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CouRage spits out his lunch on stream after listening to Ninja’s hilariously NSFW conversation

Published: 25/Jun/2019 22:54 Updated: 25/Jun/2019 23:07

by Eli Becht

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100 Thieves streamer Jack ‘CouRageJD‘ Dunlop couldn’t hold down his food after a comment by Tyler ‘Ninja‘ Blevins after spoiled his appetite and caused him to spit out what he was chewing.

We’ve all been in this situation before. You’re eating dinner with a group of friends and right when you’re about to take that perfect bite, someone starts talking about something utterly disgusting. From there, you decide whether you need to are going to force the bite down or if you have to throw up.

This all played out during CouRage’s stream when he took a bite of his food, but for some reason, Ninja felt like it was necessary to start talking about his pubic hair to Ben ‘DrLupo‘ Lupo. 

Twitter: CouRageJDThe three are really good friends.

Consider my appetite ruined

“Oh my god, I’m literally about to shave on my pubic hair,” he said to DrLupo. “Put a bunch of Gorilla Glue on your face and gorilla mask you. Just pubes all over your face.”

This was enough to make CouRage to stop chewing on his food and going off-screen, seemingly to spit out what was in his mouth. When he returned to his stream, his mount was empty and he only had a disturbed look on his face. He didn’t seem upset about the conversation but it appeared clear that he was finished eating.

People always talk about nasty things like this ruining an appetite and we just saw it play out for everyone to see. Now, there’s no way to know if Ninja or Lupo knew CouRage was eating at the time so we might have to let them off the hook.

The next time you feel like you have to talk about making someone a beard of pubic hair, maybe you can do it after they finish eating to avoid this in the future. Sometimes people just want to enjoy their food in peace.

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Shroud thinks modern FPS games need to stop trying to be “so realistic”

Published: 27/Oct/2020 5:23

by Alex Tsiaoussidis

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Shroud is not one to keep his opinions to himself, and in one of his latest streams, the Twitch star admitted he doesn’t care how realistic FPS games are, as long as the title’s get their balance, gameplay, and shooting just right.

The whole gameplay versus realism debate has been a divisive topic ever since graphics improved enough to look more like real-life.

On the one hand, competitive gamers often don’t care about how realistic a game looks and feels. Instead, they want one that is smooth and responsive and won’t hesitate to turn down video settings to increase frame rates.

But on the other hand, some gamers want to immerse themselves in an experience that feels authentic and realistic. If the game runs well-enough, they want to crank the settings up to ultra and lose themselves for a couple of hours.

This division has found its way into video-game development too. Some developers prioritize how the game plays, while others care more about how it looks. It’s not always black or white since most find a balance between the two.

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Shroud played CS:GO competitively before he was a streamer, which adds more weight to his opinion.

Shroud thinks FPS games don’t need to be “so realistic”

Mike ‘shroud’ Grzesiek chimed in on the issue, and he believes modern first-person-shooters need to chill out on realism. Instead, he thinks they should focus on balance, gameplay, and finding a unique style that works for them.

“Personally, I don’t care how realistic your game is,” he said. “I think when it comes to balancing… you kinda have to throw IRL out the window, right?”

“I think the best games come up with their own… shooting style,” he added. “Rather than just using real-life as their guideline.”

Shroud wraps up his opinion by saying that the most important thing about a first-person shooter is the “shooting” itself. After all, it’s the essence of a shooting game, regardless of how realistic it looks.

The related segment begins at 3:48 in the video below.

Interestingly, it seems like Shroud’s opinion on the matter has fluctuated quite a bit.

Earlier this year, he talked about how he’d design his own perfect FPS game and said, “I wouldn’t want [the weapons] to look like Rust. I want [them] to look more like Tarkov, where it’s got that realistic kind of look to it.

Less than one month before that, however, he lasted Rainbow Six: Siege for being too realistic and “ruining competitive integrity,” which is consistent with his current view.

Of course, it’s perfectly natural opinions change. Plus, it seems like he’s come full-circle, and doubled-down on the importance of gameplay over realism.