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Published on December 12th, 2011 | by Nick


Featured YouTubes of the Day

PC gaming is not dead, and neither is the Featured YouTubes of the Day. I’ve never done one of these, so it’s like a brand new experience for everyone. I’m not sure what to do with my hands.

First off we have a Tribes: Ascend commentary from DarkSlab. I love this game and you should too. I am literally licking my screen right now. Go watch.

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Next up is a video from MrNinjaGinja, and this commentary brings me back. Battlefield 2 is the name, and drop-shooting under vehicles is the game. The nostalgia is palpable.

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AtanGamingTV brings us a pretty little Javelin montage from Battlefield 3. With the explosions left and right, I’m sure Michael Bay would be proud. I believe in miracles.

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Follow along children. Only one more video to go and I can send you home. This last video is part 1 of a playthrough for a game I’ve always been interested in. RavenValor95 starts off a new series in Fahrenheit/Indigo Prophecy. Check it out.

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Looks like this is the end of the road for us. Hopefully you like these videos and don’t hate me too much for just being me. Farewell my friends. Stay safe, and I will see you for another YouTubes of the Day in 3 months.

Just kidding.



2 Responses to Featured YouTubes of the Day

  1. Eddeh Jeh says:

    Just wanted to say Fahrenheit is sweet and you should all play it.
    Also can somebody tell me something that rhymes with Nick Fenton?

  2. IamGinger says:

    Second videos channel is MrNinjaGinja not MrNinjaGaming :P but otherwise awesome vids I <3 Tribes



Nick Fenton was forged in the fires of Mount Doom in 1876. At age 14 he was traded to a tribe in the tundra of Minnesota for fur pelts. He is only captivated by instagram photos and dinosaur facts. When it comes to video games, there are none more mediocre. See him on the internet with 10 million MySpace and 10 million YouTube.

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