Eyy my first sh*tpost video. Don't try this at home. Professional idiot on a closed course. Video game controllers aren't designed to be used like this, so you'll probably break it. Don't copy me c':
Anyways, to the news. My gamepad broke, and there's no telling when I can get a replacement for it. As you can expect, this means that making Nintendo-related videos will be extremely difficult for me. While I do have a Pro Controller, I can only use it for some games. It isn't supported in Splatoon, so no more of that for me, sadly. I can use it to play MK8, Super Smash Bros (as seen), and somewhat for Xenoblade Chronicles X (though having to fly everywhere instead of fast travelling will be painstakingly slow. So much for that dumb humor video I wanted to make...)
TD;DR: My gamepad is broken so making Nintendo related videos will be more difficult, and making Splatoon videos will be impossible :'(
I had to render this little [deleted] like three or four times. I hope y'all are happy lol :v
Jk jk I mean no saltiness towards you. Hope you enjoy the video! Now, the questions are not closed. You are free to ask more questions if you wish. I can always make a part two :)
An old video I made in response to all the rage over the motion controls in Star Fox Zero. Perhaps people don't have the patience for a new method of control?
Merry Christmas everyone! This year I'm posting my first cooking video. Not many of you know that I enjoy cooking, but I do, and today I thought that I'd show you all the bit of knowledge that I know about making candy :) Try it yourself!
2 cups of light brown sugar
1 cup of white sugar
1/4 cup of light corn syrup
A pinch of salt
1 1/4 cup of milk (preferrably whole)
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
1 1/4 cups of walnuts (or pecans if you want traditional pralines)
Add the sugars, corn syrup, and salt together in a 3-quart saucepan and stir them together with the milk. Stir constantly until the mixture comes to a boil. Stop stirring and clip a candy thermometer to the side of the pot until it reads 235 degrees Fahrenheit. The mixture by this time will have reduced a bit and will have darkened in color somewhat, boiling with larger bubbles. If you do not have a candy thermometer, simply wait for this change to happen to the mixture, and perform a cold water test (scroll down to read about how to do this).
Turn of the mixture and allow it to stop boiling after it has reached the required temperature. Add in the vanilla and nuts and stir thoroughly. Keep watch over this until it cools enough to where it has the appearance and consistency of melted caramel, then pour in small amounts over waxed paper. Let cool 1-3 hours. Enjoy!
Cold water test instructions: before starting cooking, put a glass of water into the refrigerator to chill. Check the boiling mixture every now and then by scooping a small amount with a spoon, and dumping it into the water. If the mixture turns into a soft ball in the water, it is ready.
With Christmas fast approaching, let's review an old Pac-Man ripoff game from the 90's. This will be fun! Or will it....
I wish all of you a very Merry Christmas, and a wonderful time as 2017 comes to an end.
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Hey everyone! I'm MetalTigerBull, a girl who has a love for Nintendo and internet freedom. With Vidme announcing its shutdown, we must fight harder than ever before to build up a site that can stand up against YouTube and their policies. This channel will feature mainly Nintendo content, skits, and hopefully artistic content as well. Have a great day! (=^•ω•^=)/