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Return to Book. Rebecca Maughan Illustrator. As Daniel Hardcastle careers towards thirty, he looks back on what has really made him happy in life: the friends, the romances… the video games. Told through encounters with the most remarkable — and the most mind-boggling — games of the last thirty-odd years, Fuck Yeah, Video Games is also a love letter to the greatest hobby in the world.
From God of War to Tomb Raider, P As Daniel Hardcastle careers towards thirty, he looks back on what has really made him happy in life: the friends, the romances… the video games. Alongside this march of merriment are chapters dedicated to the hardware behind the games: a veritable history of Sony, Nintendo, Sega and Atari consoles. Joyous, absurd, personal and at times sweary, Daniel's memoir is a celebration of the sheer brilliance of video games.
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Other Editions 5. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please up. To ask other readers questions about Fuck Yeah, Video Gamesplease up. Be the first to ask a question about Fuck Yeah, Video Games. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list ». Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Dec 02, Omar Alhashimi rated it it was amazing. I've watched Dan's videos for 8 years. The first video I ever saw of his was "Let's play indie games - Overgrowth".
That video released on the 24th of December I was in the 11th grade at the time. Meaning I've been watching Dan as a highschooler, a university student, an engineer, and finally a married man.
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Strangely I have stuck by him, still to this day I watch all of his videos. Which doesn't really happen. If I try and remember the Youtubers I watched back inmost if not all of t I've watched Dan's videos for 8 years.
If I try and remember the Youtubers I watched back inmost if not all of them I have unsubscribed from. Not Dan though. But my fascination for Dan happened way later. Not in But in That was when I was in University. I studied abroad, and had a really tough time. As a shy person, it was hard for me to build relationships. I had a lot of trouble sleeping. But I found the solution, I used to watch a Nerdcubed video everyday before going to bed. All of those awful thoughts in my head would go away for that one moment, and I was able to sleep peacefully every night after laughing my ass off.
It's actually strange because I have such a polar opposite taste to Dan when it comes to video games. But it doesn't matter to me. Although I can't play something like Planet Coaster, watching someone like Dan spend 40 mins video game fuck the lighting together is so entertaining for some reason. Its because he loves games, and I love seeing people genuinely enjoy games. So why am I giving all of you this backstory? Well because this book gave me the exact same feeling I felt during those sleepless nights abroad watching his videos.
This is a book that brings you back to those special moments in videogames. The joy of discovering something new and fresh. Dan gives us a perfect balance of personal stories and how they can relate to video games.
But it works! And it makes sense. His humor is on point and reminds me of why I love watching his videos. Even though I dont have a connection to most of the games he talked about, the way he was writing about it made me feel like I've been playing this game forever. It is a wonderful book filled with passion and love for games.
I highly video game fuck this book. I wish Dan all the best and cant wait for his next endeavor As a huge fan of computer games - I still have my Atari, Commodore 64 and countless Nintendo consoles - I knew this was going to be my kind of book!
Video game fuck I wasn't wrong! Although the author mainly features games from the 90's, it's still written in a way that I connected with and has now left me itching to go and buy a new console or two and try out some more of the games he has recommended!
This is a love letter to computer games! The moments in our lives where we remember a certain game that coi As a huge fan of computer games - I still have my Atari, Commodore 64 and countless Nintendo consoles - I knew this was going to be my kind of book! The moments in our lives where we remember a certain game that coincided with a memory and how it made us feel.
The fact that you could be cool at school if you were good at playing certain games! The different lives you could pretend to have through playing these games and how you could see a whole new side to a person by the way they reacted during their time playing a game! It also highlights the changes that there's been over the years in playing games and what video games meant - it used to be for fun but now it all seems to be about how much money can be made. Something that I struggle to get my head around at times to be fair and I just wonder if that takes away that element of escapism that games used to offer me, as nowadays they have to be taken so seriously.
Illustrated brilliantly by his wife, this book was such a blast to read. So many funny footnotes alongside fascinating facts, I think it's a book that will appeal to so many different people. And not only does he focus on the great games, he mentions the stinkers too - the hits and the misses, the classics and the clunks!
How some games worked because of their simplicity and how others were just complete madness!
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It also looks at the main players behind the games - Sony, Sega, Atari, Nintendo along with many of the top games such as Sims, Mario, Sonic, Fortnite and Tomb Raider and the impact each of these games had at the time. It brought back so many fun memories for me and has made me learn video game fuck lot more about the video game industry and history too and I can't wait to start my homework now of playing some of the games he mentions in his top list!!
Fabulous fun! Feb 04, Gijs Van rated it it was amazing. A book about video games. What is it really? A love letter to everything gaming. In short: If you want to explain to someone why videogames can be amazing pieces of art, have them read a single chapter in this book. Daniel perfectly explains why games can be truly awesome original meaning of the word. Some context: My parents never really liked computers, so I was never really raised to do very much with them. In hindsight not such a great idea, although I now do own an absolute boatload of books and have probably forgotten more stories than I can remember.
I'm not even 30 yet. However, I've always had a keen interest for computergames. After all, how often is it that a completely new medium comes along? So when youtube really became a thing I dove in there and watched all sorts of gaming stuff. Enter Nerdcubed, aka Daniel Hardcastle. Open and honest to his fans, hilarious when he wants to be and informative in other moments.