the congo dandies

  Description by RT Documentaries: ““La Sape” is a unique movement based in Congo that unites fashion-conscious men who are ready to splurge money they don’t really have on designer clothes. Dressing in stark contrast with their surroundings, these elegant ambiance-makers become true local celebrities… but this fame comes at a price. The Republic of the Congo in Central Africa can’t boast of high standards of living. Yet, there are men here who are prepared to spend a fortune on designer suits. They call themselves “sapeurs” – members of the “La Sape” movement. “La Sape” comes from French and stands … Continue reading

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bridge to rail backward and forward

  The Bridge to Rail jump done backward and forward with all champions, without using their respective special abilities. Plus a tutorial on how to do it – with keypresses and speed visible, slow motion, and an explanation of the circlejump and strafejumping. In between a little reminiscence of Bridge to Rail in Quake Live and Quake 3 Arena. … Continue reading

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tri-bolt and nailclimbing

  The newly introduced Tri-Bolt and the Nailgun offer climbing techniques in Quake Champions – apart from Rocketjumping. So, in principle all kinds of trickjumping and DeFRaGgery pleasant are possible in Quake Champions. As of now Anarki, with his CPMA-like physics, seems best suited for tricking. Mind that Quake Champions is still in beta. Hence everything shown and said in this video might become subject to change until release. … Continue reading

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party breaker

  The Quad Damage powerup can decide “Quake Champions” deathmatch. Hence it is most satisfying to frag the Quad carrier. You even are awarded with a medal called “Party Breaker.” So here is a montage of party breaking events on all three maps of the closed beta: Blood Covenant (newly envisioned dm6/Campgrounds), Ruins of Sarnath, and Burial Chamber. … Continue reading

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beware the frying pan

  The most ferocious weapon in “Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds!” This is actual online gameplay (nothing staged, never met the other player before), enhanced with music and sound effects – purely for entertainment purposes. In “Battle Royale,” both the novel (Takami 1999) and the movie (Fukasaku 2000), early on it is made clear that the contestants will “end up with a randomly selected weapon.” In the movie the Training Video Girl adds, “Not everyone will get a gun or knife! You might get lucky, and you might not.” Shuya Nanahara, #15, draws the big lot: “What’s this? I can’t fight with a … Continue reading

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at hell’s gate

  Ten minutes of classic “Quake Live” Free for All deathmatch madness on the map “Hell’s Gate” (formerly Q3TOURNEY3). Featuring a nice comeback with some quite funny and/or epic moments in-between – my opinion. Before that not having played any Quake for ages quite shows. Disorientation, poor movement, no positioning, miserable aim, and general overstrain. But then I somehow get a tiny bit into it again … Shoutouts and thanks go to muckyman and the whole posse of “Ye Olde Sweaty Sock” – more of a pub than a server – who still are willing to play with me. Am … Continue reading

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20 minutes in transylvania

  On his fully equipped “Monster” hoverboard Mike, the teenage werewolf, speeds through “Transylvania,” the October 2016 version of “Subway Surfers”. Under a full moon von Frankenstein’s creature is close on his heels while Mike collects the last remaining ghosts of the weekly hunt. This Let’s Play video is meant as a showcase of version 1.62.1 … a bit spiced up with material matching the theme and ambience. Namely scenes from the movie “Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man” (1943), the first of a series of so-called “ensemble” monster films doing crossovers by combining characters from several film series. The movie … Continue reading

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