Video Tue-daily – What, what? In the butt? No… IN THE FACE!!

So, this is yesterday’s content… Oops… Oh well! We are waaay behind schedule anyway so who really cares?

Anyway this weeks featured video from the Youtube channel is a brief League of Legends clip which is absolutely worth the watch. What starts of as the opening of a standard League of Legends game with joking between MMGaming’s Tim and some of the other members of the Glasgow Highlanders (GlaLnd is the Ranked Team us MMGamers are part of). What starts off as what is an amusing exchange quickly turns into one of the reasons why Tim is an absolute pro at LoL and a complete hero.

If you doubt me watch the video and enjoy the absolute carnage!

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Endweek News – Awesome Gameplay of Dishonored, Concept Art of Episode 3, some Halo 4 stuff, Meeting the Pyro and the release date of Guild Wars 2

Another week has passed, I hope that for you it was more productive than mine was. The biggest news that you can expect from me this week is that I completed Deus Ex: Human Revolution on Xbox and despite constantly saving and being more careful than a very careful thing I managed to set off a bloody alarm at SOME point during the game without noticing and thus missed out on an extra 100 achievement points for my gamer-score. Honestly, I think that has thrown me into a bad mood and I… Oh you’re here for some REAL news? I forgot that this Deus Ex stuff wasn’t important…

So what is important eh? What important shiz has been happiziling?

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Happy Winter-een-Mas from MMGaming!

As defined by Urban Dictionary: Winter-een-Mas is a gamer’s holiday. The Winter-een-Mas season lasts all of January, but the holiday is the last week of January, January 25-31. It emphasizes the companionship of gamers. However, gift-giving is not recommended, as it may ruin the holiday spirit. Small, handmade gifts are quite alright, though.

Celebrate Winter-een-mas by playing videogames with your friends, by wearing interesting gaming clothing/accesories, and especially by writing letters of thanks to those wonderful developers who make the games!

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