Catch my latest stream playing Fallout 4 on Twitch! I played for three hours straight and had a blast… with my cam on! As usual, I’m working out audio kinks so the sounds is good at about 7 mins in… lol! Enjoy! Watch live video from AlanaEvans on www.twitch.tv
Our head gamer girl Alana Evans aka superpinkninja is always playing video games and live streaming on her Twitch.Tv page! Enjoy this latest stream as she plays Fallout 4 for PS4. Be sure to follow her stream!
The more I live stream video games, the more fun I have! This new video is the lead into my live streams! It’s comprised of my actual gaming clips, videos, and live streams! Be sure to add me on http:/www.twitch.tv/alanaevans
Some movies take you back to your childhood, and others make you feel like you’ve never left. For me, the STAR WARS series has always been a big part of my life, as a kid and as an adult. When Disney purchased the franchise and it’s studio, Lucas Arts, fans across the world rejoiced the return, but many have been concerned about it being DISNEYFIED. I think today’s trailer has cleared up most, if not all concerns about the The Force Awakens awesomeness, even if it has stirred up ignorant controversy.
Since when is Star Wars controversial? In recent months, idiotic parents were in an uproar of the Slave Leia dolls, while today’s trailer brought out the racists. How in a country where we are supposed to be a large melting pot of cultures, including Jedi’s and Sith’s, can the force cause drama? With the announcement of a handsome black young man, John Boyega, leading the cast, the racists have come out in protest saying Star Wars is promoting white genocide… what the hell? Some are even calling for the Boycott of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as if SW fans would even be a part of this disgusting display of hate.
Lucky for us, most Star Wars fans are quite loving and accepting of the numerous races of humans and aliens , that the stories feature. Star Wars fans are not racists. The franchise is not racist. The suggestion of either is absolutely hilarious. Fans proved they have no interest in this boycott, as tickets went on sale. Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are lighting up with photos of eager fan’s receipts of purchase! While I expect tickets will become harder to get, as apps and websites are struggling with the demand, I wonder how long before they’re offered up on Craigslist. lol
If you missed the awesome trailer that was aired tonight during Monday Night Football, give it a watch here. If you already saw it, watch it again! I don’t know about you, but I cried. Yes, I know, I’m a nerd.
Alana Evans, our very own SuperPinkNinja, will be testing out new indie games every week for Vidfall. Humpday will never be the same again. Every Wednesday, from 5pm PST/ 8pm EST, Alana will play a different game each week and Vidfall.com will hook you up with a great price for each game she plays!
Last week, for her introductory stream, Alana played Adventure in the Tower of Flight! This awesome side scroller was a ton of fun and quite tough! The beginning levels were easy enough, but the struggle was reall when it came to final level she played! The stream was quite popular, with Vidfall.com selling out of STEAM keys for the game!
This coming Wednesday, Alana will be playing LOOT HERO DX. While it’s another side scroller, the game play is very different, but the action is just as intense. Join us for the next live show and sign up with Vidfall.com to score the best tech deals!
Our very own Alana Evans aka Super Pink Ninja was featured in an article for Examiner.com The article, written by Keith Ashley, focuses on music in video games. The round table discussion features two other gamer as well, Lisa Foiles and Joey Image. The main image is Alana Evans and Penny Lane.
Death and deception lurks around every corner in this free-to-play, alternate version of RuneScape
Thursday 17th September 2015, Cambridge, UK – Jagex Games Studio, creators and custodians of the fantasy MMORPG, RuneScape, is proud to announce the PC launch ofDarkScape, a cutthroat and fresh twist on the deadly player versus player (PvP) sandbox experience set in a shadowy, alternate game universe. DarkScape is entirely free-to-play and includes areas of Gielinor usually reserved for members in the main RuneScape game. Featuring a surprising and treacherous world divided into low, mid and high-risk regions, each with their own economy, players will have to decide how deep they travel into zones of maximum threat, where valuable resources and high-level content can be claimed.
In a game where the line between friend and foe immeasurably blurs, players will have to watch their backs yet work together to protect trade routes, hold resource plots, and form into bandit groups. Even Gielinor’s cities, highly-protected citadels of commerce in DarkScape, aren’t safe from PvP skirmishes. However, the further away from these rare ‘safe areas’, the more likely players will have to fight for their loot – and their lives.
Open, free-to-play PvP gameplay across the game world
·Legacy RuneScape combat system only
·Most valuable resources found in high-risk zones
·Items not stowed in a bank vault are dropped upon death
·RuneScape members benefit from double bank space, as well as +50% XP and an extra item kept on death
“As big fans of sandbox survival games, DarkScape was born from an idea we first bandied around the studio a couple of years ago. Even while it’s been on the backburner since then, it’s stayed with us,” said Conor Crowley, senior producer, DarkScape. “Developing a new take on the world of RuneScape, one where PvP gameplay rules supreme, has proved very exciting. We spent time looking for a way to get DarkScape into the hands of players as soon as possible, so the game launching today is very much an experimental first step. That said, it will continue to evolve and further develop based on how players explore our fresh take on a deadly MMO experience!”
This year, Alana Evans attended C4 Ventura Comic Con and met with fans, signed autographs, and hosted a panel and PwnedByGirls.com Awesome gamer girls Annie Cruz and Ashlee Graham joined Alana for the panel and the show. Here are our photos from the event!
Annie Cruz, Alana Evans, demon, Rachael Wagner and Keaghlan Ashley from Face Off Season 7
Our very own gamer girl, Alana Evans, is a huge fighting game fan, so when the newest Mortal Kombat hit stands, it was a guaranteed purchase. Check out Alana’s video review of Mortal Kombat X. Be sure to give it a thumbs up and subscribe to her youtube channel!