A new chapter is about to begin after what was most certainly the last year of transition between the old and new generation. That's basically why 2015 holds so many promises for us gamers. 2014 may not have been as memorable as we all expected but we'd be lying if we said we didn't have fun playing many different titles, AAA and independent productions alike. We won't bore you with the list of all the videos we captured for you guys in the past 12 months, as we're sure you're perfectly aware of the amount of work we've achieved so you could keep getting high quality videos all year long. 2014 was also the occasion for us to finally launch the Community section, so all of you could make the best out of our seal of quality in order to host your own videos. We took the liberty to highlight some of them inside as a tribute to everyone's contribution. As promised, we've also made a 2014 Retrospective Gallery with the few screenshots you gave us in the dedicated news article. Enough chitchat, we'll spare you our tops/flops list for 2014 or our expectations for the months to come, and we'll simply wish you a happy new 2015p year!
of mental health problems go through. It's not a joke, even if people have polluted the waters of what is and isn't really a condition. It needs to be taken at least as serious as diabetes. (3 Hours ago)
and killed a bunch of people. If I had the money I would open my own awareness center to educate people as to how important mental health is, and what those suffering from either side of the aisle... (3 Hours ago)
The problem is mental health isn't taken seriously in the country. It isn't explained properly to the general public and so they're apathetic about it, but then they wonder why someone went ape-shit.. (3 Hours ago)
Maybe I should turn all-chat back on: [url] (13 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: i've been on about 7 types of anti depressants in the last 5 years. lol. it's anecdotal, but they work. they just usually come with some shitty side effect. (15 Hours ago)
Now with that said.. there's no cure. Most of these disorders are poorly understood, as is brain chemistry. And people like Chris Cornell were being treated. But results vary. Better than a sugar pill (15 Hours ago)