There are literally thousands of video games out there on the market right now. Video games come in various shapes and sizes, catering to audiences young and old. Video gaming is a large portion of the pop culture right now especially right after the year 2000 started. From what was a leisure time in the arcades, a digital form of hands-on amusement like pinballs and mini-golf, video games have quite made a huge evolution in the world of entertainment. Continue reading “Want to be a Top Twitch Streamer? Picking the Right Game is Vital”
Battle Royale, Battle Royale, Battle Royale. It seems like anywhere you play right now in whichever gaming platform; the mainstream audience cannot get enough of the survival shooter hype. We’ve seen so many trends in gaming blowing up faster than Octomom giving birth but not as extensive as this genre. Today we’ll be looking at the battle royale trend that became a phenomenon, starting from its humble roots to its peak this 2018 and analyzing if it will survive for at least the next 5 years in the world of gaming. Continue reading “Battle Royale: Its Fate with Twitch & the Gaming Community”
FeedRoom has always covered streamers on how they got famous and gave some background into their lives before their claim to fame. Today, we are going to discuss how you too can become a reputable Twitch streamer!
You may think all you need to do is just show your face, be loud when you talk and keep on playing, but it actually takes more than that to become known on Twitch. Take note that there are already more than 2 million streamers on Twitch, making the competition that much more difficult. Hopefully, this guide will help you outstand from the rest of the crowd. Continue reading “The Ultimate Guide to Twitch Stardom (2018 Edition)”
Only a Teenage Dream
When I was just a teenager back in 2005, playing countless hours on the PS2 with GTA San Andreas, Metal Gear Solid 4, God of War and Tekken 5, I always said to myself, “Imagine if someone played video games for a living and got paid for it. What a job that would be.” Of course, back in those days, it was impossible to do so, unless you were a video game critic for G4TV like Adam Sessler or Morgan Webb or a journalist for IGN or Gamespot.