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…out of body..that’s just how i feel when i’m around you papi…

Okay, so I’ve been sitting here laughing for about an hour

If anyone reading this has ever been to a college with a TV room or Game Room, you’ll probably have seen people play Smash Bros in there; a bunch of people huddled up in front of a TV, 4 people playing (maybe 8 recently) and more waiting for a turn behind the ones playing. 

So, sometimes, you’ll have people who only have a certain amount of controllers for their system, so people will bring their own controllers to the room just to play smash on someone else’s system.

Why am I explaining this? Well, I just found this on Amazon.

A gamecube controller with a giant fucking keyboard in the middle. 

Now, this is funny enough on its own, but… well… Have you ever seen one of those movies where a guy pulls out a gun, and then another guy pulls out a bigger gun, and then the first guy gets embarrassed about his smaller gun? Or if you’ve ever seen the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, that telescope bit between Jack Sparrow and Barbossa. 

I’m just imagining going to the Game room, asking “Hey, can I play Smash?”

And they’d be like “sure, did you bring a controller, though?”

And then I whip out this fucking monstrosity.

“Yeah, I got a fucking controller alright. Imma hack the game and fuck your shit up, too! Get wrecked!”

I want this so bad. I’m never going to be able to use it for anything, but I want it.


Sony Computer Entertainment Introduces PlayStation TV for North America, Europe and the PAL Region

Sony Computer Entertainment today introduced PlayStation TV (PS TV), an affordable entertainment system that will enable users to easily enjoy various game content and PlayStation 4 remote play on their TV at home. PS TV will come in “Black,” and will be available in North America, Europe and the PAL region this Fall at a recommended retail price of just $99/€99 for a standalone system. In addition, a bundle that includes a wireless controller (DualShock 3), 8GB memory card, and The LEGO Movie Videogame from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will be available at $139.99 in North America.

This product was released in Japan and other Asian regions as PlayStation Vita TV (PS Vita TV) on November 14, 2013, and has proven to be popular with consumers looking for a convenient, easy-to-use gaming system. Since its initial release, PS TV has continuously evolved through system software updates and content enhancements. Adopting the same chipsets and system software as the PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) portable entertainment system, PS TV comes in an ultra slim size (6.5cm × 10.5cm), the smallest of all PlayStation platforms that connect to a TV. In response to the demands from users in North America, Europe and the PAL region, SCE will introduce the system under a new name and color, and will deliver entertainment experiences only possible on PS TV. 

PlayStation 4 Remote Play

As with PS Vita, PS TV supports PS4 Remote Play and Wireless Controller (DualShock 3 or DualShock 4). This will allow PS4 users in the living room to continue playing a game on a PS TV system in their bedroom. PS4 users can also enjoy most of the PS4 games on PS TV with excellent operability as if they are playing it on their PS4 system.

PlayStation 3 games through PlayStation Now

PS TV users will be able to access the PlayStation Now open beta service that will be available by the end of this year in North America and at a later date in Europe and the PAL region. PS TV users will be able to comfortably enjoy PS3 games via streaming, by using Wireless Controller (DualShock 3 or DualShock 4).

Vast lineup of software titles available for download or via game cards

PS TV offers a vast lineup of over 1,000 software titles from select PS Vita games, PSP (PlayStation Portable) games and PS One classics, including titles such as Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (Disney Interactive), Minecraft (Mojang/4J Studios), God of War: Collection (SCE WWS), and Killzone Mercenary (SCE WWS). Users will be able to enjoy all of these titles using the Wireless Controller (DualShock 3 or DualShock 4). Users can download games directly to the system through the PlayStation Store, or insert a PS Vita game card directly into the device.

Fun and Unique features of PS TV

• PS TV users can play games with PS Vita users through a local wireless Ad Hoc mode. 

• Up to 2 DualShock 3 or DualShock 4 controllers can be connected to PS TV, allowing users to enjoy multiplayer games from PS One classics titles.

• PS TV will allow users to access movies and TV episodes available on PlayStation Store

• PS TV users can access the same services they enjoy on their PS Vita system, such as PlayStation Plus.

• Videos or photos stored on the Memory Card or those videos being played on the “Browser” of the PS Vita system can easily be transferred to PS TV to be viewed on a large TV screen. While being transferred, PS Vita can be used as a remote controller using the video player application.

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  • my mom: what are u watching
  • me: captain america: the winter soldier
  • my mom: didnt u watch that yesterday
  • me: yes
  • my mom: and youre going to watch it again?
  • me while looking at my tv guide which shows that ca;tfa and ca;tws is playing everyday every week until civil war comes out: yes

I really am an actor, you know. In London I had a small part in a radio drama. Yeah, we still have those across the pond. Sherlock wrote me a letter when he was ten, saying I alone of all the cast…

Elementary 1x06, Flight Risk

A few years after that “small part in a radio drama” that young Sherlock so enjoyed, Roger Rees (the actor who plays Alistair Moore in Elementary) played a much larger role in a radio drama: Sherlock Holmes himself, in the 1988 Bert Coules production of “Hound of the Baskervilles.” It’s available on the BBC’s website right now, and will be for the next 10 days. (That is, sometime around the end of November.)

(According to amindamazed​'s Elementary Timeline, the story that Alistair told to Joan took place in 1985 or 1986. But allowing for Elementary’s usual sloppiness with dates, I’m half-inclined to believe that Elementary intended this story to be a direct nod to Roger Rees’ own go at Sherlock Holmes.)

anonymous asked:

I work at a sports bar, and like every other sports bar, we have about a dozen televisions playing 3-4 different games/ESPN news. While taking a table's order, the woman (late 30s/early 40s maybe) points to a screen and says "I'll take that". I look up, there's an Applebee's commercial running. We are not an Applebees, so I show her a similar steak on our menu. She began bitching for us to take our 'false advertising' off the screen, refusing to believe when I said I can't control ESPN's ads.