Between the "adpocalypse" that drained advertising money from YouTube, and highly-publicised fiascos involving popular content creators, YouTube's had a rocky 2017. Now, many who make a living off the website are dreading the fallout from the latest Pewdiepie debacle. The question many are grappling with at the moment: Has the face of YouTube itself become a liability for the platform?
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Pokemon Sun and Moon's online Battle Spot ladder is full of wild teams. Since all games are best-of-one (unlike live tournaments, which are best-of-three), many players bring gimmicks to steal the win in unexpected ways. Even the best competitive player can be caught off guard, because they never know what to expect.
I love reaction games. It might have been a Counter-Strike thing; the more you trained, the better your reactions, the sharper you'd be. That was the logic in my head. It's probably all bollocks, but nonetheless I spent hours staring at red circles, waiting for something to turn green.
But with the Olympics around, everyone now has a great excuse to waste even more time with reaction games. After all, you might be faster off the blocks than an Olympic athlete.
Shortly after the starters for Pokémon Sun and Moon were revealed yesterday, the internet exploded with love for the new monsters. Well, mostly.