It’s time for Episode 128 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses a stimulating retirement and nursing home, tiny scallop robots to repair our bodies, the worst loadouts possible in Team Fortress 2, and the rocky beginnings of Rocky Maivia! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “Scallops In Yo’ BODY!! – WIRed #128”
The reason us gamers look for and develop video game strategies is that it’s a way to help us succeed and win that game we’re playing. There’ nothing wrong with that, right? However, what if you just wanted to find the most interesting and spectacular methods in order to achieve glorious gaming failure? YouTuber Muselk has a series of videos for you. In an ongoing series of videos, he selects the worst possible weapons for each class in Team Fortress 2 and then plays matches with them. Just as you might expect from the simple explanation alone, the results are rarely pretty. For example, the video above has the Pyro with an bad flamethrower and a gun that takes advantage of water in a multiplayer map that has NO, ZERO, ZIP, ZILCH water. Let’s just say failure was successful.
What do the Mayans, Doctor Who, Demi Lovato, Machetes, and Winking have in common? You don’t know; neither do I.
This week’s apocalyptic (ugh…) episode of WIRed discusses the late-great architect Oscar Neimeyer, CNET’s Worst Tech Products of 2012, a new game for…the VIRTUAL BOY?!?, and boiling point of the Hart/McMahon grudge in documentary form.
Alright ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of year again! We are now gathered in front of your computers, phones, tablets, etc., to celebrated the absolute best tech products of the ye….what….wait, we’re not taking about the best gadgets of the year? Really, we’re going to list and talk about the crap? Well, OK then. It appears that CNET is ready to countdown their 5 lowest-rated gadget reviews from this year. Too bad, many of these products kind of sounded like really good ideas on paper. Check out the video after the break, and HERE…WE…GO!!!
…also, Pearl Harbor Day, “Man of Steel,” “Star Trek Into Darkness,” and ALL THE THINGS!!
This week on WIRed, a new community arena for the Golden State Warriors and San Fran, build you own speakers, the end and final issue of Nintendo Power, and celebrating the WWE’s most awkward lowlights. Continue reading “San Fran Arena with DIY Speakers Ends the Power, SERIOUSLY! – WIRed #24”
Remember that terrible wresting gimmick on an old episode of WCW Nitro? How about that dreadful match on RAW that you wish would just be over with so the show could just move on? Congratulations (or Sorry) if you do, but don’t worry; you are not alone. “The Road Dogg” Jesse James and Josh Mathews host the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) web series “Are You Serious?,” taking place from “underneath Titan Towers” (the WWE’s world headquarters) featuring some of the most appalling, unpleasant and dreadful clips in the WWE history. The duo are also known on the show for taking shots at World Championship Wrestling (with the Twitter trending hashtag #WCWRuinsEverything), the internet wrestling community (or IWC), silly vignettes and botched moves and spots during matches (referred to as “Garbage Juice”), and wrestlers that had very short stints in the WWE. Enjoy the most recent episode of “Are You Serious” after the break! Continue reading “WWE’s “Are You Serious”; Recalling the Best of the Worst…”