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Female streamer learns how awkward Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure really is

Published: 26/Oct/2019 19:39 Updated: 26/Oct/2019 20:54

by Brent Koepp


A female Twitch streamer found out the hard way how awkward Nintendo’s latest exercise title ‘Ring Fit Adventure’ truly is after it gave her an unsavoury request.

Nintendo recently made its return to exercise peripherals with ‘Ring Fit Adventure’ on October 18, making it the second time the Japanese developer has tackled fitness, as they released ‘Wii Fit’ in 2007.  The newly released exercise game sees players using a ring device as the Switch Joy-Con controller tracks movement.

However, a female Twitch streamer discovered what we all learned during the Wii era – that playing Nintendo’s motion control games can actually be kind of awkward.

NintendoNintendo recently released the new exercise peripheral which has players using a ring device to interact with the fitness game.

Twitch personality Megan ‘MeggyByte’ was streaming the Nintendo exercise title for her audience, when the course asked her to complete a workout that required her to sit on the ground while lifting her legs up and spreading them apart. 

It took a second to dawn on her when she realized that the position looked compromising on stream, and exclaimed, “Oh my god! No! No!” to her chat.

The game continued to instruct her to “Open!” her legs as she started to laugh. After mustering up the will to do the exercise, she yelled out “No!” again before breaking into laughter and laying on her back while covering her face with her hands out of embarrassment. 

The streamer eventually gave in to the awkward situation, and committed to completing the fitness routine but continued to break into hysterics the whole way through.

“We’re NEVER going to do that one again” she assured her audience, as her chat continued to poke fun of the moment.  

The streamer then said that she had no idea that the game included that exercise. “I swear to God, I never expected it! I never expected that, I swear on my life!” she exclaimed, before falling back to the floor. 

Reacting to what someone in the chat wrote she replied, “I know! It was like “open your legs!” And I’m like no! Oh my god, I’m so shameless. I’m gonna cry, that was so funny!”

Despite the awkward moment, MeggyByte took the whole thing in strides, and continued to make light of the situation. The Twitch personality has been streaming since around 2013, and does IRL broadcasts, as well as gaming.

As of the time of writing this article, she boasts an audience of over 40,000 followers, and according to her bio, she’s been playing games since she was a kid. 


The incredible cars of FaZe Clan featuring Adapt, Rain, Rug, Blaze & more

Published: 25/Nov/2020 14:40 Updated: 25/Nov/2020 14:49

by Kieran Bicknell


FaZe Clan is one of the best-known gaming and content houses on YouTube, and they have some incredible cars to boot.

Billed as “The world’s most subscribed gaming team” FaZe Clan has built itself a reputation as one of the best-known esports teams on the planet. Since its creation in 2010, the team has dominated in Call Of Duty, CS:GO, and more.

With their rise to fame, naturally, their income streams have grown substantially. Therefore, many members of the FaZe team have splashed the cash on awesome cars to showcase their success, here are some of the highlights from each member.

FaZe Clan cars

Faze Adapt

FaZe adapt next to his new custom GTR
Youtube: FaZe Adapt
FaZe Adapt has one of the most heavily-customized cars from the clan.

Starting off with what is without a doubt one of the coolest cars in the FaZe Clan collection, Adapt is the owner of a stunning custom Nissan GT-R. Featured on the iconic West Coast Customs channel, this GT-R is a long way from how it left the factory.

With a custom FaZe-themed wrap, new wheels, and custom interior matching the design of the outside, this is one serious ride. Assuming the engine has remained stock, the GT-R puts out an impressive 485bhp from its twin-turbo V6, with the power going to all four wheels.

Faze Rain

FaZe rain by his McLaren
YouTube: FaZe Rain
FaZe Rain enjoys his “real life Batmobile” in the form of a McLaren 570s.

Adapt isn’t the only member of the FaZe Clan to have a supercar. Rain also has his own high-performance car in the form of his black McLaren 570s. This British-built supercar delivers 562hp to the rear wheels from its twin-turbo V8 engine, resulting in a 0-60 time of just over 3 seconds, on to a top speed of 204mph.

In complete contrast to the McLaren is his other car – a Tesla Model X. This all-electric SUV is perfect for cruising around in silence, but is still cool enough and certainly fast enough to make it the envy of many other YouTubers.

FaZe Megga and FaZe Blaze’s Teslas

FaZe Blaze Tesla Model 3
YouTube: FaZe Blaze
A number of the FaZe Clan members own Teslas, such as Blaze and his Model 3.

At only 15 years old, Megga is one of the youngest members. Despite his age, he has already bought his “dream car” in the form of a Tesla Model 3. Clearly the members of FaZe Clan like to go fast AND be eco-conscious.

Not only does Megga own a Tesla, but so does fellow clan member FaZe Blaze, who also owns a Tesla Model 3.

FaZe Rug

G63 AMG FaZe RugFaZe Rug has a G63 AMG similar to this, but in white.

FaZe Rug has owned a number of cool cars over the years, but currently owns a Mercedes-AMG G Wagon, which was recently ‘destroyed’ as part of a prank. Having admitted his want for a Rolls-Royce Phantom, it may only be a matter of time before we see him add one to his garage.

FaZe Clan team cars

FaZe Apex Lincoln
YouTube: FaZe Apex
Long-time viewers will remember the custom FaZe-Themed Lincoln Navigator.

While a number of the members have individual rides, there is also a ‘team’ car for the FaZe members. Their custom Nissan Armada wrapped in FaZe colors has been spotted a number of times at press events.

Long-time FaZe followers will also remember the customized Lincoln Navigator that they had back in New York City, but that is now long-gone.