bit.ly/1d2QbMo -- Ninja Slayer From Animation Reaction ►► http://bit.ly/1SFE8p4 -- Kodocha - A Classic Of Shojo Anime ►► http://bit.ly/1ABiKex -- Yatterman Night Review ►► http://bit.ly/1FdLw0B
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Darkest Dungeon Review
 
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Lee unleashes his inner masochist with Red Hook's Darkest Dungeon.
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How To Survive Dark Souls III
 
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Button Bash - Papers, Please iPad Review
 
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2013’s critically acclaimed indie title, Papers Please, has returned with a re-release on the iPad You play an immigration officer for the fictional country of Arstotzka, basically just deciding who to let in and who to decline as tiny pixelated people walk up to your booth with – sometimes fraudulent – paperwork. You have to scan expiry dates, photos, names, heights, weights, jobs, locations and a handful of other things to check if someone is legally entitled to enter the wonderful Arstotzka, and decline people who rock up to your booth with inaccuracies. The process of checking so many separate things is, in a really strange way, addictive. I’m still not entirely sure why, but it’s probably partly because it is quite flawlessly done. Most of the information you need to cross-check is readily available in your neatly organised booth, with some of it in a nearby handbook, but it’s all available on one single screen. So, as an example, say someone has an expired passport. You check the date on their passport, then check the date that’s listed in your booth, then press a fat red button to ‘check for discrepancy’, click both dates and the game will tell you if there is, indeed, a discrepancy detected. You’ll then ask the pixelated person standing in your booth about the expired passport and they’ll either come up with a lame excuse or provide a new passport, which is when you get to either smack their passport with a deny or accept button. Man, denying people is satisfying. And you do have to be careful, because there is more to the game than checking documents. If you let through people you shouldn’t have, you’ll either get a warning, or that person will straight up bomb the immigration area, and your day will be cut short, forcing you to go home with less money. Yup, you’re basically working on commission – every person you let through earns you a certain amount of money, and being that you live in this apparently awful economy, you need it. At the end of each work day, which is based on real-time, you get sent to a text screen that tells you the general ‘status’ of 4 of your family members, and your expenses. You need to pay for rent, heat, food and sometimes even medicine, mostly by processing arrivals. You can also accept bribes for certain things, but you risk getting caught, and if you let through 3 people you shouldn’t have during the day, you lose money. So, then there’s this stressful thing where you know you have to process people really quickly in order to save your rapidly dying family, but the faster you process applicants, the more likely you are to screw up. And, it’s not really that there’s too much empathy with your family who are just listed as text and ‘hungry’ or ‘sick’ or ‘cold’, but it provides a goal beyond ‘do well’. And, initially, that was enough to keep me hooked, but it gets even more intense. It even gets emotionally shocking – I felt really uncomfortable accidentally turning people away, or being forced to body-scan some people based on their heritage, or declining someone’s spouse because they had one inaccuracy, or accusing a woman of being a man based on the way she looked. For a pixelated, simple game, it’s extremely stressful and I do wonder if I’ll look at people differently next time I’m at the airport. But, the most interesting part of the game, is the outcomes. You’re faced with a handful of choices from different characters, including a particularly interesting organisation called Ezic. Most of these choices just involve choosing wether or not to let someone through even though you know they’re illegal, and how that affects the game world. For example, my playthrough ended after I cracked a simple code Ezic had handed me over 2 separate days on sheets of paper, and let a man from the organisation in in exchange for one thousand dollars. With my newfound wealth, I upgraded my apartment and then my neighbours noticed, and told the authorities. Ezic came by the next day and promised to help me out if I let another one of their members through who would come through later in the day, but I accidentally let through someone I shouldn’t have who then suicide bombed the area, and my day was cut short before the Ezic member arrived to help me. So, the authorities threw me in jail for supporting that organisation, and I’m still not entirely sure what happened to my family. It was totally unexpected, but kind of fascinating to watch unfold – especially because I couldn’t stop double-guessing my choice to upgrade apartments even prior to being told I had been reported to the authorities. Rough. So, the two screens you see during gameplay provide a pretty intense journey, with a mix of fascinating and really, really funny characters, despite usually only saying a few words each. For such a small thing, it has a lot of personality. And excellent music! - Alanah
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The Sims 4 Get To Work Review
 
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Today we’re going to be chatting all about The Sims 4 Get to Work expansion, which I spent a day playing at EA HQ in Redwood City a couple of weeks ago, and really, really enjoyed. I’m not a huge Sims player but of the expansions I have played, this is absolutely my favourite, and might convince me to go back to the Sims 4 again after initially being kind of disappointed by the lack of content. So, the basics – Get to Work adds 3 new career paths, or, rather, career paths that existed in other Sims games but only now in the Sims 4. Your sims can now be doctors, detectives or scientists for their day jobs, which in itself is, you know, great, but the cool part is you can actually go to work with them. Instead of sitting around watching time tick while all of your sims are out of the house, when each one is ready to go to work, you’ll be prompted to ‘go to work’ with them, if they’re in one of the new career paths. So, you’ll jump away from home and into the office, where you’ll be tasked with completing a bunch of different things – ranging from feeding a patient as the doctor, to scouring crime scenes for clues as the detective. Most of the tasks are fairly simple but from what I played, it seemed to get harder as my sims advanced in their careers, and even if the tasks are simple you have to complete a pretty solid amount of them before it’s time to leave work, lest you ruin your standing with your employer. This mostly comes down to personal failures, but I feel like I probably would’ve been better off leaving my sims to go to work without me, I damaged their reputation at work more than I helped it. But, I didn’t, because it feels like it adds a whole new world to your game time. There’s the home, where you buy stuff and build stuff and manage basic needs, and then there’s science lab, where you have to complete actual, sometimes complex tasks during the day, instead of just monitoring whether your Sim is maybe a little hungry or not. I would question whether going to work with your sims could get repetitive in the long run depending on the amount of tasks available, but for what I played, I feel like it added hours of play time – hours where I was actually doing things outside of my own little bubbled house, rather than sitting and waiting for sims to come home. There did also seem to be enormous variety between the three careers – with doctors delivering babies, scientists creating powerful ray-guns with some purely evil effects and cops patrolling the neighbourhood to break up fights and issue tickets, then head right on back to the station to take some mugshots and lock someone up, or contribute to your case file. Some of these actions did repeat themselves in the individual careers but there’s such a constant stream of them being shovelled your way that I feel like repetition may not matter – it’s more about managing all of the tasks assigned to you. I’m still undecided on that one. Beyond that, Get to Work also opens up an ‘entrepreneur’ option, where Sims can open up their own retail stores. These are pretty expensive so you will need to save up before going to buy one, but when you get there, you can hire staff from people you know, choose uniforms, choose prices, list items for sale and re-decorate, hopefully to watch the money roll on in. Sims can build bookstores, clothing boutiques and bakeries, adding a nice little side-project for your sim. Bakeries will come in handy with one of the two new skills, too – Get to Work adds a baking and a photography skill. But that’s not all, folks. There now aliens. Yup, aliens. You can create an alien in the Create-A-Sim to be a part of your family from the very start, with other sims in the neighbourhood also having potential to be aliens and there’s an alien dimension within the game, which a level 10 scientist can reach as they please. -Alanah https://www.facebook.com/FutureProofTV I did have a really great time playing it and exploring all of the new options available, though, of course, it is a stand-alone DLC that you will have to buy on top of already owning the Sims 4.
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Left 4 Dead 2 Uncensored Comes Back To Oz
 
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An uncensored version of Left 4 Dead 2 is finally coming to Australia, for the PC. Prior to getting the sweet, sweet R18+ rating allowed in the country, Left 4 Dead 2 had to be launched as a super censored MA15+ version. It had all the good stuff cut out, like decapitation and limb dismemberment. I mean, what was the point, really? All I’ve ever wanted in life was to decapitate a zombie… Is that weird? It was actually horribly glitchy on launch as result of some of these half-assed modifications as well, but the original, uncensored version of the game was illegal to sell, rent or promote in any way within country, so Australians didn’t have much of a choice. Now, however, the game is being re-classified in Australia as R18+, and so the uncensored version is set to release. The new classification includes warnings for mild impact language, strong impact themes and high impact violence. Apparently Valve actually resubmitted the game to the Australian Classification Board themselves, and a Valve representative said: “We are delighted that the full version of Left 4 Dead 2 will be available to fans age 18+ in Australia. We are making plans to deliver that version to those who have already purchased the game. We will announce more details on that soon.” So, I should mention that no one has explicitly said that the re-release will be completely free of censorship, but the use of the phrase “full version” there is pretty close to confirmation. It’s also just cool to hear that there’s some kind of plan in place for people who already bought the game – maybe a free upgrade? Because I happen to be one of those people and I also happen to like free upgrades, so, I’m sensing a connection here. It’s a sign.
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PSN Hack By DerpTrolling
 
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DerpTrolling are a hacker group started in 2011 who have used Twitter to organise various DDoS attacks on major websites, including PayPal and Visa. Apparently they aim to attack major companies that they perceive as being money hungry, and they’ve recently struck again. Or, at least, they claim to have – it could all be a lie, and I do question the credibility of “DerpTrolling”. So, DerpTrolling – which, again, is the actual name for an actual group of people, who for whatever reason, actually decided to call themselves that – have claimed responsibility for attacking Blizzard’s servers on the weekend, and apparently leaked a document containing thousands of customer logins from the PlayStation Network, 2K Games and Windows Live. The link to the document has since been removed from DerpTrolling’s Twitter account, where it was originally posted, and apparently the document itself is no longer available. Cnet reported that it contained passwords for 2,131 PSN users; 1,473 Windows Live users; and 2,000 2K Games users. It also said: “Dear Internet. The following is a very small portion of Lord Gaben and the rest of his crew's glorious raids across the high seas of the Internet.” I can’t believe this is the fourth time I have to say this in a short period of time, but, “DerpTrolling” have apparently gone against an original statement where they said they didn’t want to leak customer data, but have decided to because they believe their other efforts aren’t being taken seriously. That… that doesn’t really… make sense to me, but, I mean, who am I to argue with ‘Derp Trolling’. Like, ‘hey, these companies aren’t taking our attacks seriously, so let’s attack their customers, YEAH! SCREW THOSE CUSTOMERS!’ Regarding this, they said: “We were advised by one of our friends over at RedHack to make adjustments in our operations… DerpTrolling in no way wants to harm our children by leaking such damaging data. It's only a warning to the companies.” So, their apparent reasoning there is supposed to be that leaking this kind of information will force companies to upgrade their security, ultimately resulting in improved customer service. Or something. But they probably wouldn’t need the improved security if it weren’t for all these trolls within the games community hacking these companies - I don’t think any of the hacks on PSN have been for any reason other than to try to convince them to improve their security. They did also say that they had access to over 500,000 users’ credit card data, but didn’t intend to leak that information. Either way, it’s possible that the pastebin document they initially posted is a fake, with Sony claiming that there was no intrusion on PSN at all. Sony said: “We have investigated the claims that our network was breached and have found no evidence that there was any intrusion into our network. Unfortunately, Internet fraud including phishing and password matching are realities that consumers and online networks face on a regular basis. We take these reports very seriously and will continue to monitor our network closely.” So, either, they did such a good job that nobody knows they were there, or it was all faked to begin with. I’ll keep you updated on any new information.
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Button Bash - Bioshock IOS Review
 
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The original BioShock is an absolutely fantastic game, and it just came out on iOS. You could even call it ‘Bi-OS-Shock’, if you’re feeling crafty. Now, I played on an iPad though you can also play it on the iPhone, but I would definitely recommend the iPad if you are going to play it one of these devices, though whether I’d recommend doing that overall is a different story. For those who haven’t played BioShock at all, or just for those who want to take a trip down memory lane with me here, like the original – though maybe not quite –, the iOS version is a beautiful game. It’s a first-person shooter set in 1960 in an underwater city called Rapture, which is chilling, confusing, gritty and amusing all at once, but also beautiful, just mostly atmospherically this time around. Admittedly, the Bi-OS-shock has suffered some graphical downgrades from the original. It’s still fantastic for phone or tablet game, but even simple things like a reduction in shadows does hurt the atmosphere, making the game noticeably less uninviting. It looks like an iPhone game, what can I say? That said, the city is based on Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism, where in the game, one man tried to create a utopia in Rapture that holds true to those ideals. The philosophy of Objectivism in itself is fascinating, but we’re not here to talk about that – instead, I just want to highlight the true depth of BioShock in that it’s rooted in a philosophy that explores morality above all else, and its story mimics that with chilling irony, instead of being all about the shooty gunsy bits. That depth feels out of place on an iPhone, though – BioShock is an engrossing, cinematic experience. Leaning over a little screen and fumbling with touch screen controls takes you so far out of the experience that it ends up feeling a little shallow… Heh, shallow.
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MY Love STORY Anime Review
 
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Oxenfree Review
 
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Lee reviews the Adventure Horror gem Oxenfree
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Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn Review
 
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Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn Review
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