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  1. Yesterday
  2. PS4 XBO PC
  3. Ejay

    Superliminal

    PC
  4. Ejay

    Planet Zoo released

    PC
  5. Ejay

    Pokemon Sword & Shield released

    Switch
  6. Ejay

    Lonely Mountains Downhill

    PS4 XBO PC
  7. PS4 XBO PC
  8. Ejay

    Need for Speed Heat release date

    PS4 XBO PC
  9. Ejay

    Persona 5 Royal released

    PS4 Switch
  10. Ejay

    Everwild released

    XBO PC
  11. Ejay

    Call of Duty League

    until
    Inaugural season of COF League kicks off in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. 12 teams will compete at the Minneapolis Armory and events will be streamed on line
  12. Ejay

    Amime Impulse, Pamona CA

    Fairplex Arena, Pomona California USA. Two day event thaty fuses anime and video games. Incoudes panels, eSports, celebrities
  13. Ejay

    Moons of Madness released

    PS4 XBO
  14. PS4 XB PC Switch
  15. Earlier
  16. Valve recently decided to cut their losses with the Steam Controller and do a close-out sale on their remaining inventory, selling them at 5 dollars (USD). I have been reading the posted comments on the controller area of the Steam site and there are a good many negative comments along with some positive comments, so then I got to thinking about my own personal experience with the Steam controller. Backup for a little personal history. I bought the Steam controller when it first came out a few years ago. It looked so cool on the pictures and all. And being produced by “Steam”, I thought, wow, I am going to get something way cool and high tech. I paid about 50 dollars (USD) for it at the time. Patiently I waited at my driveway, day after day until it arrived. And when it did, it was all wrapped up nice and in a great box and all. I could hardly wait as I ripped off the plastic wrap and all so I could insert the “AA” batteries and fire the thing up. Awesome! The controller did work from the get go and all was fantastic. However, after about ten minutes of playing, my hands and fingers began to ache and hurt. The controller just did not seem to fit very well and the buttons were not located in the best position for my game playing. Still, not being a quitter, I played on anyway because I was going to get my 50$ worth no matter what. My fingers, especially those between the first finger and the thumb-that little valley between them, really started to hurt. I finally had to put the controller down and take a rest, for about 2 months. Eventually my wounds healed. Being the ever optimist that I am, I picked it up several months later and tried it again. Ouch. All the healed finger and hand wounds from the first time soon began to reopen. And once again the unit felt just as “unfriendly” as it did the first time. Another couple of days passed, and after making one more attempt to use the controller one more time, it soon became clear to me that the high-paid executives at Valve must have created this thing on the drawing board and never picked it up and tried it before production. It had to be something like that because it was the most uncomfortable controller I ever used. Either that or the people that designed the beast had no fingers or hands. I guess everything always looks good on the drawing board. Here we had a failure of something that could have been great, if Valve only spent a couple of more minutes in research and development. To this day, my controller sits lonely, up on a high shelf, exactly where I put it a few years ago and never looked back. But it’s Valve we’re talking about so no expectations from yo’ boy. And I have never once come across a single person that loves or even likes using the controller for that matter. As I said earlier, I read many negative comments from people regarding the controller and I had to say to myself, Look dudes, what did you expect? The thing was being blown out for almost pennies-when it cost Valve fifty times that much to built it. So, for all those that posted the negative comments, did you ever think to ask someone that has one what they thought about it? Apparently not. You probably were just lured by a cheap too-good-to-be-true fantastic deal right? I’m sorry, but those that bought one during the close-out and are pissed off, have no one but themselves to blame if they did not do their due diligence before plopping down their few dollars of hard-earned cash. So what now since there are no refunds or returns? All may not be lost. Someday, long after your hand wounds have healed from using the damn thing, it could become a rare collector’s item. I mean vinyl records are making a comeback right? And so are nostalgic Nintendo consoles. Hey, you might just have a future priceless item in your possession. And even if not, it sure looks pretty sitting up there on the high shelf in the closet. -Ejay
  17. Valve/Steam, in their infinite wisdom doing their absolute best to provide the worst customer service and experiences, did it again with another one of their "what the hell were they thinking episodes" a few days ago. Apparently Valve had issues with a scammer site or two in the Steam community which had a domain ending in ".me" . Of course we all appreciate that they handled that in a prompt manner. Thanks Valve! However, in the spirit of Valve ever taking the "cheap and easy way out", to 'handle it', they all at once, blocked every domain in the Steam community that had a ".me" extension, including this site - www.ejay.me. Thanks Valve! Eventually realizing their brain-fart moment, Valve restored/unblocked the .me extension for the hundreds of legitimate sites (like this one), no doubt after many of us got in their face about it. Well even so, as a result of the above "just another day at Valve episode" , we decided to create a new domain for this site that better reflects the spirit of what Ejays Circle, "ejay.me" is really about. You see, this site is not all about me, Ejay ejjp, it is about all of YOU, a gathering place for all of my friends . Therefore, we have a new domain name for the site. Although you can still get here using the old URL, the official main domain name going forward is, EjaysCircle.com Thanks for your continued friendship and support. -Ejay
  18. https://www.humblebundle.com/store/guacamelee-super-turbo-championship-edition
  19. Stranger20

    Free Game - Age of Wonders III

    https://www.humblebundle.com/store/age-of-wonders-iii
  20. Ejay

    Attempting to play Tropico 6

    So with good marketing i suppose, and a super deal, I bought Tropico 6. I admit I have Tropico1-5 and never played them but this one proclaims to be much better that the previous episodes. Well, I did not have much time with it so far (maybe an hour) but looks promising. Now if I can only figure out how to build a bridge to connect two islands...….
  21. Ejay

    What is this word?

    Defginition of this word please...
  22. Dennis

    What EJay is playing now.

    Have fun. thanks for sharing
  23. Ejay

    What EJay is playing now.

    In my 'spare time' I am trying to get through Assassins Creed Odyssey. Also want to get going in Farcry New Dawn. But I recently stumbled on a interesting game called Cradle. It's a sort of sic-fi thing. But what I think is the best is the soundtrack. Check it out.
  24. Ejay

    Best Headset

    True what you said. We need to do another poll on budget headsets. I think the Actic Pro is way overpriced-headsets should just not cost that much. That said, I like the way it feels and it has a great mic (most times) and sound is real good. I love the 2 batteries so one is always on the charger. That is real handy.
  25. Adr0x

    Best Headset

    Most of the headphones you mentioned are above my budget, but if I had to choose, I would definitely choose the SteelSeries Arctic Pro wireless, because I've been in love with an older model from this headsets family for some time ?
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