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  1. Boston SouthCoast Comic Con

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    Boston SouthCoast Comic Con (Schedule is still tentative based on volunteer sign ups) SATURDAY 9-2 Jason St Jean 9-2 Elizabeth Park 1-6 Jason St Jean 1-6 Elizabeth Park SUNDAY 9-2 Greg Harris-Jones 9-2 Amelia Ott 1-5 Greg Harris-Jones 1-5 Amelia Ott
  2. Hi Everyone, I received my first Extra Life Donation! (really Happy) during my stream Yesterday but I realized when I checked my emails. I was using an overlay from strexm.tv. I love their overlays but they don't have Extra Life alerts. I was using streampro.io in the past, it has Extralife alerts and tracking goal but last time wasn't working well for me so I switched to Strexm. My question is: is there any other overlays system with Extra Life Alerts to use or to request to add these alerts?. I don't want to lose the opportunity to thank when someone is donating while I'm streaming, I didn't find out much alternatives. Thank you in advance.
  3. Extra Life Fundraiser At The House Cafe

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    We're on a journey to help sick, injured and disabled kids in our local community and we need your help. Our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital treats thousands of children each year, regardless of their illness, injury or even their family's ability to pay. These kids are facing scary stuff like cancer, cystic fibrosis, and injuries they may get from just being a kid or even born with.To help raise funds and awareness for these kids, I am (Sean Wilcox) participating in this huge worldwide movement called Extra Life. Gamers of all kinds pledge to play everything from video games to board games and tabletop RPG's! It is my goal to bring something new to the table for Extra Life. I hope bring the perfect mix of music and gaming. Thats where this event fits perfect. Bringing together a group of artists that would love to support the cause. July 21st, We raising awareness and money to help support Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital at The House Cafe. Lineup Includes: Introduction by A.C of True Flight Christina Antonio Freek Gamer Joel La Vaughn Prologue to Posterity Dynasty Ent Happy The Rapper NeverclearX Security Culture True Flight L.S & D-Trigga (8fifteen's Finest) Special Performances by Wolf Raffles: Out On A Whim- 10 $20 Gift Certificates for Basic Piercings Green Tangerine Records- Almost 4 Lb Bucket of Now & Laters Thirty-One W/ Kathy Nitz- A Thirty-One Lunch Bag & Shoulder Bag Manda's Makeover- 3 Moodstruck Mineral Pigment Powders, 3 Moodstruck Mineral Lucrative Lip Gloss & 2 sample packs of the Royalty Detoxifying Mask Kasket Krew- 2 hours of FREE studio time; mixing included at Infected Studios Sponsers: Out On A Whim Green Tangerine Record Kasket Krew Manda's Makeover Fargo Skateboarding Thirty-One W/ Kathy Nitz **even though the event is All ages, Must warn that music content may and can be explict but it is all for a great cause and in a good name**
  4. What is everyone playing?

    I'm still catching up on a massive, MASSIVE backlog of games that I have wanted to play, though I am so looking forward to the new HomeFront game. I loved the original game, as well as the unique multiplayer. I played the closed Beta of the game and it was awesome, making me more excited for the release of the full game. They've thrown out the linear approach from the last game to make it an open world game instead. What Games are people playing right now? What games are looking forward to play?
  5. CT GamerCon 4/1 & 4/2

    Come visit the Extra-Life Hartford Guild Booth during CT GamerCon to learn how to use your passion for games to heal kids at Connecticut Children's Medical Center. We'll be having fun at the booth all day Saturday and Sunday, so stop by and we can help you to sign up for the fun and rewarding event that is Extra-Life! CT GamerCon @ Mohegan Sun April 1st from 10 AM - 10 PM April 2nd from 10 AM - 5 PM
  6. Favorite Games

    Hi everyone, I'm curious what everyone's all time, favorite, top 10 games list would be. I always have trouble ranking mine so I am interested in seeing what everyone else' lists look like. This could be old games, new games, console, PC, boardgames, card games you name it. I'll try to list mine here to get the ball rolling but in no particular order. Bioshock 1 Portal 2 Half-life 2 Final Fantasy 6 Final Fantasy 7 Chrono Trigger Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Diablo 2 Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Fallout 3 And that's my list, at least for now. Your turn!
  7. Northeast Comic Con South Shore Edition

    Northeast Comic Con Calendar Event Volunteer Shifts are up and awaiting..
  8. What We're Playing

    Thought it'd be fun to start a what we're playing thread for the guild so folks have a place to talk about the games they've played recently.
  9. Game Day with the Kids!

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    We will be having our monthly Game Day with the kids on October 5th. As usual, it will be at the Children's Hospital, on the performance stage. Parking is free, in the South Garage, which is attached to the Children's Hospital. It will be from 2-4 PM. Come and game with us, and help put some fun back in the day for these children!
  10. Game Day with the Kids

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    We will be having our monthly Game Day with the kids on October 5th. As usual, it will be at the Children's Hospital, on the performance stage. Parking is free, in the South Garage, which is attached to the Children's Hospital. It will be from 2-4 PM. Come and game with us, and help put some fun back in the day of these children!
  11. You can scour the land for a century or more, but you’ll never find a better place to get your hands on amazing indie games than at PAX. Between the appropriately titled Indie Megabooth and the PAX 10, there are enough titles to choke a large chocobo. These are the most awesome indie games from PAX West 2016. Echo Platforms: PS4, PC Release Date: Q1 2017 Stare long enough into a void of mystery, and it might start looking back at you. Echo tells the story of En, a woman attempting to revive someone through the mysterious powers of a seemingly sentient palace. All goes well enough until the palace, activating its own defenses, begins to create violent and aggressive clones of En. The kicker? The palace only learns as much as you’re willing to teach it. En’s unwanted copies are ultimately a benign obstacle until she’s forced to adapt, opening doors, launching over barriers, and utilizing weapons. The clones slowly but surely adapt to every new maneuver you employ, dramatically increasing the likelihood of detection and death. Employing a sort of rapid “day and night” cycle to indicate when the clones will begin to employ your own tactics, Echo quickly becomes an exercise in risk versus reward and stealth versus desperation. Knowing that your own mistake is about to make things even worse is powerful, and allows players to choose their own play style. The team at developer Ultra Ultra might be commanding their corner of the Indie Megabooth, but the game stands as a technical and visual marvel in its own right, right alongside anything more highly funded. Old Man’s Journey Platform: Android, iOS Release Date: 2017 Fun fact: Roughly a quarter of all gamers are over the age of 50. So yes, you should keep trying to get your old man to play American Truck Simulator, even if it kills you. But if he’s not jonesed about a trip down spreadsheet lane, then perhaps the more serene Old Man’s Journey will be his cup of tea. Old Man’s Journey, developed by studio Broken Rules, captures the lengthy, meditative travels of an old sailor, on a mission of unknown intent, stopping only occasionally to enjoy Austria-inspired scenery. Gentle rolling hills turn into cobblestone roads. An old woman badgers you from her second floor window. A sly cat leads you along the path, and all the while the aura of a small town whispers through the streets. It’s every bit as peaceful as it is artsy, evoking a painterly style that’s both warm and embracing. Thankfully, gameplay seems to maintain a similar level of approachability. On mobile, players bend and layer the environment to line up with the area they want to reach, gently rearranging the landscape. Each segment is capped off with an impeccably illustrated still frame, capturing a moment in time of the protagonist’s storied life: A chance meeting with a girl, a gentle kiss to his pregnant bride at the summer harbor. At an estimated 90 minutes of playtime, you have no excuse not to find time for this game. Dog Sled Saga Platform: PC, Android, iOS Release Date: September 22, 2016 (full game, early access currently available) The onslaught of overly charming 2D “retro” indie games is inescapable. Many retro-inspired games seem to take the framework of a more recognizable era of gaming, but forget to put their own modernized twist on the end product. I don’t know with what else I’d compare Dog Sled Saga, because while its visual style invokes an entirely retro aesthetic (developer Trichotomy Games even rigged their demo to play on an NES controller), its gameplay comes across as both oddly personal and challenging at all times. After making the drastic decision to start a new life in the frozen Alaskan wilderness, the player finds themselves managing a rotating crew of sled dogs, qualifying for tournaments and maintaining their wellbeing over a season. It reads more like the back of a Football Coach Simulator 2016 box than any personal narrative, but each victory and failure along the way is an intensely intimate and earned one. You’ll need to precisely throw rations to your dogs in order to maintain their energy, while also ensuring they don’t injure themselves in tangled sleigh lines or due to lack of rest. The journey becomes just as much yours as it is theirs, and within a tight ten minute window I was already drawing a connection to my loyal steeds. Dog lovers need not miss this. Thimbleweed Park Platform: PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux Release Date: January 2017 LucasFilm’s 1987 hit Maniac Mansion set the bar for all future point-and-click games, establishing more than just a simple control scheme, but also the very nature of a video game narrative. Gone were the ultra-linear paths and obfuscated motivations for saving a block-shaped princess, replaced with a full cast of characters and player choice. Almost 30 years later, Maniac Mansion co-creators Ron Gilbert, Gary Winnick, David Fox, and their team are returning to the roots of what makes a great point-and-click narrative with Thimbleweed Park. Sardonic wit, whacky yet engaging characters, and inventive puzzles that play out across the entire cast all come together to craft an engaging mystery. Ignore the obvious parallels to The X-Files. Gilbert and Fox say they didn’t even realize it until the first playtesters made a mention of it. It’s just a good old fashioned murder mystery with clashing FBI agents – until it isn’t and the amateur game programmer/factory heiress and depressed clown show up. Battle Chef Brigade Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux Release Date: 2016 If you have even the slightest interest in the indie scene, you've more than likely heard of Battle Chef Brigade, and for excellent reason. After a successful Kickstarter campaign and three years in development, the cooking action puzzler is shaping up like few other games of its kind. Merging side-scrolling platforming and combat with Bejeweled-esque culinary puzzles, Battlechef Brigade challenges players to whip up the best darn dish in a fantasy world inhabited by your unusual assortment of heroes and devilishly handsome orcs. Wrapping it all up is an art style evocative of famed Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki, or the more recent Mamoru Hosoda, but with enough of its own unique flair as to be entirely unique. With a wonderfully colorful cast and cooking competitions that would make Top Chef look like Julia Child, Battlechef Brigade is a dish best served on every gamer's plate. If there's one thing all PAX attendees can agree on, it's that the number of games at PAX is far too vast to play all of them. Make sure to check out the rest at both the Indie Megabooth and PAX 10 web pages and beyond, and to let us know what your favorite game from PAX West was. View full article
  12. The Best Indie Games of PAX West

    You can scour the land for a century or more, but you’ll never find a better place to get your hands on amazing indie games than at PAX. Between the appropriately titled Indie Megabooth and the PAX 10, there are enough titles to choke a large chocobo. These are the most awesome indie games from PAX West 2016. Echo Platforms: PS4, PC Release Date: Q1 2017 Stare long enough into a void of mystery, and it might start looking back at you. Echo tells the story of En, a woman attempting to revive someone through the mysterious powers of a seemingly sentient palace. All goes well enough until the palace, activating its own defenses, begins to create violent and aggressive clones of En. The kicker? The palace only learns as much as you’re willing to teach it. En’s unwanted copies are ultimately a benign obstacle until she’s forced to adapt, opening doors, launching over barriers, and utilizing weapons. The clones slowly but surely adapt to every new maneuver you employ, dramatically increasing the likelihood of detection and death. Employing a sort of rapid “day and night” cycle to indicate when the clones will begin to employ your own tactics, Echo quickly becomes an exercise in risk versus reward and stealth versus desperation. Knowing that your own mistake is about to make things even worse is powerful, and allows players to choose their own play style. The team at developer Ultra Ultra might be commanding their corner of the Indie Megabooth, but the game stands as a technical and visual marvel in its own right, right alongside anything more highly funded. Old Man’s Journey Platform: Android, iOS Release Date: 2017 Fun fact: Roughly a quarter of all gamers are over the age of 50. So yes, you should keep trying to get your old man to play American Truck Simulator, even if it kills you. But if he’s not jonesed about a trip down spreadsheet lane, then perhaps the more serene Old Man’s Journey will be his cup of tea. Old Man’s Journey, developed by studio Broken Rules, captures the lengthy, meditative travels of an old sailor, on a mission of unknown intent, stopping only occasionally to enjoy Austria-inspired scenery. Gentle rolling hills turn into cobblestone roads. An old woman badgers you from her second floor window. A sly cat leads you along the path, and all the while the aura of a small town whispers through the streets. It’s every bit as peaceful as it is artsy, evoking a painterly style that’s both warm and embracing. Thankfully, gameplay seems to maintain a similar level of approachability. On mobile, players bend and layer the environment to line up with the area they want to reach, gently rearranging the landscape. Each segment is capped off with an impeccably illustrated still frame, capturing a moment in time of the protagonist’s storied life: A chance meeting with a girl, a gentle kiss to his pregnant bride at the summer harbor. At an estimated 90 minutes of playtime, you have no excuse not to find time for this game. Dog Sled Saga Platform: PC, Android, iOS Release Date: September 22, 2016 (full game, early access currently available) The onslaught of overly charming 2D “retro” indie games is inescapable. Many retro-inspired games seem to take the framework of a more recognizable era of gaming, but forget to put their own modernized twist on the end product. I don’t know with what else I’d compare Dog Sled Saga, because while its visual style invokes an entirely retro aesthetic (developer Trichotomy Games even rigged their demo to play on an NES controller), its gameplay comes across as both oddly personal and challenging at all times. After making the drastic decision to start a new life in the frozen Alaskan wilderness, the player finds themselves managing a rotating crew of sled dogs, qualifying for tournaments and maintaining their wellbeing over a season. It reads more like the back of a Football Coach Simulator 2016 box than any personal narrative, but each victory and failure along the way is an intensely intimate and earned one. You’ll need to precisely throw rations to your dogs in order to maintain their energy, while also ensuring they don’t injure themselves in tangled sleigh lines or due to lack of rest. The journey becomes just as much yours as it is theirs, and within a tight ten minute window I was already drawing a connection to my loyal steeds. Dog lovers need not miss this. Thimbleweed Park Platform: PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux Release Date: January 2017 LucasFilm’s 1987 hit Maniac Mansion set the bar for all future point-and-click games, establishing more than just a simple control scheme, but also the very nature of a video game narrative. Gone were the ultra-linear paths and obfuscated motivations for saving a block-shaped princess, replaced with a full cast of characters and player choice. Almost 30 years later, Maniac Mansion co-creators Ron Gilbert, Gary Winnick, David Fox, and their team are returning to the roots of what makes a great point-and-click narrative with Thimbleweed Park. Sardonic wit, whacky yet engaging characters, and inventive puzzles that play out across the entire cast all come together to craft an engaging mystery. Ignore the obvious parallels to The X-Files. Gilbert and Fox say they didn’t even realize it until the first playtesters made a mention of it. It’s just a good old fashioned murder mystery with clashing FBI agents – until it isn’t and the amateur game programmer/factory heiress and depressed clown show up. Battle Chef Brigade Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux Release Date: 2016 If you have even the slightest interest in the indie scene, you've more than likely heard of Battle Chef Brigade, and for excellent reason. After a successful Kickstarter campaign and three years in development, the cooking action puzzler is shaping up like few other games of its kind. Merging side-scrolling platforming and combat with Bejeweled-esque culinary puzzles, Battlechef Brigade challenges players to whip up the best darn dish in a fantasy world inhabited by your unusual assortment of heroes and devilishly handsome orcs. Wrapping it all up is an art style evocative of famed Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki, or the more recent Mamoru Hosoda, but with enough of its own unique flair as to be entirely unique. With a wonderfully colorful cast and cooking competitions that would make Top Chef look like Julia Child, Battlechef Brigade is a dish best served on every gamer's plate. If there's one thing all PAX attendees can agree on, it's that the number of games at PAX is far too vast to play all of them. Make sure to check out the rest at both the Indie Megabooth and PAX 10 web pages and beyond, and to let us know what your favorite game from PAX West was.
  13. Game Day with the Kids!

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    Nashville Gamers, we have exciting news! September 7th (and once a month after that) we will be having an on-site game day with the kids at the Children's Hospital. Our first date is September 7th! SIGN UP FOR GAME DAY HERE!!!!! Use the link above if you're able to come help! We have a group that will be coming to visit that day, who is potentially looking to sponsor our Guild and Extra-Life. They will have people on site, reviewing the event, and potentially sponsoring our guild! They could potentially help in two ways: First: There is a possibility they could give us a fairly sizeable financial contribution to our Extra-Life Fundraising. Second: If they like what they see, they may begin assisting with hosting our events! They have a great employee base that could potentially just us alongside with Extra-Life! We could definitely use the additional member base and participation! Let's make this September game day great, and do something great for the kids!
  14. Hershey Guild Launch Event

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    June 9th will be our official Guild Launch event for 2016. Come and hang out, meet guild members and other gamers, have some pizza and play a few games. Guild officers will be on hand to talk about Extra Life and why we do what we do. Alecia from CMN will have a presentation on the impact that Extra Life has for Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital. We will be in the tree house cafe at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital.
  15. Nashville Game Night

    Hello group, The Nashville (Technology) game night happens the third Thursday of every month and focuses tabletop games. After checking with the organizer they are open to having attendees hear about Extra Life. I plan to go to the next one this Thursday at 6-9pm and speak for a moment on Extra Life and bring my tablet with the sign-up app. Here is a link to the Eventbrite event page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nashville-game-night-registration-16061820337?ref=ebtnebregn Description: "The Nashville Monthly Technology Game Night is a chance to relax and unwind by playing games with friends and colleagues! Snacks, drinks, and lots of fun gaming action in a fun-filled atmosphere at some of the best tech companies in town. B.Y.O.G. (bring your own game) or just show up and see what's "on the table". Dice games, card games, board games, co-op gaming and more. These aren't your grandparents games (or maybe they are if your grandparents are awesome)." If you would like to come register at the link above its free! -Angela
  16. So I was thinking about devoting a day to streaming a games that have high chat interactivity and was wondering if y'all had any suggestions. I'm looking for games like Choice Chamber, where people in chat can effect what happens in the game. This seems like a rather new concept, but I was wondering if there were any other games like this out there. The Jackbox Party Pack is also a good one (assuming trolls are handled). So does anyone have any suggestions along those lines?
  17. Hey everyone, I've been following Extra Life for a few years now and decided to try and form together a team in my area: Erie, PA. You can find that group here: http://www.extra-life.org/team/heartoferie Whether I get team members or not, I will be streaming for my first time ever and raffling off games on November 5th. I will be streaming every now and then up until that day, but Nov 5 is when I'll be playing the most and hopefully raising money for Saint Vincent. Feel free to check out my donation page which has all the information about what games I'll be raffling off and where you can find my stream! http://www.extra-life.org/participant/kevinjmay
  18. Guild.JPG

    Telethon!!!!
  19. Telethon 6.5.16

    A few pictures from the Telethon this past Sunday. More to come from here, and looking forward to many more great events just like it!
  20. STL PixelPop Festival

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    PixelPop Festival is a two-day festival celebrating games and game development. http://pixelpopfestival.com/
  21. There has been an ongoing Redbox game sale that will continue until May 8. Depending on availability at each individual kiosk, there is the potential to snag copies of Until Dawn for $18.99, The Order: 1886 for $5.99, or even Bloodborne for $8.99. The way to get in on the sweet deals pointed out by is a bit out of the ordinary, so bear with me. Not all kiosks that rent games are a part of the sale. In order to find out which ones are selling games, head over to this Redbox page and look up which ones are closest to you. There doesn't seem to be a way to see the inventory of these Redboxes individually, so those interested in finding something specific on sale will have to go to each Redbox in person. Prices are subject to vary by location as well as selection, so be prepared to swing by a few to see what they are offering. A few of the prices and games on sale have been reported by Cheap Ass Gamer, though other games could also be a part of the sale and prices might be different depending on kiosk location. Keep in mind that these games do not come with their original boxes. Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations - PS4 - $8.99 Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate - PS4/XB1 - $28.99 Assassin’s Creed: Unity - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Batman Arkham Knight - PS4/XB1 - $18.99 Battlefield Hardline - PS4/PS3/X360 - $5.99 Bloodborne - PS4 - $8.99 Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 The Elder Scrolls Online - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Fallout 3 - X360/PS3 - $8.99 Final Fantasy X/X-2 - PS4 - $8.99 God of War III Remastered - PS4 - $8.99 Halo: The Master Chief Collection - XB1 - $8.99 Just Cause 3 - PS4/XB1 - $28.99 Kung Fu Panda: The Showdown of Legendary Legends - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Life is Strange - PS4/XB1 - $28.99 Mad Max - PS4/XB1 - $18.99 MLB The Show 15 - PS4/PS3 - $8.99 Mortal Kombat X - PS4/XB1 - $18.99 PayDay 2: Crime Wave Edition - PS4/XB1 - $5.99 Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell - PS3/X360 - $5.99 Saints Row Re-Elected - PS4/XB1 - $5.99 Sniper Elite III Afrika - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Spongebob Heropants - X360 - $5.99 State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition - XB1 - $5.99 Tearaway - PS4 - $8.99 The Order: 1886 - PS4 - $5.99 Ultimate Action Triple Pack - PS3 - $5.99 Ultimate Stealth Triple Pack - PS3 - $5.99 Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection - PS4 - $18.99 Until Dawn - PS4 - $18.99 The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - PS4/XB1 - $8.99
  22. There has been an ongoing Redbox game sale that will continue until May 8. Depending on availability at each individual kiosk, there is the potential to snag copies of Until Dawn for $18.99, The Order: 1886 for $5.99, or even Bloodborne for $8.99. The way to get in on the sweet deals pointed out by is a bit out of the ordinary, so bear with me. Not all kiosks that rent games are a part of the sale. In order to find out which ones are selling games, head over to this Redbox page and look up which ones are closest to you. There doesn't seem to be a way to see the inventory of these Redboxes individually, so those interested in finding something specific on sale will have to go to each Redbox in person. Prices are subject to vary by location as well as selection, so be prepared to swing by a few to see what they are offering. A few of the prices and games on sale have been reported by Cheap Ass Gamer, though other games could also be a part of the sale and prices might be different depending on kiosk location. Keep in mind that these games do not come with their original boxes. Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations - PS4 - $8.99 Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate - PS4/XB1 - $28.99 Assassin’s Creed: Unity - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Batman Arkham Knight - PS4/XB1 - $18.99 Battlefield Hardline - PS4/PS3/X360 - $5.99 Bloodborne - PS4 - $8.99 Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 The Elder Scrolls Online - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Fallout 3 - X360/PS3 - $8.99 Final Fantasy X/X-2 - PS4 - $8.99 God of War III Remastered - PS4 - $8.99 Halo: The Master Chief Collection - XB1 - $8.99 Just Cause 3 - PS4/XB1 - $28.99 Kung Fu Panda: The Showdown of Legendary Legends - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Life is Strange - PS4/XB1 - $28.99 Mad Max - PS4/XB1 - $18.99 MLB The Show 15 - PS4/PS3 - $8.99 Mortal Kombat X - PS4/XB1 - $18.99 PayDay 2: Crime Wave Edition - PS4/XB1 - $5.99 Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell - PS3/X360 - $5.99 Saints Row Re-Elected - PS4/XB1 - $5.99 Sniper Elite III Afrika - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 Spongebob Heropants - X360 - $5.99 State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition - XB1 - $5.99 Tearaway - PS4 - $8.99 The Order: 1886 - PS4 - $5.99 Ultimate Action Triple Pack - PS3 - $5.99 Ultimate Stealth Triple Pack - PS3 - $5.99 Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection - PS4 - $18.99 Until Dawn - PS4 - $18.99 The Witcher III: Wild Hunt - PS4/XB1 - $8.99 View full article
  23. Extra Life LA Mini Marathon

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    Hey Ladies and Gentlemen! We are kicking off May with our first 12-Hour Mini-Marathon streaming live from Children's Hospital Los Angeles! Program Specifics will be posted soon, but expect the following: Tournaments Games Dennis B our President as John Mallard Special Guests And Other Fun Antics! We are opening this event to the public! So come on down and support the children of CHLA! If you can't make it down, we'll be streaming the whole event on http://www.twitch.tv/extralifela Event Details: Date: May 1st, 2016 Time: 8am-8pm Location: https://goo.gl/maps/5M9yMgXvUEQ2 Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/extralifela #ForTheKids!
  24. Hey y'all! So a few weeks back, I made a poll consisting of 30 possible stream games for this and my Twitch community to vote on for reaching 100 followers. Now I've taken the top 5 (there's actually 8 games because of a 4-way tie) and created a new poll for the finals. Everyone can now vote on these games. The poll will run until I beat Dark Souls 3 at which point the top game will be streamed until completion. Head here to vote! Thanks for all your support!
  25. Hey everyone! So I recently hit 100 followers on Twitch and wanted to show my appreciation by opening a poll for them to pick the next game I play through (after Dark Souls III). Since you all have been a great source of support towards my streaming, I wanted to give everyone here a chance to vote as well I appreciate all follows, hosts, and general support you all have thrown me over the past few months. It's been a blast working with the Stream Team and all the other Extra Lifers out there! Go here to vote in the poll. You can vote for as many games as you want, but you can only vote once. Thanks again!