What’s up everyone?! Experience Points (http://exppoints.com http://ift.tt/Mkw3IK) has been changing and getting better for the last 6 months. All of the videos that have been produced before now have had this really ‘budget’ (crappy, quick, lazy) intro title card. Well, THAT STOPS HERE! I give you, the new, the improved, Experience Points Title Card!
This was a combination of my basic knowledge of After Effects, and a few tutorials I found online. Please, let me know what you think of this, and any suggestions you have to make it better. Thanks for watching and if you haven’t already, please SUBSCRIBE!
I recently subscribed to the $9 razor set from Dollar Shave Club. Here is the unboxing! Thanks for watching, and remember to SUBSCRIBE if you liked the video!
I started playing Mass Effect 3 again, and bumped up the graphics to the max; but, it still could look better! I added new textures and some cool lighting via SweetFX, and BAMN!
Smartek’s Post – ME3 HD Mod
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Looking to buy one of the next gen consoles? Here are my thoughts.
Minicast 03 – Next Gen Decisions
So I’ve been quiet for a while. I large portion of my extra time and energy has been spent on Experience Points platform, but I am doing other things too! More is soon to come, so stay tuned!
I’ve had my PS3 since release. I was a first adopter of the original 60 GB version, back when manufacturers believed in something called ‘backwards compatibility’. Tangent; I’m less sore about it now, but when Sony and Microsoft changed policy to remove backward compatibility (BC) from their console lines, I was pretty pissed! At purchase, my library of PS2 games was bigger and more near/dear to me than the paltry PS3 offerings. It was important that I could still play those older games that made up the core of my library. Read more