It hasn't been the best week for Twitch, as far as fan relations goes. But even in the face of this week's new policies, there's still a solid base of Twitch users here on Chatty that are posting gameplay clips of their recent sessions. This week, we take a look at sergeon taking us to a PlanetSide 2 Shackbattle, while raija runs through some Dota 2 and dael re-lives the classic Mirror's Edge.
Here's a compilation of some of the best Shacknews Twitch highlights for the week of August 9, 2014.
Warning: Some clips may contain NSFW language.
You can bet that Chatty's Giant Comunist Robots group is continuing to venture through PlanetSide 2, especially with the latest Directives update now in place. Let's check out sergeon helping lead the GCR push a Sunderer vehicle forward past heavy resistance.
Chatty's raija feels intense on this day, so he unplugs all external distractions and simply focused on the task at hand. So he picks up a Drow Ranger in this Dota 2 session, showing off some ranged gameplay and rolling through his enemies.
Mirror's Edge remains a modern classic that fans look back at fondly. So this week, dael takes us back to the parkour-heavy platformer. Not only that, but he's running it on a high-end PC, reminding fans of how the game still holds up as a model for great PC games. Also, he reminds us that it's very easy to die. Very easy! Enjoy this clip and we'll be back next week with a whole new round of highlights!
For more highlights and live streams, check out the full list of Shacknews Twitch channels.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, Chatty Twitch Highlights 29: PlanetSide 2 Shackbattle clip and more.
This week's Twitch roundup briefly takes us back to the latest PlanetSide 2 Shackbattle (courtesy of sergeon) before going into one of raija's latest Dota 2 sessions and re-visiting Mirror's Edge from the eyes of dael.
The planetside 2 clip was a quality moment from this past Tuesday.
Mirror's Edge is bad ass, played it through already on 360 a few years ago and I'm actually feeling my way around it now and contemplating speed running it. It'll be a LONG while until I attempt a whole run, lots of stuff to learn and practice first but it's all stuff I like. I did competitive Quake back in the day and there were a lot of trick jumps that came with that which were a lot of fun to do. Mirror's Edge has a ton of them and they seem pretty doable.