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  1. Youtube user Smooth McGroove has been doing these acapella arrangements of classic video game songs where he sings, hums, and does all the instrumental bits with his own voice. Check it out; it's pretty impressive (and massively entertaining).
  2. Marcus Estrada

    Nintendo Issues Content ID Matches on YouTube

    If you've ever uploaded a video to YouTube then you're probably well aware of the issues that sometimes crop up from it. At times, companies will claim ownership over the content you have posted because it comes from a TV show, uses specific songs, or any other variety of reasons. In most cases, it does belong to them and they will either require users to take the offending video down or simply include ads when it is viewed. Nintendo has gone with the latter option as they now have filed Content ID matches on the website. This means that Nintendo content uploaded by users will now show as owned by Nintendo. Of course, as they created the game, this makes sense. Nintendo is not taking videos down, but claiming their right to include ads with any Nintendo product presentation on YouTube. Mostly, they have targeted "Let's Play" hosts who will talk about games while playing through them. Here is an official comment made to GameFront by Nintendo about the situation: "For most fan videos this will not result in any changes, however, for those videos featuring Nintendo-owned content, such as images or audio of a certain length, adverts will now appear at the beginning, next to or at the end of the clips. We continually want our fans to enjoy sharing Nintendo content on YouTube, and that is why, unlike other entertainment companies, we have chosen not to block people using our intellectual property." Do you think it is a good or bad idea for Nintendo to now profit off of videos of their games?
  3. Somehow I've missed these educational International Space Station videos that the CSA puts out until now, but they're pretty darn interesting. The premise is that someone, usually a school-age kid will ask a question about living in space, and astronaut Chris Hadfield will explain the answer and show it as well. This video is about how they sleep in space. You can check out more videos like this on as well.
  4. Jordan Haygood

    PS4 Announcement - Abridged Version

    While I am interested in the PS4 itself, I was a little underwhelmed by the first ever reveal of the console, as many others seem to be. Among the underwhelmed parties is the site Video Gamer, who posted this abridged version of the PS4 announcement on YouTube that I found to be pretty hilarious: Warning: There is some explicit language in this video.
  5. Have you got a Wii U with you on this Thanksgiving holiday? If so, you may want to use it for things other than gaming. Today it was announced that both the Youtube and Amazon Instant Video applications now work with the system, following the Netflix app from launch. These are all getting set up before Wii U TVii launches sometime in December. What does the Youtube app bring to the system? In comparison to other Youtube apps elsewhere, all relevant video info will display on the GamePad during playback. You may also use the touch screen on it to key in search terms, or simply browse through your subscriptions (if logged in). Videos can be viewed at up to 1080p resolution as well. Amazon's Instant Video app is similar when it comes to searching. You will also perform searches through the GamePad in order to find what you want. However, unlike Youtube, you can stream the video content onto the GamePad directly. Some new features included in this app over those available on other devices is that there are now ways to set up parental controls or search specifically for family-friendly entertainment. Both applications are free and available to download now through the Wii U menu. Just expect that there may be a few bugs to work out between now and TVii's launch.