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This blog is your source for the latest updates and announcements about our latest and up coming videos. So check back often for updates. I will normally post a weekly update, but when there is a big major event or a very important video, I will let you know as soon as possible through this blog. So stay tuned!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Meaning of Glitching

It seems that recently people have forgotton the true purpose of glitching. It seems everyone expects glitchers to find some super glitch that everyone can use in matchmaking to cheat. Well that's not the point of glitching. Why do people glitch? It's simple. For fun... There are different kinds of gamers out there. Pros, glitchers, modders, ordinary people. The pros are those that spend most of their time in matchmaking.

I would like to make a quick comment about the pros. A TRUE PRO IS SOMEONE THAT USES THE *NOOB COMBO*. The noob combo is using a charged plasma pistol to take out the enemy shields and then switch to a Battle Rifle to get a one hit kill. Pro's don't like it because it makes them look like a noob. The truth is, it's one of the most effective combos. Pro's pretty much hate something that can kill them easily. Thats why they hate rocket and shotgun noobs. There is nothing wrong with using power weapons. It's a legitimate and efficient strategy. Isn't that the point of matchmaking in Halo 3? To get the most kills efficiently? 

That is also why pros hate glitchers. Glitches make it hard for us to get killed and makes it easier for us to kill them. They hate this and they tell everyone else to hate us. Ordinary people are influenced by pros because they look up to those pro players. So these ordinary people also hate glitchers because the pros hate us. Now, when it comes to modders, their opinions are mixed for the most part. But they generally hate glitchers. They believe that their mods are superior to our glitches which is not always true because several mods can't be used on Xbox Live while all glitches can. Modders and Pros are jealous. They impress ordinary players who follow their example. 

Each group (besides ordinary players) are dedicated to what they do. They do it for a purpose. But glitching is different. Pros try to find the best non-noob weapon combos to get kills. Modders make modded maps to impress other players and make themselves look cool. But glitchers. We are different. We glitch because we just want to enjoy a game beyond what it was originally meanty for. Thanks to glitches, we can now explore new areas. Find new tricks that we can use to mess around in the game and more. 

So here is a message to everyone that is not a glitcher but enjoys glitching. You all expect too much from us glitchers. We are just here to do glitches for fun. We post our videos so you too can enjoy what we enjoy. Please don't pressure us to try and find super glitches. We find what we find. It's a take it or leave it deal. Please don't expect a lot from us. Don't say a glitch is useless cause that's not the reason we do glitches. Would you rather we not do glitches at all? Ponder this message carefully before any of you criticize a glitcher. Thanks for your time!

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Youtube Upload Complete

The two parts of my recent machinima have finally been completed and uploaded. They are now available on Youtube and will soon be in HD quality. Here are the two links:

Part 1:

Part 2:


Monday, February 16, 2009

Veoh.com Upload Complete

The machinima has finished uploading to Veoh.com. The Youtube version will be uploaded tomorrow. So if you want to see the machinima right away, you can watch it on Veoh. The reason why the Youtube version comes second is because I need to split it into two parts unlike Veoh which lets me upload videos longer than 10 minutes. For some reason, the video on Youtube might have some audio problems. I'm not sure why but the sound may get distorted sometimes. I don't know if this happens to everyone but there really isn't anything I can do if it does occur for everyone. Anyways, here is the link:

The link for the Youtube version will be posted tomorrow when the video has finished uploading tomorrow. 

The Machinima has finally been completed!

I just finished the machinima today voices and everything. I will first upload it to Veoh.com right away. Then I might upload it to Machinima.com. After that, I will split the video into two parts and upload those parts onto Youtube. As each upload is completed, I will post the link to that video. So those of you who want to see it right away, can watch it soon on Veoh.com. The Youtube version should be available within the next two days. Stay tuned for more information!

Friday, February 6, 2009


The Machinima is still coming, don't worry. I've decided I'm going to go over 100 videos a little bit. It probably won't be over 105. The machinima is almost finished. I just need a bit more time. So in the meantime, I'm going to continue releasing my final glitch videos. Here is the list:

  1. Halo Wars Glitch - (Name of Glitch Undecided) (Expect to see this by 2/7/09)
  2. Halo 3 - Elephant Glitches
  3. Halo 3 - Weird Glitches (cancelled)
  4. Halo 3 - Overloading Campaign (cancelled)
  5. Farewell Video (possibly a machinima) 
UPDATE: I'm not going to go over 100 videos except for 101 which will be my farewell video. 

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Check this out!

I made this in about 5 minutes. One of my friends made a joke about it today and I thought it 
was pretty funny so I decided to make this little screenshot. I call it: Call Of Duty - The Revolution. Most likely there will never be a Call of Duty game like this, but this was just for fun!

Who knows? There may be a game like this in the future =). Let me know what you think about these pictures! They are the first time I ever tried something like this. Enjoy!!!