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  1. I put up a video from the Multimedia Kit as part of a Facebook post to engage my Friends (Boo's Story), and Facebook muted the music in it for possible copyright violation. Before I request it to be unmuted does CMNH have permission to use that music? If there are restrictions, can someone point me towards them? Thanx!
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    Hey there! We hail from all over the North Coast (AKA Great Lakes region) and are on a mission to help sick and injured kids in our communities! Partnered with Tabletop Cleveland for Extra Life 2018, the North Coast Gamers' Guild has become a force to raise money for our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital (in Cleveland, that's Rainbow Babies and Children's). CMN Hospitals treats thousands of children each year, regardless of their illness, injury, or even their family's ability to pay. Tabletop Cleveland is the perfect destination to power through our marathon. Beginning at midnight, the top 50 fundraisers will be invited to "Lock-In-For-The-Kids" within the 1000+ board-game-lined walls of our favorite local board game cafe. With food, prizes, and fundraising incentives from other local businesses, the NCGG is sure that 2018 Extra Life will be one to remember!
  3. I've seen a lot of strange runs through many different games, but this one ranks as one of the most bizarre. When Bethesda's Fallout 3 begins, players go through a process to create their character. While most games relegate this to playing with sliders and moving stat points around, Fallout 3 allows players to "grow up" as their character, seeing different stages of their lives as they become adults. That process ends when the player enters the wider, blasted landscape of a post-apocalyptic Washington D.C. A couple years ago, players discovered it was possible to glitch through the baby section of Fallout 3's opening and escape from the underground Vault before events flash forward to when the player's character becomes an adult. The fact that the glitch exists is in itself is entertaining, but one player decided that they would play through the entire game as an infant. And, well... this happened. YouTuber Bryan Pierre walks viewers through his attempt to finish Fallout 3 as a baby. It's actually pretty fascinating to hear him talk about the details of how this works and how strange the game's implications become when the protagonist is a tiny baby. For example, the baby's hit box is much smaller than normal, so many enemies can barely hit a crawling child. The video itself is about two years old, but it is very much still worth a watch to see just how far some people are willing to go to do obnoxiously silly things in video games.
  4. I've seen a lot of strange runs through many different games, but this one ranks as one of the most bizarre. When Bethesda's Fallout 3 begins, players go through a process to create their character. While most games relegate this to playing with sliders and moving stat points around, Fallout 3 allows players to "grow up" as their character, seeing different stages of their lives as they become adults. That process ends when the player enters the wider, blasted landscape of a post-apocalyptic Washington D.C. A couple years ago, players discovered it was possible to glitch through the baby section of Fallout 3's opening and escape from the underground Vault before events flash forward to when the player's character becomes an adult. The fact that the glitch exists is in itself is entertaining, but one player decided that they would play through the entire game as an infant. And, well... this happened. YouTuber Bryan Pierre walks viewers through his attempt to finish Fallout 3 as a baby. It's actually pretty fascinating to hear him talk about the details of how this works and how strange the game's implications become when the protagonist is a tiny baby. For example, the baby's hit box is much smaller than normal, so many enemies can barely hit a crawling child. The video itself is about two years old, but it is very much still worth a watch to see just how far some people are willing to go to do obnoxiously silly things in video games. View full article
  5. Check it out!! Couple of those people look kinda familiar!
  6. Satoru Iwata was a genius and a hero to many in the gaming industry. His passing last July left many, including myself, with heavy hearts and the feeling that someone we cared about was taken too soon. At this year's Game Developers Choice Awards, an animated short was shown to honor and remember the late president and CEO of Nintendo. It is a beautiful, touching three minutes that I think really captures how a lot of people felt about Iwata. He was a man who wanted nothing more than to use his skills to make new, beautiful, wonderful things to bring a bit of happiness to people's lives. That's a bit of an unsung goal, but Iwata really gave it everything he had. Thank you, Mr. Iwata for making the world a bit better for us all. View full article
  7. Satoru Iwata was a genius and a hero to many in the gaming industry. His passing last July left many, including myself, with heavy hearts and the feeling that someone we cared about was taken too soon. At this year's Game Developers Choice Awards, an animated short was shown to honor and remember the late president and CEO of Nintendo. It is a beautiful, touching three minutes that I think really captures how a lot of people felt about Iwata. He was a man who wanted nothing more than to use his skills to make new, beautiful, wonderful things to bring a bit of happiness to people's lives. That's a bit of an unsung goal, but Iwata really gave it everything he had. Thank you, Mr. Iwata for making the world a bit better for us all.
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    STL Wizard World Comic Con

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    Wizard World is a series of conventions that focuses on pop culture, movies, TV shows, comic books, and video games. Wizard World St. Louis has offered us space in their upcoming convention on April 1st - April 3rd and we're looking to run a Super Smash Bros. tournament while we're there. We're going to need a lot of volunteers to make this happen! Note that this will also overlap with First Fridays at the Science Center where we have also been tapped to bring games and activities for attendees.
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    This will be the official stream of the 24 hour gaming marathon of RDN for Extra-Life 2015. Stay tuned for the craziest group of gamers you've seen as we play Halo, Super Smash Bros., 007, and more. Everything from Castle Crashers, Billy Hatcher, Metal Arms, Mario Kart, Spongebob Boating Bash, New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Need for Speed, and more may be played so stay tuned to find out! -RDN
  10. Final Fantasy VI is arguably one of the best JRPGs ever made. It stands tall next to the likes of Chrono Trigger and helped give credence to the idea that video games could tell complex and nuanced stories as well as any other artistic medium. The art style is great and well serviced by the (then) cutting-edge graphics of the Super Nintendo, the writing is serviceable, and the music is simply incredible. But I didn't know that a month ago. If somebody had asked me a month ago if I liked the Final Fantasy series, I would have said yes. I would have commented on how much I like the deep and intriguing plots, the characters, etc. But then I realized that I had only ever played Final Fantasy III (the actual Final Fantasy III), Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy XII, and the Final Fantasy Tactics titles. Out of a series that has had fifteen entries in the series (not including the three upcoming Final Fantasy games, remakes, or spin-offs), having played only three of them meant I didn't really know what I was talking about. I decided to rectify the situation by purchasing Final Fantasy V-IX on Ebay. The idea being to play through all of them before the HD remake of Final Fantasy X is released later this year. Boy, am I glad I did. To make a long story short, I ended up skipping Final Fantasy V and jump right into playing Final Fantasy VI. And, quite frankly, I was blown away. I don't know what I had been expecting, but I wasn't really prepared for a 16-bit JRPG to shock me with how well it told a story. After my first session with VI, I couldn't stop thinking about it. I kept playing it, but my mind kept wandering back to the beginning and what made it so good. So, I decided to sit down and write about everything that made it so good. By the time I finished writing, I had twelve pages and over 8,000 words on the opening hour of Final Fantasy VI. Rather than releasing that novella on the internet, I decided to create a three part video series out of that document. The first and second parts have been finished and can be seen below. I tried to inject some humor into the videos, so if you don't find them funny, I hope you will forgive me. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 will be released next week (edit: the script was destroyed in a technical mishap). The videos all make use of music from the OverClocked Remix album Final Fantasy VI: Balance and Ruin. OCRemix is a great organization of talented musicians and composers who gather together to give unique, personal takes on some of the greatest music gaming has to offer, and they give it all away for free. Go check out their site if you want some awesome, free, video game-inspired tunes. What do you think of classic Final Fantasy versus the more modern iterations? What about JRPGs in general? We'd love to know! View full article
  11. Final Fantasy VI is arguably one of the best JRPGs ever made. It stands tall next to the likes of Chrono Trigger and helped give credence to the idea that video games could tell complex and nuanced stories as well as any other artistic medium. The art style is great and well serviced by the (then) cutting-edge graphics of the Super Nintendo, the writing is serviceable, and the music is simply incredible. But I didn't know that a month ago. If somebody had asked me a month ago if I liked the Final Fantasy series, I would have said yes. I would have commented on how much I like the deep and intriguing plots, the characters, etc. But then I realized that I had only ever played Final Fantasy III (the actual Final Fantasy III), Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy XII, and the Final Fantasy Tactics titles. Out of a series that has had fifteen entries in the series (not including the three upcoming Final Fantasy games, remakes, or spin-offs), having played only three of them meant I didn't really know what I was talking about. I decided to rectify the situation by purchasing Final Fantasy V-IX on Ebay. The idea being to play through all of them before the HD remake of Final Fantasy X is released later this year. Boy, am I glad I did. To make a long story short, I ended up skipping Final Fantasy V and jump right into playing Final Fantasy VI. And, quite frankly, I was blown away. I don't know what I had been expecting, but I wasn't really prepared for a 16-bit JRPG to shock me with how well it told a story. After my first session with VI, I couldn't stop thinking about it. I kept playing it, but my mind kept wandering back to the beginning and what made it so good. So, I decided to sit down and write about everything that made it so good. By the time I finished writing, I had twelve pages and over 8,000 words on the opening hour of Final Fantasy VI. Rather than releasing that novella on the internet, I decided to create a three part video series out of that document. The first and second parts have been finished and can be seen below. I tried to inject some humor into the videos, so if you don't find them funny, I hope you will forgive me. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 will be released next week (edit: the script was destroyed in a technical mishap). The videos all make use of music from the OverClocked Remix album Final Fantasy VI: Balance and Ruin. OCRemix is a great organization of talented musicians and composers who gather together to give unique, personal takes on some of the greatest music gaming has to offer, and they give it all away for free. Go check out their site if you want some awesome, free, video game-inspired tunes. What do you think of classic Final Fantasy versus the more modern iterations? What about JRPGs in general? We'd love to know!
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