Rivalry, the very definition of the word tells you everything you need to know: the condition of being a rival or rivals; competition; antagonism. Throughout the last 7 years that TSG be has been around, we have had several top leagues over nearly every sport, people have come and gone, one thing remained the same, COMPETITION. There have been countless squabbles & complaints, great games & bad games, formation of groups & fighting amongst them, one common theme, ANTAGONISM. All of this boils down to the one thing that makes TSG great, RIVALRIES and the ability to unable to swallow a loss to your most “hated” foe.
In this series we are going to cover some of the best rivalries in TSG, whether new or old or by an entire group. At the end of this series we will give the people an opportunity to vote, to anoint who they feel the “best” rivalry is. Here are the 1st two rivalries, let the DEBATE begin. Continue reading TSG Rivalries: Part 1
TSG Madden 15 CF, San Fransisco 49ers Head coach Mike Titan, addresses the league and reacts to his #5 ranking in the preseason rankings.
TSG is comprised of many “Kliq’s”, the Cartel, BH, Killuminati, New Bloods & the Originals just to name a few. As Madden 15 approaches, Killuminati’s own Twon da Don or the Killuminati’s mouthpiece as we call him, delivers his & their 1st, very weird, very odd, somewhat disturbing Podcast.
The 1st podcast of the new Madden Season, before Madden 15 comes out. In this episode “Episode 0: The Prequel Before The Sequel” you will find out what Jay Killa’s podcast is all about. He will have interviews, news tips & more, he also has a voicemail line & email set up if you want to chime in or be on his show. Check out the Podcast below:
The YouTube Preshow kicks off with Josh Matthews welcoming us to the show. The audience is MASSIVE and ready to go. Matt Striker runs down the Intercontinental Championship Match. Scott Stanford, Jim Ross, Kofi Kingston, and Dusty Rhodes are setup in a seperate arena much like NHL on FOX. A video package for the World Championship Match is shown. Stanford, Ross, Kofi, and Dusty talk about the World Title Match.
A “Coming Home” video with featuring members with the WWE Universe pictures shown over it. A hype video for HHH vs Brock Lesnar is shown. Stanford, Kofi, Ross, and Dusty talk about Lesnar and HHH’s match while the audience behind them chant, “We Want Ryder.” Tony Dawson is outside with the WWE Universe in the parking lot who are tailgating.
In the back, Snooki is chatting up with The Miz, who thanks him for calling her a MILF. Wade Barrett comes in they hype their match. Josh and Striker ask the WWE Universe to Tout their favorite Wrestlemania moment. A hype video for Ryback and Mark Henry is shown. Mark Henry is in the interview arena and talks about his match with Ryback. He states that tonight is the night that Ryback enters the Hall of Pain. Kofi, Stanford, Ross, and Dusty talks about Henry vs Ryback.
A recap of Thursday’s press conference is shown. A hype video for The Undertaker vs CM Punk is shown. Kofi, Ross, Stanford, and Dusty talk about Taker vs CM Punk. A WWEShop promo is shown. We go outside again with Tony Dawson and he presents a video of what the WWE Universe are looking forward to the most. A few Touts from WWE fans who talk about their favorite Wrestlemania moments. Another hype video, this time featuring Sheamus, Orton, Show vs The Shield is shown.
Kofi, Stanford, Dusty, and JR talk about the match. The Miz makes his entrance but sadly no inflatable Awesome this time. Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett comes down to the ramp with the title around his waist.
WWE Intercontinetal Championship Match
Wade Barrett vs The Miz
The Miz and Wade lock up in the middle of the ring. Wade kicks Miz in the gut as he bounces off the turnbuckle. Barrett places the Miz over the ropes and kicks him in the stomach once again. Barrett put The Miz through the rope and tries to go for his kick but The Miz counters with a boot of his own. The Miz hits a high knee followed by his neckbreaker combo for 2. Barrett goes for Wasteland, The Miz goes for the Finale but they both Miz. As The Miz goes for his corner clothesline, Wade hits him with the Winds of Change for 2. Wade goes for the Bull Hammer but Miz counters with the Figure Four. Barrett gets to the ropes. Barrett hits Wasteland for 2. The Miz hits a drop toe hold and locks in the Figure Four once again for the win.
WINNER and NEW Intercontinental Champion: The Miz
The Miz celebrates with his title as we head back to Stanford, Ross, Kofi, and Dusty who talk about The Rock vs John Cena. A video package for the WWE Championship match is shown. The concludes the YouTube PreShow.
WWE Wrestlemania 29
A video describing the damage of Super Storm Sandy is shown, narrarated by NJ Governor Chris Christie. The video begins with a somber tone but quickly picks up with how New York and New Jersey fought back against the devastation. Christie welcomes us to Wrestlemania. Michael Cole opens up the show with the New Jersey National Guard waving American Flags at the entrance way. The opening video for Wrestlemania is shown with recaps of the greatest moments in Wrestlemania history shown.
Sheamus makes his way down to the ring and it looks like the 6-Man Tag Team Match will start the show. Randy Orton and The Big Show come out and the three of them walk down the ramp as a team. Michael Cole, JBL, and The King are the commentary team for the night and their are dressed in tuxedos. The Spanish Announce Team is introduced as well. The Shield’s music hits and they make their way to the ring through the crowd.
Randy Orton, Sheamus, and The Big Show vs The Shield
Roman and Sheamus start things off for their groups. Roman and Sheamus begin to punch each other into the various corners. Randy Orton is tagged in and they double team Roman. Orton begins to stomp on Roman. Roman knees Orton in the gut and tags in Rollins who is taken down. Orton goes for the 10 Corner punch and hits them all. Orton hits Rollins with a rope assisted suplex. Sheamus is tagged back in. Rollins tags in Dean and they stomp Sheamus into the corner. Continue reading Wrestlemania 29 Results: The Champ Is Here? 21-0? End Of An Era?
Every video game enthusiast has that dream command post with the multiple big screens, surround sound, comfy chair & more. In the following pictures you will see some of the most Awesomely Epic Gaming Battlestations known to man! Feel free to comment or post your own in the comment section! TO YOUR BATTLESTATIONS!!!!!!!!!!
Let the scapegoating continue. Adam Lanza, the person who shot and killed 26 people at Sandy Hook elementaryin Connecticut last month, reportedly played Call of Duty, among other games. So for quite a while now, pundits and politicians have been drawing links between his heinous actions and the video games he played.
Most recently we have Senator Chris Murphy, a newly-elected Democrat in CT, who spoke yesterday during a press conference to introduce a bill on assault weapons.
“I think there’s a question as to whether he would’ve even driven in his mother’s car in the first place if he didn’t have access to a weapon that he saw in video games that gave him a false sense of courage about what he could do that day,” the senator said.
This is probably a good time to remind the world that there is no scientific evidence linking violent video games and violent behavior.
When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2011 that there was no proof that violent video games caused minors to act violently, the video game industry believed an age-old debate was finally over. But in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook killings, the video industry is once again under scrutiny. This time, President Obama’s gun control initiative includes funding a new, $10 million study on violence in entertainment, including video games.
And that’s not all. Since the Newtown, Conn., tragedy, lawmakers in Missouri and Utah have introduced bills that would levy a tax on violent video game sales and make it a crime to sell certain games to minors.
State Sen. Leland Yee, who authored the 2005 California bill to ban sales of ultra-violent video games only to have the Supreme Court rule it unconstitutional, still vehemently believes the issue is a “public health matter.”
“Gamers have got to just quiet down,” Yee, D-San Francisco, said in an interview Tuesday. “Gamers have no credibility in this argument. This is all about their lust for violence and the industry’s lust for money. This is a billion-dollar industry. This is about their self-interest.”
While those kinds of sentiments anger many game players, who believe their favorite pastime is once again being made a scapegoat for violent behavior, the industry may only have itself to blame for attracting critics. After all, some of the most profitable games in the $7 billion industry – the ones that developers most heavily promote and advertise – are violent first-person shooter/slasher games like “Call of Duty: Black Ops II” and “Assassin’s Creed III.”
“It’s not all about shooting people in the head and guts everywhere, but that’s what the public perception is, and probably rightfully so,” said Kris Graft, editor-in-chief of the San Francisco-based site Gamasutra, which along with its print magazine sibling, Game Developer, covers the video game industry. “There is plenty of diversity in video games, but I don’t think it’s being highlighted enough.”
Indeed, a list of last year’s top 10 best-selling games, according to the research firm NPD Group, shows an equal mix of first-person shooters – which traditionally cater to the industry’s most loyal audience of hard-core gamers – and the sports and dance games that can’t be considered violent.
The best-selling game was the latest installment of the war simulation “Call of Duty” franchise from Activision of Santa Monica. In third place was “Halo 3,” from a Microsoft subsidiary, 343 Industries of Kirkland, Wash., and in fourth place was “Assassin’s Creed III” from France-based Ubisoft Entertainment, which has its North American headquarters in San Francisco.
But No. 2 was the long-successful football game franchise “Madden NFL 13,” from Redwood City’s Electronic Arts, while Ubisoft’s “Just Dance 4” finished in the fifth spot. The top 10 also included the basketball game “NBA 2K13” from Novato’s 2K Sports. Continue reading With Recent Rash Of Gun Violence, Videos Games Have Been Drawn Into The Debate