September 27, 2020

Why are gamers obsessed with Minecraft?

Since 2009, Minecraft has always been one of the most played games ever and the sensation doesn’t give any sign of cooling down. In 2019, the game’s developer, Mojang Studios, announced that it had earned over 480 million players, which scored Minecraft the 8th place in the list of most played games. Advertisement In 2020, Minecraft has claimed its throne as the most purchased game […]

September 27, 2020

Why Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is still epic despite its old graphic

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is the most iconic game ever created focusing on the criminal theme and not many can deny its reputation. The game is a dynamic combination of action and adventure. Alongside engaging and thrilling missions which player must complete to advance in the game, it is up to gamers’ decision to continue playing the game with the purpose of carrying out […]

September 27, 2020

Character´skins in Fortnite: Nightmare fuels or show stoppers?

Fortnite has been one of the biggest gaming phenomena since 2017 when it was released by Epic Games. And, the game has its handy tricks to make players want for more. Advertisement One of the biggest and most addictive traits of Fortnite is that the game offers thousands of skins for the characters to choose from. The skins show a great variety of styles and […]

July 29, 2020

Tracking the Gray Wolf in Yellowstone | Explorer

The wolf is theworld's largest dog– a top predator andan iconic animal that roamed freely across NorthAmerica for tens of thousands of years. But in the early 20thcentury, a ruthless war was waged against thesecunning carnivores in an effort to stop them preyingon livestock. This resulted in the gray wolfbeing almost completely wiped out in the continental US. But then, in 1995, a controversial wolf […]

July 29, 2020

Could The Yellowstone Volcano Eruption Destroy America?

The Yellowstone Volcano…a super volcanowith two magma chambers. The last time it erupted, the world was plungedinto volcanic winter than spanned decades. And guess what, honey is due an eruption…butwhat would this mean for America. Hello and welcome back to Life’s BiggestQuestions…the channel that, let’s face it, likes to answer basically whatever youwant to know…. we’re like a 5 minute long explanatory version of Ask […]

July 29, 2020

WolfQuest Returns to Yellowstone: Slough Creek

So we've come back to Slough Creek formore on the ground investigation and research for the new map– the newexpanded map – of the Slough Creek area for WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition. Behind me, you can see Little Butte which is where you spawn in the old game. . . and we're not going up there today. We went up there last time –spectacularviews of the […]

July 29, 2020

Yellowstone Season 1 Recap in 10 Minutes | Paramount Network

Since 1886, every Duttonwho died is buried 300 yards from my back porch. Last long enoughfor your children to cycle. And maybe, just maybethe land is still theirs when a tree sprouts from you. Hey cowboy, what're you doing here? Closure, I guess. You? Penance. Not sure you'll find that here. Look at that. Bet you haven't fished herein years. Only thing we haven't donein […]

July 29, 2020

Trout Country: Fly Fishing on a Changing Yellowstone

(gentle music) – When I started fly fishing Iwas seven years old probably, maybe six years old. I can remember catchingfish with a fly rod. But I really got into itwhen I was 10 years old. My dad bought me a Russ Peak rod. And I took that rod upto the Big Hole River and fished with my dadon a salmon fly hatch, and from […]

July 29, 2020

How Animals and Humans Clash and Coexist in Yellowstone | Nat Geo Live

– For 20 years mycamera's led me to some prettyextraordinary places. I could have never imaginedthat I would be standing on the streets of a placelike Pyongyang, North Korea and 20 years later I cameback to the United States with my cameras and it's beenevery bit as mind blowing. (applause) NatGeo spent a yearcovering Yellowstone. They had a single topicissue this summer. There were manydecorated […]