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whoknows

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Blog whoknows > Top 5 games of all time

Posted 30 January 2016

Top 5 greatest best games of all time Call of Duty Modern Warfare  https://i.imgur.com/SBzLxmm.jpg  The original best game of all time. Took what made all other games great, threw that in the trash and then made something better in every way. There's a reason why this game is on display at the Smithsonian with 4 consoles and TV's set up for...


Blog whoknows > All the problems with Star Wars 7

Posted 19 December 2015

That's right, i'm calling it Star Wars 7. Yes it's a dead franchise so calling it #7 may look bad for a remake, but that's what it is. Successful franchises like Fast & Furious embrace their sequelness, hence movie of the year, Furious 7.


Overall, Star Wars 7 was a Fuck ing weird movie with a lot of issues. Has JJ ever seen a Star Wars movie before?...


Blog whoknows > If you don't have GCU you aren't a true gamer

Posted 04 December 2015

We all know what GCU, also known as Gamers Club Unlocked is. If you don't know what it is then you don't know anything, including how to read which means you aren't reading this right now so no worries.


Now for the rest of you, to put it simply if you don't have it you aren't a true gamer. Even gamers like Bill Gates have GCU so that they can elevate th...


Blog whoknows > Fallout 4 proves the human eye can't tell the difference between 0 FPS and 60 FPS

Posted 09 November 2015

It's being reported that, at time the Xbox One version of Fallout 4 drops to 0 FPS. How do people know? Using pointless programs on computers to find out. Without that nobody would have been able to realize that the game was dropping to 0 FPS.


60 FPS making a difference being nothing more than a made up marketing ploy has now been irrefutably proven....


Blog whoknows > Open to everyone! Fallout 4 alpha test arriving 11/10!

Posted 06 November 2015

That's right! The Fallout 4 alpha test is almost here and it's open to everyone who pays the $59.99 entry fee (or pirates it on PC as PC gamers tend to do)!



Get ready to call in sick to work and/or skip class! Bethesda needs YOU to help test their game!