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Posted on 19 Sep 2015 by RayG
DownToForit X Archives UPDATED LIST!
Okay, so I began to notice that our RSS feed is overwriting the oldest episodes with the newest ones - and since The DownToForit X Podcast is timeless and without age, I thought it prudent to have an archive of all the episodes up here for direct download. This post will be updated with each new episode we release. The newest episode will have !!NEW!! after it, so without further ado, DownToForit X by each category:

DownToForit X:
- Season 1 -
Episode 1: The Beginnings of the Greatest Podcast Ever!
Episode 2: Peter Molyneux's Insides
Episode 3: The Clovenstone Games Convention
Episode 4: The Fourth Edition
Episode 5: Street Fister!!!
Episode 6: The Late Edition
Episode 7: The Solar Flare Edition
Episode 8: The Moonless Edition
Episode 9: Episode IX

- Season 2 -
COMING SOON-ish (... Maybe...)

Computer Beeps:
Episode 1: Welcome to Computer Beeps!
Episode 2: Speak with a Pirate Day
Episode 4: The Keys to the PS3!
Episode 5: Death by Anonymity
Episode 6: The Festival of the Damned
Episode 7: A Million Million Spectrums
Episode 8: The Computer Beeps Adventures
Episode 9: PlayStation 3 Exclusives
Episode 10: The OTHER Friend >_>

QuickTime Events (QTEs):
Episode 1: PSNation in a Nutshell
Episode 2: MTV Cribs: Peter Molyneux
Episode 3: A Box vs an Ox
Episode 4: Trickman Terry's Secret Place
Episode 7: From the Future!
Episode 5: Under the Trauma Center Knife
Episode 6: Hello MGC! PS4 Exclusive Informations!
Episode 8: E3 2014!

Computer Beeps: The Japan Chronicles

Regular Episodes (chatty/conversation):
Episode 1: GWPTY 2010
Episode 2: The NEGACAST Episode -1
Episode 3: The NEGACAST Episode -2
Episode 4: The NEGACAST Episode -3
Episode 5: VG Game Awards 1/2
Episode 6: VG Game Awards 2/2
Episode 7: GWPTY 2013 1/4
Episode 8: GWPTY 2013 2/4
Episode 9: GWPLY 2013 3/4
Episode 10: GWPLY 2013 4/4
Episode 11: Ultra April
Episode 12: Manic May
Episode 13: Jumpin' June
Episode 14: Gelatinous July
Episode 15: Goldgust
Episode 16: Septacular September
Episode 17: ooooOOOOooooOctober (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)
Episode 18: NO! It's November!!!!
Episode 19: April's STOOL Day! lololol!
Episode 20: Multiple May Cry (Part 1) (Part 2)
Episode 21: 2 Soon 4 June
Episode 22: Geronimo! July
Episode 23: Ostensibly August
Episode 24: Septacular September 2: All Will Be Gold !!NEW!!

We hope you enjoy these episodes as much as we enjoyed making them!
Posted on 07 Aug 2015 by Prime
Regarding YouTube Content
Hi guys, I've not been on here doing articles much, I've been spending a lot of my time over at YouTube doing daily gaming videos, a series I've come to call "You've Got 5 Minutes" - believe me, the irony isn't lost on me, some of these episodes are upwards of 15-20 minutes long and beyond!

The reason I'm writing today though is that Youtube have recently been going mental with it's copyright notices and claims on some of my content. My Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen video for example has a copyright claim on it from 8 different sources, which are, as follows:

Sony ATV Publishing
UMPG Publishing

I don't know any of these names apart from Sony, and what are they claiming? That for some reason I've used Gangnam Style from 11:31 - 12:36 of the video.

Here's the offending content. See if you can spot Gangnam Style in there. I bet you can't.

Want to know why? Because the claim is fraudulent. Gangnam Style does not appear in my video audibly or in any other way. I disputed the claim, but it was denied. They're adamant that the song is in there when it isn't and if I appeal the claim they're going to put a copyright strike against my channel if it's denied again.

It's absolute horse hockey. So I'm looking to re-home my videos, at least the ones who are claimed to be infringing on someone's copyright. For starters, these videos are for entertainment and information, falling under fair use clauses. In the case of games that actually use copyright music in there, like my latest video SSX for example, I reluctantly accept that, but there's literally nothing I can do about it. It's not like I'm ripping a song and layering it over my video and pushing the music as the reason for watching.

These videos are essentially being held hostage behind a monetization wall of advertisements. I do not monetize any of my content, i believe it should be free from ads that disrupt your enjoyment, but the copyright claimants are demanding THEY get revenue from my recordings. Like I said, I accept some of the videos use copyright music, but I'm not recording these games because of that.

You've Got 5 Minutes is my series, I'm recording videos to show people games they may or may not know about, not to swindle big companies out of their already abundant finances. My channel's tiny, less than 50 subscribers with next to no viewers - this is simply a case of big companies taking advantage of insignificant youtube channels to bleed as much extra money as they can from their intellectual properties and it's pathetic.

Like I said, I'll be looking to re-home my videos. I don't know where, but if you have any suggestions you can tweet me over at @D2FXPrime on twitter, I'm always looking for something better than the extremely stringent YouTube. They're stifling and causing trouble where there shouldn't be any.

Thanks again, folks!

Posted on 10 Jul 2015 by Prime
Red Ash - The Indelible Legend
first of all go here and back this - like, NOW!

Next have you ever played Mega Man Legends? Remember when Capcom a few years ago said they were going to do a third game for the 3DS - then they binned it? Well Keiji Inafune and Comcept are going to do a spiritual successor to The Mega Man Legends series called Red Ash - The Indelible Legend! You backed Mighty No.9, now he's going to go the whole hog and make the game he's been wanting to make for years now. The Last Mega Man Legends game, (MML2) was released on the PS1 back in 2000, FIFTEEN years ago.

Why should you care? Well that's a question people who haven't played the games would ask. And the answer is simple. You don't get games like this anymore. Mega Man Legends is colourful, vibrant and made with a lot of love and care. It's a lovely open-world style action RPG.

In a world where the gaming market is saturated with nothing but shooters, wouldn't you like it if someone stood up, stepped away from the humdrum, bog standard, formulaic rut we as gamers and developers have got ourselves stuck in. Even just once, to make something special again? Something with feeling and vibrancy, energy and beauty?

I do.

Come on guys, just this once, do yourself... and all of gaming a favor.

Posted on 05 Jul 2015 by Prime
New Arkham Knight Story Content – Batgirl: A Matter of Family – Available Beginning 14th July
What follows is the main block of text relevant to the game's season pass


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today announced the first story driven add-on for Batman™: Arkham Knight – Batgirl: A Matter of Family. Set prior to the events of Batman™: Arkham Asylum, Batgirl: A Matter of Family will allow players to take on the role of Batgirl for the first time in the Batman: Arkham franchise. This exciting story add-on features an all-new location with multiple missions, side quests and secrets; a new hacking feature to progress through the world and solve puzzles; and Dual Play functionality with Robin for dynamic take-down manoeuvres. Batgirl: A Matter of Family will be available 14th July for fans who have purchased the Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass and are connected to the Internet, or it can be purchased separately on 21st July for £5.79 on the PlayStation® Network and Xbox LIVE online entertainment network from Microsoft.

The Batgirl: A Matter of Family add-on content was developed by WB Games Montréal and was created using the Batman: Arkham Knight engine built by Rocksteady Studios. The remaining Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass add-on content is under development by Rocksteady Studios.

The Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass includes an exclusive Flashpoint Batman Skin, which is available now, and delivers regular new content for six months featuring new story missions, more Super-Villains invading Gotham City, new legendary Batmobiles, advanced challenge maps, alternative character skins, and new drivable race tracks.


What do you guys think then? Personally I felt that the Harley Quinn DLC was very short - I'm hoping these extra season pass packs have a bit more substance to them.

Posted on 03 Jul 2015 by Prime

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