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Freedom 251 | Gaming review

Freedom 251 | Gaming review

Hi Guys, This is TechGlobule. Your Gateway to Technology. And here we have the Freedom 251 with us. Various people are doubting the gaming capabilities of this phone at the price of just 251 INR. So we’ll be doing the gaming review in this video. We will do both heavy gaming as in Asphalt 8, and casual Gaming as in Subway Surfer. Subway surfer is a casual endless- runner game made by Kiloo. As you can see the touchscreen is…

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Gran Turismo Sport: Bathurst Australian Culture

Gran Turismo Sport: Bathurst Australian Culture

2:01 I will get straight into it and I thought being Bathurst and a bit of a traditionalist better pull out something that resembles a Holden yeah we’re gonna have a Holden and forward battle in this race well kind of like a Holden and Ford it’s more like Alexis Holden Ford race but yeah that’s how it works out this race also has a bit of a surprise finish all right getting straight into it we got them a…

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CAPTAIN AMERICA vs IRONMAN, Monkey Queen Gorilla RC CAR CIVIL WAR Real Life Avengers Rumbler edition

CAPTAIN AMERICA vs IRONMAN, Monkey Queen Gorilla RC CAR CIVIL WAR Real Life Avengers Rumbler edition

Guys don’t fight! Can you just take turns over it? Earlier that day It’s here, it’s here, it’s here! Finally it came! We’ve been waiting for two whole weeks! What is it? What is it? What is it? It’s the most awesome remote controlled car in the world! It’s the Avengers rollover rumbler. It does cool tricks. It has two sides. So when it flips over it never stops. Oh I see. It has a Captain America side and an…

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7 Days No Rules: The Black Market is Back!

7 Days No Rules: The Black Market is Back!

I need a team to get some new stock. We need it all in 7 days. It’s impossible. Who’s that? Our team. They will get us anything we want. You’re coming with me. Are those three guns? Oh… Ready? Chill out. Is that a tank? No. That’s THE tank. We’ll have to be stealthy. Where do we go?! Where’s the exit? Hello! Where do we go?! Your move. Look at those… One more KV-5 joke and I will shove you…

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Freedom: The Underground Railroad – Shut Up & Sit Down Review

Freedom: The Underground Railroad – Shut Up & Sit Down Review

[AMBIENT MUSIC, FRUSTRATED SIGHING] Start with… [SIGHS] Wait, have I just insulted myself, on paper? By myself? How does a person..? How does that happen? How do.. wh..? How do.. by myself? Is no-one here? It’s just, it’s just.. I’ve just… I’ve just insulted.. on paper, through the medium of.. I’ve… Why? How? “Freedom: The Underground Railroad” is a difficult, sometimes desperate, almost frantic co-operative boardgame about abolitionism, about saving lives, and about the struggle to try and change a…

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$16 a YEAR for Pokemon?!

$16 a YEAR for Pokemon?!

– Hello, welcome to This Is. Matt, why does the Pokemon company consistently make terrible decisions? And why do we keep making videos about them? – [Matt] They announced Pokemon Home a while back, the same time they announced Sword and Shield. – [Austin] Right. – [Matt] And so, that was gonna be the upgrade or the next generation of Pokemon Bank. However, now we have the details for it. And it’s terrible, it’s completely, it’s, completely defeats the purpose…

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Do Humans Operate Like Computers? (Kant) – 8-Bit Philosophy

Do Humans Operate Like Computers? (Kant) – 8-Bit Philosophy

Does a human being operate differently than a computer? If I am aware of how a computer is programmed, I can predict how it will respond to input, and therefore I can control it. What if science could quantify our brains and reduce them to incredibly complex algorithms? Could human behavior then also be predicted? And, if so, are we responsible for our actions? Immanuel Kant addressed this problem of determinism in his book, “The Critique of Practical Reason,” which…

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LGR – Forsaken: Six Degrees of Late ’90s FPS Freedom

LGR – Forsaken: Six Degrees of Late ’90s FPS Freedom

I hope you’re ready for something excessively late ‘90s today. This is Acclaim’s “Forsaken” released in 1998 for Windows PCs, Sony PlayStation,and Nintendo 64. And this box art is… well it’s an interesting choice. See, Forsaken is a first-person shooter where you pilot weapon-laden hoverbikes with six degrees of freedom through dark sci-fi environments. Not exactly what I’m getting from this artwork featuring bikini model Donna DeCianni. And it’s only North America that was graced with this packaging, with territories…

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